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My new BodyCraft Xpress Pro gym

Discussion in 'Gym Equipment' started by Wherebob, Jun 2, 2007.

  1. Wherebob

    Wherebob Active Member

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    Bought a BodyCraft Xpress pro gym with leg press and set it up a few weeks ago. So far I love it. It's very smooth and has a great range of exercises. This is the first leg press I have owned and has taken some getting use to. I use to do barbell squats which killed my knees but the leg press doesn't. I really would recommend this gym to anyone looking for a new home gym.

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  2. Wherebob

    Wherebob Active Member

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    Oh and the best thing on it in my opinion are these adjustable cable arms. These are a great full function workout and feels great when your done. They do take a little getting use to.
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  3. jesse1

    jesse1 Well-Known Member

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    Congrats, that is a great piece of equipment. How hard was it to set up?
     
  4. Wherebob

    Wherebob Active Member

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    Wasn't too bad if you have set up a home gym before, which I had. Might be a little tough for a first timer.

    Here's how the instructions look
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  5. CASABLANCA

    CASABLANCA Well-Known Member

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    Nice machine and nice cars :cool:
     
  6. liesepetz

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    I am thinking about buying one, too, but I don't like that you can only increase the weight in 10lbs steps. Other brands (e.g. Body Solid with their WSA2,5 and WSA5 "add ons") offer smaller weights to put on top of the weight stack, so you can increase weight in smaller steps. Did you find a working solution for the Xpress pro for this?
     

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