Tony Little Sprintmaster Review
What You Should Know
Tony Little is one of the most hyper men on the planet. Some dieters have grown to love his style and others simply cannot stand his attitude, but no matter your personal feelings on Tony Little, he continues to come back over and over again with new products to make working out easier and more effective. The Tony Little Sprintmaster is a Gazelle model. The Gazelle was the fitness machine that made Tony Little a household name. There are various models of Gazelle available, with the Sprintmaster being one of the newest models. Some websites offer the machine as a standalone product, while others offer the machine with workout DVDs.
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Cardio machine created by Tony Little.
The Tony Little Sprintmaster is a cardio machine similar to an elliptical. The user stands on the machine and moves the legs back and forth in a walking motion. The maximum weight is 300 pounds, more than many machines, but not enough for some dieters.
There are a series of Tony Little Sprintmaster DVDs sold with the machine. These include workouts ranging from 60 minutes to 100 minutes. The 60-minute workout is considered a quick workout on the Tony Little Sprintmaster. Working out for 60 minutes may be difficult for a beginner, so it is best to take the workout DVDs in short bursts until you get used to the machine and exercise, in general.
We are thrilled to see that an eating plan is included with the Sprintmaster. Eating and exercise go hand-in-hand when it comes to losing weight. While there is no mention of supplements, there is no reason (as long as the dieter is in good health) that a fat burner or weight loss supplement cannot be used with this product.
- The Tony Little Sprintmaster is available online.
- There are 5 workout DVDs created for use with the machine.
- The Sprintmaster holds 300 pounds.
- Can be used with or without a workout DVD.
- Sells for more than $300.
- 300 pounds may not be enough for some dieters.
- No mention of supplements to improve weight loss.
- Only available online, which could mean high shipping.
- Requires assembly that takes more than one hour to complete.
Despite the long assembly time and long workouts, we like the Tony Little Sprintmaster. This machine is clearly not for the absolute beginner, but it could prove useful for someone who works out on a regular basis. The workout DVDs are too long for the beginner, but the machine can be used without the DVDs. If possible, we suggest the dieter use a Gazelle-style machine before purchasing the Tony Little Sprintmaster.