Bowflex Xceed Home Gym

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  • Compact home gym for full body workout from over 65 gym quality exercises
  • Provides as little as 5 or as much as 210 pounds of resistance with Bowflex Power Rods
  • Integrated lat tower with angled lat bar helps to build back and shoulder muscles quickly
  • Leg extension/leg curl attachment can be removed for squats
  • Upgradable resistance up to 310 lbs.


The Bowflex Xceed is designed for serious strength training in home gyms. With a lat tower, squat station, leg attachment and bench press the Xceed offers the capability of performing over 65 gym-quality exercises in a relatively small space.

Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 53 x 49 x 82 inches; 183 Pounds

Item model number ‏ : ‎ 100382

Department ‏ : ‎ Unisex-adult

Date First Available ‏ : ‎ October 31, 2016

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Nautilus, Inc.

Country of Origin ‏ : ‎ China

Best Sellers Rank: #24,310 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #14,144 in Exercise & Fitness Equipment

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Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,481 ratings

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5.0 out of 5 stars | Get this if you don't want to go to the gym, and have limited space
Very good home machine. Let's get something out of the way now. This is not supposed to be like free weights. That said, it's a great little machine if you upgrade to the 410lbs. I am a fairly big guy, and can deadlift and squat over 500lbs. Is this true weight, of course not. It's tension resistance from bending a material. It is going to be progressive. This works out in a home gyms favor, as it is lightest at the weakest part of a movement. Eliminating the need for a spotter or anything of the sort. I can lift by myself, and I can push myself. Are you going to be maxing out your movements, no.... Don't think you will be, plain and simple. 410lbs of resistance on this is probably closer to 275lbs. A lot of it depends on the range of motion you get, the more the rod bends, the more resistance you will get.
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2019 by Steve

5.0 out of 5 stars | Bowflex Xceed is X2SE without quick changing pullies.
The Bowflex Xceed is a wonderful workout machine thus far. I am reasonable And got this as a public gym replacement. 2020 had those closed a few months and this was less than the monthly membership. Build: First let me say a friend is essential to put this monster together in a reasonable amount of time. The issue is there are tight tolerances so loose fitting all the screws then tightening them at counter points is a must. Also the parts are labeled in tiny print at each bolt is named by size, thread depth and not an easy alphabetical system. Seriously you will be squinting and thinking you are crazy. It will work out. The item is sturdy and fits me at 6'3". It will eventually rust as it is steel which is normal for home gym equipment (only perfectionists will care but they will). It is well made and built like good home gym equipment. Buy Rogue if you want nicer and hate your wallet. Nothing out of the norm. The bench can also be improved with more resistance rods. Ohhhh yea the box it came in was a total mess on delivery and I was shocked the machine inside was unscathed. I was shocked it lacked blemishes given how tenuous the box's existence was. Moving this box was the first workout this machine provided then assembly was the second. Workouts: It does what cable pull machines, free weights and barbells can do. Basically replacing a bench press station, leg presses and putdown machines. It giving about 3 feet of travel on the wire. So you can do most actions excluding dead lifts. Again think bench press station. This is good for what it is. The Xceed allows most of what the higher end machines bow-flexes provide. However you will be using caravanserai to change from task to task. This is easy enough but quicker carbeaners can really speed things up. I also like to leave spare or additional grips on at the same time to speed up transitions. The X2SE does not require wire manipulation and thus is nicer but sorks humbrid vs shwift teen humbrid on the official bow-flex web page is a lot. Resellers are making a killing in 2020. Some reviews are fixated on comparing this to gravity workouts, they are not the exact same. Gravity can offer more resistance but is much more expensive and space consuming. Most people will never get to the point of outgrowing this machine. Those that have outgrown this machine flood the reviews with dumb but honest stuff. But this is a nice machine if you know it is easier than gravity. But a nice gravity bench and lat pull down, leg machine is some coin. Buying the wight plates puts you up at the X2SE price and not the Eceed. Basically if the price is good you get so much more for your money. People who bring up the discrepancy over resistance are not wrong, it is true. But they miss the point, this machine is inexpensive for what it provides the resistance is astonishing. two 50 lb barbells are currently half the price of the machine. Also the resistance rises the cooler the nylon rods are. Like a memory foam mattress. Who should get this: Reasonable goals and working people with limited space/time/budget. My big advice on getting a bow flex is they are a great start point for working out. It is self contained, looks nice and holds up well. Also you can start with super low resistance and work up. Also the way it sits makes watching TV and working out easy. The gentle resistance is good for rehabbing injuries and allows you to move up in resistance as well as keep both sides of your body honest and balanced. The machine is also good if you are older as you can set it to what you need. The machine will get you pretty big if that is a goal. But reasonably so. 400+lbs resistance is more than most will ever get to. If you are a lifter/bodybuilder you will need a gym. As a former swimmer and martial artist, it will make you look good by those standards. Line backer..... probably not. Cross-fit.....Buy a box and an old truck tire then play on the local jungle gym. Close: Again, for the real price this machine is hard to beat for a workout from beginner to advanced workouts. Expert and professional level is something else but this can get you to needing that next level. Which, again for the price is amazing.
Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2020 by Gumonchoji

1.0 out of 5 stars | Not a good investment at all!
Of course it is what your paying for but dont expect it to last to long. I really do enjoy the work out I get but not even 2 months into owning it from brand new the 50Lb. Rod on one side is getting extremely weak compared to the other 50Lb. I use equally as much. So honestly for $600 you can spend your money more wisely. As the reply I got from customers service was "you can purchase replacement rods from our website." Very nice so take that in consideration when you buy this product every 2 month you will more than likely have to replace the rods which are the main part of the workout machine. This could get very expensive.
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2019 by Amazon Customer

1.0 out of 5 stars | Fake news
The only way you'll get 210lbs of resistance from this thing is moving the box into your house. Good news is it's easy to assemble, and then disassemble to return.
Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019 by Andrew

5.0 out of 5 stars | Bowflex Still Makes the Best Home Gyn
This is the 6th Bowflex I've owned. Over the years, when moving, I would just sell my Bowflex and then get the latest model once I moved into my new place. I've had most models since 2001 including the Xtreme 2 SE and the Revolution...all great! This time around, I need something during Covid that was available and since I'm planning to move again, I didn't want to spend money. Therefore, I chose the Exceed. Even better, my credit card points covered the purchase as it's pretty inexpensive. I have to say, compared to the Xtreme, this comes "extremely" close to what the more expensive machine can do. And the solid quality is pretty much the same. Perhaps it does a few less exercises and it's not as easy to change exercises, but given the price of $699 including shipping? You're silly to spend more. This machine has more than enough capabilities for 90% of the buyers. The only thing you'll really ever need to do is add more bows for more resistance. My only gripe about Bowflex and these units is that they haven't invested a lot in the resistance machines in years and lack technology a lot of other home fitness gyms have. With that said, their machines have stood the test of time and back in the day when I was seriously into working out, this machine made me ripped. They really should reinvest in developing new models again. Oh, and one big piece of advice. When putting together this machine, be sure to leave all screws/connections very loose. You'll find that connections can sometimes be off ever so slightly and you need to shift the various parts a little to get all the holes to align. Once you get it all together then you can go around the entire machine and tighten anything. This advice will save you a ton of time. Overall, this machine gets an A. It's sturdy, well made, gets the job done and the price is incredible. If you use this machine at least a few days a week, you will see results in 4-6 weeks.
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2020 by rmp

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