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Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)

Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)

Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS)
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Features

  • 7 unique stations offer a wide variety of total-body strength building exercises
  • Thick, durable DuraFirm pads are contoured for lumbar support and fully adjustable
  • Includes dual 210 pound weight stacks positioned within easy reach for quick, safe weight selection
  • Measures 91 by 73 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 947 pounds

Description

The Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS) offers a weight room full of workout options in a minimum amount of space. Great for home or professional gyms, this machine features seven unique stations that target every major muscle group, with dual 210-pound weight stacks that feed three stations, so multiple users can work out simultaneously. Two full-length, solid steel shrouds entirely encompass each weight stack for enhanced appearance and improved safety. DuraFirm back and seat pads are durably designed to stand up to rigorous use and will never bottom out and are adjustable to fit users of all sizes. A multi-function press arm station provides bench press, incline press, shoulder press, and chest-supported mid-row exercises, while the fully-adjustable perfect pec station with range limiters allows users to achieve deeper muscle penetration for faster, more defined results. The Leg Press/Calf Press Station operates on a 2:1 weight ratio, giving the home gym the capacity of a 420-pound leg press. Unique two bar linkage self-aligns the angle of the leg press plate to the user's body. Use the lat pulldown/high pulley station to perform lat pulldowns, triceps pressdowns, and cable crossovers, with pillow block and sealed ball bearings for precision alignment and friction-free movement. The ab crunch/mid pulley station helps develop abs and triceps effectively. The leg developer station's works quads and hamstrings while developing knee strength via precise biomechanical form during the most demanding leg curls and leg extensions. The seated row/low pulley station offers exercises essential for well-developed backs and good posture. When assembled, the Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym measures 91 by 73 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 947 pounds. The Body-Solid Bi-Angular Gym is backed by the Body-Solid Lifetime In-Home Warranty and Full Commercial Warranty. The Body-Solid EXM3000LPS Double Stack Home Gym offers an impressive array of strength training exercises in a compact, space-saving design. This multi-station gym provides health club quality fitness training for up to three people simultaneously. A multi-function Press Arm Station provides bench press, incline press, shoulder press, and chest-supported mid-row exercises, while the fully-adjustable Perfect Pec Station with range limiters allows users to achieve deeper muscle penetration for faster, more defined results. The Leg Press/Calf Press Station operates on a two-to-one weight ratio, giving the EXM3000LPS the capacity of a 420-pound leg press. Thick, durable DuraFirm pads are contoured for lumbar support, and every pad, pop pin, and pivot point feels natural and ergonomic. Both weight stacks are within easy reach for quick, safe weight selection, and a non-slip, rubber-encased foot plate is constructed of heavy-gauge steel for safe operation. Features Specifications Lifetime Warranty Body-Solid gym equipment includes a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. About Body-Solid Body-Solid, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of high quality fitness equipment for the home and commercial markets. With over 20 years of experience, Body-Solid offers one of the widest arrays of products in the industry, including multi-station gyms, free weight machines, a complete line of cardiovascular products, weight plates, kettle bells, dumbbells, and fitness accessories.


Product Dimensions: 91 x 73 x 83 inches ; 150 pounds


Shipping Weight: 522 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00030AUKM


Item model number: EXM3000LPS


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #181,558 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #295 in Exercise & Fitness Home Gyms


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Features

  • 7 unique stations offer a wide variety of total-body strength building exercises
  • Thick, durable DuraFirm pads are contoured for lumbar support and fully adjustable
  • Includes dual 210 pound weight stacks positioned within easy reach for quick, safe weight selection
  • Measures 91 by 73 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 947 pounds

