What I LOVE About My Gazelle Edge


L.M. says: Tell us more about what you think of the Gazelle. My dad uses one and loves it. I have a version of the Gazelle that is very similar that I purchased a few years before the Gazelle became popular.

I do love my Gazelle Edge. :D

First, it’s great for a low impact workout. I’ve had lower back trouble off and on which is why I chose the Gazelle when I decided to get a piece of home workout equipment.

Second, it’s super cheap. The Gazelle Edge is only $99 at Amazon, with free shipping! ;-)

But what I like most about it is how versatile it is.

Here is a video I found online so you can see it in action. She shares details about most of the features too:

What she doesn’t show or mention is the versatility in exercises you can do. I like to lean back to work my abs. Lean forward to work my arms and shoulders. And you can stand sideways on it, with one foot on each footrest, and work your inner thighs (be prepared for a serious burn! lol).

I keep mine set up in my home office, but it really is easy to fold up and move. Sometimes I take it into the living room and do my workout while I watch TV, or I’ll slide it under the bed if I need to get it out of the way.

For under $100, you really can’t beat the Gazelle Edge! ;-)

I’m off to take mine for a whirl before I head out to lunch with friends. I’ve been on a great roll with my workouts this week!

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8 Responses to What I LOVE About My Gazelle Edge

  1. L.M. says:

    Great price on this machine. Back when my dad bought his, it was expensive.

  2. L.M. says:

    Yeah, my chiropractor prefers me to use this kind of machine than to do my regular walking routine. Way less impact on the vertebrae and joints.

    My machine is an old discontinued Brenda Dygraf walker and I purchased it just as the Gazelle was taking off. The Gazelle is way more versatile than my machine, even though it is similar. But, since I had paid an arm and a leg, I could not run out and buy the Gazelle.

    Now, at least it is affordable….

    • Lynn Terry says:

      That’s the reason I went with this machine too – much easier on my lower back, which tends to flare up on me (due to an accident many years ago). When I’m feeling good I like brisk walks and aerobics, but I still try not to overdo it on the impact stuff.

      Like I said above, I love the versatility of the Gazelle Edge, and the fact that you can target certain areas for toning. I would get bored with it if it was JUST cross country/walking – being able to mix it up some makes it fun!

  3. Tina says:

    I have a Gazelle Sprintmaster that I got through HSN or QVC yrs ago. I also got it because I have low back pain issues and I get heel spurs flare ups. I use it when I don’t have time to go the the YMCA in my neighborhood. Your blog is helping me a lot with what to order when I go out. I also live in Atlanta. Maybe next time you have an event here, we can meet up.

    • Lynn Terry says:

      That would be great, Tina – we’ll have to get together for a low carb lunch or something. ;-) Glad you’re finding it helpful! I like variety, so I’m always coming up with something interesting to eat out -lol.

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