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2/26/10 1:38 A

I think that's good for some days, but make sure you're getting your heart rate up and vary activities, too.

DWSQUIRT13 Posts: 27
2/25/10 4:55 P

okay thanks guys!! I usually burn about 160 calories in 20-25 minutes.......



AHISRAD91 Posts: 26
2/25/10 4:32 P

i read some reviews on it and i think as far as burning fat, it should be a good machine. it is also supposed to be low impact on joints which is great! i would try to incorporate some other kinds of exercise though because it is too low impact to build muscle or tone.

Edited by: AHISRAD91 at: 2/25/2010 (16:32)
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2/25/10 10:57 A

I don't really know, since I don't know the calories burned on the machine, but I think they're fun. *shrug*.

DWSQUIRT13 Posts: 27
2/24/10 4:52 P

I use a gazelle at home in the winter. It is like one of those things that just glides. I feel like i am getting pretty good exercise on it but I was just wondering if anyone had like suggestions on maybe how to get the most out of your exercise routine. Thanks

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