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Promoted 03-26-2013 by brisar at 12:57 PM View Original Post
Bowflex has Bowflex Xtreme SE Home Gym + Power Rod 100lb Upgrade + Xtreme Mat for $499 when you enter promotional code MADNESS13 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks xpeng

Note, Power Rod Upgrade and Xtreme Mat will be added to cart automatically after applying the promotional code
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Edited March 26, 2013 at 10:40 AM by BostonGirl
Bowflex Xtreme SE Home Gym [bowflexhomegyms.com] + Power Rod 100lb Upgrade + Xtreme Mat @ Bowflex - $499.00 after Coupon
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#61
I got this exact same package minus the 100 lb. upgrade for $499 all the way back in September of 2010. I didn't use it very much and ended up selling it for the exact same price on craigslist. It's a nice system and a good price for a bowflex , but thinking that you will use a home gym, is a lot different then actually trying to use one.
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#62
I think it's funny how every time a Bowflex thread comes up someone will say it's crap or X is better. It all comes down to what you'll use. If using the Bowflex will motivate you, then it's good. If it'll just sit there gathering dust, then it's bad. I personally went from 135 to 160 off it and have since augmented it with a weight cage, bench, and free weights. But I still use it for some of my exercises. As for it being a good deal, I picked it up for this price without the mats or extra rods, so really slick at the current offer.
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#63
What is a fair price for these machines on the Craigslist market (san diego area, if it matters) ? I'm in the market for a used one but can't seem to decide between the different models and the variable prices.
Also, is it too much of a hassle to break it down and get this into a sedan ?
Any feedback will be appreciated. look around
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What is a fair price for these machines on the Craigslist market (san diego area, if it matters) ? I'm in the market for a used one but can't seem to decide between the different models and the variable prices.
Also, is it too much of a hassle to break it down and get this into a sedan ?
Any feedback will be appreciated. look around
Breaking it down is a nightmare. It's intended to stay where it's built. As far as putting it in a sedan.... that's not happening with one of this size. You need a truck.
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#65
omg..

I just ordered bowflex dumbell sets. (the other FP deal)
I am beginner and this looks better. what should I do?
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omg..

I just ordered bowflex dumbell sets. (the other FP deal)
I am beginner and this looks better. what should I do?
get both and become ripped like He-Man
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#68
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get both and become ripped like He-Man
lol. can't afford both.
i can't decide which one to get... i need to cancel the other one first before they ship.
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lol. can't afford both.
i can't decide which one to get... i need to cancel the other one first before they ship.
Free weights is definitely the way to go.
BUT, if you've never lifted any weights before, free weights is going to seem a little difficult. You have to get the form right,or else its useless or worse, you hurt yourself. IMHO, its best to start with push-ups/pull-ups then machines then bars/dumbells.
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#70
I am on the fence but then took a look at Craigslist. I have to figure each buyer went into the purchase with the best of intensions. but thier are tones of them. In the end it might be better to use the $500 to buy new friends who tell me I look good. :-)
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does anyone know if this is a great product?
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This seems like a deal.. can anyone comment on this system?
Great system. I bought one and donated it to the hotel where I live two years ago. It was only $399, but it didn't come with the 100lb upgrade. It seems quite well built and I work out on it when I don't have time to hit the gym. It's in a hotel and gets plenty of work and still looks almost like new after 2 years.
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lol. can't afford both.
i can't decide which one to get... i need to cancel the other one first before they ship.
Absolutely get this then. Although free weights have some nice benefits, there are a LOT of exercises you can't do with free weights. This machine allows you to do pull downs, crunches, and plenty of leg work. You will need some dumbells for some of your exercises, but you can get away with just a few dumbells like 20, 25, and 30lb. These can frequently be found on CL for just a couple of bucks, or in some cases even free.

The only drawback is having the space to put it. You'll need a space that's 7'x7'x7'.
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For use w/P90X should I get this or a Shake Weight?
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Absolutely get this then. Although free weights have some nice benefits, there are a LOT of exercises you can't do with free weights. This machine allows you to do pull downs, crunches, and plenty of leg work. You will need some dumbells for some of your exercises, but you can get away with just a few dumbells like 20, 25, and 30lb. These can frequently be found on CL for just a couple of bucks, or in some cases even free.

The only drawback is having the space to put it. You'll need a space that's 7'x7'x7'.
I think i'll just take dumbells set because of spacing.
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