Bowflex XTL Instruction Manuals and User Guides

We have 2 Instruction Manuals and User Guides for XTL Bowflex

Bowflex XTL User Manual, 27 pages
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Bowflex XTL User Manual, 80 pages
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Bowflex XTL

Bowflex XTL is one of the best home fitness equipment in the market, which in contrast to traditional home training apparatus is not based on lifting free weights, but it is constructed on the basis of the advanced Power Rod resistance technology, which offers resistance from elongated bending rods which stretch up from the back frame of the apparatus. It is very easy to start doing an exercise and slowly but surely it becomes more difficult to do it as the rod tension grows. This home training apparatus is as good as it is comfortable. It can be used by everybody, men, women and children.

The Bowflex XTL stands out for its efficiency, safety, and easiness of using, folding and moving to any place even on the second or higher floor. With the Bowflex XTL you can work out each muscle group separately, you can perform a wide variety of exercises for chest, shoulders, arms and legs, back and abdomen.

With its simple design the fitness machine looks very fine. The Bowflex needs the space about 83.5 inches high, 92 inches long and 23 inches wide. The bending Power Rods are made of special material and covered with a protective rubber coating. Each Power Rod has a special “weight” mark, starting from 5 pounds and up to 50 pounds. For you to create the needed level of resistance you can use only one rod or several ones combined. On the whole the Bowflex is able to supply resistance of 210 pounds. You can buy more sets if you wish to increase “weight”. It is possible to upgrade the capacity up to 310 or 410 pounds.

With the Bowflex you can avoid the inconvenience of having to train in front of other people when in the gym, especially if you are overweight or not in a very good shape. The Bowflex can help you to cope with psychological discomfort which in its turn may be an important incentive for the continuation of your physical training.

All the detailed information regarding this home training equipment as well as various types of exercises and workout series you can find in the owner’s manual which was written by Tom Purvis, who is a Registered Physical Therapist, Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist, and Head Trainer for the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

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