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4.0 out of 5 stars Bowflex is good .... Bioforce is BETTER!
I've owned many types of gym equipment in the past , including free weights , multi-station gyms , and various Bowflex models (namely the Power Pro and the Sport). They can all be effective . I liked the Bowflex , and for some , they would suit most people's needs. It wasn't until I tried the Bio Force TNT out at my local sporting goods store that I came to the...
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Published on March 12, 2008 by DMG

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1.0 out of 5 stars the great machine that was but is not
So I purchased this machine and loved it however, one of the cylinders went out 12/1/13 and looked everywhere for a replacement without having any luck. I emailed tony littles website and this is the reply I got

"That product has been discontinued and parts are no longer available for it. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you."

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4.0 out of 5 stars Bowflex is good .... Bioforce is BETTER!, March 12, 2008
By DMG (NY) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Bio Force 2.2 Home Gym (Sports)
I've owned many types of gym equipment in the past , including free weights , multi-station gyms , and various Bowflex models (namely the Power Pro and the Sport). They can all be effective . I liked the Bowflex , and for some , they would suit most people's needs. It wasn't until I tried the Bio Force TNT out at my local sporting goods store that I came to the realization that this machine is superior.
The resistance changes are effortless and extremely quick , one can do a ton of exercises on it , and the resistance is constant throughout the range of motion . It took me 2 1/2 hours to assemble , but it was well worth it , and I rather enjoy projects like this.
I heard from a representative that the pistons have been tested through 150,000 strokes. That should last me about 12 years if they decide to fail at that point. They're about $66 bucks for a pair plus shipping , so not too bad if they ever need changed.
This thing is smooth , built solidly with excellent hardware , and designed to last . Excellent product. The only reason it didn't get 5 stars was the lack of a bar for doing squats. I improvised and bought a 9 lb rubber coated Troy bar and place the foot straps over each end. It works like a charm.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bioforce ROCKS!!, May 23, 2008
By Timmy P. (S. Calif) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Bio Force 2.2 Home Gym (Sports)
This product really surprised me. I'm completely happy with this home gym set. I looked around for about a month with Bowflex, Total Gym, Weider and a few others. I chose this one after testing it at Sports Authority.

Before I go any further, here's my background for those wondering my level. I've been working out for the last 20 years. I'm a more advanced or serious lifter. How serious? Use to work out almost everyday (record was 22 days straight) for over 2 hours a day taking supplements, protein bars, shakes, etc... Average then was about 5-6 days a week, 2 hours non-stop (without talking to anyone!!). You know who you are people. Some of you talk more than u work out. Dont get me started with those on cell phones at the gym... Anyhow, now it's about 3-4 days a week since I picked up some other sports.

PROS:
-Positive and negative resistance
-Smooth and does not stick, not as good as free weights though
-Constant resistance (Bowflex starts low, then increases as band is bent more)
-Very easy weight changes, slide and lock, average 2-5 secs per side
-Solid, heavy duty parts all around (I even do pullups on it)
-Looks good and welds are clean. Good workmanship.
-Complete upper torso, arm and lower leg workout
-Instant changes from 10 - 110 lbs per side. (i bench 290 on free weight and I do about 10 reps on 110 lbs.) weight should be plenty for most
-mobility, can be moved by leaning whole gym and wheeled across room
-extensive DVD and exercise book to get beginners going
-comes with a good handles and leg straps (mostly for women)

CONS:
-Would have liked an adjustable tilt bench, it does have 2 height adjustments for short/tall person, but no angle adjustment for incline/decline

I dont think I could have designed a better home gym set for under $1k. It's solid, super quick in changing resistance, pleasing to the eyes, and can be moved easily. For those thinking about Bowflex with the bands, consider the time it takes to change weights by finding the correct band, then hooking them up, on BOTH sides. Also, the Bowflex resistance didn't feel natural because it started light then got heavier as the bands bent more. Bowflex is a solid machine but those 2 factors was unacceptable to me.

That's my personal opinion. If you need more, try a internet search on "bioforce infomercial review". There should many other positive reviews on it from beginners to serious lifters like me.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bio Force 2.2, November 24, 2008
By AlfredENeuman - See all my reviews
This review is from: Bio Force 2.2 Home Gym (Sports)
Product Research - I was looking for a home gym and had pretty-much decided on Bowflex; just trying to decide between two models when I actually found Bio Force by accident while picking up other items at Sam's Club. I was immediately impressed by how solid and attractive it was, and after a few repetitions of 2 or 3 different exercises on the floor model, I found myself feeling less enthusiastic about the Bowflex. Not being an impulse buyer, I visited Sports Authority to get their take on the Bio Force. The salesperson there had nothing but positive comments about the Bio Force, while pointing out the sagging disconnected power rods on the well-used Bowflex floor model.