Description

The Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS) offers a weight room full of workout options in a minimum amount of space. Great for home or professional gyms, this machine features seven unique stations that target every major muscle group, with dual 210-pound weight stacks that feed three stations, so multiple users can work out simultaneously. Two full-length, solid steel shrouds entirely encompass each weight stack for enhanced appearance and improved safety. DuraFirm back and seat pads are durably designed to stand up to rigorous use and will never bottom out and are adjustable to fit users of all sizes. A multi-function press arm station provides bench press, incline press, shoulder press, and chest-supported mid-row exercises, while the fully-adjustable perfect pec station with range limiters allows users to achieve deeper muscle penetration for faster, more defined results. The Leg Press/Calf Press Station operates on a 2:1 weight ratio, giving the home gym the capacity of a 420-pound leg press. Unique two bar linkage self-aligns the angle of the leg press plate to the user's body. Use the lat pulldown/high pulley station to perform lat pulldowns, triceps pressdowns, and cable crossovers, with pillow block and sealed ball bearings for precision alignment and friction-free movement. The ab crunch/mid pulley station helps develop abs and triceps effectively. The leg developer station's works quads and hamstrings while developing knee strength via precise biomechanical form during the most demanding leg curls and leg extensions. The seated row/low pulley station offers exercises essential for well-developed backs and good posture. When assembled, the Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym measures 91 by 73 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 947 pounds. The Body-Solid Bi-Angular Gym is backed by the Body-Solid Lifetime In-Home Warranty and Full Commercial Warranty. The Body-Solid EXM3000LPS Double Stack Home Gym offers an impressive array of strength training exercises in a compact, space-saving design. This multi-station gym provides health club quality fitness training for up to three people simultaneously. A multi-function Press Arm Station provides bench press, incline press, shoulder press, and chest-supported mid-row exercises, while the fully-adjustable Perfect Pec Station with range limiters allows users to achieve deeper muscle penetration for faster, more defined results. The Leg Press/Calf Press Station operates on a two-to-one weight ratio, giving the EXM3000LPS the capacity of a 420-pound leg press. Thick, durable DuraFirm pads are contoured for lumbar support, and every pad, pop pin, and pivot point feels natural and ergonomic. Both weight stacks are within easy reach for quick, safe weight selection, and a non-slip, rubber-encased foot plate is constructed of heavy-gauge steel for safe operation. Features Specifications Lifetime Warranty Body-Solid gym equipment includes a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. About Body-Solid Body-Solid, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of high quality fitness equipment for the home and commercial markets. With over 20 years of experience, Body-Solid offers one of the widest arrays of products in the industry, including multi-station gyms, free weight machines, a complete line of cardiovascular products, weight plates, kettle bells, dumbbells, and fitness accessories.


Product Dimensions: 91 x 73 x 83 inches ; 150 pounds


Shipping Weight: 522 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00030AUKM


Item model number: EXM3000LPS


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #181,558 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #295 in Exercise & Fitness Home Gyms


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 7 unique stations offer a wide variety of total-body strength building exercises
  • Thick, durable DuraFirm pads are contoured for lumbar support and fully adjustable
  • Includes dual 210 pound weight stacks positioned within easy reach for quick, safe weight selection
  • Measures 91 by 73 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 947 pounds

