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Bowflex Blaze Home Gym

The best way to get fit at home.

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If you want a complete gym workout in the comfort of your own home, then you should give the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym a try. This piece of advanced exercise equipment allows users to perform 60 gym-quality resistance exercises that target all of your muscles. The Blaze Home Gym is perfect for strength training, allowing up to 410 pounds of resistance on the upgraded models; the standard model only offers up to 210 pounds of resistance. Users can custom create their own workouts, or use the workout placard that guides them through the famous 20-minute workout.

What makes the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym different from other similar products are the Power Rods. These Power Rods offer the same resistance and weight as free weight lifting, without the danger of joint pain that is commonly associated with free weights. The Power Rods are tested four separate times to ensure they meet Bowflex's high standards and are guaranteed to never wear out and come with a no-time-limit warranty. If you do manage to wear out the Power Rods, Bowflex will replace them for free. The Blaze itself comes with a five-year limited warranty.

The Blaze Home Gym helps you get in shape by building strong muscles. When a person increases the amount of muscles he has in his body, his metabolism increases, and he burns more calories simply living. Therefore, users of the Blaze Home Gym are expected to build muscle while also losing fat due to their increased metabolism.

PRO
  • More than 60 unique exercises possible
  • Option to create your own exercise or follow the Bowflex routine
  • Safer than free weights because you can lift heavy weights without a spotter
  • Ability to get a complete resistance workout in the comfort of your home
  • If you follow the exercise directions, you are very likely to see results in a very short amount of time
CON
  • Large equipment takes a lot of space
  • Expensive
  • Does not provide any cardiovascular exercise options
  • Does not include any nutritional advice
  • Resistance ratings tend to be inaccurate
DIET and NUTRITION

Bowflex does not endorse any diet and nutrition guidelines associated with this product.

EXERCISE

To see the best results with the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym, it is recommended users exercise for 20 minutes a day, three times a week. Users can follow the 20-minute exercise placard that comes with the Blaze Home Gym, or they can create their own workouts.

CONCLUSION

If you want to be able to do a complete resistance training exercise routine without ever leaving your house, then the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym is a great option for you. This piece of equipment makes it possible to exercise all of your main muscle groups, building strength and stamina throughout your body. Many users report that exercising with the Blaze Home Gym is more fun and enjoyable than lifting free weights.

The Blaze Home Gym is a large piece of equipment that takes up quite a bit of space, so if you do not have a large area to dedicate to the Blaze, you will need to fold it up after every use. Some people think folding and unfolding the Blaze is difficult, so you should take this issue into consideration.

Overall, the Blaze Home Gym is a great way to get in a full resistance-training workout without dealing with the hassles of a gym.

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