Gazelle Edge

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imageOne piece of exercise equipment that provides a cardio AND strengthening workout? Looking at the simplicity of the design of the Gazelle Edge, it’s pretty amazing that it offers options for not only a cardiovascular workout, but also strengthening for tons of muscle groups. The fact that it accomplishes this with very little impact on the joints makes this even more appealing.

Computer Features

The computer on the Gazelle Edge is like having a personal trainer – think Tony Little – motivating you by keeping you informed of every part of your progress. You’ll be notified of:

  • your speed
  • distance
  • time
  • heart rate
  • approximate numbers of calories burned

By continually monitoring progress, you know you are making a difference in your fitness… and that is extremely motivating.

High Quality Construction

The Gazelle Edge is made from 1.5 inch gauge steel. It can support up to 250 pounds. The foot platforms are wide and coated with nonskid material for safety and stability. The patented suspension system provides users with a superior range of motion. One of the most convenient features of the construction is the ability to easily fold it for storage. There’s no need for a large space dedicated to the exercise machine.

Multiple Workouts/One Machine

Using the Gazelle Edge doesn’t limit you to just one walking workout. The versatility of the design enables you, with very easy adjustments to posture and movement, to do a wide variety of workouts.

  • simple walking workout
  • small walk
  • wide walk
  • lean back to work inner thighs
  • bent legs for increased thigh and buttocks workout
  • on toes for calf and shoulder focusimage
  • incorporate lunges for full leg workouts
  • add arms to strengthen biceps and triceps
  • lean forward or back to work different arm/leg/chest/back muscle groups
  • sprint to raise heart rate
  • increase range of motion to enhance workout
  • stretching
  • sideways stance for inner and outer thigh
  • simple bidirectional resistance options for muscle toning workouts

Muscles Worked on the Gazelle Edge

Because the unit is so versatile and offers such a wide assortment of exercises, virtually every muscle group can be exercised while using the Gazelle Edge. These are the muscles commonly used during the workouts:

  • hips
  • thighs (front and back)
  • calves
  • shins
  • shoulders
  • biceps (front of upper arm)
  • triceps (back of upper arm)
  • chest
  • back
  • abdominals

Still Not Convinced?

imageEven a deeply discounted gym membership can cost more per month than the entire price of Gazelle Edge. In this economy, we all need to save where we can. Gym memberships are the most expensive investment in fitness, so what about other at-home options? Well, to target all of the muscle groups that the Gazelle Edge works, you would need a good set of free weights, some resistance bands, or maybe one of those machines that is supposed to work each part of the body. Of course, you’d then need another machine for cardio. And if you truly wanted the benefits of the Gazelle, you might need more than one machine because the exercises on the Gazelle Edge can be modified in so many ways. At this point, you’ve emptied your wallet, mortgaged your home, and can’t move around because your house is full of fitness equipment. Raise your hand if that sounds good. I didn’t think so.

About that Houseful…

Most of us don’t have room for a treadmill, stair climber, free weights, weight machines, and all of the equipment we mentioned above. The Gazelle Edge is a streamlined piece of equipment when it’s up. It doesn’t really take up much space. But… even better… it folds easily and can be stored in a closet!

Battle Boredom

There are a lot of reasons that people give up exercising:

  • Boredom
  • Time restraints
  • Access to a gym
  • No workout plan
  • No fun
  • Too hard

With the Gazelle Edge, you might just be able to avoid some of these pitfalls. Fight boredom by setting up your machine in front of the TV. Watching a movie or listening to an audiobook will distract you from watching the clock and feeling “put out” by exercise. If time is an issue, just consider how much time you are saving by working out at home instead of driving to a gym. You don’t have to deal with class times or other gym restraints. We’ve talked about the gym. While it would be great to have a conveniently located, cheap, fully equipped gym at our disposal, most of us don’t. The Gazelle Edge offers a huge variety of workout plans. No need to work things out ahead – you can switch from movement to movement smoothly without pausing. Fun? With this one piece of equipment, you can glide to music and really enjoy yourself. And if you aren’t having fun… just wait until you see how good you look after using it! Nobody likes workouts that feel too hard. That’s why the Gazelle Edge is perfect for all levels of fitness. You can customize your workout so it is right for you.

What Are People Saying About Gazelle Edge?

Over 300 people have reviewed the Gazelle Edge and have given it an average 4 out of 5 star rating. Here are some comments from customers:

“After purchasing, I feel like I've hit the jackpot.”

“I absolutely love this glider! And for the price you can’t beat it. “

“Great device to exercise and get in shape at home.”

“Great value! This machine is so reasonably priced you can't go wrong! “


The most prevalent issue in negative reviews was that the Gazelle Edge does not perform as an elliptical machine. This is true. It is NOT an elliptical machine. The motion is more of a swinging, skiing motion than elliptical. This makes it even easier on joints and lower impact.


The Gazelle Edge is currently available at at a discounted price. It also qualifies for free super saver shipping.


Bottom Line

If you are looking for an all-in-one, affordable piece of exercise equipment for both cardio and muscle toning that is easy use and store, consider the Gazelle Edge.

About Andy

Andy writes for a number of health related sites but has always been fascinated by alternative medicine and home remedies. His deep interests in nature and the body's innate ability to heal itself (given the right condition) have lead him to a pivotal time in his life - and so, Holistic Home Fitness was born. While it's relatively new at the moment, Andy wants to build this site into a huge reference site for a more holistic approach to health and fitness.