Description

The Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym (EXM3000LPS) offers a weight room full of workout options in a minimum amount of space. Great for home or professional gyms, this machine features seven unique stations that target every major muscle group, with dual 210-pound weight stacks that feed three stations, so multiple users can work out simultaneously. Two full-length, solid steel shrouds entirely encompass each weight stack for enhanced appearance and improved safety. DuraFirm back and seat pads are durably designed to stand up to rigorous use and will never bottom out and are adjustable to fit users of all sizes. A multi-function press arm station provides bench press, incline press, shoulder press, and chest-supported mid-row exercises, while the fully-adjustable perfect pec station with range limiters allows users to achieve deeper muscle penetration for faster, more defined results. The Leg Press/Calf Press Station operates on a 2:1 weight ratio, giving the home gym the capacity of a 420-pound leg press. Unique two bar linkage self-aligns the angle of the leg press plate to the user's body. Use the lat pulldown/high pulley station to perform lat pulldowns, triceps pressdowns, and cable crossovers, with pillow block and sealed ball bearings for precision alignment and friction-free movement. The ab crunch/mid pulley station helps develop abs and triceps effectively. The leg developer station's works quads and hamstrings while developing knee strength via precise biomechanical form during the most demanding leg curls and leg extensions. The seated row/low pulley station offers exercises essential for well-developed backs and good posture. When assembled, the Body-Solid Multi-Station Selectorized Gym measures 91 by 73 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 947 pounds. The Body-Solid Bi-Angular Gym is backed by the Body-Solid Lifetime In-Home Warranty and Full Commercial Warranty. The Body-Solid EXM3000LPS Double Stack Home Gym offers an impressive array of strength training exercises in a compact, space-saving design. This multi-station gym provides health club quality fitness training for up to three people simultaneously. A multi-function Press Arm Station provides bench press, incline press, shoulder press, and chest-supported mid-row exercises, while the fully-adjustable Perfect Pec Station with range limiters allows users to achieve deeper muscle penetration for faster, more defined results. The Leg Press/Calf Press Station operates on a two-to-one weight ratio, giving the EXM3000LPS the capacity of a 420-pound leg press. Thick, durable DuraFirm pads are contoured for lumbar support, and every pad, pop pin, and pivot point feels natural and ergonomic. Both weight stacks are within easy reach for quick, safe weight selection, and a non-slip, rubber-encased foot plate is constructed of heavy-gauge steel for safe operation. Features Specifications Lifetime Warranty Body-Solid gym equipment includes a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. About Body-Solid Body-Solid, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of high quality fitness equipment for the home and commercial markets. With over 20 years of experience, Body-Solid offers one of the widest arrays of products in the industry, including multi-station gyms, free weight machines, a complete line of cardiovascular products, weight plates, kettle bells, dumbbells, and fitness accessories.


Product Dimensions: 91 x 73 x 83 inches ; 150 pounds


Shipping Weight: 522 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00030AUKM


Item model number: EXM3000LPS


Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #181,558 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #295 in Exercise & Fitness Home Gyms


