Bowflex Xceed Home Gym

September 11, 2018 - Comment

The Bowflex Xceed is designed for serious strength training in home gyms. With a lat tower, squat station, leg attachment, bench press, etc. the Xceed offers the capability of performing over 65 gym-quality exercises in a relatively small space. Product Features Over 65 full body exercises Features 210lbs of Bowflex progressive power rod resistance, Upgradeable

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(as of April 19, 2020 11:20 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

The Bowflex Xceed is designed for serious strength training in home gyms. With a lat tower, squat station, leg attachment, bench press, etc. the Xceed offers the capability of performing over 65 gym-quality exercises in a relatively small space.

Product Features

  • Over 65 full body exercises
  • Features 210lbs of Bowflex progressive power rod resistance, Upgradeable to 310lbs and even 410lbs
  • Assembled dimensions – 6’11″H x 4’10″L x 4’1″W
  • Required workout area – 8′ x 6’5″
  • NOTE: The Power Rod Rejuvenator is not included with the product. The Power Rod Rejuvenator is a separate purchase.

Comments

z3 owner says:

Assembly wasn’t too bad. The rubber casing on two of the bows … I am able to work out almost every part of my body with this machine. Because it uses bows instead of weights I can single-highhandedly move this machine around my weight room. Assembly wasn’t too bad. The rubber casing on two of the bows were damaged in the shipping. I’m not sure how this will affect the integrity of the bows but I need to reach out to the company and get them replaced.It took about 2-3 hours over a couple days. There are, of course, some trade-offs to be made…

NS1 says:

Great home/office gym with small footprint I put this versatile little Bowflex gym in my office. It requires about 6’x6′ of floor space, including the space required for bow flexation. The exercises are versatile and exist for any muscle group. I was a free-weight body builder when I was in my 20’s, and now in my 50’s, this gym offers similar capabilities, but also accommodates other workout styles like circuit training.Overall, I really like it. The only negative so far is the slightly limited range of motion with some…

Marshal Letchworth says:

A Pain to switch around cables to the pulleys. Way over priced. Worth 400.00 tops. A pain to switch exercises because of the cables and pulleys. It’s been years since I worked out. Was curious too see if I could bench the full 210 pounds… six times no problem. Made me question the actual resistance of the rods. The booklet they give is a pain to look up how to do the exercises…they should include a poster or something of that nature. I’ve already sweat stained the booklet. Like all us consumers, we go through the pain of assembling such…

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