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Bowflex Ultimate XTLU Home Gym [Discontinued]

by Bowflex

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  • Get a total body workout in your own home with over 90 exercises
  • Provides 310 pounds of resistance via Bowflex Power Rods--upgradable to 410 pounds
  • Lat tower with angled lat bar, lower pulley/squat station, leg extension/leg curl attachment, sliding seat for rowing
  • Folds to a compact size (27 by 49 inches)
  • Five-year warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

Take fitness to a whole new level with the Bowflex Ultimate. It's one of our most effective machines giving you an incredible leg, ab and upper body workout.

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Get serious about your strength training at home with the Bowflex Ultimate XTLU home gym, which includes everything you need to keep fit and build up muscles in your own home. It comes standard with 310 pounds of real Power Rod resistance (which can be upgraded to 410 pounds with optional additional Power Rods). The Ultimate includes a lat tower with an angled bar to help you build back and shoulder muscles, a low pulley/squat station for building glutes, hamstrings, and quads, and a leg extension/curl station for developing muscular legs. The adjustable pulley system is designed to change your angle of resistance to help increase the effectiveness of many upper body exercises. It also offers a smooth, built-in rowing machine. When you're done with the workout, the Ultimate folds down and can be rolled away via its integrated wheels.

The Ultimate utilizes Bowflex's patented Power Rods, which 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 310 pounds of resistance. The Rods are precisely manufactured from a high-tech composite material under the highest quality control measures, then sheathed and tested 4 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, Bowflex backs them with its No-Time-Limit Warranty free replacement offer.

Specifications:



    The Ultimate XTLU folds to 27 by 49 inches for easy storage.
  • Standard Weight Resistance: 310 pounds / 140 kg
  • Workout area: 7 by 9 feet
  • Dimensions: 83 by 98 by 50 inches / 211 x 249 x 127 cm (H x L x W)
  • Folded footprint: 27 by 49 inches / 69 x 125 cm
  • Workout Area: 7 by 9 feet / 213 x 274 cm
  • Maximum User Weight: 300 pounds / 136 kg
  • High density padding with vinyl cover
  • Powder-coated heavy-duty steel frame
  • Exercises: 90+

Key Features:

  • 310 pounds of Power Rod Resistance: Bowflex Power Rod units give you 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
  • Lat Tower with Angled Lat Bar: Build back and shoulder muscles quickly with this integrated tower
  • Built-In Rowing Machine: Ultra smooth built-in rowing machine for calorie-burning, cardiovascular warm-up and cool-down
  • Leg extension/leg curl attachment: Use for exercises to develop strong, muscular legs.
  • 5-Way Hand-Grip/Ankle Cuffs: Unique handgrip is designed to add flexibility and performance to any workout; functions include a regular grip, non-grip cuff, ankle cuff, foot cuff, and a shoulder cuff
  • Built-in Adjustable Pulley System: Adjust the pulleys for challenging bench-press and chest-fly exercises
  • T-Bar: Adds intensity to your rowing workout
  • Leg-Press Belt: Perfect for leg press and seated hamstring curl exercises

Included Attachments and Accessories:

  • Leg Attachment
  • Lat Tower Attachment
  • Aerobic Rower
  • Squat Station
  • Adjustable Main Pulley System

Exercises:

