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Bowflex home gyms can help you to stay in shape at home

By Edited May 12, 2014 1 1

The Bowflex company has been making exercise equipment for a long time. For as long as I can remember there have been Bowflex commercials where a guy with a perfectly toned body is working out with some Bowflex equipment.

You know how it is, if it is not convenient to work out, you just are not going to stick with it for very long. Bowflex is designed to be easy to do and it is in the comfort of your own house. You do not have to don your workout clothes in front of all of the perfect body people at the local health club.

What impresses me about Bowflex equipment is the amount of thought that has been put into it. The second thing that is good about it is that most of their equipment can fit easily into a corner of your basement and wait for you to be motivated enough to use it. There have been long periods in my life when I have used my Bowflex three times a week for as long as six months at a time. When I am exercising regularly all kinds of things are easier, especially waking up in the morning and doing an excellent job at work.

Here is a short list of some of Bowflex's home exercise equipment along with some of its features:

  • Bowflex Revolution Home Gym: This is the top of the line home gym. The one drawback is that it is also takes up more space than most of the other home gyms. If that is not a problem for you, this is a great gym for you. The gym is 6 feet tall at its highest point, 3.2 feet wide, and 3.1 feet wide. This gym uses Spira Flex Resistance Technology. This resistance technology duplicates the benefits of free weights. Designed to be capable of over 100 exercises, with over 400 variation on those exercises, you are going to be able to exercise every muscle group in your body. The Revolution has a 10 year warranty.
  • Bowflex Ulitmate 2 Home Gym: This gym uses the Bowflex power rod technology. The one drawback of this one is that it is tall. This unit is 6 feet 8 inches tall. You need an area with a tall ceiling in order to accommodate. It is 7 and a half feet long and almost 4 feet wide. The power rods on this unit will give you up to 310 pounds of resistance and is upgradable to 410 pounds. This unit offers 95 exercises and has a 12 year limited warranty.
  • Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym: This is a scaled down version of the Ultimate 2 that also uses the power rods. The unit is 6 foot 9 inches tall, 4 foot 8 inches long, and a little over 4 feet wide. The unit is designed to provide the user with 65 exercises and has a 7 year limited warranty.
  • Bowflex Xtreme SE Home Gym: This unit is a scaled down version of the Xtreme 2 and also uses power rods. This home workout gym was designed with the person who only has a limited amount of space in mind. This unit is 6 feet nine inches tall, 4 feet 8 inches long, and 4 feet 8 inches wide. The power rods on this unit are capable of providing a maximum resistance of 210 pounds and it is ungradable to 410 pounds. This work out gym also is capable of providing users with 65 exercises. the Bowflex Xtreme SE comes with a 7 year limited warranty.

Any one of these home work out gyms can put you on your way to better fitness as long as you stick with your regular work out regime. These top of the line work out gyms can benefit anyone who is willing to use them. So now there is nothing left to do except order one today!



Jan 6, 2011 9:32am
My brother has the Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home Gym and it is well worth the money. You can get into shape with it super fast. Great article.
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