Bowflex PR1000 Home Gym
- Offers 210 lbs of Power Rod Resistance
- Offers over 30 strength exercises, including leg curls, leg extensions, horizontal bench press, and a built-in rowing station
- 4" roller cushion lets you perform leg extensions and leg curls
- Triple function hand grips for lat pull downs
- Bench converts to a rolling seat for aerobic rowing
- Built-in media rack to hold your smart device
- 4-position lower pulley/squat station
- Mutliple cable pulley positions allow you to easily change the angle of resistance and increase the effectiveness of many exercises
- Folds for easy storage
- Compatible accessories (sold separately): Bowflex Power Rod Rejuvenator
- Dimensions: width: 96.5cm; height: 208.3cm; depth: 213.4cm
- Home Gym
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Of the 15 reviewers who responded, 13 would recommend this product.
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- As advertised, works great!- August 29, 2020
I've been using it for only a couple weeks now but it was easy to assemble, by myself. Workouts are great and after doing some online searches it's amazing how many exercises can be done. Got tired of waiting for PR3000 to become available and glad I saved the money and bought this instead ^_^Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Perfect- September 9, 2020
This is the perfect equipment for me it works every area I need and the fact that it folds up to reduce the amount of space when not in use is even more perfect. I no longer need a gym membership. Very happy with this purchaseYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Very pleased- January 16, 2017
I am 41 and fit. I have been lifting all of my adult life. I read a lot of comments from gym rats about the lack of resistance on these machines. The only exercise that I would agree on that is the leg press. However, if you want to work your quads, use the leg extension - there's more than enough weight to keep you challenged. I had a Bowflex 20 years ago and I loved it. When I went into the military, it disappeared. With dumbbells and a bench at home I just wasn't able to do all of the things I wanted to do - I mean, they get the job done, but not like this. If you use controlled movements, you'll get as much or more of a burn than with free weights. I'm so happy with this new and improved Bowflex. Thanks!!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.