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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Bowflex Exercise

bowflex exerciseHow often do you exercise? This is an important concept that should be addressed seriously. Far too many people, namely Americans, fail to exercise on a regular basis. In turn their health not only degrades over time, but actually fails them at a young age. In this day and age folks should not be having heart trouble in their forties, but sadly they do. Sure, we can all blame the fast food chains until the cows come home. However, when it comes down to it, it's all on us. No one chooses what you eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner except for you. Well, this is of course considering that your parents aren't still feeding you. This is why it is up to each and every one of us as an individual to adopt proper eating habits and fitness regimes. How's your diet these days? Well, if you've already conquered that aspect of health, then maybe it's time you took on the fitness factor. Maybe it's time you looked into bowflex exercise.

What do you know about bowflex exercise? I recall the first time I spotted a bowflex. It was on an infomercial. I have to admit I was intrigued to say the least regarding bowflex exercise. How cool is a workout center without any actual weights? This was truly a breakthrough in technology. The bowflex exercise is done with rubber bands that work against your motions. While there is no steel involved with the restriction process, you'll certainly feel the burn regardless. The bowflex exercise simply offers a new and innovative twist on things. The great aspect of these new-age toning machines is the all-in-one factor. You can literally choose from dozens of exercises when it comes to a contemporary bowflex workout center. Are you sweating yet?

If you are pondering a fit figure with ripped abs, massive biceps, and toned legs, then maybe it's time you considered bowflex exercise as a solution to your fitness needs. With these multi-exercise machines you can virtually accomplish all your workout routines. Jump online and browse through a variety of websites that offer bowflex exercise equipment for decent prices. It's time to get back into the swing of life with a fit figure and positive outlook. Get in shape the right way with bowflex exercise.


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Rob is currently using the Seven Minute Muscle Workout program.


At 1:04 PM, Blogger jwhedon said...

I just had a few questions for you on diet. My wife and I went vegan at the beginning of the year (2008). I'm also staying away from caffeine, processed foods, etc.

I have a Bowflex that I'm going to start using, but was wondering about what's best diet for me considering what I can & can't eat.

I'm 32, 230lbs. 6'1" and want to get down to around 200-210 depending on how much muscle I gain compared to fat lost.


~ Justin

At 2:02 PM, Anonymous Rob said...

Congratulations on the transition to a vegan diet.

as for your first question, I'll need a bit more info.

You ask "what's the best diet for me...?"

I'm not sure I understand. You've changed to a vegan diet. That is a fine choice, so I'm not sure where to go with your question.

I guess I'm just not clear what you're asking of me.

It might be best to email me and then I can use our discussion to help others as well in a new blog post

At 7:12 PM, Blogger Maureen Laughead said...

Hi, my husband and I were feeling that the bowflex was a good option for us. I have a very bad back but need some resistance training to lose some weight and gain some strength. My question, however, is about my husband who is about the correct weight-give or take 10 lbs-but who has high blood pressure. Any thoughts if this bow flex would be a good adjunct to the treadmill that he is currently using? Does tension work as well as actual weights? Maureen

At 5:45 AM, Anonymous Luke said...

I've had great results on the Bowflex in the past with only a few changes to my diet. Now I'm starting over with a different bowflex a year and half since the last time I used one, and 5 months since I've been to a gym. No real diet for this round, just common sense eating. I'm tracking my progress, check it out at dirigodigital.com.

At 10:40 AM, Anonymous Jon Cravefit said...

I was a huge advocate of gym cardio equipment. All about going twice a day hitting the elliptical and stairs and treadmill depending on the day. I finally started researching home cardio and training equipment, although i still go to the gym to train my cardio is done at home with a Bowflex treadclimber. The bowflex treadclimber gives you full range of motion. Dont get me wrong it took some getting used to, due to the different range of motion it offers, but as i becam emore comfortable with it, i started to see results. I was able to drop 12 pounds in four weeks. Of course i stuck to an extremely clean diet but the results were unbeatable. I just never got bored on it, they offer many challenging features for fat burn and training. These are features found on other cardio machines but this one really does a serve as a hybrid function. It is still in my opinion from the conversation above with maureen that a severe back issue usually comes from the extra weight on the front side of your body. This forces you into a hunched position all day really pulling those lower vertibrate, wearing them down. Also what is your job, are you in an office, how is your posture. In the end if you add cardio training with a strong diet, and of course some weight training then you may see that lower back pain fade to where you forgot it existed.

At 2:33 PM, Anonymous Rob said...

@Jon, thanks for posting your results with the bowflex equipment and congratulations on your results.

12 pounds in 4 weeks is fantastic.

based on eating a clean diet and working out at the gym prior, what part of your change gave you the best results?

the bowflex exercise or diet or both?


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