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Space Saver Exercise Equipment Rowing Machine - Bookshelf

Machine design

Technology & Engineering - 1996

Rowing pulls a crowd Indoor rowing machines don't involve any new exercise, but they continue to offer one of the ... of the Icon's new ProForm Space Saver treadmills fold and store vertically, taking up only 4.3 ft2 of floor space.



120 pages

Working Mother

1985-06

In 1 983, that figure rose to over SI billion and the industry continues to grow as the equipment becomes more streamlined and high-tech. The major types of home exercise equipment are aerobic machines, strength training machines and ...

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The magazine that helps career moms balance their personal and professional lives.



146 pages

Popular Science

1931-10

Rowing machines or sliding seat exercisers have already answered the question. Machines of this type are being sold by the thousands at ... For the sake of saving space in the text, numerous reference letters and figures have been used, ...

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Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.


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    Best Choice Products® Rowing Machine Fitness Space Saver Pulley Row Low Impact Cario Workout Gym

    Sports (Best Choice Products)

    Shock-resistant cord
    Roller-mounted padded seat
    Multi-function LCD display
    Max weight 242 lbs
    Overall dimensions: 61" x 15" x 16"


  • ICON Health & Fitness -- DROPSHIP

    Weider Ultimate Body Works

    Sports (ICON Health & Fitness -- DROPSHIP)

    Rating (254 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    ICON Health & Fitness -- DROPSHIP

    Excellent Quality and Workout

    The package came in roughly about a week and a half with the free super saver shipping which was awesome. I was very excited to open it and give it a try. Upon first opening it, you will notice the machine is basically assembled for you. All you have to do is put in 3 bolts and a couple of pins to hold the pull up bar as well as the foot bar. Overall it took about 20 minutes. The actual instructions on how to use it are not very clear, although once you figure it out it really is very simple. My only complaint is that it states it is supposed to come with a workout poster full of the exercises but it does not but I was able to just google some Total Gym routines which are essentially the same exact thing. As some one who used to be a gym rat, I really enjoy this machine. Work and other responsibilities as well as membership costs brought me to purchase this item and I don't regret it at all. The workouts are very intense and you can definitely get a nice solid frame out of... 5/5 Dan - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Weider Ultimate Body Works (Sports) The package came in roughly about a week and a half with the free super saver shipping which was awesome. I was very excited to open it and give it a try. Upon first opening it, you will notice the machine is basically assembled for you. All you have to do is put in 3 bolts and a couple of pins to hold the pull up bar as well as the foot bar. Overall it took about 20 minutes. The actual instructions on how to use it are not very clear, although once you figure it out it really is very simple. My only complaint is that it states it is supposed to come with a workout poster full of the exercises but it does not but I was able to just google some Total Gym routines which are essentially the same exact thing. As some one who used to be a gym rat, I really enjoy this machine. Work and other responsibilities as well as membership costs brought me to purchase this item and I don't regret it at all. The workouts are very intense and you can definitely get a nice solid frame out of... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 19, 2013

    Amazing!

    0 5/5 J. Penegar "Golfer393" (South Carolina) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Weider Ultimate Body Works (Sports) This is truly an amazing piece of exercise equipment, especially for less than $150. It is extremely stable and well built. Don't waste your money on a Total Gym. This is just as nice if not nicer than the base model TG, and allows for more exercises. I don't think there's a single muscle you can't exercise with this. It seems pretty fun to use, which for me is VERY important. A few minutes a day should work wonders.You need to have a good 8 foot of space to use this. It's narrow, only a couple of feet wide, but when extended it's over 7 foot long. I'm very pleased with this purchase. I only wish I had bought it years ago. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 31, 2013

    The name describes it perfectly

    Full disclosure: I was not able to buy this from Amazon as I didn't have the cash to spare, so had to buy it from another retailer where I have credit; this same review is at the other retailer's site, should they approve it.This machine is better than my basic Bowflex Power Pro hands down. With just 30 seconds between sets, it really gets the heart rate pumping much more than the same sets and timing using the Bowflex. I guess because the type of exercises is much more varied with this machine, such as rowing and even pull ups. And the 4 added resistance bands are a stroke of genius.I also use it to stretch my troublesome lower and upper back and left shoulder out by inclining fully and just kind of hanging for a few seconds. It really helps my back being able to stretch it out so easilyI do have to mention that it is a louder than I thought it would be when gliding, but not enough to wake someone up. Also, you cannot disconnect the cable to do... 5/5 LennyBruce - See all my reviews This review is from: Weider Ultimate Body Works (Sports) Full disclosure: I was not able to buy this from Amazon as I didn't have the cash to spare, so had to buy it from another retailer where I have credit; this same review is at the other retailer's site, should they approve it.This machine is better than my basic Bowflex Power Pro hands down. With just 30 seconds between sets, it really gets the heart rate pumping much more than the same sets and timing using the Bowflex. I guess because the type of exercises is much more varied with this machine, such as rowing and even pull ups. And the 4 added resistance bands are a stroke of genius.I also use it to stretch my troublesome lower and upper back and left shoulder out by inclining fully and just kind of hanging for a few seconds. It really helps my back being able to stretch it out so easilyI do have to mention that it is a louder than I thought it would be when gliding, but not enough to wake someone up. Also, you cannot disconnect the cable to do... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 4, 2014
    List Price: $199.00
    Cable & Pulley System allow for greater versatility and greater range of motion
    Adjustable incline bench on wheels with a pulley on each side Adjust the bench to a steeper incline to increase the amount of weight resistance
    Resistance Bands: Provides the option to increase weight resistance up to 50-pounds with the addition of the four resistance bands
    Sales allowed to the lower 48 United States only
    Space Saver Design: The Weider Ultimate Body Works conveniently folds for easy storageWarranty: 90 Days Parts & Labor Warranty
    No sales allowed to Hawaii, Alaska, Military (APO/FPO/DPO), Territories or Protectorates


