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Powerline P1X Single Stack Home Gym Review

Powerline P1X Single Stack Home Gym

If you are thinking about buying a new home gym but not sure if you have the space, the Powerline P1X has a much smaller footprint than most home gym systems. You also have the option to choose from a range of optional upgrades to extend the number of exercise stations as well as the total weight in the weight …

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Schwinn 230 Recumbent Exercise Bike Review

Schwinn 230 Recumbent Bike

With more than 100 years of cycling expertise, Schwinn have taken the 2007 model and produced the greatly improved 2013 model of the Schwinn 230 recumbent exercise bike. In our review we’ll walk you through all the best design features, console functions, and workout programs. We’ll also take a close look at feedback from other customers, who have already added …

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Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Exercise Bike Review

Schwinn AD6 Airdyne Exercise Bike

As the newest version of the popular Airdyne style of exercise bikes, the Schwinn AD6 Airdyne features a range of improvements over the earlier AD4 and AD2 models. This includes being fitted with a larger seat, which is perfect for keeping you comfortable during longer workouts. In this review we’ll be taking a look at these upgrades in more detail, …

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Body Solid EXM1500S Home Gym Review

Body Solid EXM 1500S Single Stack Home Gym

If you want to train a wide range of muscle groups at home, but are faced with limited workout space, the Body Solid EXM1500S Home Gym could be an excellent choice. You don’t get the same leg press and pec fly stations as their upgraded EXM3000LPS model, the 5 workout stations that you do have include leg extension / leg …

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Schwinn 170 Upright Exercise Bike Review

Schwinn 170 Upright Exercise Bike

With its 29 workout programs, 2 piece crank system, and 4 user profiles, the Schwinn 170 Upright Exercise Bike is a significant improvement over the 130 model. This article covers all aspects of the bike in more detail, from the general design features to the categories of workout programs, to help you decide if this is the best bike for …

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XMark XM-4419 FID Weight Bench Review

XMark FID Flat Incline Decline Weight Bench

The XMark FID Flat Incline Decline bench provides a wide range of back support positions and useful attachments to provide an effective base for a variety of exercises, while still being available at a competitive price. This article looks at the bench in more detail, including the design, workout options, comparisons with other benches, and a summary of pros and …

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Schwinn 130 Upright Exercise Bike Review

Schwinn 130 Upright Bike

The Schwinn 130 Upright Bike (2013 model) has been updated and completely redesigned to provide many more workout program options and a wider range of features compared to the earlier 2007 design. This product article takes a look at the bike in more detail, covering the design features, user profiles, customer reviews, and workout programs. Design features Although many exercise …

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Schwinn 430 Elliptical Machine Review

Schwinn 430 Elliptical Machine

The Schwinn 430 Elliptical Machine (2013 model) is a serious upgrade over the 2007 model, and a sign of Schwinn’s continued focus on developing the highest quality fitness equipment. This review takes an in-depth look at the workout programs, fitness test, design features, and even summarises the range of customer feedback. Our aim is to provide you with all the …

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Schwinn Exercise Bike Reviews

Schwinn Fitness Equipment

When it comes to exercise bikes, Schwinn have a long history of producing innovative new designs that include everything from competitive road bikes through to home and commercial fitness equipment. Their Airdyne models were the first stationary bikes produced by the Schwinn Bicycle Company in 1978, before releasing some of their first upright and recumbent bikes in 2003. Most recently, …

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XMark 45 Degree Hyperextension Bench Review

XMark 45 Degree Hyperextension Bench

The Xmark 45 degree hyperextension bench is designed to provide many of the features you would expect to find on more expensive benches, but at more of an entry level price point. This product article looks at these design features in a bit more detail, together with how including hyperextensions in your workout can benefit your core strength, and even …

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Exerpeutic 900XL Extended Capacity Recumbent Bike

Exerpeutic 900XL Extended Capacity Recumbent Bike

The Exerpeutic 900XL extended capacity recumbent bike combines all of the most essential design features you need to enjoy effective cardio workouts from home. With a durable walk-through frame and user-friendly design, the 900XL is a popular choice, despite its basic setup. The oversized seat, large pedals, and 300 lb capacity have helped make it one of the top recumbent …

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Body Solid SBL460P4 Leverage Gym Review

Body Solid SBL460P4 Freeweight Leverage Gym

If you are looking for a multi station home gym that offers more resistance than your standard cable machines, the Body Solid SBL460P4 leverage gym could make an excellent choice. With 3 main workout stations and the popular FID46 weights bench included in the price, this review takes a closer look at the features and exercise options you get for …

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LifeSpan TR 1200i Folding Treadmill Review

Lifespan TR1200i Folding Treadmill

The LifeSpan TR 1200i Folding Treadmill is currently LifeSpan’s most popular treadmill for a variety of reasons, including the large running area, range of workout programs, and cushioned running deck. This product article takes a look at the treadmill in a bit more detail, including the design features, workout programs, functions unique to the TR 1200i, and a summary of …

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Ultimate Body Press Dip Stand Review

Ultimate Body Press Dip Stand

The Ultimate Body Press Dip Stand features a space saving design that’s ideal for a range of upper body exercises, including dips and bodyweight pull ups. Design features While standard pull up and dip stations certainly have their benefits, their height will often need to be over 7ft to allow a full range of motion on the pull ups. If …

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