Gazelle Supreme Glider Step Machine Review

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The Tony Little Gazelle Supreme is the more advanced, upgraded version of the classic and iconic Gazelle glider. This one comes with a basic but useful on/off resistance setting, to give the usual low-impact workout of the Gazelle an extra boost. Other than that, the Gazelle Supreme is lot like the original, featuring the same design and add-ons.

Our Rating: 8/10

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Overview & Ratings

You may have already heard of Tony Little and his Gazelle. He and his unique exercise machine have been prominent figures in the fitness industry for over a decade. The Gazelle is an affordable and interesting piece of equipment that gives you a proper workout without too much strain on your body. The classic Gazelle doesn’t come with any resistance settings, but the Gazelle Supreme does. With the Supreme, you can flick an on/off switch to add tension to your workout. Aside from this addition, the Gazelle Supreme has the look and feel of the highly popular original Gazelle. It’s equipped with features that have been part of the Gazelle for years, like a data tracking computer and soft glide tech, and comes delivered with bonuses, such as a 22 oz. water bottle, a nutrition guide, and Tony Little’s signature workout DVDs.

Based on our extensive analysis, we’re giving the Gazelle Supreme a rating of 8 out of 10.

If you want to see the Gazelle Supreme in action, check out these two short videos: Gazelle Supreme video 1 and Gazelle Supreme video 2.

Features and Specs



  • Dimensions: 3’7” L x 2’6” W x 4’6”
  • Weight : 57.5 lbs


The Gazelle Supreme is a fun, easy-to-use machine that gets its name by mimicking the long-stride running style of the gazelle antelope. The Supreme, in particular, is a slightly more advanced version of the original Gazelle. It comes with a lot of the same features, but allows you to choose between a completely low-impact workout and a more challenging one.

  • On/Off Hydraulic Resistance

    The Gazelle Supreme uses power pistons to add tension to its otherwise low-impact workout. The resistance only comes in one setting – it can be turned on or off – but any resistance at all is still helpful if you’re looking to do a higher stakes workout every once in a while.

  • Soft Glide Technology

    The Gazelle Supreme exercise machine, like every other Gazelle machine, uses soft glide technology for smooth, flexible strides that are easy on the joints.

  • Low-Impact Workout

    Exercising on the Gazelle Supreme is so low-impact that you can exercise for hours without realizing you’ve been getting a beneficial workout. The workout does make you break a sweat and gets your heart beating, but never in a way that causes you pain.

  • Full-Body Workout

    You may only be able to do some variation of a striding motion on the Gazelle Supreme, but you’re still doing a full-body workout. You work your body in 10 different ways with one routine.

  • Pulse Grip and Workout Computer

    The Gazelle Supreme comes with sensors on the handlebars that track your pulse. The information from the sensors is then sent to the workout computer, where you can track your pulse as well as your calories burned, distance, time, and speed.

  • Tony Little’s Workout DVDs

    Get a load of Tony Little’s vibrant and uplifting personality by watching his three bonus workout DVDs, which come shipped with the Gazelle Supreme: (1) Total Body Workout; (2) Quick Shape Workout; (3) Ultimate Body & Mind Workout.

  • Nutrition Guide

    Diet is an important part of fitness, health, and lifestyle improvement. The Gazelle Supreme package includes a nutrition guide full of helpful diet tips.

  • Water Bottle Holder, plus 22 oz. Bottle

    You can conveniently keep your workout drink nearby in the bottle holder on the Gazelle Supreme. If you don’t even have a water bottle, you’ll be happy to know your machine comes with a 22 oz. one.

  • Folds for Storage

    The Gazelle Supreme can be folded in half and flattened for easy storage under furniture or against walls. Transportation wheels can help you move the machine forward, once it’s folded.

  • Warranty

    This product comes with a one-year warranty. Longer warranties, such as four- or five-year warranties, may be available at an additional cost of $90 to $100.

  • Shipping and Assembly

    The Gazelle Supreme Glider can only be shipped within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. Shipping weight is 68 lbs. Gazelle Supreme assembly is relatively easy. The machine comes with the necessary tools and a Gazelle Supreme manual. 3 AAA batteries are required and included.


The Gazelle Supreme may offer “10 workouts in one,” but the range of motions you can perform on the machine is still restricted to forward-backward striding, similar to cross country skiing. That being said, you can change your workout position on the Gazelle. Instead of just exercising facing forward, hands gripping the handlebars, you can also workout sideways or facing the rear of the machine. The X-shaped structure of the Gazelle Supreme lets you hold onto the equipment from four different spots besides the handlebars.

