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Old 02-15-2010, 12:37 AM   #1
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ok guys i was going to the gym everyday but work has cut that out of my schedule i work 16 hour days so need to do stuff at home i have a bench and dumbells, was looking at a bowflex are they worth the money?
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Old 02-15-2010, 07:16 AM   #2
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no...do you have room for a power rack?
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If he has room for a bow flex he has room for a power rack which is a much much much better investment.

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yea i have plenty of room where can i get one from?
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www.newyorkbarbells.com

www.elitefts.com

or if you want something custom built... www.StratiformStrength.com
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Travis (at Stratiform) is pricing materials for me this week. He's going to build me a power rack, a swiss bar, and a bar jack. I can't wait. If you're interested in something custom, let me know and I'll get a quote from him. It will be comparable to what you can buy it for in a store or online..it might even be cheaper. His stuff is typically better quality than elite's stuff, and they're the "best".

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a bar jack would be awesome....i have trouble switching plates sometimes....pain in the ass.
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thanks guys for all the help im trying to get as much stuff as possible since i cant make it out to the gym i dont want to give up lifting, what can i do for abs?
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It should be worth the money since you also pay for the gym. Instead of paying, you could be buying your own stuff and have it at the comfort of your home.
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bowflex is pretty good.....for a coat rack.
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