Total Gym 1900

January 9, 2020 - Comment

The Total Gym 1900 is designed to help you tone, sculpt and strengthen your entire body without requiring the bulk and expense of a complete home gym. The Total Gym 1900’s ergonomic glide board has handles that allow you to work your upper body, lower body and abdominal muscles. Meanwhile, included leg and wing attachments

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(as of April 19, 2020 5:23 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

The Total Gym 1900 is designed to help you tone, sculpt and strengthen your entire body without requiring the bulk and expense of a complete home gym. The Total Gym 1900’s ergonomic glide board has handles that allow you to work your upper body, lower body and abdominal muscles. Meanwhile, included leg and wing attachments allow you to focus on your legs and arms. The compact, efficient trainer can replace an entire gym of equipment, yet folds away for easy storage in a closet. The Total Gym 1900 offers more than 60 different exercises that allow you to lift an adjustable percentage of your own body weight against gravity. The glide board based exercises are smooth and fluid. As your strength and conditioning improves, you can boost your resistance percentage easily increasing the incline and body weight lifted in each exercise.

Product Features

  • Strengthens and tones multiple major muscle groups simultaneously
  • Delivers a total body workout in only 10-20 minutes
  • Over 60 different exercises – cardio, strength training and stretch all on 1 machine
  • 12 calibrated levels allow for 3-45% body weight resistance
  • Accommodates beginner to advanced fitness levels – ages 8 to 80
  • Arrives fully assembled & folds for easy storage
  • 350 lb user weight capacity
  • Over 60 different exercises – cardio, strength training & stretch all on 1 machine

Comments

Anonymous says:

Some caveats I looked into every Total Gym that’s offered. It seemed like this one had all the attachments and did everything the other do. It works well and was easy to set up. However, there are a few things to consider:1. It’s really long. I had to put it diagonally in the room.2. You can’t put on all the attachments and leave them. Some attachments get in the way of other exercises or attachments. So there’s a lot of taking off and putting on of these parts, which takes more…

Anonymous says:

Wow. Who’d have thought? Like many folks, I’ve been seeing the many versions of this being offered on those Chuck Norris infomercials for decades. The device looks easy to use. But for some reason, I’ve always thought of the Total Gym as being gimmicky, so I’ve tended (without ever having tried one) to dismiss them as ineffective.Fully stretched out, this thing is kind of long. For the first two weeks or so that I had it, I was folding it up after each use so I could tuck it into the corner to free up…

Anonymous says:

So far, so good Since I have only had mine a few days, I’ll start with setup, etc.THIS THING IS BIG!Somehow I thought it was just over six feet long. Wrong.It requires NINE feet, minimum, for full setup. Second item: The instructions are . . not . . written for Snowflakes that must be lead by the hand. They are for CYAWP (cover your posterior with paper). Once you use them for the sequence to do things in, and then add common sense, it is very easy. Specific example: The safety hitch C…

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