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Bowflex SelectTech 1090 Dumbbell Set EXPIRED

FreakMan09 21 84 May 21, 2011 at 01:37 AM in Sporting Goods (4) More Bowflex Deals
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Promoted 05-21-2011 by brisar at 05:25 AM View Original Post
Bowflex has their Bowflex SelectTech 1090 Dumbbells for $359.40 when you enter code DAY5FB at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks FreakMan09
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Was going to get the 552s but i am glad i didnt as Bowflex now has the 1090s for sale!

Use promo code DAY5FB and it will bring the price down to $359.40 before tax and also includes free shipping!

Great Deal so get on it quick before it sells out!

http://www.bowflexselecttech.com/...bbells.jsp
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#4
damn i may bite on this i bought a 50 pound set from sams club and still haven't used them, this is a good deal
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Last edited by rr423 May 21, 2011 at 01:43 AM
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This is a good deal!
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damn I've been waiting for the deal back in Sept 2010 where these were w/ stand and bench, but that hasn't happened again, yet.

I'm really tempted to sell my 552's, keep my current stand, and get these now.
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Last edited by BlkBimM3r May 21, 2011 at 03:26 AM
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Awesome, thanks, I just subscribed to this update 2 days ago. Where do you find these codes anyway?
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now all u roiderz can stop whining in when the 552s go on sale

nice find op Smilie
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Awesome, thanks, I just subscribed to this update 2 days ago. Where do you find these codes anyway?
somehow I'm on their email list... usually don't get much from them, but they are having some "Gear up for Summer, Deal of the Day" sale where they email you a different code for a different bowflex product, or product combination (like bike and work out tower/system) each day.
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Thanks!!!.. I have been waiting on this for a year...
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Used to buy the 25 pound iron barbell weights from Sports Authority. Way cheaper. Also, if you drop it it won't break (the floor might, but not the weight), and even if it's damaged it's still a cheap block of iron and still very usable as a free weight. If you drop this, the plastic locking components will snap---seen this before and it's not pretty. Something to think about for anyone who thinks the convenience of quick weight adjustments warrants the price.
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Unless you are juicing the 552 is more than enough for the majority of lifters; the caveat being proper form.

For example the bicep curl:
Straight back, perpendicular to the floor
(key) your wrist should be locked in the form of a hook through the entire motion. Most people break their wrist at the bottom of the curl.
Don't cheat by thrusting either your shoulder or your upper torso. Except for your arm, the remainder of your body should be motionless.

The biggest advantage to proper form is the reduction of injury. Specific to the Bowflex: less likely to drop the weight.
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Last edited by LGCubana May 21, 2011 at 04:11 AM
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Quote from gatordude View Post :
Used to buy the 25 pound iron barbell weights from Sports Authority. Way cheaper. Also, if you drop it it won't break (the floor might, but not the weight), and even if it's damaged it's still a cheap block of iron and still very usable as a free weight. If you drop this, the plastic locking components will snap---seen this before and it's not pretty. Something to think about for anyone who thinks the convenience of quick weight adjustments warrants the price.
How cheap were the 25 pound iron barbell weights? I got two of them for about 40 dollars from Sears. I also got two 30 pound iron barbell weights for the about the same price as well.

Quote from gatordude View Post :
Used to buy the 25 pound iron barbell weights from Sports Authority. Way cheaper. Also, if you drop it it won't break (the floor might, but not the weight), and even if it's damaged it's still a cheap block of iron and still very usable as a free weight. If you drop this, the plastic locking components will snap---seen this before and it's not pretty. Something to think about for anyone who thinks the convenience of quick weight adjustments warrants the price.
If I put them slowly down on carpet , do I have to worry about breaking them?
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Quote from LGCubana View Post :
Unless you are juicing the 552 is more than enough for the majority of lifters; the caveat being proper form.
Color me a juicer then (I've been accused of it most of my life so I'm used to it).

The world must be ending today because I've been waiting for a deal on these forever. Thank you OP, this is awesome!!!
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How cheap were the 25 pound iron barbell weights? I got two of them for about 40 dollars from Sears. I also got two 30 pound iron barbell weights for the about the same price as well.



If I put them slowly down on carpet , do I have to worry about breaking them?
I remember I got them on sale and used a Family and Friends coupon to bring it down to $10 per 25 lbs. plate. Got about 250 lbs. worth, enough for both dumbbells and barbell.

Also, at the time I was doing power-to-failure reps, so on my final rep I'd sometimes drop the weights from 2 or 3 feet. To catch it I used three layers of old carpet and foam pads sandwiched in between. Still managed to bang up the concrete floor in the garage though. Bottom line is, if you work with really heavy weights, best bet is to work with something cheap and nearly indestructible.
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