Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Outlaw22, May 8, 2008.
Where can I find the best deal for a set of these?
Try using google.
Honestly though they are pieces of shit.
My pops got some on ebay for 3/4 of the cost. you might look there
and they really aren't that bad.. i've used them a couple of times
I used to sell these, I averaged selling 15-20 sets a week.
The people who didnt use them didnt have an issue with them. But the people who actually religiously used them, I had almost 100% failure rate on them. The plastic that covers them cracks and then its impossible to adjust the weights
Look at Powerblocks as a better alternative
No way. You can't have a Bowflex Body without a Bowflex.
Just looked those Powerblocks up...seems nice but $430
What weight do you need up to?
You can get a pair of the Sport Block 5.0's that go up to 50lbs for $269 (cheaper then Bowflex, only 2.5lbs lighter)
Sport Blocks 9.0 are $349 and you can upgrade them in the future up to 90lbs if you want
Thoes things are pieces of shit and only go up to 55lbs.
Go to the gym, pussy
no they dont...
They're still pieces of shit.
Bowflex in general is gay.
"Hey guys, I just benched 4 bows!"
tried them out in the sports authority.
horrid pieces of shit.
It took me awhile to find the fix
not only do they only go up to like 42.5 lbs or whatever, but they are uneven... awful. just awful.
Pro-Form makes some Fuzion ones that are metal plates. Adjustable to 50 lbs, not sure if they make a heavier set.
Their new rubberbands are made to look like plates now.
Can you even do things like skullcrushers with those plastic type adjustable dumbbells?
No they're not, you didn't adjust them right.
The 130lb powerblocks are just retarded
You can even though skull crushers, from my experience, are usually done with an EZ curl bar.
You have to adjust BOTH sides, not just one
I like them