abunda_amazon_reviews This Gym is the real deal! Solid and built with no compromises! Some have complained about the instructions, but I think they were sufficient with diagrams that show how it all goes together. A picture is worth a thousand words, and if you tried to explain how to put this size of a project together by worded instructions, you would definitely confuse some people, especially if it were done by someone with ESL language skills. Second, you would need a lot of wording and that in itself would turn a lot of people off. The diagrams are simple and you need to study them carefully while assembling the gym. Here is my experience and advice if you want to put this thing together like a pro. My wife was telling me to hire someone, but I'm glad I didn't. You will have a much better understanding of this gym if you do it yourself. It's not too hard, but it is a big project. So you need to take your time and work carefully and not expect to put it together in an hour or two. Save yourself a couple hundred bucks! I needed to put this thing in a room that is 10.5 feet by 12 feet. Not a very big space for this equipment. I already had a tread mill, stair climber, and an inversion table in the same room, all of which I wanted to keep. After looking at all the pictures of the EXM3000LPS gym online of all the different stations on this gym, I decided to put my existing equipment in the corners of the room and the gym positioned in the center so that the gym and my other equipment wouldn't interfere with each other. Not being too sure of the outcome, I assembled the gym so that it would be able to re-position the gym if there was going to be any problem. If you face a similar problem of not knowing how exactly you want this gym to be positioned, then you need to follow the order outlined below so you can move the gym before it becomes too heavy. First, unpack all the boxes that come. Get the instructions (diagrams & parts list) and look them over good. Each part has an identifying letter and number on the parts list, and the corresponding part letter and number labeled on the assembly diagrams. But the parts themselves are not labeled except for colored stickers on some parts that show which section of the frame they are on. Also note that the instructions mention that you have 10 days from the purchase date to register your purchase for warranty service. If you are not ready to put this thing together right away, I suggest you open the boxes to get the registration paperwork and get that done. Not sure whether they would give you any trouble if you were late, but that's what the instructions say. So get a roll of masking tape and a fine marker, and unpack all the parts, bolts, washers, frame parts, and identify them and place them in like groups and check the numbers. Measure the diameter and length of bolts and stick the masking tape and identifying letter and number on each group of same parts. One issue I had was there were two parts that I didn't find, which hold in some round foam pads. I thought they were missing, however, during assembly I found that these two parts were replaced by a single part which goes into the end of a 1" pipes and holds the foam in place. But here is a note of caution: There are actually two parts shown on the parts diagram which have the same exact description, "01" ROUND ENDCAP" but the part numbers are not on the parts. The only way to tell the difference, which is that one has a slightly larger diameter than the other, is to stack them together so that the larger diameter part is noticeable. I made the mistake of forcing the larger part into the smaller hole and then was left with a part that wouldn't stay in because it was in the wrong location. And the first part was forced in to where I would have to destroy it to take it out. The smaller part goes on 1" pipe on the frame and there are two, the larger parts go for the knee bends and there are 4 of them. The pipe welded to the frame have a smaller hole than the knee bend pipes. The foam pads are all the same that are held in by these parts. After you have identified all the parts and have them neatly laid out around the room where you are assembling this gym, then work on getting the frame together first. DO NOT assemble the weight stacks or any cables and pulleys, leave them for last. Put together all the main frame parts and if you need to adjust the position a bit this way or that, you will be able to push and adjust the gym. But once the weight stacks are in, you cannot move this gym. On the top of the gym where the weight stack poles attach, you can put the bolts in to hold the system together, but do not tighten them until you have assembled the rest of the frame and then put the weight stacks in and tighten everything up.The last thing to do is to assemble the cabling and pulleys. Trust me, you will have to remove cables and pulleys if you try to install them too soon. Take a little time to properly identify the cables. Just like the rest of the parts, the parts