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Bodylastics

Gym equipment that's light on the wallet and strong on results.

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In a bag that probably weighs less than a purse, you could carry all the exercise equipment you need. Adding to that weight would be the money you would save on gym memberships and other home exercise equipment that's probably filling empty corners of your home.

Bodylastics is a new home gym product that conveniently weighs less than two pounds, and provides a system that works all of your key muscle groups (abs, legs, chest, arms and back).

Going up against long-time home gym standards Bowflex and Crossbow, Bodylastics claims to provide a better product because it does what the big machines say they do, but more conveniently and for less money.

What exactly is the Bodylastics? Using small, elastic tubing for frames and strong elastic bands, you'll use these to pull, stretch and bend your way to a better looking body. Using the tension of the bands in a variety of ways, you can accomplish the similar results as you would on free weights or other gym equipment.

There are two packages available from Bodylastics - Basic Tension and Max Tension. Each include all of the following, except the Max Tension includes a 20 pound elastic:

  • 5-6 pound elastic
  • 7.5-8.5 pound elastic
  • 10.5-12 pound elastic
  • 15-18 pound elastic
  • 2 foam handles
  • 2 ankle straps
  • 1 door anchor
  • 1 user manual
  • 1 travel bag

You can order both of these packages with or without a VHS tape or DVD.

PRO
  • 100 percent money-back guarantee
  • Product made in the U.S.
  • Equipment is light and easy to use
  • Exercise is smooth and flexible, doesn't jerk like big equipment
  • Burns fat quickly
  • Online and DVD video instruction
  • Affordable
  • Portable
CON
  • Allergy concern as it is made of latex
EXERCISE

You can experience a different kind of exercise with Bodylastics. It's more convenient and able to compete with some of the bigger names in home gym equipment. Bodylastics customizes workouts to suit a man or a woman.

You can use the guided instruction via online video demonstrations, or by ordering the VHS or DVDs.

CONCLUSION

There's certainly nothing wrong with making exercise more convenient. Bodylastics weighs only about two pounds, so you can take it with you to work, while traveling or any other place that you feel comfortable stretching or that might keep you away from the gym. Gym memberships are not always affordable and schedules often conflict, and purchasing the equipment for your home can be a hefty investment. Bodylastics can provide the results you‘re looking for, with its affordable and successful exercise tools.

Common Misspellings

Body Elastics, Bodelastics, Body Lastics, Bodylastick


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bruce

Great product, use 5 times a week now for four months. Have increased my strength, cardio and stamina. Fun and free exercise website . Affordable and portable. Highly recommend for beginners and intermediate. Or an amazing addition to your workout schedule.
Bruce in Utah

posted Mar 4th, 2012 11:19 am


Bobbo

I bought the Bodylastics TO Strongman with the DVD. I've been doing the circuit training DVD 3-4 times a week (along with eating healthier of course) for about four months and I've lost about 14 pounds and 2 inches on the waist. It's done a great job toning as well. Bodylastics works better than I had anticipated. I would recommend Bodylastics to anyone.

posted Aug 22nd, 2010 1:38 pm


Neal

It WON'T ruin your door. I have it and if youre concerned, just run it through the "hinge" side of the door. Mean feed the strap through the back end to the side of the door that you would like to leave the set on and it will be fine! I love the set! haven't had any issues!

posted Jul 26th, 2010 4:29 pm


Alex

I recently purchased a system. It should arrive on Tuesday. I think I'm going to be really happy with it. BUT I'm a little skeptical of using the door anchor, especially for chest workouts where I'll be putting more resistance. I already contacted the company via telephone to ask if they guarantee it won't damage my door, and they said no. So I sent out an email to their customer service asking if they would fix my door if their system damaged my door because their web site says "will no damage door."

Other than being skeptical about it because of the door anchor. I think it's a great investment. I bought the T.O. system and can't really see myself outgrowing it.

posted Mar 22nd, 2010 8:15 am


Ant

Will the anchor rip my door off? My concern is that my door will rip off the frame....

great product otherwise.

posted Jan 12th, 2010 7:44 pm


Jason

I have been using my TO set for about 4 months now to bulk up. If you use enough bands it is one heck of a good workout. I have gotten bigger and alot stronger. Im not saying I wouldnt use free weights if I had them or the room for em, but I dont and these are easy to take to work with me. I dont like them for things like deadlift variations but for everything else they are great. Especially if you get a short weight bar and attach the bands to it with the ankle straps for barbell exercises. You can squat 2x as much with then that way.

posted May 18th, 2009 2:48 pm


big rich

this are great.. i have worked out in a gym for many years using free weights... these are better!!! more toning for women and yes more bulk/muscle building for men when using these.. your body doesnt know what its lifting.. Men..get the super strong man set and you will never have to join a gym again...

posted May 10th, 2008 7:51 am


FoxTwo

Yes it works, I use it myself. I was recommended to try them from a friend who bought them. They are so strong I doubt anybody can break them. My only worry is that the door will fly open (when using the door anchor) instead of the bands breaking :)


marissa

I'm really interested in this. has anyone found much info or had any personal experience?


Andrea

Is this sturdy enough to actually facilitate a workout?



   
 

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