Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym

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  • Offers over 50 gym quality exercises to work out your entire body
  • Provides as little as 5 or as many as 210 pounds of power rod resistance
  • Multi use hand grip or ankle cuffs designed to add flexibility and performance to any workout using the quick change power rod system
  • Upgradable resistance to 310 pounds
  • Heavy duty steel construction frame offering long term durability


The Bowflex PR3000 is a total-body home gym with more than 50 strength exercises and no cable changes needed between sets using the Quick Change Power Rod system. The Bowflex PR3000 home gym is a great way to strengthen your muscles with over 50 strength exercises. With up to 210 pounds of Power Rod resistance (can be upgraded to 310 pounds), this versatile machine helps work the abs, arms, chest, back, shoulders, and lower body. It includes a no-change cable pulley system, vertical bench press, triple- function hand grips for lat pull-down, and four-inch upholstered roller cushions for leg extension and leg curl exercises. The PR3000 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. 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.Features and Specifications:Multi-use Hand-Grip/Ankle Cuffs designed to add flexibility and performance to any workout Workout Placard displays workout descriptions for easy reference while you're exercising Number of available exercises: 50+ No- change cable pulley system 210 pounds of Power Rod resistance (which can be upgraded to 310 pounds) Four-inch upholstered roller cushions for leg extension and leg curl Vertical bench press Triple function hand grips for lat pull down Triple function ankle cuff grips Leg Attachment Height: 83 inches (211 cm) Length 64 inches (163 cm) Width 41 inches (104 cm) Workout Area: 100 x 78 inches (254 x 199 cm) Maximum User Weight: 300 pounds (136 kg) Exercises:Bench Press Decline Bench Press Incline Bench Press Crossover High Rear Delt Rows Seated Shoulder Press Shoulder Shrug Lateral Shoulder Raise Shoulder Rotator Cuff (internal) Shoulder Rotator Cuff (external) Standing Low Back Extension Narrow Pulldowns Stiff-Arm Pulldowns Reverse Grip Pulldown Triceps Pushdown Triceps Extension Seated Biceps Curl Triceps Kickback Seated (Resisted) Abdominal Crunch Trunk Rotation Leg Extension Squat Standing Calf Raise Standing Hip Extension (knee bent) Standing Hip Adduction Standing Hip Abduction Hip Flexion Manufacturer's Warranty Frame - one year; Rods - seven years; Parts - 60 days 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

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No

Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 76 x 86 x 82 inches; 173.6 Pounds

Item model number ‏ : ‎ 100142

Department ‏ : ‎ Unisex-adult

Date First Available ‏ : ‎ August 18, 2008

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Nautilus, Inc.

Country of Origin ‏ : ‎ China

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Best Sellers Rank: #86,651 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #40,850 in Exercise & Fitness Equipment

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5.0 out of 5 stars | It’s not Iron, but it will do!
Amazon was having a sale on fitness equipment right before the Coronavirus lockdowns started to hit. My Husband was worried that the gym he was a member of would be closed, so we ordered the Bowflex PR3000 on March 16, 2020 for a great price of $489.99. It came the following Saturday by Amazon delivery. It’s was a big and heavy box but a set of hand trucks made it easy to get to where we wanted. Assembly was very simple for one with basic assembly skills and my Husband put it together in about 2.5 hours. The machine was tested for function and was very well thought out. The real workout came the next day. Nothing can replicate the way iron weights interact with gravity to give one a workout, but the Bowflex is an entirely different kind of workout. It is challenging and you can get into muscle exhaustion sets but it seems to take more reps than with iron. Still resistance is resistance and the Bowflex has strengthened and toned. My Husband says that it takes more reps to get properly tired but he is pleased with the results. One thing the Bowflex PR3000 home gym requires is some imagination to figure out how to work other muscle groups than listed in the manual. The list in the book is pretty good but to do variations on those exercises it takes some thinking. The Bowflex resistance is unlike machine type weights too in the fact that you are no locked on a path like on a machine. The Bowflex requires you to exert the force to move the resistance and the capability to maintain the arc to accomplish the exercise. I think it makes you stronger. Switching between exercises is pretty quick. Certainly quicker than waiting on the next machine at a busy gym. Some add ons we have purchased from Bowflex are the abdominal crunch attachment, the ex curl bar, and the 310 lb upgrade. The ez curl bar is very useful for lat pull downs, squats (with squat pad), triceps and deadlifts. My Husband is not very happy doing bicep work on the PR3000 so he uses an old ez curl bar and weight set for that. What originally started out as a gym solution for a Coronavirus lockdown has turned into the preferred way to workout. It is so much nicer to be able to save that time spent at the commercial gym and spend it at the home gym. Is the PR3000 the perfect end all solution to a real gym? No, but it is good enough if you don’t seek to be a bodybuilder, but just want to get fit and reasonably strong. It’s not Iron but it’ll do!
Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020 by In NC

5.0 out of 5 stars | Fat guy loves it so far!!
Just finished first workout and ranged through a ton of exercises as a test run. My rating is based on 2-3 hours of relatively easy assembly (have a ruler handy as some of the hardware is hard to differentiate), an understanding of what I want out of a home gym, and my experience during my first trial run. I'm a fat, 42-year-old former college offensive lineman with a hot wife, three kids, a full time job, and no time to head out to a gym. Already have a treadmill and single pair of adjustable 25lb dumbbells, but the treadmill gets monotonous and the dumbbells, while effective, can get pricey with heavier weights needed - not to mention the hassle of constantly adjusting the weights. I wanted more variety, a good path to healthy weight loss, and hope to improve both strength and conditioning. Gotta look better for the hot wife and want to be healthy and around for the kids and myself. I read tons of reviews and settled on the PR3000 as the best possible bang for the buck - I believe I will be extraordinarily satisfied. So, I finished assembly last night and gave it a go today. The PR3000 doesn't require cable changes, which I imagine would be a royal pain, and seems to me to be a major selling point. Handgrip changes, seat adjustments and removal, power rod adjustments, and leg extension adapter removal also super easy. I found the cables to be a tad short at times, but a slight form or seat adjustment fixed it straightaway. Aside from avoiding cable changes, perhaps my favorite element of the Bowflex system in general (this is my first Bowflex) is the constant tension of the power rods. The inertia generated with free weights is removed from the equation, whereas back in college, I was able to bench press 425lbs in large part because of the initial power press off of my chest. This system makes you work through the entire range of motion and I found that slower movements really focused on the muscle groups I hoped to train. So far, so great and I'm really excited to make use of some of the workouts contained in the Owner's Manual. I'll modify this review should I encounter problems in the future.
Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2017 by Amazon Customer

3.0 out of 5 stars | Acceptable
I waited several months before writing this review. The machine I would describe as average. I cannot imagine someone who is into anything other than average weightlifting being satisfied with this product. Pros: Great not having to change cables between most exercises Number of exercises which can be done Good quality seat and handles You can assemble with one person- I did this alone although it took me twice as long as the instructions - instructions would have been correct had I enlisted help to assemble. Cons: When using the top cable pull downs for exercises which point away from the machine - the machine will actually lean forward from the base - doesn’t feel steady at all. Difficulty in tightening some of the bolts in areas as they are hard to reach especially the ones on the bottom of the machine Certainly done get the range of motion and resistance as compared to traditional weight machines - makes me wish I had not gone with cables and instead went with the traditional plates
Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020 by Nancy

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