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Key Features:
  • Offers over 50 gym quality exercises to work out your entire body
  • Provides as little as 5 or as many as 210 pounds of power rod resistance
  • Multi use hand grip or ankle cuffs designed to add flexibility and performance to any workout using the quick change power rod system
  • Upgradable resistance to 310 pounds

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The Bowflex PR3000 home gym is now $599 from $1299.

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We've got an older bowflex. Rod resistance really isn't directly comparable to actual weights. The amount of resistance changes as you go through a rep did to the rods loading up on tension.

That being said, it gives you a workout and covers a lot of different exercises.

To be honest, part of me wishes we had a power rack instead, but it works well enough and I'm sure you'll spend a much or more on a free weight setup.
Got this for $150 like new out of some guy's basement on Facebook. They were moving and needing it gone ASAP. This was early 2019.

Love the machine! Check locally first as lots of people dumping equipment. Especially late Q1 or early Q2 next year best time to find and buy these things.

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Anyone have any experience with a bowflex? Curious how the pulleys compare to pulleys with weight vs the rod resistance?
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Anyone have any experience with a bowflex? Curious how the pulleys compare to pulleys with weight vs the rod resistance?
Reminds me of the soloflex fad from the 1980s. You will get a better workout with free weights and a bench and they're probably cheaper. These bowflex/soloflex things mostly run on snake oil. It's like working at a FedEx lifting boxes and telling your boss you need a pulley and some rope to do it.
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Anyone have any experience with a bowflex? Curious how the pulleys compare to pulleys with weight vs the rod resistance?
We've got an older bowflex. Rod resistance really isn't directly comparable to actual weights. The amount of resistance changes as you go through a rep did to the rods loading up on tension.

That being said, it gives you a workout and covers a lot of different exercises.

To be honest, part of me wishes we had a power rack instead, but it works well enough and I'm sure you'll spend a much or more on a free weight setup.
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Anyone have any experience with a bowflex? Curious how the pulleys compare to pulleys with weight vs the rod resistance?

It's better than nothing but a power rack, bench and some plates are way better. I'd even take just a bench and a set of powerblocks over this.
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Also meant to say, look on marketplace, offerup, etc. if you decide this is the way you want to go.

Bowflex had been around forever, they're pretty well made, and frankly most of them don't get used very much.
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Got this for $150 like new out of some guy's basement on Facebook. They were moving and needing it gone ASAP. This was early 2019.

Love the machine! Check locally first as lots of people dumping equipment. Especially late Q1 or early Q2 next year best time to find and buy these things.
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Anyone have any experience with a bowflex? Curious how the pulleys compare to pulleys with weight vs the rod resistance?
I didn't have the Bowflex but I had the Weider Crossbow many years ago which looked a lot like the Bowflex Blaze that is on sale for $799. There is resistance but it wouldn't be as good as dumbbells or the cable pulley system at the gym where it is consistent tension. We have to be real though as the expensive gym equipment costs thousands of dollars and will take up lot more space. With my Crossbow, the resistance will be easier and then increase. The rod tension does work though even though it isn't completely consistent, it is still resistance. You also have lot of variety of exercises. One has to use exercise machine though and not let it be a hanger for clothes. If one isn't going to go to the gym, this isn't a bad option at all if on a budget and have little space but don't expect it will perform like the couple thousand dollar machines that only does one exercise movement in the gym. Even if one gets this, I do recommend body weight training like with pull up/dip bar and TRX straps. Variety is always good.
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Thanks, had a deal alert set, bought for my son!
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Reminds me of the soloflex fad from the 1980s. You will get a better workout with free weights and a bench and they're probably cheaper. These bowflex/soloflex things mostly run on snake oil. It's like working at a FedEx lifting boxes and telling your boss you need a pulley and some rope to do it.
Not snake oil, it's all in how you use it just like anything else.
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Anyone have any experience with a bowflex? Curious how the pulleys compare to pulleys with weight vs the rod resistance?
I'm going to give you an honest review. I bought a used Bowflex elite four years ago and I jus told it a month ago. It could have been the rods were old and no longer provided "resistance" but I was not happy with it. I would never recommend a Bowflex anymore. After a work out I can't remember have a sore body.

I just bought the inspire FTX from Costco for $1408 OTD and damn that machine is awesome. Yes more than double this price but that machine i highly recommended unless you are a power lifter. In that case, go for the Ft2.

The FTX is a much better machine than a bow flex. I know this is a deal but skip it honestly. If you have any other questions let me know
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