Total Gym APEX G5 Versatile Indoor Home Workout Total Body Strength Training Fitness Equipment with 10 Levels of Resistance and Attachments
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- Variety of Workouts - Start your own workout program right at home with 10 levels of resistance and 80+ exercises with Total Gym. Low impact, fluid movements – effortlessly transition from one exercise to the next
- Quick Workouts - Just 15 to 20 minutes a day, 3 to 4 days a week on your home gym will make a difference. For all fitness levels ages 8-80. Supports a maximum weight of 375 pounds
- Total Body Method – Tones, strengthens, and conditions muscles in the upper and lower body for a total body exercise experience. Assists with body sculpting, weight loss, health maintenance, energy, and more
- Accessories Included - Includes wing attachment, larger squat stand, leg pull accessory, dip bars, training deck with holder, 2 stability mats, Total Gym TV access, exercise & nutrition guides, owner’s manual, and DVD
- Product Info – Padded, ergonomic glideboard with pillow headrest. Quality steel frame with auto-lock height adjustment. Folds easy for storage. When in use, equipment measures 93-inches in length, 43.25-inches tall, and 15.5-inches wide. 1-year warranty
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Get inspired. Bring the gym home and put your fitness goals within reach. With the NEW Total Gym APEX G5 home fitness equipment, you have everything you need from a commercial facility right in the comfort of your own home. This innovative, multi-purpose design delivers an unparalleled strength-cardio-stretching infused, full body workout for anyone, at any age or fitness level. The APEX G5 features 10 levels of resistance and a pillow head rest for extra comfort. It includes cable pulley system, wing attachment, leg pull accessory, as well as dip bars and larger squat stand for added upper and lower body exercises. It comes with two stability mats for both ends of the gym and even folds up for easy storage. No matter who you are or what you want to achieve, Total Gym APEX G5 will help you meet your health and fitness goals. Using the incline glideboard and your own bodyweight as resistance, the APEX G5 is so versatile it allows for over 80 exercises and limitless workouts. Whether you’re looking to burn calories, build muscle or improve flexibility, the Total Gym APEX G5 accomplishes that and more, all while working your core as you stabilize yourself on the moving glideboard. Receive guidance from Total Gym training programs (start off with provided “Start It Up” DVD), exercise tools like the included training card deck and the new Total Gym TV on-demand video platform to stream workouts from any device 24/7. Total Gym professional trainers and the user community will be with you along the way. Convenient, fun and it’s guaranteed to work. All you need is 10-20 minutes a day, 3-5 days a week. Tried-and-true, this versatile, compact and effective workout system has provided real people, with astonishing results for over 40 years. Total Gym, the world leader of incline bodyweight training.
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Quality: Very high. Stated weight limit is 375 and I believe it. I’m 225, and this feels very sturdy to me while using. Tubular steel and attachments all feel very sturdy and high quality. Cables do too. Heavy duty pulleys as well. The pad on the glide board is not super-thick, but I don’t think it is on any of the Total Gyms. It’s not Trying to be a bed or couch.
Experience: So far a big thumbs up. Glides very smoothly and the included exercise book and cards show you some creative and challenging ways to use the machine - a wide variety of exercises. The attachments fit perfectly, and I have total confidence they will support the weight as needed. It is pretty easy to switch the machine’s configuration to perform various exercises, and I like that it’s so quick, as it does not introduce an unintended cool-down time. I haven’t come across any configuration changes yet that take more than 15-20 seconds. The exercises are all super-smooth and non-jarring if you do them correctly. Great full range of motion.
Setup: comes fully assembled. Several boxes to open that contain the attachments. Read the directions for how to “unfold” it if it’s not clear to you.
Storage: no wheels, so if you plan to store it away a lot, you might not like that, but I just leave mine out unless I have company over. Opening and closing takes a minute to sort out, but it’s easy once you understand it.
In the box: I went with this model over some others like the XLS mainly due to cost and the fact that it includes the leg rope, the wing attachments, the squat stand and the dip bars.
Other stuff: Although it’s not included, this model does have the holes if you want to add the weight bar, so that was a nice plus to discover.
That said, this is a tone machine more than a hulk-out machine. At the highest setting, you’re using 60% of your own body weight and I think if you add the weight bar it supports up to another 180 pounds (not positive on that though). So if you need more weight than that for your workout, this won’t really work for you.
It’s also a long machine when open. Plan on having a good 10 feet available length-wise and, depending on the types of exercises you do, and how long your arms are, at least 5or 6 feet of width clearance.
Overall, I am very happy and even impressed with this machine so far.
Update 6 months in: Still love it. No complaints.
A few notes:
If I was in the condition I was in back in the military, this thing would be nothing without the max weight. So if you’re super athletic, I’d get a set of adjustable heavy dumbbells instead.
The machine is good quality and it shows in the construction to even an untrained eye like mine. I’m not a metal expert, but this thing is tough!
I’m 6’0” and 233 pounds, and it’s comfortable. If I was any taller, the glide board may be uncomfortable. If you’re maybe 6’3” or taller then comfort will depend on how you can fold your body. It’s a matter of foot space really when lying back.
The squat platform is made of a hard plastic. I’m not sure how long this will last, but does not make me question value for the money.
I thought the photos were misleading on how soft the glide board cushion is. They aren’t at all. It’s very plush, and feels good to sit and lay on.
You have to remove the training deck base to fold it. While not a huge deal, it’s annoying. Removing the deck is an obvious need, but the base? Should have been made flatter, it has unnecessary bulk!
Would I purchase again? Yes I would!
Won't replace traditional heavy squats, deadlifts, and barbell/dumbell presses and such.
However, this is a fine piece of effective machinery that I would highly recommend having at home for those times when making it to the gym is just not an option.
For set up make sure you allow a lot of room, when you expand it a lot more room than you might expect. Set on the first setting it requires more than 9 feet. It shrinks as you move up the scale.
All exercises you can do on it are smooth flowing and you can make it harder or easier depending on your fitness level. Perfect for a time when we can't go to the gym.
The only thing is if we wanted to leave it out, we can't because it is long in length and for arm exercises you will need at least the width of your arms outstretched. We unfortunately do not have an extra room or space in an existing room so it's set up in the garage to be used. Personal note: Not the best for us in AZ being that temps are triple digits. Early to rise...early to exercise. :~)