Purchase - With my research complete, I was sold on Bio Force. I realized that the model at Sam's Club was a special package deal labeled "Bio Force 2.2 with Bench." For $894 (+ tax) I got the Bio Force advertised here, along with a separate bench that enables the user to lie flat, as well as in several adjustable incline positions.

Assembly and Use - The Bio Force was extremely well packed and in perfect condition. With first-rate printed instructions and well-labeled parts, assembly was a snap in about 2 hours. The DVD excellently demonstrates the various exercises available, stressing form and posture, and clearly shows the different pulley locations for each setup. The DVD also has assembly instructions, but I didn't need to use them. Unless one is a true body builder, I believe the 220# resistance should be adequate for most users; it feels like "real weight" to me! Changing resistance levels and pulley locations is a breeze, and the resistance feels consistent throughout each movement. I've only had the machine a few days, but I am confident I made the correct choice. The separate bench is a definite plus, as it adds additional versatility to the machine and the exercise routine. Be aware that Bio Force Model 2.2 equals 220# of resistance. There is another (apparently new) version called Model 1.7 with only 170# of resistance.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really great product, July 28, 2008
By KANE (VEGAS) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Bio Force 2.2 Home Gym (Sports)
Hey, I am here to let you know this is an excellent product. Background: I am terrible assembling things and have no interest in working out on something complicated. So here's the good news. Even I was able to assemble this thing myself in about three hours. I have never seen directions for something un-assembled as clear and easy to follow as this. PLUS, there's a DVD that shows every step in case you get stuck (which only happened to me once). My finished product used every part and was sturdy and sound.

Now, like another reviewer on here I bought this at Sports Authority in May for $999. They had it set up right next to a Bowflex Motivator. So I will explain what I saw which I hope helps (really, you should visit a store too and see this for yourself as words don't do it justice): The Bioforce whoops the bowflex up and down in all the areas that mattered to me. That is, spacewise the Bioforce is smaller and also looks a lot more presentable. Resistance wise, the bioforce really is smooth and the bowflex, well not as much. Finally, changing around difference exercises/weight was a breeze on Bioforce, and quite less so on the bowflex. About the only thing the Bowflex has better (perhaps) is more exercises. As a specific example the Bioforce bench does not lay flat so there is no traditional "bench press."

With that said the Bioforce has many exercises including a sitting chess press and a ton of others. For someone like me who wants to work out and doesn't need a ton of different wacky exercises, the Bioforce absolutely covers the basics AND many advanced exercises. There's no aerobic "rowing" type thing, but I have a separate bike for that. Changing weight (resistance) is so, so easy, just turn the knob to what you want.

Final note is this, one of my cables was "catching" out of the box. I contacted customer service and they zipped me a replacement FAST. So, I can advise if you need support my experience with them was very positive.

Overall this is a great product for the average user. I can't speak for so called power users but there are so many exercises and the resistance even at 25-45 seems to me to be a plenty, so I think one would have to be a workout fanatic to exceed this machine's capabilities. If you want a quality home workout that is easy to use, this machine is what you need.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars VERY IMPRESSED!, January 5, 2012
By RoddyDoesntKnow - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Bio Force 2.2 Home Gym (Sports)
Okay, so I have never felt like reviewing anything before, but I thought I had to for this product because it doesn't have very many reviews.

To start with, it was delivered super fast, AND FREE. Can't beat that.

Secondly, I'm not a very handy person but luckily for me, my dad is. That being said, we got this put together in 2.5 hours. It would have been less, but it actually takes quite a while to unbox everything. Putting it together was very very easy! The instructions really could not have been any more clear. Not once did we look at the instructions and scratch our heads. So simple and no extra parts.

As for the performance of the machine, I have only had it 2 days, but just the look and feel of it lets me know it is worth every penny. I can't compare it to any other top of the line machines, but I can tell you that the machine itself is rock solid, the weight resistance is the same all the way through the lift, and if you didn't already know it was a resistance and not real weight machine, I really don't think an average lifter would be able to tell the difference. I could not be any happier with this purchase. The only thing I wish it came with was the detachable flat bench, but it doesn't look like that would work for this model. No big deal though, that just would have been a bonus.

Believe me, I looked all over the internet for reviews on other products, but really I finally had to pull the trigger and take a chance on this. I really believe I made the right choice, and I hope you do too! I really can't recommend the Bio Force 2.2 enough. There's only minimal cable changes (for when you want to work legs, switching out the seat, etc) but as I said, it really takes no time at all. The only thing I don't like is the pin for the seat. It's just annoying more than anything, but not a huge deal since you really might only be switching off the seat once or twice per day, or maybe not even at all depending on what you are doing.

