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BodyCraft Xpress Pro Home Gym

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  • Bench Press Station with adjustable starting point
  • Cable Station with adjustable arms
  • Seat and seat back are adjustable
  • The bodycraft xpress cable arms utilize pulleys and cables for unrestricted, completely natural, and biomechanically correct movements
  • Lifetime warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

The XPress is unequaled in value, versatility and efficient design. Rated a Best Buy by Consumer Guide®!Shape your body, get strong, lose weight, even improve your golf swing with the BodyCraft XPress Strength Training System.

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Shape your body, get strong, lose weight, and even improve your golf swing with the BodyCraft XPress Pro strength training system. The XPress Pro lets you perform a wide range of exercises, with stations for chest presses, shoulder presses, lat pulls, leg lifts, and more. The XPress Pro starts with a row/press arm that supports safe, machine-style bench presses, incline presses, shoulder presses, and seated rows. The leg extension/leg curl station, meanwhile, offers a convenient self-aligning feature that accommodates virtually any user. Add in the functional training/cable arms--which support more than 100 exercises--and you have a terrific gym for functional core training, sports-specific workouts, and rehabilitation exercises.

Users will also appreciate the XPress Pro's series of pulleys, which includes a mid pulley for ab crunches and tricep extensions, a high pulley for lat pulldowns and tricep pushdowns, and a low pulley with a foot plate for low rows, leg and hip exercises, arm curls, upright rows, and more. The XPress Pro uses these pulleys and cables to deliver unrestricted, completely natural, biomechanically correct movements. You define the path, providing for a greater, more natural range of motion that incorporates the use of stabilizer and core muscle groups, an advantage not found on typical home gyms. Finally, the XPress Pro includes a 200-pound weight stack that can be doubled to 400 pounds when combined with the leg press, which is cabled at a 1:2 ratio.

Construction features include 12-gauge steel tubing; flexible, nylon-coated aircraft cable rated at more than 2,000-pounds tensile strength; 4.5-inch-diameter, fiberglass-impregnated nylon pulleys with sealed ball bearings; 2-inch-thick high-density foam covered with double-stitched vinyl; chrome-plated 1-inch tubular steel guide rods; noise-dampening, perforated steel weight stack guards; and a platinum gray, powder-coated finish. The XPress Pro measures 56.5 by 83 by 82.9 inches (W x H x D) and comes with a lat pull bar, curl bar, ankle strap, and two single handles. It's also backed by a lifetime warranty.


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  • Product Dimensions: 82.9 x 56.5 x 82 inches ; 575 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 200 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000PRB46C
  • Item model number: Xpress Pro
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)

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I have lifted weights any way you can, free weights, cable stacks, and nautilus machines. All of them have their advantages and disadvantages. I have owned a home gym(a soloflex machine, a good machine because of the iron plate adaptability, up to 400 lbs)and I have also been a member of a good gym. I stopped using free weights because of lower back problems(loading and unloading plates puts direct stress on the lower back). In the gym I used nautilus machines mostly and cable stacks. The cables stacks are good with any exercise. The problem is the frame for the cable stacks is large and unless you are rich with a huge room reserved for exercising, owning a cable stack machine is not feasible. The nautilus machines are a different story. Some machines are good and some are not. The best nautilus machines I have used in the gym are the life fitness machines. These machines for some exercises are more difficult than free weights(unless your lifting huge weight, over 300 pounds on chest and legs). If you don't believe me use a life fitness chest press machine and set the weight to the same weight you lift using free weights and you will see. The bodycraft xpress pro is a composite of the cable stacks and the "life fitness type feel" machines in the gym. I have owned the bodycraft for a week and there is no home gym(and I have used several)that compares to this one. The price is steep, but if you are a member of a gym you will pay your gym fee monthly forever(if you are a true gym rat). The bodycraft xpress pro is a one time "fee" with a lifetime warranty on any cable or part. Company's don't do this if their machines are not top quality.(This would be bad business) The cable arms are just one of the features that makes this machine top of the line.Read more ›
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I have a older model of this (2003 or maybe 2004, if I remember correctly), and this machine is great. However, things aren't perfect when you are 6'3". For example, the horizontal handles for the bench press are a little low. This shouldn't be as big a problem on the new one, though, as I noticed there are two sets of horizontal handles. The higher one may take care of the problem. So that only matters if you are buying an older, used model. But on my machine, the seat does not go low enough (or the press bar and origin point of the cables does not go high enough) to really do bench press maneuvers the way I would really like to do them, either with the bar or the cables. With the cables, I am always pushing partially up instead of just straight out because they do not adjust high enough. With the bar, I am pushing slightly down instead of straight out. This, however, may not affect you at all depending upon your height. And again, the new press bar with the higher mount horizontal handle may take care of that on the press bar. The handles on the press bar could be a little closer together also.

Anyway, even with the height problem, the best thing to me is the "outrigger" cables (what BodyCraft calls "cable station arms"). These pivot around to many angles and allow a whole new group of exercises. Even with normal functions, like bench presses, these cables allow you a new way to do the exercise. Basically, you get your normal workout machine plus a whole other set of exercises you can do with the cable outriggers.

When putting this machine together, it is probably handy to find a picture on the internet (the BodyCraft website has a 360 spinning view you can use--at least when I wrote this) to look at while assembling the frame parts.
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By MP06011999 on September 23, 2009
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It arrived as promised from Amazon and is everything I thought it would be.

Something to note: It was packed by the manufacturer extremely well and I'm glad it was for when it arrived (via Amazon's shipper) the boxes were really beat up. I was afraid that there would be damage or parts missing for the boxes looked like they'd been through Hell. Fortunately, everything was fine. Again, thanks to BodyCraft. They make a great product and they take the care to pack it well enough to withstand a real beating in shipping. Nothing inside was missing or damaged.
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Somebody put a lot of thought into the Bodycraft Xpress Pro machine. I owned a Wieder 9600 for many years, and though it was a relatively good machine for the money, it had numerous drawbacks. The Bodycraft has none. It’s as though a group of people who had used a variety of different weight stack units got together and made two lists; one of all the things that annoyed them and another of everything that they wanted in a weight stack home gym. Then they went to work and build the machine they envisioned.
This unit is comprehensive in what it allows you to do. There are more than 40 individual exercises for the arms, back, chest, legs, etc. In addition, you can do numerous variations on many of the base exercises. In this way one can find the best, most effective way to do an exercise. The seat, press arm, seat back, and cable pulley arms are all adjustable. Consequently, your body is correctly positioned to do each exercise and to optimize its effect. Furthermore, the travel of the cables and the weights is so smooth that the exercises seem easier to execute. And the machine’s design facilitates the set up of each exercise. This shortens the amount of total exercise time. It’s all very well thought out.
Though one could conceivably do some variation of the leg and calf presses using the cables, I think it would prove difficult. Consequently, we also purchased the leg press extension option. That was a good decision.
The quality of this machines construction is such that it carries a lifetime guarantee. There are a lot of products out there that promise a lifetime guarantee; however, once you see the quality of the materials used in this unit and the way they have been engineered, you’ll understand how Bodycraft could offer such a comprehensive product warranty.
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