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Body By Jake Tower 200 Full-Body Exercise Gym

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  • Tower 200 Body by Jake Strength Training Equipment
  • Door-based home gym for working upper and lower body
  • Slides onto any home, office, or dorm door within seconds
  • Multi-tension power cords provide 200 pounds of explosive resistance
  • Supports more than 200 exercises in all; durable steel frame
  • Designed to provide big results within 30 days; limited lifetime warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 14 x 6 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Imported (USA)
  • ASIN: B0037TRMXY
  • Item model number: 556869
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,421 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Overall, you are able to get a complete workout with this that will allow you to stay in or get in good shape with legitimate muscle tone.
D-Geez
The Body by Jake Tower 200 Full-Body Exercise Gym was easy to install and is easy to use.
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175 of 177 people found the following review helpful By Error404 on May 2, 2010
After unpacking the box, the setup was reasonably straightforward and required no tools. The setup instructions were adequate, but I would have liked to see more, and larger, pictures. Line drawings would have been clearer. Also, the instructions don't mention that you should install the Tower 200 on the side of the door opposite of the way it opens (e.g. if the door swings out, install it on the inside). If you don't, all the stress from pulling on the gym will transfer to the door's latch and hinges, which is probably a bad idea. Maybe that's obvious, but I didn't realize it until I was almost done installing the gym on the wrong side.

The metal brackets that contact the door have insufficient padding, and may scuff up your door. I added some stick-on rubber bumpers to avoid this. The brackets are wide enough to accommodate a thick door, up to approx. 2 in. (5 cm). The downside is that if your door is thinner, like my interior door, there will be some forward and back play in the brackets, which will scrape up the doorway as the door is repeatedly opened and closed. I remedied this by fashioning some spacers to take up the extra width.

Now on to using the gym. The great part is that it offers an incredible number of exercises while taking up so little floor space. Not surprisingly, they were pretty generous in saying that it offers over 200 exercises. For example, the chest press is counted as four separate exercises due to the four leg stances (close, regular, wide, and staggered). And one-handed exercises are counted twice, once for each side. That said, the gym still offers quite a few options. If you're familiar with free weight exercises, many can be adapted to the Tower 200 with a little imagination.
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120 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Judo Jeff on February 24, 2010
I bought this item with little knowledge of it. I had read mixed reviews of it on here but decided to go with my gut feeling and just get it. It's a pretty good product over all, installs easy to any door, and is fun to use. The workout instructions are somewhat vague, but the dvd certainly helps. For those of you that are always at the gym or are in incredible shape, this wont help you much. For those of you that are crunched for time or have little experience at the gym, this is a nice workout item that can get you into shape. I incorporate this in my martial arts, regualr gym, and cardio workouts and it fits nice.
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72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 19, 2010
I purchased the Tower 200 at my local Target store for $200, which came with a $30 Target gift card. This means that the Tower 200 actually cost me $170. I completely agree with the other reviewer on all points. It's well made, easy to install, and you can start your workouts almost immediately. I suggest watching the DVD first, which is included with the package. The workouts are effective and fairly safe to do. The excercises on the manual look good but lack detailed instructions. If you're familiar with bodybuilding, I'm sure you can figure it out. The kind of people that would get the biggest bang for their buck, are probably weekend warriors that want to get in shape, but don't have the time or money to go to a gym. I believe it's safe to use if you're in your 40's or 50's. I'm a martial artist, and use it for conditioning and strength training. I especially like doing the 11 minute and MMA workout shown on the DVD. In my opinion, the people that wouldn't be challenged by the Tower 200 are hardcore body-builders or well-conditioned athletes because they may find the workouts too easy. For the average everyday Joe or Jane that wants to get in shape without getting hurt or spending a lot of money on expensive gym equipment or membership...the Tower 200 is for you!!!
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Tongatapu on August 16, 2010
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Great product idea but not sturdy enough. The cables were not equal at 25lbs and at 45lbs. I felt less resistance on the left side of the tower. The hook for the straps snapped during a work out. I was unable to do a complete workout due to the failure of the hooks and resistance. Customer service was excellent with Cali-Wholesale who sent me another unit for free but unfortunately I had the same issues with resistance and the cables were tangled on the 2nd unit. Thank you Cali-Wholesale for the best customer service experience I have ever experienced when shopping online. I give you guys 5 stars for your quick response and fast shipping.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A. Simoneli on April 6, 2010
Being a personal trainer for clients in their homes I'm always on the lookout for equipment that has the functionality of that in the health clubs, but is easy to transport and set up. I've recently discovered the Tower 200 from Body By Jake.

I've used it in my home now for about two weeks and I'm very immpressed! It has allowed me to do all kinds of exercises that I either can't do or don't like doing with dumbbells. The way it's set up is very remminisent to the Freemotion Dual Cable Crossover that all of us trainers fight for at the gym.

I like this gym so much that I wrote a full review for it on my website [...]
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By D-Geez on April 1, 2010
Going in with realistic expectations, the tower 200 is what I figured it would be. First, one question I wasnt sure about when I bought this is, you need put it on a door with space at the top and bottom. A door that leads to outside will not work. As far as functionality, I have never used band resistance machines before, and from using this a few times I think I like weights and free weight machines at the gym better, but for an at home unit that takes up virtually no space this offers a wide range of exercises and there is more than enough weight(resistance). The 11 minute program they give you is pretty good. Its basically a non stop 11 complex exercise (multiple muscles exercised per set)routine. They also give you a book that contains a lot of other moves you can do with the tower for all muscle groups. The whole MMA thing is a marketing ploy really, but they do give some exercises from MMA training that you can use on the tower.

Overall, you are able to get a complete workout with this that will allow you to stay in or get in good shape with legitimate muscle tone.
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