themselves are not labeled. But you can determine which ones are which based on the ends, lengths and other details of each cable. And once you have everything else assembled, you can understand which cable is used where better, and they are shown on the diagrams. All the pulleys are the same, except one. Don't make the mistake of assembling everything on each diagram in the diagram page order before proceeding to the next. Instead, assemble the frame first, then the seats and all other parts, then the weight stacks, weight stack covers, and last the pulleys and cables together. I also had an issue with one of the pulleys rubbing on a weight stack cover. I could not adjust anything to give it more clearance so I adjusted the hole in the cover to move the it 1/4" away from the pulley and it is fine. Not a big deal nor any compromise in functionality at all. But I want it to be quiet and something rubbing would bug me. You could put this thing together in a day if you begin early and work hard at it. But I assembled it over several days and took my time and enjoyed seeing it come together. It is such a good quality product, I didn't mind assembling it at all. And when it's all done, you know all about your gym. As far as the end cap that I forced in the wrong place, I contacted Body Solid and they sent me 4 replacement parts. The customer support is excellent from Body Solid. One other issue was that the weights on the weight stacks were sticking on the vertical bars that hold the weights in place and guide them up and down. This was solved by applying a little silicon lubricant, like the kind you use on a treadmill, to the polls. That made everything work smoothly. Don't use grease or oil since there is plastic bushings inside the weights. I attached some photos of how my gym fits with my other equipment, and also a comparison photo of the two end caps that look alike and how to tell them apart. The room is 10.5 feet by 12 foot but my wife and I can use all my equipment without any problems. The inversion table folds up against the wall, the treadmill is near the ab station, and the stair climber is in front of the leg press. We even have room for a chair to change shoes on.;;June 28, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Gym - Plan how to assemble first - Send in warranty within 10 days!;;Amazon Customer;;;What is there to say other than this is a great system. The dip add on is almost a requirement which I reviewed separately. PROS: STURDY: This thing takes a beating and can handle the weight. It is really high quality, albeit with a few quirks. Quality: It is high quality, but you have to know the quirks. will get to those in the cons. Overall just a ton of different excercise options. All the reviews I read about the quality nightmares with the bowflex machines and the fights over warranty parts made me decide on this body-solid solution. CONS: Assembly: they aren't kidding in these reviews. I paid an amazon service person for the first time in my life to put something together for me. The initial estimate was way low for 'generic home gym' equipment. I contacted the service directly, providing them the PDF of the manual explaining how this isn't your average $150, 2 hour assembly. I ended up paying $500 to have it put together and in my mind it was totally worth it to not have to deal. Quirks: The levies need to be re-positioned after nearly every exercise. I had no idea about this until the weights came crashing down one day. Once I realized why I just adjust them each time after I do an excercise. The other quirk is when adjusting weight, you have to hold in place the rod so it doesn't slip out of position. Again not a deal breaker, but not ideal. Seat: Adjusting the seat height on the chest/back part is the most painful part. I had to spray the thing with WD-40 to make it easier. Chest Flys: Don't over-tighten the nuts here. the assembly person I paid did and it was squeaking non-stop. I loosened them up significantly and it stopped squeaking. Size: "no duh", the dimensions are very clearly stated but no joke this thing is huge. Make sure you measure 3 or 4 times to make sure you have the room for it. Oh, and plan out exactly where you want it before assembling it. It wasn't in the right position when the guy was done assembling it and the thing weighs so much moving it was tough. levered it up and slid cardboard under it and 3 of us had to push the thing like a football sled. Overall I am very happy with this product, but the cons do need to be out there for people to decide. I canceled a $200/month gym member ship and this thing pays for itself after 1 year, as long as I stick with it. Don't let it become a clothes rack, the goal is to get swole! Miscellaneous: I got myself a dry erase board for the wall next to it to track exercise gains get the additional attachments in the "others purchased this" section from amazon. worth it;;November 5, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent Gym - Hard Install, Some Quirks;;A. W

