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Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym (Discontinued)

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  • Offers over 70 exercises for a total body workout
  • 210 Pounds of power rod resistance, or weight, upgradeable to 310 or 410 Pounds
  • Compact size for smaller workout spaces
  • Build back and shoulder muscles quickly with this integrated lat tower and angled lat bar
  • Workout area 8 Feet x 6 Feet and 5 Inch


Looking for a total body workout but you're on a budget? The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE offers a compact total-body workout solution that allows you to perform over 70 exercises. It includes a Lat Tower that adjusts to two positions, leg extension for developing strong, muscular legs, an abdominal crunch shoulder harness to help you build strong, defined abs, and a 4-position lower pulley/squat station that helps in building your glutes, hamstrings, and quads. Other features include 210 pounds of Power Rod resistance, a no-change cable pulley system, an ergonomic adjustable seat with polyurethane cushion, and 5-way hand grip/ankle cuffs. The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE is backed by a full 6-month warranty. The Xtreme 2 SE utilizes Bowflex's patented Power Rods, which provide resistance, or weight, that feels as good as or better than free weights--but without the inertia or risk of joint pain usually associated with free weights. You can hook one, two, three, four or all of your Power Rod units to the cable pulley system and go from as little as 5 pounds all the way up to 210 pounds of resistance (can be upgraded to 410 pounds). They're precisely manufactured from a high-tech composite material under the highest quality control measures, then sheathed and tested 4 separate times to ensure quality and durability. The Power Rod units are so strong, you can flex them repeatedly but you won't be able to wear them out. Specifications:Number of exercises: 70+ Weight resistance: 210 pounds (can be upgraded to 410 pounds) Leg attachment: Included Lat tower attachment: Included Aerobic rowing: No Squat station: Included Preacher curl attachment: No Ab crunch accessory: Shoulder harness only Adjustable main pulley system: Included (4-position adjustable pulleys) No-change cable pulley system: Included Dimensions: 83 x 58 x 49 inches (HxLxW) Workout area: 8' x 6' 5" Maximum user weight: 300 pounds Manufacturer's Warranty This model of the Bowflex Revolution XP Home Gym has been refurbished to factory standards and is backed by a full 6-month warranty. Exercises The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE home gym allows you to perform over 70 gym-quality exercises including: Arm ExercisesTriceps Pushdown w/ Hand Grips Triceps Hammer Pushdown Triceps Pushdown w/ Lat Pulldown Bar Single Arm Pushdown Triceps Extension Cross Triceps Extension Hammer Triceps Extension "Rope" Pushdowns Seated Biceps Curl Standing Biceps Curl Concentration Biceps Curl Hammer Biceps Curl Barbell Biceps Curl Reverse Barbell Biceps Curl Seated Hammer Biceps Curl Reverse Curl Triceps Kickback Hammer Triceps Kickback Arm Opposition Push-pull Upper Body Opposition Push-pull Wrist Extension Wrist Curl Resisted Dip Shoulder ExercisesCrossover Rear Delt Rows Crossover High Rear Delt Rows Reverse Fly Crossover Reverse Fly Seated Shoulder Press Front Shoulder Raise Shoulder Extension Shoulder Shrug Scapular Protraction Scapular Depression Lateral Shoulder Raise Seated Forearm Lateral Shoulder Raise Shoulder Rotator Cuff (internal) Shoulder Rotator Cuff (external) Crossover Seated Rear Delt Rows Scapular Retraction Leg ExercisesLeg Extension Squat Calf Raise Single Leg Calf Raise Standing Hip Extension (knee bent) Standing Hip Extension (knee extended) Standing Hip Abduction Standing Hip Adduction Leg Kickback Hip Flexion Dead Lift Stiff Leg Dead Lift Back ExercisesStanding Low Back Extension Bent Rear Delt Row Crossover Bent Rear Delt Row Seated Wide Lat Pulldowns Narrow Pulldowns w/ Lat Pulldown Bar Narrow Pulldowns w/ Hand Grips Reverse Grip Pulldowns Crossover Wide Pulldowns Crossover Narrow Pulldowns Pulldowns Stiff Arm Pulldowns Standing Shoulder Pullover w/ Hand Grips Crossover Seated Lat Rows Seated Lat Rows Reverse Grip Pulldown with Lat Bar Abdominal ExercisesSeated (resisted) Abdominal Crunch Seated (resisted) Oblique Abdominal Crunch Trunk Rotation Chest ExercisesBench Press Chest Fly Decline Bench Press Incline Bench Press Decline Chest Fly Incline Chest Fly Compare these Bowflex Home Gyms Model Body Tower PR1000 Blaze PR3000 Xtreme 2SE Revolution MSRP $499.00 $799.00 $1,099.00 $1,299.00 $1,599.00 $2,999.00 Resistance N/A (body weight)" 210 lbs Power Rod Resistance 210 lbs Power Rod Resistance 210 lbs Power Rod Resistance 210 lbs Power Rod Resistance 220 lbs of SpriaFlex Resistance Upgradeable Resistance N/A No Yes- to 310 lbs or 410 lbs Yes- to 310 lbs Yes- to 310 lbs or 410 lbs Yes- to 300 lbs Platform N/A Horizontal (bench folds to save space) Horizontal (bench folds to save space) Vertical Vertical Horizontal (bench folds to save space) Number of Exercises 20 + 30 + 60 + 50 + 70 + 100 + Exercises Pictured in Owners Manual 18 24 66 26 79 101 Arm Exercises 2 5 16 4 24 21 Chest Exercises 4 4 8 3 6 18 Ab Exercises 3 2 5 2 3 8 Back Exercises 2 3 9 4 18 15 Shoulder Exercises 2 4 14 6 16 22 Leg Exercises 5 6 13 7 12 17 Cardio Row No Yes Yes No No Yes Maxium User Weight 300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs Workout Area Required L 53" x W 50" x H 77" L 103" x W 80" x H 82" L 90" x W 38" x H 83" L 96" x W 78" x H 83" L 96" x W 78" x H 83" L 120" x W 84" x H 83" Warranty Frame: 5 years Wear parts: 1 year Frame: 1 year Parts: 60 days Power Rods: 5 years Frame: 1 year Parts: 60 days Power Rods: 5 years Frame: 1 year Parts: 60 days Power Rods: 7 years Frame: 1 year Parts: 60 days Power Rods: lifetime 10 years

