Bowflex SelectTech 3.1 Bench REVIEW
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Standard removable leg holds down brace for included decrease position Ideal for optimizing various exercises in a space-efficient device Excellent muscle-building outcomes with free-weight style Manufacturer's guarantee included: see total details in the Product Guarantee location For more than 20 years, Bowflex has helped individuals accomplish fantastic outcomes. The Bowflex home fitness center is a space-saving maker developed to integrate all the strength-building devices discovered at your local fitness center. Trademarked innovation offers smooth, consistent resistance through the entire variety of motion, a principal ingredient in establishing lean, strong muscle. Bowflex's SpiraFlex resistance technology is so great, it's even used by Astronauts at the International Space Station. With a vast array of physical fitness devices and fitness devices, Bowflex is a business on the cutting edge of strength and cardio training. Utilized for over 30 various exercises. Adjusts to 4 different positions. Corrects posture and stabilizes position. Measurements: 56L x 26W x 20H in. Maker's warranty included (see item warranty).
- Product Dimensions: 53 x 20 x 9 inches ; 68 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 68 pounds
- ASIN: B015EPG6OO
Do you need 30 degrees and 60 degrees ???
36 people found this helpful.
This is a TERRIFIC BENCH, but it is missing two useful inclinations: 30 degrees and 60 degrees.
High quality but not perfect
118 people found this helpful.
It’s almost perfect except the seat is not adjustable. When I used it today for the first time for incline bench, I butt slipped as the seat can’t tilt up. So I did some modification to allow the seat to tilt up by removing one of the existing bolts under the seat and insert a piece of wood I found at home and now I the seat is adjustable.
30 people found this helpful.
Five stars. Very comfortable, sturdy, easy to assemble, and a small footprint for my very small home gym (see pic).
Weight lift limit
91 people found this helpful.
Concerning the dumbbell weight limit for this bench, I had the following email exchange with Bowflex customer support:
Excellent bench. Helped me lose 40 pounds and get …
5 people found this helpful.
Excellent bench. Helped me lose 40 pounds and get toned the last year. Very sturdy at all 4 adjustment levels. One of the main reasons I bought this bench was support for my head and neck and many other benches appeared (or were reviewed) to be too short. This bench is very comfortable for my 6’2″ height. While other benches have more increments, the 4 (straight up, 45 degree, flat and negative/inverted) are all that I’ve ever needed. The two wheels make moving it very simple but the legs/feet keep it very sturdy.
Bowflex 3.1 Adjustable Workbench is a worthwhile buy for a Home Gym
11 people found this helpful.
I replaced an older adjustable bench with the Bowflex 3.1. This is a very high quality, solid, and comfortable bench for the price. My only disappointment is that it doesn’t allow for more than three angles. My previous bench allowed for five inclines and one decline. I don’t really feel the incline, for an exercise such as Incline BB Bench Press is correct. The angle just feels a bit too inclined. But it won’t stop me from getting in a workout. All in all the bench is a great buy and I recommend it.
Sturdy and Useful
2 people found this helpful.
My son put this together for me in about 45 minutes. It is great. I’m really happy for the decline because my doctor told me I should relax my spine by lying back and allowing gravity to take the downward pressure off my spine.
One person found this helpful.
This is gonna sound funny, but I think the back bottom part should be as wide a the power tower. Due to the size of the Bowflex power tower and this, I actually store this underneath the tower itself (Putting the head piece behind it) and it doesn’t fit through perfectly, requiring me to turn it sideways to fix. When I pull it out to use, I then have to turn this to the side again to get out. I wish the back part were not so wide.
Nice and sturdy for you big guys
114 people found this helpful.
My biggest question when buying a bench or any piece of exercise equipment is, “Will it be big enough for me?” At 6-3 255, this can be a problem. Seems exercise companies these days think only small people work out!