Bowflex PR1000 Home Gym



About this item

  • 25plus exercises that cover the entire body
  • Over 200 lb. Power Rod resistance
  • Multiple cable pulley position allows you to easily change the angle of resistance and increase effectiveness of many exercises
  • Bench converts to a rolling seat for aerobic rowing
  • Maximize your gym space with vertical folding bench
  • New integrated device holder to support your smart device
Item Weight 144 Pounds
Brand Bowflex
Color Black
Material Other
Item Dimensions LxWxH 103 x 80 x 82 inches


Top reviews from the United States
  • Freddyman 5.0 out of 5 stars This is a great system - especially in that it provides an aerobic ... Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2018 Verified Purchase This is a great system - especially in that it provides an aerobic rowing option - yup...rowing! This thing is actually fun to use. Has a holder (two red things on main vertical beam) that adjust to hold whatever device you put in there...for your phone/tablet to watch video while you row or listen to music etc while working out. This is a very high quality made device. Easy to assemble (states two persons required - I did it alone in about 2 hours going at a casual pace, however I would recommend asking for help moving the box as it weighs 144lbs...did that alone too...but was definitely a challenge getting it to our basement). Took up less space than I thought, meaning I thought I would have to leave a lot of space to the sides to account for the power rods to bend outward...but they stay close to the machine somehow so I was able to put it a lot closer to a wall than expected on one side. Also - the long front part folds up to get it out of the way if needed. Using this system has been easy and the booklet includes many different workout routines. Assembly tip - do not use the included weird "wrenches", if they could be called that, go find a separate wrench and separate socket wrench with right sized socket to use on the nuts and bolts. 109 people found this helpful
  • Steve 5.0 out of 5 stars Works for Me! Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2020 Verified Purchase I must preface this review by the fact that I am 80 - but in good health. The Covid issue caused me to look for another way to maintain some muscle mass and bone density besides going to my normal group classes at MVP gym. I have recently returned to bike riding and kayak pedaling (Hobie Mirage), for my aerobic training and the Bowflex does all my resistance training. Yes, I agree that if I was 30-50 again, I might outlive the resistance strength of this machine, but look folks, if you are not bodybuilding to the point of having more strength than you need - this is great. My 84 year old wife works out on this too, as it is very easy to change "weights" and we both like the fact that it is silent! About the weights - it doesn't have any . . . and even though the whole unit is sturdy and solid, I can easily fold, slide onto a hand dolly and move anywhere in the house! Not so easy when you have a lot of weight involved. I have just finished radiation treatment for prostate cancer but will continue with hormone therapy for another year or so. So I need to maintain muscle mass during this treatment, and this is the right machine, at a very right price (also easy to assemble). Thanks Bowflex for keeping this unit in your lineup. 40 people found this helpful
  • diver64 5.0 out of 5 stars Easy set up, works great for toning and light strengthing. Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2018 Verified Purchase Easy to set up, this is a great machine for toning and strengthening muscle groups. I bought this to help my lower back and it is great for this. It is not for a serious body builder as the weight does not go high enough but for most who want to get in better condition at home it works quite well. I'm very happy with it. I used to life quite heavily and run marathons/triathlons but with a lower back injury and pinched nerve those days are behind me. This helps to keep me in shape and give me relief from the pain. Highly recommended. 59 people found this helpful


25plus  exercises that cover the whole entire body