Bowflex Xtreme 2SE Home Gym

September 25, 2018 - Comment

The Bowflex® Xtreme® 2 SE offers over 70 exercises and comes included with 7 trainer-built workouts to meet your fitness goals. Xtreme® 2 SE lets you change exercises more quickly and easily with no cable changes needed between exercises using the Quick Change Power Rod® system. Now includes the lat bar, squat bar and ergonomically

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The Bowflex® Xtreme® 2 SE offers over 70 exercises and comes included with 7 trainer-built workouts to meet your fitness goals. Xtreme® 2 SE lets you change exercises more quickly and easily with no cable changes needed between exercises using the Quick Change Power Rod® system. Now includes the lat bar, squat bar and ergonomically designed adjustable seat.

Product Features

  • 70+ exercises that cover the entire body
  • 210 lbs. of Power Rod resistance, upgradeable to 310 lbs. or 410 lbs.
  • Multiple cable/pulley positions with the Quick Change Power Rod system
  • Bowflex provides 7 free trainer built workout regimens
  • Heavy-duty steel construction frame offering long-term durability
  • Ergonomic adjustable seat with polyurethane high-density foam cushion
  • Ab training strap, squat bar and lat bar included
  • 5-way hand-grip/ankle cuffs

Comments

Benjamin Brink says:

Great product. I’m 35 and have two daughters under … Great product. I’m 35 and have two daughters under 2. Caring for them takes a lot of time out of my schedule, so the hour and a half gym visits ended a couple of years back. I purchased this machine a couple of months ago. When I first got it, I hated it. You can’t workout with it as though it’s a bench and freeweights. I ended up changing my routines up, and started loving it. I rarely do sets of less than 21 reps now. I also don’t track the amount of weight that I’m doing, since there’s no…

Don McGowan says:

Great product that’s easy to assemble. I’ve had this for a few weeks now. It’s great. Assembly was easy – it has some of the clearest directions I’ve ever seen. It comes with most of the parts – you’ll want a socket wrench (actually two would be even more helpful). It’s easy to use and the workout guides are clear and easy to follow. If you configure it properly before your workout you can knock out like 12 different exercises by going between the various pulleys and you’ll get a full set within 15 minutes, which is legit It comes…

Nash says:

Poorly design Rod Pack This should come with 310 lbs because once you set it up, you can’t just add an extra 50 lbs rod without having to basically take the whole unit apart to you remove the screws that holds the rods and those screws which are basically fabricated cheaply and are hard to reach. I tried to add an extra 50 lbs shaft and the very last screw head strip due to the angle/reach of it. Had to basically take the whole unit apart so I could flip it over to reach the screws. At least with the original…

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