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Bowflex Ultimate vs. Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home Gym Review

Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home Gym

The Bowflex Ultimate 2 home gym provides up to 410 lbs of Power Rod resistance, with 95+ exercise options. Released in 2005, the Ultimate 2 has been officially discontinued by Bowflex, but used and refurbished models are still available. Bowflex Power Rod technology is the same resistance system you’ll find on their PR1000 and PR3000 home gyms. For the Bowflex …

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Body Solid Home Gym Reviews | Home Strength Training Equipment

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As a leading manufacturer of home and commercial fitness equipment, Body Solid offer a wide range of cardio and resistance training machines for you to use at home. This includes everything from treadmills and elliptical trainers, through to dip stations and free weights. But they’re perhaps best known for their collection of high quality home gym systems, ranging from single …

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Bowflex Home Gym Reviews and Comparisons | Expert Buying Guide

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For over 30 years Bowflex have been designing innovative and affordable home gym equipment, which is often based around new and unique resistance systems. This ranges from their SelectTech adjustable dumbbells to the power rods of the PR1000 and PR3000 home gyms. But Bowflex are equally well known for their line of cardio equipment, which includes the incredibly successful TreadClimber …

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Body Solid EXM3000LPS Home Gym Review

Body Solid EXM3000LPS Home Gym

The Body Solid EXM3000LPS is an upgrade to the single stack EXM1500S model, with more workout stations and a 50 lb increase for each of the two weight stack towers. Now with 7 workout stations bringing an increased number of upper and lower body exercise options, we wanted to find out how it measured up to competing home gyms from …

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Best Home Gym Reviews and Comparisons 2017 | Buying Guide

Home Gym Reviews Guide

Finding the best home gym isn’t easy. With new equipment released each year, you can quickly lose touch with the latest trends. Should you choose a machine that uses weight plates, Power Rods, bodyweight, or a selectorized weight stack? More importantly, does it provide enough resistance for years of future strength gains? To help answer questions like these, we created …

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Total Gym XLS Trainer Home Gym Review – Better than Vigorfit?

Total Gym XLS Universal Home Gym

The Total Gym XLS is the top-of-the-line home gym system in a collection that also features the bestselling 1900 and 1400 models. But being their flagship model also means it’s in a different price category to these earlier designs, as well as the home gym from Vigorfit. So how does it compare, and which represents the best value for money? …

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Weider Ultimate Body Works Review – Better than Total Gym?

Weider Ultimate Body Works Home Gym

The Weider Ultimate Body Works is a compact home gym system that combines calisthenics with cable pulleys and resistance cords to create a challenging workout at home, without the need for piles of weight plates. In this review we take a look at the design features that have made this one of the bestselling home gym systems on Amazon, and …

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Bowflex Revolution Home Gym Review – The Best Bowflex Home Gym?

Bowflex Revolution Home Gym

The Bowflex Revolution Home Gym is the top-of-the-line model in a collection that also features the popular Blaze, Xtreme 2SE, PR1000 and PR3000 designs. But as the only home gym to feature their patented SpiraFlex® resistance technology, is it really any better than their Power Rod® systems? Does this new technology result in a wider range of exercise options? These …

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Best Fitness BFMG20 Sportsmans Gym by Body Solid – Review

Best Fitness BFMG20 Sportsmans Gym

If you’re looking for a compact alternative to the higher priced ‘multi-stack’ systems, the Best Fitness BFMG20 Sportsmans Gym, with its low frame height could be an excellent alternative. In this review we take a look at whether the Best Fitness BFMG20 is the best home gym for the money. This includes how to get the most out of the …

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Body Solid G10B-LP Bi-Angular Home Gym Review

Body Solid G10B-LP Bi-Angular Gym

With its Bi-Angular Press Arm technology increasing muscle interaction by 25%, the Body Solid G10B-LP Home Gym has the potential to create more intense workouts, leading to quicker results. But is it really the best full body home gym on the market? In this review we take a look at the design behind some of its most important features, together …

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Precor S3.23 Functional Trainer and Bench Combo Review

Precor S3.23 Functional Trainer and Bench

With several important upgrades over the conventional cable crossover design, the Precor S3.23 Functional Trainer and Bench Combo offers a much more compact and versatile workout experience. This home gym review takes a closer look at the features that make this design so effective, together with a range of possible exercise options for your upper and lower body workouts. Cable …

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Body Solid G6B Bi-Angular Home Gym Machine Review

Body Solid G6B Home Gym

Combining many of the features from the later G10B design into a more compact home workout system, the Body Solid G6B Home Gym includes a number of important features to help you achieve your fitness and strength goals more quickly. But is it really the best home gym system on the market, and how is it different to the G10B? …

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Inspire Fitness M4 Home Gym Review – Better value than the M3?

Inspire Fitness M4 Home Gym

With several important upgrades over the earlier M3, the Inspire Fitness M4 Home Gym provides you with everything you need to enjoy both iso-lateral and unilateral workouts from the convenience of your own home. But is the M4 really the best home gym for the money? How does it compare to the M5, or one of the Inspire Functional Trainer …

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Inspire Fitness M3 Home Gym Review

Inspire Fitness M3 Home Gym

Priced towards the middle of their innovative ‘M’ range, the Inspire Fitness M3 Home Gym includes some major improvements over the earlier M2 design, including an additional 65 lb of weight in the commercial weight plate stack. This review takes a look at the various design features and workout options that really make this home gym machine stand out, to …

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Body Solid G1S Selectorized Home Gym Review

Body Solid G1 Selectorized Home Gym

The Body Solid G1S selectorized home gym supports a variety of full body workout options, with a 160 lb weight stack and numerous cable pulley positions. But as one of Body Solid’s most compact home gyms, how does the workout quality compare to one of their larger multi-station machines? Something like the GEXM2000 or G9U. Our review takes a look …

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