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Weider Total Body Works 5000 Gym

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  • Full-body gym offers over 50 body-shaping exercises that strengthen and build muscle flexibility
  • Four adjustable power bands for up to 50-Pounds of additional resistance
  • Unrestricted cable and pulley system provides versatility and great range of motion
  • Space saving design with convenient slide away technology for quick and easy storage
  • 30-Day satisfaction guarantee, 90-day limited warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

Weider Total Body Works 5000If you're looking for a total body workout regardless of your fitness level, the Weider Total Body Works 5000 won't let you down! This system uses your own body weight for natural resistance and can be used in conjunction with four adjustable Power Bands to give you an even more challenging workout. Plus, with the free workout guide, you won't find yourself bored with the same routine every time. When you're done, simply slide it away until next time.

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Total Body Works 5000


Total Body Works 5000


With over 100 body-shaping exercises, the Total Body Works 5000 helps you firm, tighten and define your entire body, while allowing you to increase overall strength and flexibility. The 5000 uses your own body weight, in conjunction with four adjustable Power Bands to give you a challenging workout, regardless of your fitness level. You can also add or reduce your workout’s intensity by choosing one of seven different incline settings available, and, when you’re done working out, it quickly slides away for easy storage. If you’re looking for a versatile, compact and effective workout system, the Total Body Works 5000 won’t let you down.

Over 100 Body-Shaping Exercises
This versatile system offers 100+ exercises to define and shape your arms, shoulders, back, abs, hip, thighs, and calves.

Body Weight Resistance System
The 5000’s innovative resistance mechanism turns your body weight into natural resistance for a wide variety of exercises.

Flexibility-Strength Training
An unrestricted cable and pulley system gives you greater versatility and greater range of motion, allowing for a wider variety of exercises that strengthen muscle and increase flexibility.

Four Adjustable Power Bands
These durable resistance bands increase weight resistance beyond your own body weight, giving you up to 50 lbs. of additional resistance.

Adjustable Incline
Easily increase or decrease the intensity of your workout by simply changing the incline of the Body Works glide board, giving you seven, easy-to-change incline options.

Space Saving Design
This Total Body Works 5000’s convenient slide away technology allows for quick and easy storage.

Workout Guide
Learn which exercises focus on what muscle groups and how to properly perform specific exercises, along with additional exercise suggestions, with this helpful workout guide.





Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 71 x 26.5 x 49.5 inches ; 76 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 81.5 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.
  • ASIN: B000NPWVPE
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: WEBE1441
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (485 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,543 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Machine is well built and efficient and very easy to work with.
Mark S. Leon
Sorry Chuck and Cindy, but the Weider TBW5000 is better than Total Gym 2000, as good as a Total Gym 3000 and a much better value than either.
Charles K. Gudermuth
I love the Weider Total Body Works 5000 Gym and recommend it to all my friends.
Michelle Sanders

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

390 of 400 people found the following review helpful By J. R. Schwartz on May 12, 2006
I've been looking for quite a while for an "all-in-one" home gym, to replace several pieces of gym equipment that I've been using regularly for several years: a Weider 8510 pulley-type machine, a Roman crunch bench; a Body by Jake; and free weights.

I looked at the "Total Gym" machine (the one pushed by Christie Brinkley and Chuck Norris). I went to their website and requested their free video; a few days later, I got a phone call from them, telling me that if I bought it that very day, I could save $100. "I want the video", I said. I never got the video. That sent up "red flags" in my head for the Total Gym people. I resent being hustled.

Then I found this item, the Total Body Works 5000. I could not find a single negative review for it, anywhere.

I bought it. I love it. Even though I've been working out for years, I am impressed. It will help free up a lot of space in my basement!
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158 of 160 people found the following review helpful By Nu Mantra on January 2, 2008
I LOVE THIS, but I give Weider 0 stars for not including a DVD or even a workout chart with even 25% of the exercises you can do on this thing. I had to go to the Total Gym website and copy images into a word document ([...] It is not easy to find without using this link. You can find some here too ([...] I will make my own manual from the pics. I might even order some of their DVDS and accessories. Perhaps this is what Weider expects people to do and is why the machine costs a fraction of the Total Gym. I paid under 90.00 for mine with 15% off Dickssportinggoods on line.

Also, the directions are terrible. Ironically, once you figure it all out, you realize it is common sense, but before then, it is a bit confusing. Some other people had the same problem I had, those knobs! Do not bother putting on the handle and foot rest first. Do screw on the stabilizing foot. From there, pull/hold the long knob out and raise the unit slowly like you would an ironing board. Be careful not to get your fingers caught. The short knob allows you to extend the unit horizontally. It is tricky to do if you are doing it alone. You have to pull the knob and pull the bottom part of the unit (where the foot rest goes) out. I hope this saves some other people time and confusion!

The Good: I really works! It is sturdy, fun to use, and can accommodate so many types of exercises. You will find yourself making up a few. While I have a gym membership, I love being able to go into the next room and jump on this thing for a few minutes, which is all I can do at this stage. I do not feel as if I am "lifting" anything incorrectly. Let me tell you, every time I am on this thing, I find myself saying. "OH Sh..." because I am just amazed at how well/hard it is working me.
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162 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Reticuli on September 27, 2006
I'm on my second one, now. The newer versions have thicker board padding, better quality vinyl, and some improvements in the wielding. The corners of the board's vinyl will eventually start splitting still, but some black tape can solve this. It doesn't really alter its function if you just let it happen without taping. Every few years the gym needs to be replaced as parts wear, but at these prices you could actually buy a new one each year and still be saving money compared to the competition. Certain parts will not wear, and you can take them off the old one and keep as spares considering how expensive buying each one is from Weider. Some caution is necessary on the single-pole stand. Make sure the peg is always securely in before getting on the machine. Also never let pets or children get anywhere close to that end when you're using it. Finally, inspect the cable routinely for significant damage and replace it BEFORE the cable actually breaks. Never use it until failure. I do not work for this company, but am speaking from experience.
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82 of 85 people found the following review helpful By William Thomas on December 24, 2006
I'm 60 years old and a long distance runner for 38 years. I've been working out on weight machines for about 28 years. I don't want to buid up my muscles as that will add weight and increase the impact on my legs while running. I like the athletic or swimmers build.

When I first received this machine, I was immediately impressed with the sturdiness. I ran down to Walmart and compared it with the Total Gym 1100. The Weider 5000 is built much sturdier.

I can not say enough about the work out. Having the ability to quickly change and work so many different muscles is a big plus. I would highly reccomend this to anyone, beginer or experienced.

Now the negative side. These are minor points but I think they are worth mentioning. The advertisement for the machine mentions 100 exercises and they are illustrated. The box the machine is delivered in states the same. Unfortunately only 29 exercise are illustrated. If they are going to state 100 excercises and use it as an advertisement then they should provide it. Also, I would like to know what percent of my body weight I am using at each incline level. I think these would help.

All in all this is an excellent product for the price and I would reccomend it for anyone. Having the ability to get a total body work out in the privacy of your home is priceless. I just wish they could provide a little more ink and paper to help the ones' not too familiar with exercising.
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