Gazelle Elite Review

Editor's Review: 4.2 / 5.0

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Tony Little’s Gazelle Elite is a top of the line exercise machine that promises to help the user see a difference in just two weeks. In just ten to fifteen minutes a day for 3 days a week, the buyer is promised a large decrease in not only weight, but also waist size. This machine is compact and light weight, and it also offers a fairly intense workout with little impact on joints. It is also fairly inexpensive, but many buyers say that you get what you pay for, and do not recommend this machine.

Many disabled people and people that cannot handle a stressful workout are able to do better on this machine. Also, it is compact and can be stored in tight places that an elliptical cannot. This machine also has a built in heart rate monitor to help you keep your heart rate in the right range. It can support up to 350 pounds, and only costs $414.95 which is much better than most elliptical machines.

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This product has many different features. It aims to give a cardio workout similar to an elliptical, and is compact and easy to store. It is relatively inexpensive, and it minimizes stress on the user’s knees and other joints. Also, it targets specific muscle groups such as the hips, buttocks, and thighs. However, many users who were already in good shape said that they received minimal results and that the Gazelle Elite was not strenuous enough for a cardio exercise. Finally, many users have reported sores on their feet and muscle problems after using this product for longer periods of time.

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  • This product comes with a thirty day in home trial.
  • Many people that cannot use other exercise machines greatly benefit from the Gazelle Elite.
  • This product is also much cheaper than elliptical machines that give similar results.


  • Users who are already in good physical shape may have a hard time getting a good workout on this product.
  • The Gazelle Elite can cause sores on the bottom of your feet, or problems with the muscles in your legs if you use it too much.
  • This machine is very repetitive, and can often get old quickly.
  • Some of the maneuvers on this machine can be difficult to learn.


Although many unfit users have greatly benefited from the Gazelle Elite, the users who were already in good physical shape have a hard time getting a quality workout from this machine. It is inexpensive compared to machines with similar results, and has a good in home trial, but it can cause muscle problems or even sores on the lower legs. If you want to lose weight, and do not know if this machine is good for you, look at some of the reviews available online, and see what others have to say.

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