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Bowflex Xtreme 2SE Home Gym (2013)

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  • Offers over 70 exercises for a total body workout
  • 210-pounds of power rod resistance is upgradeable to 310-pounds or 410-pounds
  • Compact size fits nearly any home gym leaving room for additional exercise equipment
  • Build back and shoulder muscles quickly with the integrated lat tower and angled lat bar
  • Move quickly from exercise to exercise without having to change to cable set up

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Product Description

Bowflex Xtreme 2SE

Xtreme 2SE

The Bowflex Xtreme 2SE

Looking for a total body workout but you're on a budget? The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE offers a compact total-body workout solution that allows you to perform over 70 exercises.  It includes a Lat Tower, leg extension, abdominal crunch harness and a 4-position lower pulley/squat station.  The Xtreme 2 SE 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 210 pounds of resistance (can be upgraded to 410 pounds). Other features include a no-change cable pulley system, an ergonomic adjustable seat, and 5-way hand grip/ankle cuffs.

 



 

Revolutionary No-Change Cable Pulley System

Lets you move from squats to lats to leg workouts without ever changing cables. That means you'll save time and keep your heart rate up as you progress through your workout.

Xtreme 2SE Pulley System

 
 

Upgradeable Resistance



210 lbs of Power Rod® Resistance Standard

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. The Bowflex Xtreme® 2 SE comes standard with 210 lbs / 95 kg and is upgradeable up to 310 lbs / 140 kg or 410 lbs / 186 kg!



 
 

Over 70 gym-quality exercises

Instructions for each exercise can be found in the owner’s manual, the include 6 chest, 14 shoulder, 16 back, 24 arm, 3 abdominal and 10 leg.


Xtreme 2SE

 

Other Features

Lat Tower with Angled Lat Bar
Build back and shoulder muscles quickly with this integrated tower.

4-Position Lower Pulley/Squat Station
Use this station to do squats and build your glutes, hamstrings and quads.

Leg Extension
Use for exercises to develop strong, muscular legs.

Abdominal Crunch Shoulder Harness
All new ab harness and ab pulley bar help you build strong, defined abs.

Ergonomic Adjustable Seat with Polyurethane Cushion
New design provides added back support for leg exercises and knee support for lat exercises.

Compact Size for Smaller Workout Space
Gym-style vertical workout position. Reinforced "X"-shaped base for maximum stability.

5-Way Hand-Grip/Ankle Cuffs
Our 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.

Multiple Cable/Pulley Positions
Designed to change your angle of resistance - increases the effectiveness of many exercises.

List of Exercises

Arm Exercises
  • Triceps Pushdown w/ Hand Grips
  • Triceps Hammer Pushdown
  • Triceps Pushdown w/ Lat Pulldown Bar
  • Single Arm Pushdown
  • Triceps Extension
  • Cross Triceps Extension
  • Hammer Triceps Extension
  • "Rope" Pushdowns
  • Seated Biceps Curl
  • Standing Biceps Curl
  • Concentration Biceps Curl
  • Hammer Biceps Curl
  • Barbell Biceps Curl
  • Reverse Barbell Biceps Curl
  • Seated Hammer Biceps Curl
  • Reverse Curl
  • Triceps Kickback
  • Hammer Triceps Kickback
  • Arm Opposition Push-pull
  • Upper Body Opposition Push-pull
  • Wrist Extension
  • Wrist Curl
  • Resisted Dip
Shoulder Exercises
  • Crossover Rear Delt Rows
  • Crossover High Rear Delt Rows
  • Reverse Fly
  • Crossover Reverse Fly
  • Seated Shoulder Press
  • Front Shoulder Raise
  • Shoulder Extension
  • Shoulder Shrug
  • Scapular Protraction
  • Scapular Depression
  • Lateral Shoulder Raise
  • Seated Forearm Lateral Shoulder Raise
  • Shoulder Rotator Cuff (internal)
  • Shoulder Rotator Cuff (external)
  • Crossover Seated Rear Delt Rows
  • Scapular Retraction

Leg Exercises

  • Leg Extension
  • Squat
  • Calf Raise
  • Single Leg Calf Raise
  • Standing Hip Extension (knee bent)
  • Standing Hip Extension (knee extended)
  • Standing Hip Abduction
  • Standing Hip Adduction
  • Leg Kickback
  • Hip Flexion
  • Dead Lift
  • Stiff Leg Dead Lift


Back Exercises
  • Standing Low Back Extension
  • Bent Rear Delt Row
  • Crossover Bent Rear Delt Row
  • Seated Wide Lat Pulldowns
  • Narrow Pulldowns w/ Lat Pulldown Bar
  • Narrow Pulldowns w/ Hand Grips
  • Reverse Grip Pulldowns
  • Crossover Wide Pulldowns
  • Crossover Narrow Pulldowns
  • Pulldowns
  • Stiff Arm Pulldowns
  • Standing Shoulder Pullover w/ Hand Grips
  • Crossover Seated Lat Rows
  • Seated Lat Rows
  • Reverse Grip Pulldown with Lat Bar