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - June 28, 2016
Great Gym - Plan how to assemble first - Send in warranty within 10 days!
This Gym is the real deal! Solid and built with no compromises! Some have complained about the instructions, but I think they were sufficient with diagrams that show how it all goes together. A picture is worth a thousand words, and if you tried to explain how to put this size of a project together by worded instructions, you would definitely confuse some people, especially if it were done by someone with ESL language skills. Second, you would need a lot of wording and that in itself would turn a lot of people off. The diagrams are simple and you need to study them carefully while assembling the gym. Here is my experience and advice if you want to put this thing together like a pro. My wife was telling me to hire someone, but I'm glad I didn't. You will have a much better understanding of this gym if you do it yourself. It's not too hard, but it is a big project. So you need to take your time and work carefully and not expect to put it together in an hour or two. Save yourself a couple hundred bucks! I needed to put this thing in a room that is 10.5 feet by 12 feet. Not a very big space for this equipment. I already had a tread mill, stair climber, and an inversion table in the same room, all of which I wanted to keep. After looking at all the pictures of the EXM3000LPS gym online of all the different stations on this gym, I decided to put my existing equipment in the corners of the room and the gym positioned in the center so that the gym and my other equipment wouldn't interfere with each other. Not being too sure of the outcome, I assembled the gym so that it would be able to re-position the gym if there was going to be any problem. If you face a similar problem of not knowing how exactly you want this gym to be positioned, then you need to follow the order outlined below so you can move the gym before it becomes too heavy. First, unpack all the boxes that come. Get the instructions (diagrams & parts list) and look them over good. Each part has an identifying letter and number on the parts list, and the corresponding part letter and number labeled on the assembly diagrams. But the parts themselves are not labeled except for colored stickers on some parts that show which section of the frame they are on. Also note that the instructions mention that you have 10 days from the purchase date to register your purchase for warranty service. If you are not ready to put this thing together right away, I suggest you open the boxes to get the registration paperwork and get that done. Not sure whether they would give you any trouble if you were late, but that's what the instructions say. So get a roll of masking tape and a fine marker, and unpack all the parts, bolts, washers, frame parts, and identify them and place them in like groups and check the numbers. Measure the diameter and length of bolts and stick the masking tape and identifying letter and number on each group of same parts. One issue I had was there were two parts that I didn't find, which hold in some round foam pads. I thought they were missing, however, during assembly I found that these two parts were replaced by a single part which goes into the end of a 1" pipes and holds the foam in place. But here is a note of caution: There are actually two parts shown on the parts diagram which have the same exact description, "01" ROUND ENDCAP" but the part numbers are not on the parts. The only way to tell the difference, which is that one has a slightly larger diameter than the other, is to stack them together so that the larger diameter part is noticeable. I made the mistake of forcing the larger part into the smaller hole and then was left with a part that wouldn't stay in because it was in the wrong location. And the first part was forced in to where I would have to destroy it to take it out. The smaller part goes on 1" pipe on the frame and there are two, the larger parts go for the knee bends and there are 4 of them. The pipe welded to the frame have a smaller hole than the knee bend pipes. The foam pads are all the same that are held in by these parts. After you have identified all the parts and have them neatly laid out around the room where you are assembling this gym, then work on getting the frame together first. DO NOT assemble the weight stacks or any cables and pulleys, leave them for last. Put together all the main frame parts and if you need to adjust the position a bit this way or that, you will be able to push and adjust the gym. But once the weight stacks are in, you cannot move this gym. On the top of the gym where the weight stack poles attach, you can put the bolts in to hold the system together, but do not tighten them until you have assembled the rest of the frame and then put the weight stacks in and tighten everything up.The last thing to do is to assemble the cabling and pulleys. Trust me, you will have to remove cables and pulleys if