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Bowflex BodyTower

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  • Multi-station workout tower features EZ-Adjust horizontal bars that let you add variety and intensity to your workouts
  • Perform more than 20 exercises, including push-ups, sit-ups, squats, planks, pull-ups, knee and leg raises, dips, and more
  • Stable, commercial-grade steel frame; includes handgrips, sling straps, cushioned back pad, and workout placard
  • Measures 50 by 77 by 50 inches (W x H x D); 120-pound weight and 300-pound maximum user weight
  • Comes with limited manufacturer's warranty; details included with purchase
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Product Description

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This multi-station tower has a unique and easy-to-use feature EZ-Adjust horizontal bars that lets you increase the variety of your exercises, raise the intensity of your workouts, and improve the results of your fitness program. The included hand grips and sling straps provide a greater range of options than most towers, and the wide and commercial-grade steel base keeps you stable and secure. With a tower-mounted workout placard that demonstrates 8 Key Exercises, and a guide featuring 10 more, the Bowflex BodyTower is the perfect home fitness solution.




Bowflex BodyTower

Tower-Mounted Workout Placard

Demonstrates 8 Key Exercises
                                
ExercisePlacard

Handgrips and Sling Straps Included

Provide a greater range of options than most towers

E-Z Adjust Horizontal Bars

Increase the variety of your exercises, raises the intensity of your workouts and improves the results of your fitness program

Heavy-Duty Commercial-Grade Steel Base

Keeps you stable and secure

Guide featuring 10 additional exercises

Also included

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MSRP
$499.00
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Resistance
N/A
(body weight)"
210 lbs Power Rod Resistance
210 lbs Power Rod Resistance 210 lbs Power Rod Resistance 210 lbs Power Rod Resistance 220 lbs of SpriaFlex Resistance
Upgradeable Resistance N/A
No
Yes- to 310 lbs or 410 lbs
Yes- to 310 lbs Yes- to 310 lbs or 410 lbs Yes- to 300 lbs
Platform
N/A Horizontal
(bench folds to save space)
Horizontal
(bench folds to save space)
Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
(bench folds to save space)
Number of Exercises
20 +
30 +
60 +
50 +
70 +
100 +
Exercises Pictured in Owners Manual
18
24
66
26
79
101
Arm Exercises
2
5
16
4
24
21
Chest Exercises
4
4
8
3
6
18
Ab Exercises
3
2
5
2
3
8
Back Exercises
2
3
9
4
18
15
Shoulder Exercises
2
4
14
6
16
22
Leg Exercises
5
6
13
7
12
17
Cardio Row
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Maxium User Weight
300 lbs
300 lbs
300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs
Workout Area Required
L 53" x W 50" x H 77"
L 103" x W 80" x H 82"
L 90" x W 38" x H 83"
L 96" x W 78" x H 83"
L 96" x W 78" x H 83"
L 120" x W 84" x H 83"
Warranty
Frame: 5 years
Wear parts: 1 year
Frame: 1 year
Parts: 60 days
Power Rods: 5 years
Frame: 1 year
Parts: 60 days
Power Rods: 5 years
Frame: 1 year
Parts: 60 days
Power Rods: 7 years
Frame: 1 year
Parts: 60 days
Power Rods: lifetime
10 years