I will post an update in a few weeks to let users know how the machine is holding up! Good luck!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bio Force 2.2, November 24, 2008
By AlfredENeuman - See all my reviews
Product Research - I was looking for a home gym and had pretty-much decided on Bowflex; just trying to decide between two models when I actually found Bio Force by accident while picking up other items at Sam's Club. I was immediately impressed by how solid and attractive it was, and after a few repetitions of 2 or 3 different exercises on the floor model, I found myself feeling less enthusiastic about the Bowflex. Not being an impulse buyer, I visited Sports Authority to get their take on the Bio Force. The salesperson there had nothing but positive comments about the Bio Force, while pointing out the sagging disconnected power rods on the well-used Bowflex floor model.

Purchase - With my research complete, I was sold on Bio Force. I realized that the model at Sam's Club was a special package deal labeled "Bio Force 2.2 with Bench." For $894 (+ tax) I got the Bio Force advertised here, along with a separate bench that enables the user to lie flat, as well as in several adjustable incline positions.

Assembly and Use - The Bio Force was extremely well packed and in perfect condition. With first-rate printed instructions and well-labeled parts, assembly was a snap in about 2 hours. The DVD excellently demonstrates the various exercises available, stressing form and posture, and clearly shows the different pulley locations for each setup. The DVD also has assembly instructions, but I didn't need to use them. Unless one is a true body builder, I believe the 220# resistance should be adequate for most users; it feels like "real weight" to me! Changing resistance levels and pulley locations is a breeze, and the resistance feels consistent throughout each movement. I've only had the machine a few days, but I am confident I made the correct choice. The separate bench is a definite plus, as it adds additional versatility to the machine and the exercise routine. Be aware that Bio Force Model 2.2 equals 220# of resistance. There is another (apparently new) version called Model 1.7 with only 170# of resistance.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Versatile but Labor Intensive, December 3, 2009
By M. Lobdell "mmlobdell" (Knoxville TN) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Bio Force 2.2 Home Gym (Sports)
I have been using my home gym for about a year now. The set-up was fairly easy and didn't take very long. The gym does not take up an inordinate amount of room. It has an almost absurd number of exercises; unless you are a body builder, I doubt most people would use half of them. However, I did like that there were exercises that were "graduated" so that you can work the same muscle group progressively as your strength improves.

The only real "con" I can think of is that it is very difficult workout done in 20 minutes as they advertise. There is A LOT of switching around the various attachments in order to work different muscle groups. I ended up meticulously planning my workouts for the ease of not having to stop after every exercise to change the machine drastically. I recommend that the different exercises be studied first and then plan out a routine to save time and effort.

Otherwise, I have been very pleased with the machine, and for the price, it is every bit as good as more expensive machines on the market.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Way better than the other machine ***flex, June 24, 2008
By Lordbokor (St. Pete, FL) - See all my reviews
Picked this thing up at my local Sports authority (Sorry Amazon) but it is awesome the resistance is great. I was sorely suprised to find that I actually lift less on this machine than I did with free weights. If you are already a beast and looking to get bigger than a normal buff human it may not be for you (maximum 210lbs of resistance) but if you want to get in decent workout shape... sorry I would ad a picture but I am currently still kinda fat and nobody wants to see that then I think this would be great for you. If somebody came in my house today and stole this while I was at work I would have to go buy a new one tonight(sorry honey, DOH!)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Better than the Bowflex, March 15, 2008
By DMG (NY) - See all my reviews
I've owned many types of gym equipment in the past , including free weights , multi-station gyms , and various Bowflex models (namely the Power Pro and the Sport). They can all be effective . I liked the Bowflex , and for some , they would suit most people's needs. It wasn't until I tried the Bio Force TNT out at my local sporting goods store that I came to the realization that this machine is superior.
The resistance changes are effortless and extremely quick , one can do a ton of exercises on it , and the resistance is constant throughout the range of motion . It took me 2 1/2 hours to assemble , but it was well worth it , and I rather enjoy projects like this.
I heard from a representative that the pistons have been tested through 150,000 strokes. That should last me about 12 years if they decide to fail at that point. They're about $66 bucks for a pair plus shipping , so not too bad if they ever need changed.
This thing is smooth , built solidly with excellent hardware , and designed to last . Excellent product. The only reason it didn't get 5 stars was the lack of a bar for doing squats. I improvised and bought a 9 lb rubber coated Troy bar and place the foot straps over each end. It works like a charm.
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1.0 out of 5 stars the great machine that was but is not, December 23, 2013
By stone - See all my reviews
This review is from: Bio Force 2.2 Home Gym (Sports)
So I purchased this machine and loved it however, one of the cylinders went out 12/1/13 and looked everywhere for a replacement without having any luck. I emailed tony littles website and this is the reply I got

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