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Total Gym 1100

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  • Total Gym 1100 features an ergonomic glide board that allows you to tone, sculpt, and strengthen your entire body
  • With 60 exercises that use body weight and gravity for smooth and effective resistance
  • Resistance levels are easy to adjust by simply changing the angle of the glide board
  • Includes handles as well as wing and leg attachments
  • Measures 99.5 x 43.75 x 16 inches (W x H x D); weighs 54 pounds; 1-year warranty
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The Total Gym 1100

The Total Gym 1100 is designed to help you tone, sculpt, and strengthen your entire body without requiring the bulk and expense of a complete home gym. The Total Gym 1100's ergonomic glide board has handles that allow you to work your upper body, lower body, and abdominal muscles. Meanwhile, included leg and wing attachments allow you to focus on your legs and arms. The compact, efficient trainer can replace an entire gym of equipment, yet folds away for easy storage in a closet.

A Highly Versatile Workout--At Your Level

The Total Gym 1100 offers more than 60 different exercises that allow you to lift an adjustable percentage of your own body weight against gravity. The glide board based exercises are smooth and fluid. As your strength and conditioning improves, you can boost your resistance percentage easily increasing the incline and body weight lifted in each exercise.

Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 99.5 by 43.75 by 16 inches (WxHxD)
  • Weight: 54 pounds
  • Warranty: One Year

Product Description

The Total Gym 1100 is a compact, efficient trainer that replaces an entire gym of equipment.

Important Information

Safety Warning
As with any exercise program, consult your physician before you begin.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 99.5 x 16 x 43.8 inches ; 54 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 68.1 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.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000667KQU
  • Item model number: C14050-2A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,811 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The Total Gym 1100 is worth buying.
AG
Very versatile for various exercises for both upper and lower body.
JR
I highly reccommend the Total Gym 1100.
Marcus Nix

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

I'm a pretty unlikely reviewer for exercise equipment. I'm an outdoor enthusiast and enjoy a variety of spots with my family (biking, hiking, skiing, etc) but have zero interest in home exercise equipment, body building, etc.

But about 10 years ago accidentally stumbled upon a Total Gym (early model - 1000 maybe?) at a damaged freight auction, of all places. I saw a pallet stacked about 5 feet high with all sorts of metal pieces, some mangled pretty bad. In the middle of the mangled mess I saw the Bowflex logo, got excited, and bought the pallet for $5.

When I got it to my garage, I was able to piece together 3 complete machines - a Bowflex, a Total Gym, and a Gazelle. (The rest was bent or incomplete). So I had a blast testing these three machines (probably $2,000 of equipment I got for $5!). The Bowflex seemed like a great strength training/muscle building machine, but took up way too much room and I sold it pretty quickly. The Gazelle was a load of fun - used it for about 4 years. Provided a nice gentle workout. And it was light, folded up nice, but the handles are curved so it wouldn't fit under a bed or in the closet. I decided to sell it when I moved, but probably would have kept it if I had the space.

The machine that made the cut was the Total Gym. It seemed to do the job of both the Gazelle & the Bowflex - it's advertised for strength training, but actually I primarily use it for aerobic. My favorite aerobic exercise is the row machine function (which obviously also works the arms & chest), but there are a variety of other aerobic exercises as well.

This model is pretty light (maybe it's 54 pounds like the box says, but it seems lighter to me), and will fold up and store in the closet or under most beds.
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113 of 120 people found the following review helpful By Erik Manning on September 21, 2006
Yes, there are a few downsides to this system. It can take up a bit of floorspace, and it is a bit pricey. But... I had this system a few years ago and loved it. I had to sell it when I moved into a tiny apartment and needed all the space I could get. I recently repurchased the item again and don't regret it at all. There are so many exercises you can perform with this unit, and after two and a half weeks I'm already seeing results. This is a great product for beginners or for those who want an inexpensive home gym.
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71 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Tate on June 11, 2008
The Total Gym 1100 is a great value given its low price combined with the number of exercise you can perform. I rated it 4 starts, but 3.5 would be more accurate. Buying the more expensive models does not greatly increase what you can do; it just improves the quality and throws in a few accessories. You can get a pretty good upper body workout on this machine, but this in not the machine if you want to do a lot of work on your legs or abs. The construction and components are not high quality, but that should be expected when buying the base line model. Nothing has broken yet, but some of the padding is showing major signs of wear after only a few months. This is a great item to if you want a good (not great) workout at a very low price, just don't expect it to do everything.

Pros:
- Can perform most of the same exercise as more expensive models
- Fairly easy to move and store away
- Good upper body workout, especially shoulders
- Great Value
- Amazon Shipping was great
Cons:
- Not for developing muscle mass, nor is it great for lower body or core
- Quality of machine/components is not very good (this should be expected for the price)
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92 of 101 people found the following review helpful By J. Tellez on May 26, 2007
...not very convenient. It's been advertised as being easy to fold up and store almost anywhere. Well, it's not that easy. It's quite heavy and awkward. It does provide a good workout, though. It's very diverse so you can work on almost any area. If you're looking for something like that, then I recommend the Total Gym, but don't expect it to be as simple as shown on television.
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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Dominique TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 23, 2008
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I've owned 3 Total Gyms since 1996 and the 1100 is the best, cost efficient model out there. It allows me to complete all the basic exercises without all the bells and whistles.

Anytime I've gone for a period of time without working out, this machine was the fastest way for me to tone my major muscle groups. Cardio and weight training in one. I have saved hundreds of dollars on gym memberships by having this at home. Love it!!

I have had to replace mine about every 4 years due to wear and tear. To me this is not unreasonable because I use the machine extensively. I paid $199 for this in 1996 and paid the same in 2008. Can't beat that.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By R. Dodge on June 7, 2009
I have had the Total Gym 1100 now for about 5 years now. I've used it in the past to rehab when I had injuries such as knee contusions, shoulder bursitis. However, for the last 6 months I've been dealing with a lower back problem. The MRI showed that I have mild stenosis from facet syndrome on my L4/L5 vertebrae. For those of you who are not familiar with this diagnosis, I can just say that if you can imagine the worst kind of pain in your legs, when you walk, rest or sleep, then you know what I've been going thru. The pain never stops and it's somewhat depressing. The Dr. wanted to do steroids shots in about 3 weeks from now and I've gone thru about 2 months of Phys Therapy. I googled this problem for a solution and the same thing came up over and over again--inversion therapy or spinal decompression. I could have bought an inversion table, but my total gym does the same thing. With the leg bar at the top, I can invert 15 minutes twice a day. I started this 8 days ago. Today, I no longer have leg pain, I can bend, walk without pain. I'm starting to ride my bike and do low impact aerobics. I'm still doing therapy floor exercises but, I don't need any shots, ect. I've stopped going to Physical Therapy about 5 days ago because I really started feeling better on the 3rd day. My Dr. knows what I'm doing and he approves as well. I really can't say how much I appreciate the Total Gym. It literally saved me from a life of pain.
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