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Bowflex Xtreme 2 Home Gym

by Bowflex

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  • Compact, easy-to-use home gym
  • Change exercises more quickly and easily without cable changes
  • 210 pounds of Power Rod resistance standard--optionally upgradeable up to 310 or 410 pounds
  • Lat tower features two adjustable positions with angled lat bar
  • Four-position adjustable lower pulleys with longer squat station
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Product Description

Product Description

We took the Xtreme and improved it. The Xtreme 2 includes a lat tower featuring 2 adjustable positions with angled lat bar to build back and shoulder muscles quickly with this integrated tower; 4 position adjustable lower pulleys with longer squat station to do squats and build your glutes, hamstrings and quads; and a leg extension/leg curl attachment to develop strong, muscular legs. Other features include: gym-style vertical workout position, adjustable quick-release seat with polyurethane cushion, contoured extra wide seat back for added stability and support during lat exercises, reinforced "X"-shaped base for maximum stability, compact size for smaller workout spaces, triple function hand-grip/ankle cuffs, and multiple cable/pulley positions for custom workouts. And, the Xtreme 2 lets you change exercises more quickly and easily with no cable changes needed between exercises and stations. These features let you perform over 75 exercises. Comes with owner's manual/fitness guide.

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The Bowflex Xtreme 2 Home Gym allows you to work out at home with more than 70 different exercises to work a wide range of muscles. The Xtreme 2 lets you change exercises more quickly and easily with no cable changes needed between exercises. The Lat Tower adjusts to two positions and offers an angled lat bar, helping to build back and shoulder muscles quickly. The four-position adjustable lower pulleys provide a longer squat time, great for building up your glutes, hamstrings and quads.

The Xtreme 2 comes with 210 pounds of Bowflex Power Rod resistance, and it can be upgraded with optional add-ons for resistance up to 310 or 410 pounds. Other features include an adjustable, quick-release seat with polyurethane cushion, contoured, extra wide seat back for added stability and support during lat exercises, reinforced "X"-shaped base for maximum stability, triple function hand-grip/ankle cuffs, and multiple cable/pulley positions for custom workouts. It comes with a printed fitness guide and operating/installation instructions. It's backed by a 7-year limited warranty on materials and workmanship.

  • Height: 6 feet, 11 inches
  • Length: 4 feet, 8 inches
  • Width: 4 feet, 2 inches
  • Workout Area: 7 x 6 foot

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

  • Shipping Weight: 250 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.
  • ASIN: B000BNY872
  • Item model number: Bowflex Xtreme 2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #397,488 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Great customer satisfaction.
Dude
You should also upgrade to AT LEAST 310lb rods, because the leg exercises are pretty easy and you'll need the extra rods.
Machine Gun
Moving from one exercise to another is very quick once you get into the routine.
D. E. Carr

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Wildcat Guy on August 7, 2006
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I did a ton of research before buying the X2. I run on a treadmill 3 or 4 days a week (about 12-15 miles a week) and work up a good sweat, and my lower body is pretty lean. However, being almost 40, and not having trained with weights since high school, I felt I needed to start doing some weight/resistance training, particularly on my upper body.

Well, after 3 weeks, I can tell a huge difference after using this machine. I'm also glad I got the X2 instead of the X because of the ability to work out faster without pully changes.

I also have been able to gradually increase the weight so that I'm going to buy the two 50 rod extensions. I highly recommend this machine to anyone who doesn't feel comfortable in a gym, and/or just doesn't have the time to go. I have small kids and being able to hit this machine at 5:30 am when everyone is still asleep is a huge benefit for me.