you try to install them too soon. Take a little time to properly identify the cables. Just like the rest of the parts, the parts themselves are not labeled. But you can determine which ones are which based on the ends, lengths and other details of each cable. And once you have everything else assembled, you can understand which cable is used where better, and they are shown on the diagrams. All the pulleys are the same, except one. Don't make the mistake of assembling everything on each diagram in the diagram page order before proceeding to the next. Instead, assemble the frame first, then the seats and all other parts, then the weight stacks, weight stack covers, and last the pulleys and cables together. I also had an issue with one of the pulleys rubbing on a weight stack cover. I could not adjust anything to give it more clearance so I adjusted the hole in the cover to move the it 1/4" away from the pulley and it is fine. Not a big deal nor any compromise in functionality at all. But I want it to be quiet and something rubbing would bug me. You could put this thing together in a day if you begin early and work hard at it. But I assembled it over several days and took my time and enjoyed seeing it come together. It is such a good quality product, I didn't mind assembling it at all. And when it's all done, you know all about your gym. As far as the end cap that I forced in the wrong place, I contacted Body Solid and they sent me 4 replacement parts. The customer support is excellent from Body Solid. One other issue was that the weights on the weight stacks were sticking on the vertical bars that hold the weights in place and guide them up and down. This was solved by applying a little silicon lubricant, like the kind you use on a treadmill, to the polls. That made everything work smoothly. Don't use grease or oil since there is plastic bushings inside the weights. I attached some photos of how my gym fits with my other equipment, and also a comparison photo of the two end caps that look alike and how to tell them apart. The room is 10.5 feet by 12 foot but my wife and I can use all my equipment without any problems. The inversion table folds up against the wall, the treadmill is near the ab station, and the stair climber is in front of the leg press. We even have room for a chair to change shoes on.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By A. W - November 5, 2019
Excellent Gym - Hard Install, Some Quirks
What is there to say other than this is a great system. The dip add on is almost a requirement which I reviewed separately. PROS: STURDY: This thing takes a beating and can handle the weight. It is really high quality, albeit with a few quirks. Quality: It is high quality, but you have to know the quirks. will get to those in the cons. Overall just a ton of different excercise options. All the reviews I read about the quality nightmares with the bowflex machines and the fights over warranty parts made me decide on this body-solid solution. CONS: Assembly: they aren't kidding in these reviews. I paid an amazon service person for the first time in my life to put something together for me. The initial estimate was way low for 'generic home gym' equipment. I contacted the service directly, providing them the PDF of the manual explaining how this isn't your average $150, 2 hour assembly. I ended up paying $500 to have it put together and in my mind it was totally worth it to not have to deal. Quirks: The levies need to be re-positioned after nearly every exercise. I had no idea about this until the weights came crashing down one day. Once I realized why I just adjust them each time after I do an excercise. The other quirk is when adjusting weight, you have to hold in place the rod so it doesn't slip out of position. Again not a deal breaker, but not ideal. Seat: Adjusting the seat height on the chest/back part is the most painful part. I had to spray the thing with WD-40 to make it easier. Chest Flys: Don't over-tighten the nuts here. the assembly person I paid did and it was squeaking non-stop. I loosened them up significantly and it stopped squeaking. Size: "no duh", the dimensions are very clearly stated but no joke this thing is huge. Make sure you measure 3 or 4 times to make sure you have the room for it. Oh, and plan out exactly where you want it before assembling it. It wasn't in the right position when the guy was done assembling it and the thing weighs so much moving it was tough. levered it up and slid cardboard under it and 3 of us had to push the thing like a football sled. Overall I am very happy with this product, but the cons do need to be out there for people to decide. I canceled a $200/month gym member ship and this thing pays for itself after 1 year, as long as I stick with it. Don't let it become a clothes rack, the goal is to get swole! Miscellaneous: I got myself a dry erase board for the wall next to it to track exercise gains get the additional attachments in the "others purchased this" section from amazon. worth it

