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Amazon Price: $717.70 $717.70 (as of February 25, 2018 3:47 am –
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
It is working out great. First
8 people found this helpful.
I was skeptical about buying this. I am very active. But going to the gym became a burden due to work and I was not working out as much anymore. So I decided to buy this. It is working out great. First, if you are looking for something that replicates free weights… this is not for you. I knew that going in. But I have to say I am getting in a great workout. My muscles are feeling sore and I can feel the machine working. I have only had it for 2 weeks and I can see and feel a difference in my muscles already.
Great Home Gym for the Money
5 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.
The right kind of gym for the right kind of person.
9 people found this helpful.
Is this the greatest home gym ever? No. Do I have to go to the gym, wait for the bros that are doing more talking and flexing to finish their ‘set’ so I can work out? No. Does it do everything I need it to? Yes, I had to adapt my workout a little but, yes it does. It fits in the basement of my townhouse and I can workout on my schedule. You’re never going to get ‘ripped’ on this thing but if you’re really in it for general fitness and want convenience this product is great.
Excellent Home Gym So Far
One person found this helpful.
I waited for over a Month to write this review. So far I really like the Blaze. It’s perfect for a 5’6” female and there are several workouts for every muscle class.
Great Machine! Lots of exercise options so you don’t get bored.
I purchased and have been using this since this past October. I’ve been pretty consistent with my workouts, thankfully! It’s help me slim down and lose a few pounds, and has given me a bit of definition in my arms. I definitely don’t look like the models that use this, but I’ve been very happy with it so far. I’m thankful that there are many different exercises you can do with it so you don’t become bored with it. Setting it up was fairly simple, and once I got the hang of how to run all the cords I can quickly change between each exercise.
10 people found this helpful.
I bought this BowFlex gym after a glowing recommendation from my brother, and my doctor said I need to consider giving up free-weights. I’m a type 1 Diabetic and the free-weights have, apparently, given undo wear on my joints. I can’t stop exercising, and I really enjoy lifting a lot more so than just Body-Weight exercising. So I spent about a month on my brother’s Blaze to try it out. Man, is it ever nice. It’s a much different feel from free-weights. The rods pull back on you when fully flexed, so the resistance you get when returning to start makes a HUGE difference. And the doc was right, my joints don’t hurt at all after 2+ hours of lifting with the BowFlex, as opposed to doing the same with conventional weights. Not to mention that moving from one exercise to the next sometimes only involves moving your arm positions. So you save a LOT of time by being able to move from one exercise to the next a heck of a lot quicker. Is it perfect? Nope, not at all. But considering I’d need to pay about $8000 to get the equipment and weights required to do what this $800 bowflex does, I’d say it’s worth a small sacrifice. And if you have an ailment such as arthritis, or Diabetes, this is a MUCH better option for you.
Nice equipment and services me well
2 people found this helpful.
I ordered this item last year as a Christmas gift for myself. I put it together without any issue, except for two small holes were found in the red part of the leather bench, perhaps punched by some loosen metal bolts during the packaging or shipping process. I called the maker and they quickly sent me a new bench without even asking me to return the damaged one. So I actually have two working benches now! I put it in our second floor bonus room which is above our two-car garage, since it is not heavy so it caused no damage to our carpet nor floor over the year. I have since used it about twice a week on average, while watching TV programs. It services me very well since my goal is to gain a bit muscles and keep my body in better shape. My wife noticed the results.
Excellent Home Gym. Highly Recommended.
34 people found this helpful.
I’ve owned this Bowflex Blaze Home Gym for approximately 6 weeks now, and must say, I love it. Shipping was fast and item arrived 2 days earlier than promised (despite free shipping). The setup was brutal though. Took me 4 hours to assemble fully. I recommend having a ratchet set in hand for easier assembly. Once fully assembled, I was more than impressed. This machine is solid. The workouts are smooth and the pulley system is virtually silent. Must warn you though, this gym is big, so make sure you have the space for it. I have 8 feet high ceilings and the machine almost reaches the top. Changing from one exercise to the other is a breeze. My only gripe is that if you want to do leg exercises and rows, you may need to upgrade the rods for more resistance. I read a few of the reviews on here before purchase and most say this gym is very different than free weights. While this is somewhat true, I can tell you that after the first workout, I felt just as soar as if I had used free weights. The rod resistance is a lot better on the joints and safer. Highly recommended.
Assembly was quick and easy, very clear and easy to follow instructions
2 people found this helpful.
Typical feel of a cable machine. Resistance builds as the rods flex so if you’re not pulling them all the way you don’t get the full resistance.