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Total Gym 1800 Club

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  • Larger glideboard for workout comfort
  • Auto Lock height adjustment
  • New Ab Crunch Board Attachments
  • Folds easily to slide under a bed or in a closet
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Product Description

Product Description

The Total Gym 1800 Club gives you practically everything you need to start your own workout program to tone and strengthen the important muscle groups of your upper and lower body.

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With the Total Gym 1800 Club home gym, you have everything you need to start your own personal fitness center. The gym offers more than 60 different exercises to help you tone and strengthen every major muscle group in your body. In particular, it can help you tone and condition the muscles you use every day to stand, walk, lift, and turn.

The product is designed so that you lift a percentage of your body weight against gravity, making the resistance smooth and fluid. As your strength and conditioning improves, you can increase resistance by increasing the incline.

Features include ab-crunch boards, a Pilates bar, dip bars, press-up bars, a wing attachment, a leg attachment, and auto-lock height adjustments. Also included are an exercise flip chart, an exercise mat to protect your floor, and a DVD featuring two workouts. The gym is easy to assemble and folds away for convenient storage. It has a maximum user weight of 275 pounds.

Manufacturer's Warranty
Every Total Gym is covered by a limited lifetime warranty, which means a lifetime warranty on the frame. The Total Gym 1800 Club has a one-year limited warranty on all moving parts.

About Total Gym
Total Gym made its start on television 11 years ago and now can be found in over 3 million homes. With over $1.2 billion in sales, it has become one of the industry's longest running home fitness successes.

What's in the Box?
Total Gym 1800 Club home gym, exercise flip chart, exercise mat, and workout DVD.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 55.5 x 18.9 x 10 inches ; 104 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 104 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B002LFW104
  • Item model number: 21300-4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #459,436 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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Size: Dimensions Unfolded: 16" W x 92.5" L x 43.25" H Dimensions Folded: 16" W x 51" L x 8.5" H
My wife has been wanting to buy a Total Gym for some time now, and we're glad we waited, because the Total Gym 1800 seems a bit better than the 1700 for a very similar price. We had a hard time finding enough info on the 1800 but decided to take a chance. Although we're not familiar with the 1700, there doesn't seem to be anything "missing" and the 1800 does include a few extras such as larger glide board, and ab boards. It also has leg pulley kit, one foot harness, dip bars, press up bars, and the wing accessory, many of which I think are included in the 1700 as well.

Pluses: Convenient and easy to exercise many different muscle groups, compact and reasonably priced. Adults and older kids can use it comfortably. I don't find it difficult to make adjustments even raising and lowering, but may be difficult for people who weigh only 100 lbs or less.

Minuses or things that may take some getting used to:

(1) Lot of adjusting required. Different exercises require different attachments, some of which get in the way of each other so you don't (can't) have everything permanently attached. At least with the hitch pins it's easy. What's not so easy is adjusting the effort level, because the only way to do this is by raising or lowering the glide table so it's inclined at a different angle (all exercises require raising your body on the glide table, at a steeper angle this requires more effort). So where I've started is level 1 (easiest) for a few exercises, then I adjust to level 3 for a couple of other exercises. While I do expect to get stronger at the level 1 exercises, I kind of doubt that I'll ever be at the same setting for all exercises.

(2) Mechanical design leaves something to be desired.
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Size: Dimensions Unfolded: 16" W x 92.5" L x 43.25" H Dimensions Folded: 16" W x 51" L x 8.5" H Verified Purchase
I'm very happy with this purchase. Amazon delivers again a great product at a great price and in great shape when it gets to the consumer. I am already finding the Total Gym is making a difference in the way I feel after three weeks.
Start out with the Beginners circuit training and stay with it until you are comfortably ready to move on to the next set of exercises. The attachments are not that bothersome to attach after you get used to using them a couple of times. Watch the video first to get motivated and see how the trainer makes the transitions. That helped.
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Size: Dimensions Unfolded: 16" W x 92.5" L x 43.25" H Dimensions Folded: 16" W x 51" L x 8.5" H
I am a 29-year old male. My wife and I have a treadmill and a flat bench with some free weights, but were looking for a versatile machine that could cover arm and shoulder exercises. We initially were looking at the Gold's Gym weight stack combos, as well as some Smith machines, and the Bowflex. I was vaguely familiar with Total Gym, but it hadn't even crossed my mind.

Well, after trying it out in the store and getting it home, the value of this machine is immediately obvious. This is a great machine for men AND women because of how versatile it is. It basically works like a glorified situp/pilates board with pulleys. Instead of adding weights, your own weight and angle on the slideboard create the resistance. You can do everything from chest presses to pec flys, to triceps extensions and dips, and that doesn't even cover all of the core and abdominal exercises (which is what a lot of the gals are after).

A lot of the guys looking at this machine (like me) may have no interest in pilates and think that this machine can't offer them a real workout. I have to tell you that if you've ever used a cable cross machine in a gym, the same principles are at work here. The exercise you'll do on this thing are not necessarily "hard" to the degree that you'll fail after a few reps, but you will notice the results IMMEDIATELY. The key to this is that unlike a fixed weight setup, the use of cables forces all of the connective muscles to go to work. While this is not necessarily a machine you would use to add bulk, you can get additional muscle mass and certainly work on tone. Again, every muscle group imaginable has a workout (or three) on this machine.

If I could give a 4.5, as opposed to a 5, I probably would, because there are a few drawbacks.
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Size: Dimensions Unfolded: 16" W x 92.5" L x 43.25" H Dimensions Folded: 16" W x 51" L x 8.5" H
I still use the same one, even though it is old. I have Fibromyalgia, and because I need to do some
kind of exercise to help with the muscle pain from the Fibro, the Total Gym is my choice. I sing it's praises to anyone who I can find that will listen. Think Palites, core muscles, skiing etc when you are using your TOTAL GYM. Some use the TOTAL GYM fast, thinking they will get there faster. I use it slowly, so I am doing a lots of stretching which gives me some relief from the pain. Think Skiing, and do it slowly, you will feel muscles all of your body stretching. When I had surgery recently my anestheologist commented about what great muscles I had when he gave shot around my midsection in preperation for the surgery! Brought about by the skiing workout and the core muscle workouts I do daily.

This was the best money I ever spent on myself. I purchased it when they first came out, and it is
still working fine. I workout out every day, at least one time, for half hour up to full hour and
I am 71 years old. My TOTAL GYM, keeps me up and running!Total Gym 1800 Club Mine looks different because it is much older.
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