  • Bench Press
  • Chest Fly
  • Incline Bench Press
  • Decline Bench Press
  • Resisted Punch
  • Lying Cable Crossover
  • Flat Barbell Bench Press
  • Seated Shoulder Press
  • Front Shoulder Press
  • Rear Deltoid Rows
  • Standing Lateral Shoulder Raise
  • Seated Lateral Shoulder Raise
  • Scapular Protraction
  • Scapular Depression
  • Shoulder Rotator Cuff Internal Rotation
  • Shoulder Rotator Cuff External Rotation
  • Shoulder Extension
  • Shoulder Shrug
  • Barbell Shoulder Shrug
  • Lying Front Shoulder Raise
  • Reverse Fly
  • Military Press
  • Standing Rear Deltoid Row
  • Standing Cable Cross Rear Deltoid Row
  • Standing Shoulder Extension
  • Standing Shoulder Internal Rotation
  • Standing Shoulder External Rotation
  • Lying Shoulder Pullover
  • Wide Pulldowns
  • Narrow Pulldowns
  • Lying Lat Pulldowns
  • Lying Narrow Lat Pulldowns
  • Low Back Extensions
  • Seated Lat Rows
  • Lying Lat Fly
  • Reverse Grip Pulldowns
  • Scapular Retraction
  • Stiff Arm Pulldown
  • Barbell Bent Over Row
  • Standing Lat Row Alternating Motion Low Pulley
  • Standing Single Arm Lat Row Low Pulley
  • Standing Low Back Extension
  • French Press
  • Lying Triceps Extension
  • Lying 45-Degree Tricep Extension
  • Triceps Pushdown
  • Rope Pushdowns
  • Single-Arm Pushdown
  • Cross Triceps Extension
  • Triceps Kickback
  • Seated Triceps Extension
  • Standing Biceps Curl
  • Seated Biceps Curl
  • Seated Wrist Extension
  • Standing Wrist Extension
  • Seated Wrist Curl
  • Standing Wrist Curl
  • Reverse Curl
  • Lying Biceps Curl
  • Reverse Grip Barbell Curls
  • Barbell Curls
  • Seated (resisted) Abdominal Crunch
  • Seated (resisted) Oblique Crunch
  • Reverse Crunch
  • Resisted Reverse Crunch
  • Trunk Rotation
  • Abdominal Crunch
  • Leg Extension
  • Leg Curl
  • The Squat
  • Leg Press
  • Lying (Prone) Leg Curl
  • Standing Hip Extension
  • Standing Hip Flexion
  • Seated Leg Curl
  • Lying Leg Extension
  • Seated (straight Leg) Calf Raise
  • Standing Leg Kickback
  • Kneeling Leg Kickback
  • Standing Hip Abduction
  • Seated Hip Adduction
  • Seated Hip Abduction
  • Ankle Inversion
  • Ankle Eversion
  • Deadlift
  • Stiff-Leg Deadlift
  • Standing Hip Flexion
  • Standing Hip Internal Rotation
  • Standing Hip External Rotation

Manufacturer's Warranty
10-year limited warranty on materials and workmanship

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.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 2 inches ; 13 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13 pounds
  • 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: USA
  • ASIN: B000GDFVP0
  • Item model number: Ultimate Home Gym
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #973,137 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I highly recommend the Bowflex for anybody looking for a good workout at home.
RL
Additionally, changing the weight and cables is quick and easy, making the transition from one exercise to another quick, so you can keep your heart rate elevated.
J. Sage
Using the Bowflex, I've been able to rebuild some of the muscle tone and would highly recommend this for anyone who needs physical therapy requiring weights.
delicateflower152

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 76 people found the following review helpful By John Dane on July 19, 2004
Though once this piece of excercise equipment is built, it's everything the advertisements, from print to infomercial, declare. However, somewhere, I swear, I read it takes only 45 minutes to put together and just taking the parts from the 5 large boxes took well over an hour. Further, the actual installation took over two days; and I'd like to think my buddy and myself are pretty good at these things. However, as I said, once put together, this is one solid, helpful piece of excercise equipment. One more thing, be sure you have the space for it once assembled. It really is a large piece of equipment, both vertically and horizontally. Good Luck!
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Garrett Butler on November 8, 2004
The Bowflex is one of the most amazing machines I have ever used. With its range of exercises and a little creativity on your part, you can do just about any exercise you want to do. I completely recommend this if you don't have the time to go to the gym or if you just really enjoy working out at home.

