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Bowflex Revolution Home Gym

by Bowflex
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List Price: $2,999.00
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  • Features spiraflex resistance technology
  • Resistance curve provides a smooth and even feel
  • Easy to move from one exercise to the next
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Product Description

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Bowflex Revolution Home Gym The Bowflex Revolution Home Gym offers you a compact total body workout. The Revolution is distinguished by the company's SpiraFlex resistance technology,. Because of the SpiraFlex® technology, every exercise with the Freedom Arms™ delivers ultra-smooth, consistent resistance through the entire range of motion - an important ingredient in building lean, strong muscle. The Revolution utilizes lightweight interlocking plates which let you quickly and easily adjust the resistance from 10 to 220 pounds for upper body workouts (which can be upgraded to 300 pounds). The machine duplicates virtually every exercise from your local gym, with Freedom Arms that adjust 170 degrees to work muscles from various angles with 10 different settings so you can quickly and easily change the direction of resistance and work upper-body muscles from a variety of angles. The machine also includes a leg press plate for your lower body, along with a five-position foot harness. All told, the Revolution supports more than 100 exercises, including a comprehensive core and abs workout.


Bowflex Revolution Pulleys
Bowflex Revolution Adjustable Resistance
The unique variable independent pulleys, or Freedom Arms, adjust 170 degrees
Adjust the resistance from 10 to 220 pounds


Features and Specifications:

Bowflex Revolution
Get in shape from the convenience of your own home
  • Number of Exercises 100+
  • Resistance Technology: SpiraFlex (220lbs)
  • Maximum Configuration: 300 lbs (186 kg)
  • Functionality Leg Developer: Yes
  • Preacher Curl Attachment :Optional 
  • Gym Style Ab Attachment: Optional
  • Dimensions: Compact
  • Bench Design: Folding
  • Workout Area 10' x 7' x 7'
  • Machine Weight 157 lbs (71 kg) 
  • Maximum User Weight 300 lbs (136 kg)
  • Extras: Workout DVD


Bowflex Revolution
Bowflex Revolution Home Gym



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MSRP
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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]
  • Shipping Weight: 382 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000XU5U7A
  • Item model number: Revolution
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,006 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I weigh in at 140# and this machine cant handle me .
joe
Simple to set up, easy to switch and change for different exercises, good range of weight, and overall a good design.
Richard Bullotta
If you do choose to get a home gym system, this one is a good choice.
T. S.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

110 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Porfie Medina on November 18, 2007
I have never been in to the Bowflex infomercials, but I was fascinated by the new technology behind this Bowflex model. I researched this Bowflex Revolution on the internet and found mostly positive reviews. This item was one of Mens Health Top 100 Products of 2005, and these guys are the experts when it comes to Mens fitness. Popular Mechanics says "We don't normally endorse anything sold via infomercials, but testing is believing and the Bowflex Revolution is the first Bowflex we've tried that lives up to its own hype." Even football legend Brett Favre believes in this product enough to endorse it. I do not work for Bowflex, but I do believe in this product enough after using it and seeing results. I can truly say is this is an amazing machine. After one heck of a nightmare with other machines the Bowflex Revolution has finally met my fitness goals. I have had the Revolution since August 2006 and am very familiar with it and I love it. I loved my bench and free weights, but you usually need a spotter to max out otherwise you risk hurting yourself. After my free weights I went to the Crossbow and the Crossbow Platinum from weider. I had my original crossbow about 1 year and I hated the inconsistent feel of the bows (just like the regular Bowflex models) compared to free weights. I eventually upgraded to the Crossbow Platinum with the built in personal trainer. That machine was ok and worked for about 2 years before the electronics console completely stopped working and my machine would not calibrate properly. After having 2 cheap machines I ended up going with the Bowflex Revolution. I am about 5'10" and this machine works great. It is a little strange at first, but after a week or so you get the hang of it.Read more ›
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97 of 108 people found the following review helpful By T. S. VINE VOICE on July 30, 2009
This review may sound a little negative, but . .well, I'll explain. I do use this machine pretty regularly and enjoy working out on it. But it ain't cheap, and it ain't perfect, either, especially if you're a complete novice to weightlifting.

Over the years, I've worked out in gyms and I've worked out at home both with older Bowflex power-rod models and with this one. I'm about the furthest thing there is from a walking mile of muscle, but I try to at least maintain a basic fitness level. Overall, I prefer lifting in a gym with a friend as a spotter, for a lot of reasons -- working out with a friend helps educate you about proper lifting technique, the buddy system works as motivator, and many of the most efficient excercises for muscle gain -- deadlifts, military press, squats -- require either free weights or a dedicated Smith machine, and can't be performed on this machine.

But if you don't have any friends to lift with you and there aren't any gyms nearby, or if (like me) you simply don't have the time to make it to the gym regularly, you can get a decent workout with a bowflex system. I've had this machine for about three years now, and I use it fairly consistently (usually in six month on/ six month off cycles, as I watch my belly fat expand and retract). If you do choose to get a home gym system, this one is a good choice. It does let you fit a lot of exercises into a small space, and it's great for working out at home safely without a spotter -- essentially, it functions as a combination cable machine and adjustable-weight dumbbell set, with some qualifications (as noted below).
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Eric Gardner on August 9, 2008
I recently bought this product. I have trained and worked out for over 30 years. I have competed in body building in the past also. My current schedule left me unable to make it to a gym with the frequency that I like so I started my search for a good home gym product that could give me a complete workout. I researched for over 2 months before deciding to part with the money for this system. It is very heavy and once emplaced it is best to leave it where you set it up. As to working out it has amazing resistance and feel. I like to train the negative side of the muscle with contractions while lowering the weight and this machine gives a great smooth movement. It takes some getting used to and of course it is not as good as some of the specialized machines in the gym. Bottom line, this is an excellent choice to get a work out from home with no waiting for equipment to come available.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Normandie on January 5, 2009
I have never been a home machine fan maybe because I was into free weights many years ago. But after finishing my basement and at the urging of my wife we decided to make a gym area. The room is 10 feet by 16 feet by 7 feet 6 inches high. You will need about that size to be comfortable , 9 by 12 feet could work. Depends how much room you want to walk around. I initially was looking at a different machine but ran across this by chance, used but in perfect condition. It was already assembled in a basement. I just had to disconnect 4 bolts and away I went. The couple I bought it from said it was time consuming putting it together but they got through it. They also told me if you decided to return it ,everything had to go back perfectly in the box , which they said would be difficult! Plus you have to pay about $300 to return. So I would check on that. This is a very good machine. It does everything you want it to do and than some. You can go to youtube and look it up. I'm not saying that the new generation of other equipment out there isnt as good. Some are. All I'm saying is if this is the machine you are thinking of getting and you don't mind the price tag and you have the room for it, get it. sure its a pain to put together. Hire someone, if you can afford this machine than you can spend $150 more for peace of mind. By the way the plates take a little time to get used to putting on and taking off. Also my wife has never worked out before and she goes to the room by herself and does it all. So far so good. the only problem for me is the range of motion on maybe one exercise , but they show you different ways to hit that muscle group. This thing looks inferior built when you see it but it is not. Its not made the same way as a traditional machine that has to pull heavy weights up and down. it has thick rubber bands in hard plastic plates. Anyways ...I've had it two years and love it. Just use it and you'll love it too.
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