  • Bowflex

    Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym

    Sports (Bowflex)

    Rating (76 reviews):
    (4.3/5)
    Bowflex

    Bowflex PR3000 Does Everything I Need

    Brief story - months ago, I was in the market for a home gym that uses free weights, but I happened to try out the PR3000 at Sports Authority, and I really liked it. We bought another unit, but it didn't turn out to be exactly what we needed, and eventually I found myself remembering the PR3000 fondly.When we finally decided to go with a Bowflex for a couple reasons - less weight on our floor and not having to move weights around our apartment. I thought I'd go for one of the long ones that let you do rowing and - I thought - leg curls. But after I tried the units with rowing, I didn't actually care for the slightly loose feeling in the seat when it was locked in place, and I also discovered that some Blowflex don't do leg curls and others have a complicated way of doing them.So I went back and tried out the PR3000 again - and it was as much fun to use as I remembered it, plus it has a no-cable-changes design that made switching exercises easier. So I... 4/5 Patti Cake "basschick" (los angeles) - See all my reviews This review is from: Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym (Sports) Brief story - months ago, I was in the market for a home gym that uses free weights, but I happened to try out the PR3000 at Sports Authority, and I really liked it. We bought another unit, but it didn't turn out to be exactly what we needed, and eventually I found myself remembering the PR3000 fondly.When we finally decided to go with a Bowflex for a couple reasons - less weight on our floor and not having to move weights around our apartment. I thought I'd go for one of the long ones that let you do rowing and - I thought - leg curls. But after I tried the units with rowing, I didn't actually care for the slightly loose feeling in the seat when it was locked in place, and I also discovered that some Blowflex don't do leg curls and others have a complicated way of doing them.So I went back and tried out the PR3000 again - and it was as much fun to use as I remembered it, plus it has a no-cable-changes design that made switching exercises easier. So I... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 11, 2009

    Nice for the Price

    Like most people, I had seen the Bowflex commercials on TV and was skeptical of just how such a machine would produce the gods and goddesses shown in the ads. However, the idea of an all-in-one resistance machine was appealing and I often considered buying one. I finally took the plunge after undergoing quadriceps tendon repair surgery. Since my usual exercise was out of the question (running and martial arts) I decided to give the Bowflex a try. After all, I don't want to become psychotic and fat while I'm recovering. :) While I cannot do the leg exercises yet, my experience has been positive.Pros: On the plus side, the machine provides a wide range of exercises that enable you to work almost all of the muscle groups. It was easy to assemble and comes with fairly clear directions. It also includes a basic workout book, although you will probably want to supplement this with additional information about working out. Properly assembled, the machine seems very solid and as... 4/5 Michael LaBossiere (Tallahassee, FL) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym (Sports) Like most people, I had seen the Bowflex commercials on TV and was skeptical of just how such a machine would produce the gods and goddesses shown in the ads. However, the idea of an all-in-one resistance machine was appealing and I often considered buying one. I finally took the plunge after undergoing quadriceps tendon repair surgery. Since my usual exercise was out of the question (running and martial arts) I decided to give the Bowflex a try. After all, I don't want to become psychotic and fat while I'm recovering. :) While I cannot do the leg exercises yet, my experience has been positive.Pros: On the plus side, the machine provides a wide range of exercises that enable you to work almost all of the muscle groups. It was easy to assemble and comes with fairly clear directions. It also includes a basic workout book, although you will probably want to supplement this with additional information about working out. Properly assembled, the machine seems very solid and as... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 7, 2009

    well engineered

    You always hear how Bowflex machines are overpriced because of all of their expensive marketing. Perhaps, but the added sales volume does offset their fixed engineering costs, and this machine (PR3000) is one very-well engineered machine. It comes in one box, with all the pieces well cushioned in their allocated cubbyholes. 2 of us built it in 3 hours -- again due to good product engineering. The finished product looks like it will last forever; certainly nothing cheap about the structural steel, cables, etc. My end cost (with shipping) was $899; I don't see how Nautilus/Amazon makes money on this.I'm not a gym guy, so can't comment on the effectiveness of this kind of machine for strength training. I am 6'6", and for many exercises I can barely fit the machine and get adequate cable travel. But I do fit, and after a month I am discernibly fitter.I wouldn't waste money for a mat; my tile floor shows no wear at all (rubber feet keep the metal off the... 4/5 Richard Klamann (Los Alamos) - See all my reviews, May 23, 2009
    List Price: $1,299.00
    Over 50 strength exercises, includes vertical bench press and lat pull down
    Provides as little as 5 or as many as 210-Pounds of resistance
    Upholstered roller cushions for leg extension and leg curl, triple function ankle cuff grips
    300-Pound maximum user weight, requires 100 x 78-Inch minimum workout area
    Get a total body strength workout with affordable home gym; no cable changes needed between sets


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