The Gazelle Glider is an exercise machine that helps to, according to the product’s website, provide a superior cardio workout that burns fat and calories. The number of calories depends on the level of activity and a person’s weight.
Fatburn.com offers a free activity burn tool. A person can type in his weight and scroll down to the section for the Gazelle. It breaks down activities into light, moderate, very vigorous and vigorous categories. For example, a person who weighs 112 pounds and does light activity on the Gazelle can burn 214 calories in a 40-minute session of use. That same person can burn 499 calories at 40 minutes with very vigorous activities. A person who weighs 180 pounds would burn 802 calories in 40 minutes on the Gazelle at a very vigorous activity level.Learn More
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