Gazelles are great. They are quiet. They don’t have to be plugged in. They are cheap. They aren’t likely to break. They fit into a small space. They exercise all of your body without impact. You can focus on upper or lower body or do both at the same time. If you buy a Gazelle you might want to check out another of my videos on how to carry the Gazelle. It’s easy . . . if you grab it in the right place. Otherwise, it will beat you up! I had my shines barked a hundred times before I stopped to ask “how should this thing be carried?” I don’t like the display on a Gazelle and it’s not necessary to me. Expect to pay $12.99 at a thrift store and $40 on Craigslist, though you may do better. Be sure it doesn’t squeak before you buy! If you want to know if you’re getting a good aerobic workout, you should be sweating after twenty minutes. If not, pick up the pace! By the way, I sold one of these on CL Jan 1 for $40. I have one in better shape listed now for $45.