Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym
- Provides 5 lb. to 210 lb. of resistance via Bowflex Power Rods which is upgradeable to 310 lb. (Power Rods sold separately)
- No cable changes are required between sets
- Perform over 50 strength exercises, including vertical bench press and lat pull down
- Includes an upholstered roller cushions for leg extension and leg cur
- Multi-use hand grip/ankle cuffs to hel you get a secure grasp during your workouts
- Heavy-duty steel construction frame offers long-term durability
- Maximum user weight: 300 lb
- Compatible Accessories (sold separately): Bowflex #310 Upgrade, Bowflex Power Rod Rejuvenator
- Requires 100-inch x 78-inch minimum workout area
- Dimensions: width: 86"; height: 82"; depth: 76"
- Home Gym
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Of the 12 reviewers who responded, 12 would recommend this product.
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- Solid product- December 12, 2019
Instructions were easy to follow, however nuts, bolts, and washers were not labeled and all bagged loose together. Once I identified the pieces it went together quickly. Will just need a ratchet set and wrench but it's a breeze.
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- Synopsis- November 14, 2020
I purchased this model at regular price ($1723 tax included) this fall when brick and mortar health clubs were shuttered by government edict late last summer; the other popular Bowflex models still available through online vendors (when not backordered) were the PR1000, the Blaze and the Xtreme SE 2. The PR3000 is a compromise between the latter and the former, with more advanced features and versatility than the Blaze while lacking a few of the benefits and user-comforts of the SE 2, which is the latest of its power rod-centric models (and correspondingly more expensive). The assembly itself took about five hours alone at a medium-slow pace, and the small components are all bundled together in a bag, largely unlabeled. There aren’t any publicly available assembly videos for this model online, so the manual is your only resource for that part. I’ve used the machine for a variety of exercises by muscle group and was favorably impressed with the quality of the frame & parts; the squat bar, ankle wraps, and Rod Rejuvenator are sold separately, and I consider both essential to the proper functioning of the machine, so that accounts for the loss of a star on the review rating scale. As others have mentioned, the range of motion is not identical to a typical cable station in a gym, and may require some weight shifting on the upper body to achieve full ROM; the rods also produce somewhat less weight than labeled, though with the 310lb or 410lb upgrade there’s more than sufficient resistance for the average trainer. The machine itself is quiet when being operated (other than the short impact of the floating pulleys against the frame during the negative portion of the repetition) and the rods are robust and durable, particularly when stored with the Rod Rejuvenator. The only improvements that could’ve been considered were adding wheels or casters to the base for easier moving and different locations for the bolts on the machine’s V-shaped legs for easier disassembly, as it’s tedious to move out of apartments or through smaller doors. A solid alternative to conventional gym training overall.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Serious piece of equipment- September 21, 2013
Building the athletic type body is perfect with this machine. I'm in best shape of my life.The Heck with the gym and germs the waiting in line. I have it all right here.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.