Chest Exercises

  • Bench Press
  • Chest Fly
  • Decline Bench Press
  • Incline Bench Press
  • Decline Chest Fly
  • Incline Chest Fly
Abdominal Exercises
  • Seated (resisted) Abdominal Crunch
  • Seated (resisted) Oblique Abdominal Crunch
  • Trunk Rotation



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MSRP
$499.00
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$1,599.00
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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

  • Shipping Weight: 203 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00CCA45GQ
  • Item model number: 100334
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,078 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Easy to operate and very versatile.
Shannon Hoffman
My husband had no problems putting it together, it took less then 90 mins.
Karen
I use mine every other day and can really tell the difference in my body.
BevAllen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By G. Cox VINE VOICE on December 7, 2013
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This is my third Boflex if you can believe it. My first Bowflex was the Bowflex PR1000 Home Gym in about 2001 or so - can't remember exactly. I really liked it except for the amount of floor space it required. But as I remember, it could be folded up and rolled to a large closet for storage. I think they have changed the design somewhat now. I don't see any wheels. I sold it when I moved to China for a few years. I purchased a Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym here on Amazon in May 2011 when I returned from China. It is almost the same as the Bowflex Xtreme SE except for the seat back and a lat bar at the top. I'm not sure what they changed to come up with so many extra exercises between the two versions. Personally, I still like the Bowflex PR1000 because of the sliding seat rail, but I have to admit that it does take up a lot of floor space. I think the new version is the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym. I will become 70 years old in a few months and I like to keep in shape even though it is becoming more of an effort the older I get. You are never too old to use exercise equipment like the Bowflex. And you are never too young to start (above a reasonable age).

I've worked out in a gym with weight machines and I prefer the power rods. I think they are carbon fiber, but they don't mention the material anymore. What I do know is that after exercising, you really need to unpin them and bundle them back in an upright state. Otherwise, the rods do begin to have a bent state.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Dat Hong VINE VOICE on December 19, 2013
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This Bowflex came in 4 separate boxes on a palette and was shipped to me by a freight company. An 18 wheeler came down my street and unloaded this. The indivudual boxes were not that heavy, but the freight company said it was 300+ pounds total (probably included weight of palette).

I also own the PR1000 and use that on and off. The PR1000 came in one giant box by FedEx and was a pain to un-box and carry everything to the basement. Not with the 2SE. I was able to carry all four boxes down the basement intact and then build it. It only took a few hours to un-box and assemble with a helper.

The 2SE is a few steps up from the entry level PR1000. You can still get a decent exercise on both machines, but this one allows you to upgrade the weights to 310 lbs or 410 lbs by purchasing extra rods. The PR1000 does not. This one also advertises 70+ exercises compared to the 30+ with the PR1000. I like that this one comes with the lat bar because the PR1000 does not.

The build quality on this machine is a lot nicer. It feels and looks more industrial. It looks more like something you would find in an actual gym.

If you feel the 210 lbs is too little, try slowing down your movement and go slower. You will feel a difference. Resistance training and free weights both have their advantages and disadvantages. If you just want to get in shape, or stay in shape and want a safe environment to work out in, this machine is for you.

I get a great workout every time with the Bowflex and will continue to use it. If you have the space for it, I highly recommend this.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Larry T. Griffin on February 17, 2014
If you're short on time or attention, the Bowflex Xtreme is a great way to build endurance and strength at a decent price.

The details:
I bought this model new as a replacement for my Boxflex PowerPro XTL which I bought from a friend for $100. If you've never had a home gym before, a used model is a cheaper way to find out if you're going to use it. I used the PowerPro quite a bit but there were some things I didn't like and hoped the new model would improve upon. I'm very pleased to report that nearly every gripe I had about the PowerPro has been addressed.

Improvements:
- The Xtreme cables are all routed together and there's no need to reroute and attach hooks to the different sections.
- The machine is more compact than the PowerPro. It still takes up a fair amount of space but the bench doesn't extend out 4-5 feet like the old one. The Xtreme does not have an option to do rows but I never did those, anyway.
- The grip locations are much better. It's far more comfortable (and safe!) to do presses and flies with this model. It's even possible to do a useful biceps curl. It also comes with two sets of grips.
- The construction and materials are higher quality. The PowerPro wasn't bad but the Xtreme is definitely more solid. Neither one are as beefy as a professional multi-station gym but I'm confident that I won't break it.
- The different seating and pulley positions make it easier for my wife and kids to use it. The seat is at a funny angle and felt a little odd, at first but I don't notice it now.

Assembly:
- This thing comes in four big boxes on a pallet. Make sure you have room to get everything open and sorted.
- I probably spent 3-4 total hours getting it assembled.
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