Our Likes

Many Gazelle Supreme machine reviews, as well as reviews on other related Gazelle machines over the years, are positive ones. There are plenty of reasons why. The Gazelle may be a simple machine that’s perhaps too easy for some people, but it’s also for these reasons that Gazelles suit plenty of people. It’s the perfect home gym machine for people who want to take it easy on their bodies while still getting a pretty effective workout.

Our Dislikes

The Gazelle Supreme is a relatively good piece of exercise equipment, sold at a reasonable and affordable price. But it’s not perfect either. In a variety of other Gazelle Supreme Glider reviews, people note that the Gazelle is awkward to move, despite being foldable and coming with portability wheels. It can be moved, but it might take more than the typical amount of effort.

  • It’s also not the most durable machine available. It has a tendency to start squeaking if it’s overused and not maintained regularly. The squeaking shouldn’t be too much of a distraction, as long as you keep your TV or workout playlist loud, but it is something to keep in mind.

  • Finally, the resistance system is fairly basic. This isn’t too much of a problem if you prefer low-impact workouts that go easy on your body while still being effective, but perhaps potentially frustrating if you live by the mantra of “no pain, no gain.”

Our Verdict

The Gazelle Supreme Glider is an affordable, comfortable-to-use, and surprisingly fun exercise machine that’s perfect for people with busy schedules, who want effective yet painless workouts. The Supreme comes with a variety of extras and, despite its simplicity, is still advanced enough to be hooked up to a computer system. The Gazelle Supreme may not be perfect – it may be hard to move, not particularly durable, and have only a bare minimum tension system – but it’s good nevertheless. There’s a reason it has the legacy it’s had for so long now. It features a unique design and properties, it suits almost any lifestyle, it’s inexpensive, and it targets several different areas of the body but without any of the soreness that usually accompanies full-body workouts. Also check out Best Elliptical Machine Reviews 2018.

With all that in mind, we’re still giving the Gazelle Supreme a rating of 8 out of 10. If you can overlook its small handful of minor flaws, you will more than likely be satisfied with your purchase. The Gazelle is truly not a bad piece of at-home exercise equipment. It’s characteristically suited for at-home use, due to its practicality and low price point. The Gazelle has given thousands of people the means to get healthy and fit at home, without spending hundreds on annual gym memberships.

Price & Shop

$279.99 USD
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*The Gazelle Supreme machine can be bought at a price of $279.99 with free shipping. This is a relatively good price considering how many Gazelle Supreme reviews are positive. This machine is your best choice if you’re looking for a pleasant workout and you’re on a budget. You can buy this product here: Gazelle Supreme step machines.

Question & Answers

  • Q. The Gazelle Supreme is 44 inches long, but how much space does it need when you take the strides into consideration?

    A. The overall space used is 7’5”, or approximately 21” behind the machine and 26” in front.

  • Q. What kind of grease is best to use on this machine for maintenance?

    A. Lithium white grease that comes in a spray can. Use an extension spray tube to get into the tight spots.

  • Q. Lithium white grease that comes in a spray can. Use an extension spray tube to get into the tight spots.

    A. The Gazelle Supreme can hold up to 300 lbs.

User Reviews Write a Review

This machine is perfect!

My favourite thing about the Gazelle Supreme is that it’s pretty quiet, in comparison to a treadmill or even some bikes. My trick is to pick a television series and only watch an episode during a workout - slacker’s motivation. This machine is perfect for that… Some days I could be gliding for 90 minutes while watching a movie. Without resistance, you don’t realize you’re working that hard until you step off and get that ‘jelly legs’ feeling.
- Pete B.

I love it!

As for the upgrade in the machine, the hydraulics make a MASSIVE difference in how the workout feels, and I love that I can lock them to the side and then add them on if needed/wanted. I couldn't be happier with the product.
- Keri

I prefer this!

I either watch TV or listen to podcasts while I’m working out on my Gazelle Supreme and I never get bored. I prefer this to my exercise bike, which I find incredibly boring. I use my Fitbit to get a more reliable calories burnt record. I've never exercised more consistently in my life until now. I love it.
- Sarah

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Last updated on December 17th, 2018

Luke Miles

Luke Miles is a freelance writer. When he isn’t writing articles and tweaking weird sci-fi novels, he can often be found practicing mindfulness through meditation and doing cardio workouts, with the occasional try at weight training or martial arts. He hopes to take up fencing one day. Luke is currently completing a BA in Writing and a minor in Linguistics. He lives in Toronto, Canada.