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Amazon Price: $799.00 $799.00 (as of May 21, 2018 2:25 pm –
340000 Features: -Number of Exercises: 60. -Power Rod Technology Resistance: 210 pounds (upgradable to 310 or 410 pounds). -Lat tower with angled lat bar helps build back and shoulder muscles quickly. -Lower pulley/squat station enables you to do squats and build your glutes, hamstrings, and quads. -Leg Extension/leg curl attachment helps develop strong, muscular legs. -Sliding seat rail allows you to perform aerobic rowing and leg presses. Product Type: -Total body gym. Frame Color: -Grey. Upholstery Color: -Black. Frame Material: -Steel. Total Weight Capacity: -300 Pounds. Dimensions: -Folded Footprint: 38'' W x 52'' D. Overall Height – Top to Bottom: -83". Overall Width – Side to Side: -38". Overall Depth – Front to Back: -90". Overall Product Weight: -195 lbs.
- Product Dimensions: 130 x 42 x 35 inches ; 98 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 214 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B000GRDS6U
- Item model number: 340000
What a difference 20 years can make!
16 people found this helpful.
First off let me say that I, Alicia’s husband, is writing this review. I have been an avid workout dude for 36 years. Started with free weights and continued to progress into a massive individual at 6′ 2″ 250lbs. When I turned 35 I decided to go a different route and bought a Bowflex Power Pro XTLU model. I had all the rods and accessories, even the squat station. The machine build was just o.k. The workouts were great, and I got stronger and cut, but for some reason I wanted to get bigger again. I dumped the bowflex and went back to dumbells etc., got ripped and then started to realize I had to spend a lot of time maintaining the mass. One day when working out I almost tore my rotator cuff, Realizing at 52, married for 20 years, and not have anything to prove to anyone, I sold that equipment and bought the Bowflex Blaze. Wow, what 20 years can do to perfect a product. This thing is a tank. High quality and way more bang for your buck than the extreme se 2. Blows away my Power Pro XTLU by a long shot. Bowflex advertises 60 + exercises when really there is over 80. They advertise the extreme se 2 as 70 + to get you to pay 500 more and truly not get the same variety of exercises. It is a marketing ploy. In addition, the no pulley weight change system on the extreme se 2 is ok, but having to hook a couple cables up is no big deal to me, and now that they are integrated in the Blaze it is much easier. The Power Pro XTLU was exhausting. The Blaze is the better deal. I almost bought the extreme se 2 and I am glad I did not ( of course the wife helped with that decision…haha) Look, if you want to stay in shape, build some muscle and tone the body this gym can do it. I know some might say I sold out, but at the end of the day it’s not how much you can lift but how ya look! You will not be disappointed. Delivery was excellent and I paid Amazon to build it. Would do it all over again.
38 people found this helpful.
My first gym and I have started loving it. I did my set up all alone so it was a bit brutal, but if you have 2 folks then it should be easy…instructions are adequate. Shipping was on time and I did not notice any damage at all. I would surely recommend this machine to anyone who cannot goto gym regularly and are not that hard core weight lifters. As pointed by other reviewers, take care of your machine. Build quality is quiet good and I feel confident working out on it. I have also uploaded a picture of bowflex standing next to schwin elliptical and my water heater in my garage :-)…at least you can visualize the space it takes..
Great Home Gym for the Money
8 people found this helpful.
I’ll start off saying I love this gym. I’m 30 years old, work from home, watch my kid and have a bit of a busy schedule. Convenience of having this at home and not having to drive to the gym is why I made this purchase. I am very impressed with the resistance this comes with stock and is expandable for 2 more power rods.
This is an EXCELLENT product.
22 people found this helpful.
This is an EXCELLENT product…
Minor complaints, otherwise good product.
6 people found this helpful.
I’ve had my Blaze Home Gym for a few weeks now, and here are my thoughts.
For regular folks who just want to do strength training for fitness this machine is excellent.
5 people found this helpful.
The Blaze works very well. Yes you have to make changes to the power rods for different resistance for different exercises which take longer than traditional gym stack machines, but it is no big deal. I just structure my workout around each pulley and do all the planned exercises with each one then move on to the next one. There is a lot more down time in the gym just waiting for a machine. Plus all the sweat I encounter is my own (or my from my wife).
Good product, easy to use
3 people found this helpful.
Packaged well enough considering the weight of this. You’ll need help getting it in the house or wherever you want it or take the larger pcs out of the box to move. Assembly is easy to follow but take your time. Toss the tools that comes with it and use your own ratchets and wrenches and you’ll go much faster. With two people we assembled in less than 2 hrs. There are hundreds of pcs. Easy to learn and to use. Ass the extra rod 410 upgrade. Legg press is ok, not great. Same with the sliding bench/rowing set up. it functions but not as good as devices intended for that. Overall it is easy to use, set up, and move from one exercise to the next. Resistance in both directions is definitely a better more intense workout. Overall very pleased with this gym.
One month into the workout and we love it more with each day
3 people found this helpful.
One month into the workout and we love it more with each day. Next is BowFlex M5. The resistance training is much easier on the joints and my body is taking a very nice shape without bulky muscles. I have dropped 18lbs with healty eating habbits and every day 30 minutes workout in just 5 weeks. Setup was pretty easy in just few hours i did it myself. Thus far i could not be happier. Quality is superb.
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This machine is built very well and should last a long time. My old bowflex power pro is still going strong but since I got it 19 years ago I figured it was time for an upgrade. Many nice improvements and really like the fact that the leg extension/curl and lat pull down are built in. It folds up nicely and looks great. Still get the same great workout. If you don’t like going to the gym , waiting in line and listening to music being played on the intercom that you don’t like….then I think you will really like this bowflex. It takes about one minute to set it up from the folded position to your first exersise I do a 30 minute work out 3 times a week and have no excuse for not doing it,because it’s ready to go when I am 24/7. Best part…no gym fees and pays for itself in a couple of years.