- Base platform
- Lower pulley/squat station
- Lat station
- Lat bar
- Leg curl/extension station
The sliding seat allows for aerobic rowing while a Bowflex equipment mat is included for stability and floor protection. The Conquest folds up and rolls on wheels for convenient storage.
Bowflex's patented Power Rods provide resistance, or weight, that feels as good as or better than free weights--but without the inertia or risk of joint pain usually associated with free weights. You can hook one, two, three, four or all of your Power Rod units to the cable pulley system and go from as little as 5 pounds all the way up to 210 pounds of resistance.
They're precisely manufactured from a high-tech composite material under the highest quality control measures, then sheathed and tested four separate times to ensure quality and durability. The Power Rod units are so strong, you can flex them repeatedly but you won't be able to wear them out. In fact, they're so strong, they're backed by a lifetime warranty.
- Weight resistance: 210 pounds
- Number of exercises: 65
- Open dimensions: 40 inches wide by 76 inches long by 84 inches tall
- Folded dimensions: 40 inches wide by 40 inches long by 84 inches tall
- Maximum user weight capacity: 300 pounds
Three-year warranty on machine; lifetime warranty on Power Rods
What's in the Box?
Bowflex Conquest home gym unit, instructional video, equipment mat, and t-bar
About Home Gyms
While offering the convenience of working out in the comfort and privacy of your own home, home gyms also allow you to focus on specific routines without having to wait in line or switch between a complex array of machines. In addition to improving strength, power, coordination, and muscular endurance, weight training can enhance weight reduction, enhance the immune and cardiovascular systems, and help prevent injuries. In general, home gym machines are compact units designed to strengthen and exercise many parts of the body. While no single home gym can provide a complete strength training solution, they are a convenient way to combine many exercises into a single unit. Some home gyms focus exclusively on upper-body workouts, while other, more advanced units focus on upper- and lower-body conditioning.