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎50 x 32.5 x 21.5 inches

Package Weight: ‎108.86 Kilograms

Item Weight: ‎0.01 Ounces

Brand Name: ‎Bowflex

Country of Origin: ‎United States

Manufacturer: ‎Bowflex

Style: ‎Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE

Sport Type: ‎Excercise & Fitness

Date First Available: October 1, 2008

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Transform Your Home Workouts with the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym

  • Good choice for a work out
I waited over a month to write this review so I would have some time using the machine. The refurbished machine saves you money, but it might not be completely worth it. Mine was missing pieces. Amazon could only send another full machine, and they didn't have any at the time. I was directed to Bowflex and they sent out the pieces for no charge, after verifying the purchase. But it took over a week to get them. The rods really do seem used. When I bought the machine I bought the 310 and 410 resistance upgrades. Those rods are straighter than the ones that came with this. After being tied together with the included strap they straighten up, but only for the first few exercises. Then they stay bowed. And just the weight of the cables and pulleys will pull two 10 pound rods almost halfway down. The machine is very sturdy and seems to give a good workout, despite the bowing rods. The resistance is not the same as actual weights. But for someone who is just trying to get in shape, that really doesn't matter. As long as you can feel your muscles working, and keep improving you are doing good. The included workout poster is good. It has two groups of exercises so you can grow with the machine from the start. If I was to do it again, and had the money, I would buy new over refurbished. But I would buy this machine again. When I miss a workout, I feel bad that I didn't spend time with the machine. In the month I have been using the machine three times a week with the beginning exercises I have lost about 10 pounds. My waist has also shrunk 1-1.5 inches, and I "seem" to have more energy. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2010 by Jeremy Krall

  • Initial Experiences
I purchased this Bowflex from Amazon because it was significantly cheaper than getting it direct from Bowflex and was shipped and sold by Amazon which I have grown to trust. I was going to purchase this regardless very shortly but I happened to see a deal where I could get the 310-lb power rod upgrade for the same price so that is when I ordered it. I have only had a short time to exercise w/ the Bowflex but there are a few things you should be aware if purchasing this through Amazon: 1) It says Ships and Sold by Amazon -- the night before the delivery date I was contacted by a 3rd party shipping company to coordinate a delivery time/day. I was told an actual signature was required as per Amazon's policy. A note w/ your signature to leave the items are not sufficient so you will need to have someone present and/or take time off of work to sign for these boxes. This company did not delivery on Saturday's and only could give you times frames like "11-4", or "1-5" which for someone who works during the day, you pretty much have to take a full day of work off depending on how far your commute is. 2) The 310-lb power rod upgrade did not come w/ Instructions and I made the mistake of putting it to the side without opening it until after I had completely assembled the gym. I had to unscrew the 3 threaded screws under the power rod box (which had too little vertical clearance w/ the screw drivers I had available). I had to hold up the gym w/ one hand and slide some books under both sides of the base to raise the power rod box high enough to get a screw driver in there. Since the power rod system was designed for upgrading; It would have been nice if something like this was included at the beginning of the assembly manual as the power rod assembly happens within the first 3 steps or so. 3) The instruction booklet section that directs you where to put the pulley cables into the stacked pulley (the abdominal bar one) tells you to route them one way and a few pages later shows a picture contradicting this routing method. I had to remove the stacked pulley and reroute after routing the entire pulley system. 4) In order to use the abdominal bar/exercises you need to take the quick slot pulley's from the side bars. When removing the pulleys I don't have enough slack to get them to the abdominal bar above the seat. Still trying to figure that and it is not mentioned from what I can see in the owners manual. I plan on updating this morning after some regular usage. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2013 by artayd2

  • It works
Where to begin... Shipping/Delivery Debacle A little bit of irony here... the Bowflex comes in 5 boxes and according to the warnings on the boxes, should be shipped together, with the same carrier. Well, one of the boxes (the smallest one) ended up in the hands of a different carrier. This carrier thought they had a package weighing over 250 lbs to deliver; so they were quite adamant in speaking to me on the phone before delivering it (understandably so, why waste all that effort if no one is home?). That made for an awkward moment when this big semi came to drop off this tiny little box and the delivery driver was totally mystified, wondering where the rest of it was. The other 4 boxes happened to come the same day, from the other carrier (who never actually called to setup a drop off time). This carrier operated out of a completely different city than the one above. Instructions The instructions are somewhat adequate in figuring out how to put it together. There were a number of steps where information was missing, such as when to tighten bolts completely (some areas it was clear when and what to tighten completely and other areas they say finger tighten but fail to tell you when to tighten all the way; and considering the multitude of warnings about making sure things are tight before using or you could break the machine or hurt yourself, you would think the effort would be made to make sure it was clear when to tighten stuff --- especially when the machine is together, some bolts are harder to get to). The manual also failed to point out what to do with all of the clips (only a few were mentioned), although it would be obvious to most were they are hooked onto. Initially, it can also be a bit difficult to get enough slack to connect power rods or the leg lift attachment. After some time, you get comfortable with how to manipulate the machine. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2013 by Rick S

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