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Old 02-27-2014, 10:54 AM
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Any Bowflexers in the house?

I've been using one for years and really stepped it up after dropping the dope. Added in the treadmill about two months ago and it's going really well. Anybody use this lovable machine besides me?

Just my opinion but exercise is one of the most effective ways to get clean and stay that way
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Old 02-27-2014, 11:13 AM
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I don't use bowflex but do have various
other pieces of exercise machines that
help me work out in the comforts of my
own home.

I have always believed exercise, with
weights, for me, aids in warding off
diseases.

Im having to step up the squats to ...
I wish would eliminate the caboose, lol,
but feel like it's gonna follow me to the
ends of the Earth.
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Old 02-27-2014, 09:23 PM
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When I was in the penitentiary I had a whole routine for working out. But no I never used the BowFlex, didnt find the commercials too appealing as I have a full gym membership to all of this cities 6 YMCA's for a whopping price of $20/month. And I am not suppose to roam around to different Y's but I do, they say nothing about it. The only hassle is every year I have to go to the homeless area of town and get a letter from a local mission. Sometimes it bothers me to see the bums around there, it agitates me. Everything is just handed to them, there is no pain to change. But its worth the savings for me to go down there and get the letter. I am sure every metropolitan city has the same program. Its well worth it. Otherwise the membership is $50/m. Plus my transit pass is reduced as well, same kind of thing. Letter.
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TiredEnough,
Yes, I have a Bowflex. It's a little dusty. I need to get back on that horse. I wonder how my body will respond now that I've stopped boozing. That will be and interesting experiment.

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Several years ago I had the Crossbow, which was basically the cheaper version of the Bowflex. I loved it and used it routinely. I think someone can get great results with those things. I moved on to a different exercise regimen.
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Old 04-15-2014, 08:54 AM
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Glad to see I'm not alone

I just bumped up to the Revolution about a week ago. It's similar and Bowflex did a great job on the spiroflex stuff. Feels alot like free weights. Takes some getting used to, though.
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