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - June 28, 2016
Great Gym - Plan how to assemble first - Send in warranty within 10 days!
This Gym is the real deal! Solid and built with no compromises! Some have complained about the instructions, but I think they were sufficient with diagrams that show how it all goes together. A picture is worth a thousand words, and if you tried to explain how to put this size of a project together by worded instructions, you would definitely confuse some people, especially if it were done by someone with ESL language skills. Second, you would need a lot of wording and that in itself would turn a lot of people off. The diagrams are simple and you need to study them carefully while assembling the gym. Here is my experience and advice if you want to put this thing together like a pro. My wife was telling me to hire someone, but I'm glad I didn't. You will have a much better understanding of this gym if you do it yourself. It's not too hard, but it is a big project. So you need to take your time and work carefully and not expect to put it together in an hour or two. Save yourself a couple hundred bucks! I needed to put this thing in a room that is 10.5 feet by 12 feet. Not a very big space for this equipment. I already had a tread mill, stair climber, and an inversion table in the same room, all of which I wanted to keep. After looking at all the pictures of the EXM3000LPS gym online of all the different stations on this gym, I decided to put my existing equipment in the corners of the room and the gym positioned in the center so that the gym and my other equipment wouldn't interfere with each other. Not being too sure of the outcome, I assembled the gym so that it would be able to re-position the gym if there was going to be any problem. If you face a similar problem of not knowing how exactly you want this gym to be positioned, then you need to follow the order outlined below so you can move the gym before it becomes too heavy. First, unpack all the boxes that come. Get the instructions (diagrams & parts list) and look them over good. Each part has an identifying letter and number on the parts list, and the corresponding part letter and number labeled on the assembly diagrams. But the parts themselves are not labeled except for colored stickers on some parts that show which section of the frame they are on. Also note that the instructions mention that you have 10 days from the purchase date to register your purchase for warranty service. If you are not ready to put this thing together right away, I suggest you open the boxes to get the registration paperwork and get that done. Not sure whether they would give you any trouble if you were late, but that's what the instructions say. So get a roll of masking tape and a fine marker, and unpack all the parts, bolts, washers, frame parts, and identify them and place them in like groups and check the numbers. Measure the diameter and length of bolts and stick the masking tape and identifying letter and number on each group of same parts. One issue I had was there were two parts that I didn't find, which hold in some round foam pads. I thought they were missing, however, during assembly I found that these two parts were replaced by a single part which goes into the end of a 1" pipes and holds the foam in place. But here is a note of caution: There are actually two parts shown on the parts diagram which have the same exact description, "01" ROUND ENDCAP" but the part numbers are not on the parts. The only way to tell the difference, which is that one has a slightly larger diameter than the other, is to stack them together so that the larger diameter part is noticeable. I made the mistake of forcing the larger part into the smaller hole and then was left with a part that wouldn't stay in because it was in the wrong location. And the first part was forced in to where I would have to destroy it to take it out. The smaller part goes on 1" pipe on the frame and there are two, the larger parts go for the knee bends and there are 4 of them. The pipe welded to the frame have a smaller hole than the knee bend pipes. The foam pads are all the same that are held in by these parts. After you have identified all the parts and have them neatly laid out around the room where you are assembling this gym, then work on getting the frame together first. DO NOT assemble the weight stacks or any cables and pulleys, leave them for last. Put together all the main frame parts and if you need to adjust the position a bit this way or that, you will be able to push and adjust the gym. But once the weight stacks are in, you cannot move this gym. On the top of the gym where the weight stack poles attach, you can put the bolts in to hold the system together, but do not tighten them until you have assembled the rest of the frame and then put the weight stacks in and tighten everything up.The last thing to do is to assemble the cabling and pulleys. Trust me, you will have to remove cables and pulleys if you try to install them too soon. Take a little time to properly identify the cables. Just like the rest of the parts, the parts themselves are not labeled. But you can determine which ones are which based on the ends, lengths and other details of each cable. And once you have everything else assembled, you can understand which cable is used where better, and they are shown on the diagrams. All the pulleys are the same, except one. Don't make the mistake of assembling everything on each diagram in the diagram page order before proceeding to the next. Instead, assemble the frame first, then the seats and all other parts, then the weight stacks, weight stack covers, and last the pulleys and cables together. I also had an issue with one of the pulleys rubbing on a weight stack cover. I could not adjust anything to give it more clearance so I adjusted the hole in the cover to move the it 1/4" away from the pulley and it is fine. Not a big deal nor any compromise in functionality at all. But I want it to be quiet and something rubbing would bug me. You could put this thing together in a day if you begin early and work hard at it. But I assembled it over several days and took my time and enjoyed seeing it come together. It is such a good quality product, I didn't mind assembling it at all. And when it's all done, you know all about your gym. As far as the end cap that I forced in the wrong place, I contacted Body Solid and they sent me 4 replacement parts. The customer support is excellent from Body Solid. One other issue was that the weights on the weight stacks were sticking on the vertical bars that hold the weights in place and guide them up and down. This was solved by applying a little silicon lubricant, like the kind you use on a treadmill, to the polls. That made everything work smoothly. Don't use grease or oil since there is plastic bushings inside the weights. I attached some photos of how my gym fits with my other equipment, and also a comparison photo of the two end caps that look alike and how to tell them apart. The room is 10.5 feet by 12 foot but my wife and I can use all my equipment without any problems. The inversion table folds up against the wall, the treadmill is near the ab station, and the stair climber is in front of the leg press. We even have room for a chair to change shoes on.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By A. W - November 5, 2019
Excellent Gym - Hard Install, Some Quirks
What is there to say other than this is a great system. The dip add on is almost a requirement which I reviewed separately. PROS: STURDY: This thing takes a beating and can handle the weight. It is really high quality, albeit with a few quirks. Quality: It is high quality, but you have to know the quirks. will get to those in the cons. Overall just a ton of different excercise options. All the reviews I read about the quality nightmares with the bowflex machines and the fights over warranty parts made me decide on this body-solid solution. CONS: Assembly: they aren't kidding in these reviews. I paid an amazon service person for the first time in my life to put something together for me. The initial estimate was way low for 'generic home gym' equipment. I contacted the service directly, providing them the PDF of the manual explaining how this isn't your average $150, 2 hour assembly. I ended up paying $500 to have it put together and in my mind it was totally worth it to not have to deal. Quirks: The levies need to be re-positioned after nearly every exercise. I had no idea about this until the weights came crashing down one day. Once I realized why I just adjust them each time after I do an excercise. The other quirk is when adjusting weight, you have to hold in place the rod so it doesn't slip out of position. Again not a deal breaker, but not ideal. Seat: Adjusting the seat height on the chest/back part is the most painful part. I had to spray the thing with WD-40 to make it easier. Chest Flys: Don't over-tighten the nuts here. the assembly person I paid did and it was squeaking non-stop. I loosened them up significantly and it stopped squeaking. Size: "no duh", the dimensions are very clearly stated but no joke this thing is huge. Make sure you measure 3 or 4 times to make sure you have the room for it. Oh, and plan out exactly where you want it before assembling it. It wasn't in the right position when the guy was done assembling it and the thing weighs so much moving it was tough. levered it up and slid cardboard under it and 3 of us had to push the thing like a football sled. Overall I am very happy with this product, but the cons do need to be out there for people to decide. I canceled a $200/month gym member ship and this thing pays for itself after 1 year, as long as I stick with it. Don't let it become a clothes rack, the goal is to get swole! Miscellaneous: I got myself a dry erase board for the wall next to it to track exercise gains get the additional attachments in the "others purchased this" section from amazon. worth it