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Posts: 160 7/27/10 8:09 P
I have a Gazelle! I use it off and on. I perfer waking, but in bad weather I tend to do it, however I have a hard time staying on it more then 45 mins.....my feet start to go numb after that. Ever happen to you?
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Posts: 1,941 7/20/10 8:12 A
Good morning, Yes, the Gazelle is low impact and is a great alternative to walking out doors when the weather is too hot or cold. Best of luck with it.
Fitness Minutes: (27,666) Posts: 11,598 7/20/10 12:04 A
I heard of Health Walker, but don't know anything about them. Are they also low impact? My tendonitis is a real roadblock!
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Fitness Minutes: (70,476) Posts: 10,326 7/12/10 12:04 A
Hi....I don't have one, but they are suppose to be easier on your knees and joints.
I am sure others here on SP use it too.
I have a treadmill at home and also like to work out with some of the dvd's I have.
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Posts: 201 7/11/10 10:01 P
Hi, I have never heard of it but anything that can get you to walk is great. It is also way too hot up here in Canada. Good luck Maureen
Edited by: RTMMPM at: 7/11/2010 (22:02)
Posts: 1,941 7/11/10 6:14 P
Does anyone on this team use the Gazelle-used to be called a Health Walker. I have to use it when it is too hot outside as I live in South FL and the cardiologist told me not to walk outside when the temp gets too high.
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