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BENTOGYRL Posts: 134
7/10/13 3:29 A

Ah! I had no idea what you were talking about until I googled it. They have them in every park in Korea, they are so much fun!

It takes you a while to get into the groove of using one, but its really easy to up the intensity, you just have to take longer strides.

I find them to be quite fun. I don't know if its quiet or not, the only one's I've used have been out of doors, but they are really smooth and easy. So go for it!

SAHMWICH Posts: 2,153
7/9/13 9:10 P

Has anyone out there over 200 lbs used the gazelle regularly? I'm looking I to buying something new because my elliptical is on the outs and I'm interested in the gazelle because it's lightweight and apparently quiet. I read good reviews on amazon but no one really described themselves and I'm sure aperson iover 200 lbs and a person under that would give two very different reviews. The max weight limit is 250 and I'm at 251 currently, and I'm afraid I would wear it out or create issues with it at this weight. I need a decent price of equipment that isn't going to go to crap in 6 months. I'm trying not to spend more than $300. Any recommendations or experience are welcome!

~Danielle~

2 Timothy 1:7
For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline.
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