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For $974 does Chuck Norris personally show me how to use it?

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I need more information on where to put my finger.

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Not worth it. Buy free weights. Had one of these, not this fancy of a version, but still definitely not worth it.

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@trendkill7577: I disagree. I have the Sears version of it and love it. With the range of motion of exercises you can do you work your secondary muscles as well as your core that free weights just can't do - plus it is a lot more fun. I've had mine for 3 yrs and use it several times a week and feel great. You won't bulk up but you will tone up quickly.

The only draw backs is it folds up awkwardly and takes a lot of space when extended. Definitely worth owning tho.

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@sbogden: I can get just as good range of motion by using only a wall, some rope, and an iron bar, or a sturdy beam. this is not worth more than 50$

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Its too convenient to work out at home! I don't use my Perfect Pull Up enough. But I do want the Bow Flex Weights on a smokin deal..

http://www.amazon.com/Bowflex-SelectTech-1090-Single-Dumbbell/dp/B000OC5RXE/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=hpc&qid=1268034646&sr=8-3

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I wish the Bowflex would 1/2 off their home gym.

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the link seems to be broken?

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$974.05 for some metal and piece of wood with 2 cables attached? Wow I'm in the wrong business.

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Almost $1,000 for what is essentially an inclined rower?! Branding see, stick a celeb name on a piece of equipment and you can charge a fortune.

I just bought these dumbbells http://www.dumbbellsetguide.com/featured/bowflex-selecttech-552-dumbbells-reviewed/, no celebe endorsment and easily the best peiece of gym equioment I've ever bought.