Intro
Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym

The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE home gym uses Bowflex’s patented Power Rod technology to deliver 210 pounds of resistance, (upgradeable up to 410 pounds).

Start out with as little as 5 pounds of weight and keep adding Power Rods until you reach your maximum weight resistance.

The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE offers several attachments (built-in as well as included separately) and delivers 70+ exercises at your disposal.

Learn more in our full Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE review below…


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Properties

Model Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE
Rating

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83.9/100 Rating
Rating: 83.9%
List Price

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$1,599.00
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$1,399.00
Type

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Power Rods
Max. Weight

Home Gym Max Weight is the maximum amount of weight, in pounds (lbs), that can be lifted on the machine.

210 lbs
Exercises

Home Gym exercises is the number of exercises you can do on the machine.

70+
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Seat

The seat on a Home Gym can be adjustable, padded, or detached.

Bench (Adjustable)
User Weight

Home Gym User Weight is the amount of weight, in pounds (lbs), that it can safely support, which can represent durability.

300 lbs
Dimensions

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Length: 4' 10"
Width: 4' 1"
Height: 6' 11"
Workout Area

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8' x 6' 5" (L x W)
Legs

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Abs

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Curls

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Pulldown

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Rows

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Accessories

Many Home Gyms have optional accessories you can purchase separately.

- 310 lb Rod Upgrade
- Bowflex Body Plan
Warranty

The warranty is a very important part of your investment. The longer the warranty, the longer you can get free/discounted repairs by the manufacturer.

Power Rods: Lifetime
Machine: 7 Years
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Full Review

Quick Summary
Rating: 83.9/100. Minimize time spent in-between exercises setting up for the next routine with no cable changes and ergonomic design. Versatile home gym features wide selection of exercises and several accessories.

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Pros:
- Home gym features patent Power Rod resistance
- 70+ exercises and even more variations supported
- 210 lbs. of resistance with 310 lb. Power Rod upgrade
- Ergonomic bench seat adjusts to individual preference
- Lifetime coverage on Power Rods; 7 years on machine
- Bowflex Body Plan and fitness guide included

Cons:
- Pricey home gym not within everyone’s budget
- You’ll need some time to assemble trainer
- A few customer complaints about noisy operation

Introduction

The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE home gym includes a two-position adjustable lat tower, four-position lower pulley squat station and no-change cable pulley system.

The components of the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE home gym make it possible to develop strong legs, flat abs, and toned glutes as well as sculpted chest and arms.

It’s a versatile trainer with 70+ exercises available as well as numerous enhancements including 310 lb. and 410 lb. Power Rod upgrades.

Home Gym Workout

The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE home gym includes over 70 exercises toning all major muscle groups in arms, shoulders, back, legs, chest and abs.

Exercises concentrate on problem areas such as triceps, biceps, wrists, hips, calves and lower back muscles.

Bowflex also offers an ab crunch shoulder harness to give a greater workout to your abdominal muscles.

Stay motivated thanks to the lat tower with angled lat bar and 4-position lower pulley/squat station.

Home Gym Features

Bowflex’s Xtreme 2 SE home gym allows users up to 300 pounds to work out comfortably and effectively.

While the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE home gym accommodates all sizes of people, the compact design also fits in all sizes of rooms.

You can’t beat Bowflex’s Power Rod technology which gives you the benefits of free weights without the risk to joint injuries.

Because the Power Rods are built with the highest quality composite material, Bowflex boasts that the Power Rods will never wear out.

Stay comfortable and keep the pressure off of your back with the ergonomic adjustable seat.

The no-change cable pulley system lets you move from squats to lats to leg workouts without ever needing to change the cables. The no-change system means less time spent making adjustments in between exercises and more time working out.

The unique 5-way hand grip/ankle cuffs of the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE are designed to add flexibility and performance to any workout. The functions include a Regular Grip, Non-Grip Cuff, Ankle Cuff, Foot Cuff and a Shoulder Cuff.

Dictate your angle of resistance with multiple cable and pulley positions for added effectiveness to many exercises.

A purchase of the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE includes Bowflex’s notorious Body Plan as well as a detailed owner’s manual/fitness guide.

Warranty & Guarantee

The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE home gym warranty and guarantee includes:

Power Rods: Lifetime
Machine: 7 Years

Conclusion

The Xtreme 2 SE home gym gives you most of the features of newer models without the extra cost., and you’ll save time and money with the no-change cable system.

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8 Comments

  1. earl rogers
    July 29, 2012

    For additional cost, can someone set up my delivery?

  2. Kyle
    July 30, 2012

    Hi Earl,

    Yes, I typically pay to have my fitness equipment delivered, brought into my home, installed, and checked.

    To me, it’s well worth the investment to save hours of installation since they’re high-tech machines.

    Let me know if you have any other questions,
    Kyle

  3. Lisa
    December 27, 2012

    I would like to know what the weight increments are on the Xtreme 2 SE model? I’ve heard that a big disadvantage of the Revolution model is that the weight differentials are in 10lb increments only. I’m hoping that is not the case with the Xtreme 2 SE.

  4. Kyle
    December 28, 2012

    Hi Lisa,

    Great point! The Xtreme 2 SE has power rods ranging from 5 – 50 lbs, so you can increase the weight by 5 lbs (per side) easily.

    Have a good day,
    Kyle

  5. Raghu
    January 13, 2013

    Kyle,
    How does the PR3000 stand against the Xtreme 2 SE? Thanks for your time!

    Nice day,
    Raghu

  6. Kyle
    January 14, 2013

    Hi Raghu,

    The PR3000 has a lower overall rating, about 20 less exercises, and it’s not sold/supported as well since it’s an older model.

    If you’re looking to spend less than the Xtreme, a higher rated gym than the PR3000 is the Blaze.

    In my opinion though, the best bet around that price range is the SelectTech 1090 adjustable dumbbells with a bench ($599, with the bench it would be $848).

    Some people prefer the Power Rods, and I like them too for their fluid motion, but nothing beats dumbbells in my opinion.

    I have a Blaze, and I’m planning to sell it soon because I do all my strength exercises with SelectTechs. They’re so versatile, and you can do an almost unlimited number of exercises free form and with the bench.

    Let me know if you have any other questions,
    Kyle

  7. Matt
    January 7, 2014

    Is there a difference between the xtreme 2 and the xtreme 2 SE?

  8. Kyle
    January 9, 2014

    Hi Matt,

    Sorry for the delay! Yes, these two are different, but it’s mostly due to an updated design and a few engineering improvements.

    The older non-SE is not sold new anymore since it was replaced with the SE model, but it still has 210 lbs of Power Rod resistance.

    If you’ve found a good deal on a used one (preferably under $600, though around $500 would be better) it could be a good option, just make sure it’s in good condition before you pay because the warranty won’t transfer.

    Have a good day!
    Kyle

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