As for assembly, it was fairly easy if you follow directions. The only difficult part was the pully system - make sure you have it right as that is the backbone of the entire system. The pics in the instructions could have been a little clearer. Otherwise, bottom line is that this thing works and was a great purchase.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Dude on February 15, 2007
All five boxes arrived in relatively good shape... some punctures but not bad. The internal components are packaged in styrofoam so they are well protected. I decided on the Xtreme2 after trying out the Bowflex SE and the Xtreme(1). The Bowflex SE's seat was very uncomfortable for me and didn't have the multi-pulley system like the Xtreme2 so it would require a little more effort to move cables around. I would recommend the Xtreme2 over the SE for a few hundred dollars more. Setup took me about 4 hours, but I was moving at a slow pace so as not to miss any components. The instructions are pretty good. When assembled you can see that this is a real solid piece of workout equipment. Bowflex did a good job on it. Have been using it for approx a month and am amazed at the many positions that are available and probably lots more if you use your imagination. Highly recommend the Xtreme2 for those who know that this is the machine that they want. Serious bodybuilders should go elsewhere because the resistance is a totally different feel and I know the weights do not compare one to one for the Bowflex versus free weights. For anyone wanting to put on muscle and tone this is a great machine. If your sole purpose is to get "huge" you should get some type of power rack. I did call Bowflex three times with some minor questions/comments and they answered the phone within 15 seconds each and every time day or night. Great customer satisfaction. One last thing, if you are serious about working out and are fairly strong, get the 310 upgrade because it will make changing out rods much easier for you. Look around for prices too.

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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Machine Gun on December 11, 2006
This machine is very well put together, and Xtremely sturdy. It took a friend and I two hours to put it together, so be prepared for that. While assembly was a bit trying, the end results are worth it. As a 40 year old man, I wanted to start working out again. I hadn't worked out since my Memphis State days, and I didn't want to join a gym. I have the 410lb model, and it will be all the resistance that I'll ever need. As I said earlier, the motion is smooth and challenging. While the power rods do deliver tough resistance, it is not challenging as free weights. For example I can bench press 300lbs on my X2, but on free weights I can do only about 240lb. That is a big difference, and all the exercises are that way too. That being said, I still find the bowflex to be a great homegym and I'm getting the results I desire. I'm not trying to get as huge as a wrestler, but the bowflex is changing my body and adding mass. Don't pay attention to the bowflex commercials, where the guys are ripped to the bone. That just won't happen on a bowflex machine, and I'm glad they've started showcasing real people with real results. For the average man or woman, this machine will deliver. With around 100 different exercises and variations, you can target all your muscles:legs, chest, arms, abs, back, and shoulders. I'm very please with the 10 months I've been on the machine. Though its kinda pricey, its worth using my tax refund on it. If you are thinking about a homegym, the I highly recommend this machine. You should also upgrade to AT LEAST 310lb rods, because the leg exercises are pretty easy and you'll need the extra rods. For guys, I think you should get the 410lb rods because you'll see rapid results. I've gone from benching 220 to 300lb in less than a year. There are cheaper machines, and free weights will give you much better results. But if you're looking for an all in one machine, that will last for years, then try the Xtreme2!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By F. David on October 11, 2007
This is last year's model and is the same model as the Extreme 2 SE, but without the ab crunch mechanism. The thing is, you'll save about $500 or more buying the Extreme 2. You can later add the ab crunch mechanism for $199 or buy the preacher curl addition for $139 on the Bowflex website- if you want it or really need it. The Extreme 2 is also better than the Extreme or the Extreme SE. You have more position options for overhead and squat exercises. You also don't have to change cables as in the regular extreme.
I put it together by myself meticulously over 4 hours. If I rushed maybe 3 hours. Get a friend to help you. Now, this is a good sized, sturdy, heavy machine, which does seem to hide in a corner well. It's height is 6'11. The plus is that it looks great, better than my old equipment. Equipment needs to be pleasing to the eye so you want to go and use it often.
Buy a $20, four wheel dolly at a hardware store. I was able to slip it underneath and wheel it anywhere I needed myself. I will move it from the family room if I have a party.
Time and efficiency were the main reasons I purchased this unit without having to go over a thousand dollars. I also don't have to have a spotter. I bought the bowflex weight upgrades and have maxed it out on squats. The feel is smooth and less stressful on joints. It has a different feel than free weights. I still have my olympic bench and free weights when I need a different exercise.
The upper back seat is ergonomic and wide which makes it very comfortable. I can watch TV nicely as I sit.
People who have come to the house want to get one and think it is "cool". It also has a great warranty.
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