Bowflex PR1000 Home Gym
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- Get a total body strength workout with affordable home gym, includes rowing machine rail
- Provides as little as five or as many as 210-Pounds of resistance
- Over 30 strength exercises
- Includes horizontal bench press and lat pull down
- 300-Pound maximum user weight, requires 100 x 78-Inch minimum workout area
- Shipping box : 54” x 33” x 8” ; Assembled unit : 84” x 38” x 82”
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PR1000 Home Gym
With over 30 strength exercises and a built-in rowing station for a calorie blasting workout, the PR1000 is a great way to begin your training routine.
Multiple cable pulley positions allow you to easily change the angle of resistance and increase effectiveness of many exercises.
Provides as little as five or as many as 210 lb of resistance.
30+ strength exercises with features like the triple function hand grips, horizontal bench press and lat pull down.
|Bowflex BodyTower||Bowflex PR1000||Bowflex PR3000||Bowflex Blaze||Bowflex Xtreme 2SE|
|No. of Exercises||18+||26+||50+||60+||70+|
|Resistance||Body Weight Resistance||Power Rod Resistance 210 lbs/ 95 kg||Power Rod Resistance 310 lb/ 141 kg (upgradable)||Power Rod Resistance 410 lb/ 186 kg (upgradable)||Power Rod Resistance 210 lb/ 95 kg (upgradable)|
|Quick Change Power Rod System||E-Z Adjust Horizontal Bars||✓||✓|
|Leg Extension/ Curl||✓||✓||✓|
|Dimensions||L: 50 in W: 50 in H: 77 in||L: 84 in W: 38 in H: 82 in||L: 64 in W: 41 in H: 83 in||L: 59 in W: 23 in H: 14 in||L: 58 in W: 49 in H: 83 in|
|Warranty||Fram: 5 years Parts: 1 year||Frame: 1 year Parts: 60 days Rods: 5 years||Frame: 1 year Parts: 60 days Rods: 7 years||Frame: 1 year Rods: 5 years Parts: 60 days||Frame: 3 years Rods: 10 years Parts: 2 years|
|Max. User Weight||300 lb/ 136 kg||300 lbs||300 lb/ 136 kg||300 lb / 136 kg||300 lb / 136 kg|
The Bowflex PR1000 home gym is a great way to strengthen your muscles and add a bit of cardio training to the mix with over 30 strength exercises and a built-in rowing station. With up to 210 pounds of Power Rod resistance, this versatile machine helps work the abs, arms, chest, back, shoulders, and lower body. It includes triple-function hand grips for lat pull-down, a horizontal bench press, and four-inch upholstered roller cushions for leg extension and leg curl exercises. The rowing machine rail also folds when you're done with your workout
Size: One Size
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Bottom line, if you don't like going to the gym, want something that doesn't take up a ton of space and you're goal is not to enter a body building competition look no further.
I don't think it's necessary to go into great detail concerning the shipping etc. but the machine is packaged very well.
Assembly time- With me and a friend it took about 1 hour.
Quality- I was surprised on the quality of the machine. It is sturdy and very well made. After three months it is holding up as it did on the first day.
Workouts- There is a lot of workouts you can do on this machine. I would highly recommend the bow flex body plan book as it is a valuable reference.
Concerning the workouts the point of the Bow flex is resistance. Each motion of exercise should be controlled.
Workout results-With dieting I have lost 35 lbs. and using the bow flex only 3 times a week for approx. 30 minutes a workout.
Other Models- I was somewhat overwhelmed at the different models and Bow flex nor do reviews on Amazon really help in this area. After doing exhaustive research I found the main difference between this model and the Pr3000 is mostly the Pr3000 comes with 100 extra lbs. of resistance. For another 500 bucks, they can keep it.
*Side note. There are numerous articles and videos showing how you can add more power bars/replace with higher weight without buying a more expensive model. It's actually quite easy.
Free weights vs. Bow flex. You will have friends and so called experts argue one over the other. Through my own experience now and in the past, the bow flex concentrates on and makes you use smaller muscles you thought you never had.
Will you top out the weights/power bars is a concern I had when buying this. At this point the answer is no. If you're looking to be the next Mr. Olympia then you wouldn't be buying this anyways. But the short answer is this will get you in shape, tone or add some bulk, depending on your workouts. And will continue to do so for years to come.
Space required- This is not a small machine so a good 8x10 area is recommended for use.
Does it work? - The answer is yes as long as you use it.You will see results as long as the machine is used and you diet.
Overall rating- The Bow flex pr1000 definitely is worth the money. The machine is well made and will do its job.
**Update Two Years Later*
This machine has helped me lose 60llbs of fat in a healthy way, that is not starving myself but by exercising. I have been going to a local gym and still the use bow flex when I am short on time or the weather is bad.
I can now speak from experience from using both the Bow flex and free weights in a gym. The bow flex will still do its job and do it well. The key is still to do the exercises slowly. For example, when doing a bench press don't jerk up, push up counting to three, hold, and then come down in three.
It will hit the little muscles and will really sculpt you.
Works excellent, rods are fine, it has stayed together nicely.
The bowflex works if you use it!
1. It doesn't take as much space in my garage as I feared (about 1/3 of one car space)
2. The bands are smooth, it's not like it starts easy then gets hard, which is what some people have said
3. Switching between exercises is far quicker than walking between stations at the gym
4. My body gets sore after each workout. AWESOME.
It does suck for biceps though, unless you happen to be 6' 4" and have short arms. I am 5' 10" and have very regular length arms, and so what happens is that the handles you use for biceps doesn't "kick in" until you have already done about 1/5 of the bicep curl. The handles attach to the red bar you see towards the bottom of the machine. So you stand in the curl position, and you start pulling up on the handles. Then you realize that you are pulling up and up, but it hasn't started to bend the bar yet, then when you are well into the curl, it'll start to bend the weight bar back.
Overall though, I'm very happy. What I do to counter the bicep issue, is keep a set of dumbbells nearby and just use those. Take a look at my pics they show how much of my 3rd car space gets used up by the machine. It's really not bad! I really love this, especially for chest, tricep and shoulder exercises. Thanks for reading!