Product Details

Owner's Manual [PDF]| Assembly Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 70 inches ; 113 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 114 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006353HCE
  • Item model number: BodyTower
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Very solid and sturdy.
Matthew
If I could, I would have had one with the Pull up bar at a great height, now it feels little low.
North
Exercises include push-ups at various elevations, chin-ups, supine rows, and the triceps dip.
Leif Sheppard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By North on June 16, 2012
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This is the second piece of equipment I have from Bowflex. As of earlier I have a Bowflex 3000 Home gym. In both cases I've experienced things that were broken on arrival, on the home gym I had a pulley that was bent and rod broke early on. On this, one of the grip was cracked and tore of at first use. The Bowflex customer support is awful so I'll probably end up fixing it myself. Back to the body Tower, it was fairly easy to put together, clear and easily to understand instructions. A good thing is to have you own set of tools then you have it installed in no time. It isn't super robust, but I'm 6'1", weigh 220 and can do dips, chin and pull-ups. If you grip the handle for the dips too far out, it starts to wobble a bit. When you do the Supine Row you initially get a sense that it will not hold, but it does. Another thing when you do the dips is that you get a bit of a feeling that you are crammed in and of course you need to bend you knees quite much. Over all I'm satisfied it is very versatile product and you can do a great deal of different exercises. I couldn't fit in a taller pull up construction in my house and I didn't want to go with a doorframe construction that's why I chose a stand alone one. If I could, I would have had one with the Pull up bar at a great height, now it feels little low. It also looks quite good if that is of importance but it is a good bang for the buck I think. You just need to be prepared for that a couple of things can be broken. Not the best quality but you don't pay top dollar as you have to for others.

Updating the review after 3 month. Im even more positive to it now. It is holding up very very well. I do chin up's and Dips with 45lb extra weight, ring row and knee rais without any problems what so ever.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By boom on March 20, 2012
I have used many dip/pull-up stations and I purchased this product because of the excellent reviews. While the product is built amazingly well, and looks beautiful, it lacks a bit in functionality compared to other stations I have used.

Pros:
* Built well and easy to put together
* Looks good
* Straps for hanging knee raises
* Dip bar is decent

Cons:
* Rocks a bit when doing dips or pull-ups
* I tend to swing a bit doing pull-ups, and if you do not lower the dip bar you can find yourself bumping your legs
* The pull-up bar is kind of thick in diameter compared to normal pull up bars
* I am 68 inches and I thought the pull-up bar could have been higher
* You cannot do dips facing the station without bumping your head on the pull-up bar

My biggest dislike is the thickness of the pull-up bar as it makes it difficult to get a good grip. I would not buy this item again and would shop around a bit more before purchasing next time. To summarize, is this a nice looking functional station?, yes, is this the best one out there?, no.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By James M Gallina on July 15, 2013
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The cons: One of the pins that holds a bar in place is broken. While this didn't cause the product to stop functioning as designed, nor did it constitute a safety issue, it did break within a few days of owning the product and felt it was worth mentioning. Also, I'm 6'2" and that makes me about an inch or two too tall for a couple of the exercises.
The pros: Excellent for situps, pull ups and a number of other exercises that focus on the core and the legs. This is typically an expensive proposition without buying a bunch of free weights or expensive equipment. For the price, it gets most of the job done. I'm dropping it one star for build quality and another star because I can't use the product for 100% of its designed use (the height issue).
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By neatski on May 2, 2012
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I demand a LOT out of my workout equipment, and I use (abuse?) it to its maximum. I've been eyeing freestanding body towers for a while due to limitations in my environment (using a door-mounted pullup bar meant I had to leave my door open, and I couldn't put studs in my wall for a wall-mounted one), but I had misgivings about the sturdiness. Not only did I want to use it for pullups, chinups and dips, I also wanted to use it as an anchor point for my TRX. I also did NOT want a back for the abdominal exercise station (since this places undue pressure on the lower back).

The BodyTower delivers, and I'm very happy with it. The equipment is VERY high quality and sturdy, and it comes with clear assembly instructions. It is designed with the functional fitness enthusiast in mind: it comes with ab straps instead of those padded arm handles you normally see on power towers, as well as suspended rings for some challenging core and upper body exercises. The dip bar is adjustable, allowing a whole range of additional exercises. I have anchored my TRX on the pullup bar and can do suspended pushups, atomic pushups, suspended lunges, etc. with no stability issues.

My few minor quibbles:
-It is not quite as sturdy as gym-quality equipment. It rocks a tad when I do pullups, although not to a point at which it actually moves on the floor. The only way around this would have been to make it heavier, though, so I'm fine with it.
-I can't use the TRX anchored to the pullup bar to do exercises that require me to pull away from the bar using all my body weight, like suspended rows.
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