Bowflex Blaze Home Gym

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By: Bowflex
Walmart #: 000940563
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  • Over 60 exercises
  • 210 lbs of Bowflex Power Rod Technology Resistance
  • Sliding seat rail
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    About this item

    The Bowflex Blaze Home Gym with Power Rod Technology is a serious piece of fitness equipment. If you're searching for a way to look and feel better, the Bowflex Home Gym will give you fast results, with just 20 minutes a day, three times a week. The Blaze offers over 60 gym-quality exercises that work all your muscle groups, and with 210 pounds of Power Rod resistance (upgradable to 310 or 410 pounds) this device offers plenty of room for strength-training growth.

    Bowflex Home Gym, Blaze Edition:

    • Over 60 exercises allow you to work your entire body
    • 210 lbs of Bowflex Power Rod Technology Resistance
    • This Bowflex Home Gym is upgradeable to 310 or 410 pounds
    • Lat tower with angled lat bar helps build back and shoulder muscles quickly
    • Lower pulley/squat station enables you to do squats and build your glutes, hamstrings, and quads
    • Leg Extension/leg curl attachment helps develop strong, muscular legs
    • Home Gym Fitness Equipment features a sliding seat rail that allows you to perform aerobic rowing and leg presses
    • Triple function hand-grip/ankle cuffs
    • Multiple cable/pulley positions enable custom workouts
    • Dimensions: 90 inches long by 38 inches wide by 83 inches tall
    • Folded Footprint is 52 inches long by 38 inches wide
    • Workout area needed is 8.5' feet by 6.5'

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    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: 340000
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 214.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 90.0 x 38.0 x 83.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 940563

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 29 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    29 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    Customer review by Nick917

    5.0 stars by Nick917

    After injuring my neck and shoulder, my physical therapist recommended a Bowflex over free weights, stating that the Bowflex would give just as good of a workout, and would be easier on the joints. I received the Bowflex Blaze and it was well-packed (great job Bowflex) and the assembly instructions were easy to follow, and it took me about 2 hours to assemble. This machine is solidly built, and the quality is excellent. The manual and placards are helpful in guiding you through exercises and informative. As a long time weight lifter, the Bowflex does take some getting used to....working without a barbell, using your arms independently (as with dumbbells) does take some getting used to, but it also helps the stabilizer muscles better than a barbell and prevents one side from compensating for the other. Range of motion is excellent and this surprised me as I didn't expect that, and the pulleys are so smooth, it's unreal. It's true that this machine is easier on your joints and Bowflex pounds are lighter than actual free weight pounds, so I did order the 310 pound upgrade which was easy to install. This machine will work out every part of your body, and I also like to supplement my workouts with some dumbbell work too. I highly recommend this product for the person like me, who likes to stay in shape. This machine will build muscle and provide you with an intense workout.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every few days
    Well built machine

    Customer review by Toman

    5.0 stars by Toman

    I'm very pleased with this Bowflex product. The quality of the construction is outstanding. I would recommend this unit to anyone who is serious about toning up.

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    Albany, WI
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every few days

    Customer review by laroll

    5.0 stars by laroll

    I have had then Bowflex Blaze for over a year now, and I am totaly happy with it. I waited until I had used it for some time befor making a review. It was easy to assemble and it took me about two hours to compleat the job. No problem with doing it by my self, and the instructions were easy to follow. The only thing I would improve would be to include the upgrade to 410lbs with the purchase, as some of the exercises need far greater resistance than 210lbs. The equipment is heavy duty,and all of the parts are well made, and the set up between exercises takes little time. I would recomend that you purchase the book titled, The Bowflex Body Plan, as it explaines each exercise and how to do the exercise properly.

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    jacksonville Florida
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Age:65 or older
    Usage:Every few days
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    Do you constantly have to change Cable/Pulley positions, and is it difficult to do so ?
    by an anonymous customer 1/13/2011
    • faster then using pins at the weight room
      by Mycroft196411/5/2014
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    • You can do an exersice program where you do exersices in an order to minimise the changes. An example is to do chest flys then bench presses.
      by laroll8/30/2011
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    • You can do many different exercises with each cable position (there are basically 3 different positions), so if you tailor your workout to do all of a certain cable position's exercises at once then you will only have to change positions twice during a workout PR not at all if you just do a little at a time. It's very easy to use. My husband wanted one and I was a bit skeptical, but it's a great machine.
      by LCRLCRLCR5/8/2011
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    • You do have to change cables, but it is a fairly easy process. Having trained with weights for many years, it's alot easier to change cables than it is to change weight plates.
      by Nick9174/30/2011
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    • It depends. If you want to go from upper body to legs then yes. If you are just doing upper body work, then its plenty you can do without changing cable positions. However it shouldnt take longer then 30-45 sec to do anything you want to do. Its really easy. Oh, and that doesnt include all leg exercises. Some leg exercies you can do without changing cables.
      by WillzDaMan3/19/2011
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    • NO! That's the beauty of this machine. :-) You have to change things a bit but once you get your routine down, there's not time wasted with set-up. Wish I had this machine years ago.
      by CuttingCorners3/13/2011
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    • The switching the cables is a little odd at first.. then you get use to it very quickly... if you follow any of the Excercise charts or routines for the BLAZE, in the Manual, it works you in Muscle group order... so you only change cables when you change muscle groups... In the BOWFLEX BODY 20 Minute workout you change the cable like 3 times... maybe 4. Changing the cables is VERY easy... my 8yr can do it.
      by Dancecorp3/13/2011
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    Walmart features 3 Bowflex models, which is the best value as far as Features vs. Ease of Use vs. Price?
    by an anonymous customer 1/13/2011
    • Blaze is hands down the best as you can add attachments up to 410 pounds and aftermarket up to 620 pounds through EBAY
      by Mycroft196410/26/2012
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    • My preference is the Blaze, which I own. I like the Blaze because you can do leg presses, upgrade to 410 pound if you want (you can't do that with the PR1000), and I like the fact that the Blaze gives you a bench as opposed to a seat.
      by Nick9174/30/2011
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      by WillzDaMan3/19/2011
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    • You can do 60 exercises on the Blaze. We bought this because it fit our budget. I have wanted a BoFlex forever. I'm so glad they are finally within a price range that we could afford. You need to buy additional rods though....(that's another $100), if you need more than 210 lbs of weight. This machine ROCKS. No clunky weights, no noise. We're very happy with it. You get a great workout in a short period of time. No set up in between exercises. Sometimes all you have to do is change the position of your hands, and you're exercising a whole different group of muscles. It's great. Highly recommend this product.
      by CuttingCorners3/13/2011
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    • The BLAZE is the best unit... it has more expandability / upgraded weight... You have the most Total body workout possible. Only drawback from the BLAZE is it's size.. it does need 6'6" x 8'6" overall space.
      by Dancecorp3/13/2011
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    • Buy the BioForce Gym. Better price, better gum.
      by LKNSteve1/16/2011
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