One disclaimer, don't think you can get the same results you can get from free weights. If you are an avid free-weight lifter, you can get your kicks out of maxing the leg press and perhaps even maxing the bench. The PowerRods have a tension that is proportional to the amount of bend you give them. Thus, if you do an exercise with 100 pounds of resistance, but only move the power rods through their first half of bend, you aren't getting 100 pounds of resistance. Also, when you extend the arms of the pulleys to do the wide grip bench, you decrease the amount of bend in the rods to the point where, even if you bend them all the way, you aren't getting full resistance.

Don't get me wrong, I love this thing; I've had mine for the past 2 years and it is amazing. I work out twice a day for about 45 minutes to an hour each session, only because I don't have the time to make it to the gym. Get this if you are very serious about workout out at home and don't have a lot of space to fit other equipment. Make sure you have a positive attitude going into the lifting programs. Experiment with ideas on different exercise movements. More than anything, this piece of equipment is a blast to use, have fun with it!
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By delicateflower152 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 21, 2004
I'm a small person, not a bodybuilder and hated free weights. However, I realized as I got older that I really needed to do some type of strength training. I'd been thinking about a Bowflex and after looking at the literature, decided I wanted an Ultimate. I purchased a used one and don't recommend that route since the seller lost some of the parts and delivered a damaged machine (long story). I was able to order the missing pieces from Bowflex, but it took forever to get them. Once I was able to use the machine, I absolutely loved it. It's especially good for me since I'm usually alone when I work out and was concerned about injury with free weights or other types of exercise/weight machines. Additionally, due to a neurological problem, I had little extensor function in one hand. Using the Bowflex, I've been able to rebuild some of the muscle tone and would highly recommend this for anyone who needs physical therapy requiring weights. I use this faithfully every day, alternating between arm exercises and shoulder exercises. It's a pleasure to use and not at all tedious. I think I probably could have done with one model under this since I never use the leg equipment. Nevertheless, I'd recommend buying this item new from the manufacturer. It's pricey, but well worth the money.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Sage on December 10, 2005
I have been using a Bowflex for years. I am a huge fan. Although I rip the Xtreme2 in my review of it, I love the Ultimate. The workout is as good and maybe even better than the gym.

I'm a big guy and fairly strong. The Bowflex gives me a great workout and even challenges me. I honestly think its a better workout than the gym because with this, I can go very heavy and not worry about having a spotter or dropping the weight on me. You can apply all bodybuilding techniques, including pyramiding, drop sets, rest pause sets, low reps, high reps, heavy duty, etc. Additionally, changing the weight and cables is quick and easy, making the transition from one exercise to another quick, so you can keep your heart rate elevated.

I have put on alot of mass since getting my new Ultimate not too long ago. Those who say you can't go heavy or can't get a gym-type of workout must not be doing it right.

This equipment can and, if properly applied,will give you a kick a_ _ workout.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By in2food on December 21, 2004
OK, I'm not THAT old (51) but I was starting to feel that way. One day I woke up and realized I was 25 pounds overweight. Add to that my rising blood pressure and poor lung capacity and you get the average guy in his 50's. As I wathched the Bowflex infomercial I just said to my wife "I've had it!" I went out and got one that weekend.

Well, with the help of Bowflex and the accompanying diet info I lost the 25 pounds and have kept it off for almost 2 years now. In addition, I got into good enough shape that last year my wife and I bought bicycles for Christmas and have had a great time riding on weekends.

My blood pressure dropped and I can easily wear 34 waist pants again! I have had to buy new clothes but it's $ well spent.

Take my word for it, dieting alone will not do it. Get a Bowflex, follow the diet plan, and use the machine... You WILL succeed!

Oh, one more thing. Be warned. As the pounds drop off, be prepared for lots of comments. Some folks will be complimentary but other nay-sayers will try to drag you down by saying things like you're losing too much weight. It sure is nice to be complimented at my age.

Good luck!!!
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