With the Bowflex Blaze, you can perform more than 60 resistance-based exercises at home. The training system in this gym is unique only to Bowflex machines. With this resistance system, the joints are not overworked due to the smooth, fluid movement. The resistance is continuously provided during each exercise, just as it would be with free weights.

You’ll be able to work out the entire body with this home gym machine. By using the mid-level pulley, you can perform a number of chest exercises or perform rowing exercises. Do not forget to work your deltoids, arms, and shoulders. Work out your lats, your back, and your shoulders with the upper pulleys. With the leg extension/curl, you can work your quads and hamstrings for a full-body workout.

Using the mid-level pulleys allows you to do squats as well. You may as well do away with the gym membership if you buy the Bowflex Blaze because this machine can get you fit.

Bowflex Blaze Home Gym Review

Technical Info:


  • 90″ in length
  • 38″ in width
  • 83″ in height


  • You’ll find more than 25 exercises that cover every part of your body.
  • Power Rod resistance of over 200 pounds.
  • The rolling seat converts the bench into an aerobic rowing machine.
  • Media rack built into the cabinet.
  • Cable pulleys with multiple positions allow you to change resistance angles easily, allowing many exercises to be more effective.
  • Aerobic rowing is a great cardio and strength workout.
  • Bench press with horizontal position.
  • This vertical folding bench will maximize the available space in your gym.


  • Machine: 5 year
  • “Lifetime” for Rods
  • Parts are covered for 60 days
  • Original owners are covered by the warranty for material and workmanship defects. No longer applies to wear and tear.

Shipping & Assembly

Depending on where you purchase the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym and your delivery preference, shipping costs may vary. However, some retailers may offer free shipping on orders over $99, such as Amazon.com.

Easy assembly instructions are provided with the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym. There are illustrations and enough details to make the instructions understandable. Despite the Allen wrenches provided in the packing, you’ll need an adjustable wrench and screwdrivers to complete the task. It shouldn’t take you more than 2-3 hours to assemble the car.

Bowflex Blaze Home Gyms Have What We Love

There are several options

What We Like

  • The Blaze Home Gym by Bowflex, which costs about the same as the PR3000, is a better buy. For starters, older adults are marketed as exercising equipment offering more options.
  • Rows are performed by sliding the seat on the bench. The Blaze Home Gym has the ability to upgrade its resistance to 310 pounds or 410 pounds, and that was probably the biggest deciding factor for us.
  • Home Gyms PR3000 and PR1000 do not have this feature.
  • With regards to warranty, the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym is among the best deals at this price point.
  • At this price point, the Bowflex Blaze Home Gym is our top choice due to these factors.

What We Don’t Like

  • Resilience: The review of Bowflex you read earlier probably gave you a small glimpse of what was coming. In order to maintain a gym for years to come, you need to make sure that you invest in one that will last. Bowflex Blaze home gyms are expensive to maintain despite their great quality.
  • A Resistance Rod® system replacement will be necessary over time.
  • Two or three years from now, you will notice a decrease in resistance.
  • Although you’re probably getting better shaped, as you bend constantly, these rods will lose their resistance.
  • Rods are covered under a lifetime warranty, however, there is no warranty for normal wear and tear.

In conclusion, here’s what I think about the Bowflex Blaze

In this price range, there are many options for home gyms. In addition to weight stacks and free weights, you can find excellent gyms that use the Bowflex Resistance Rod® system. If that is the case, then we would recommend the Bowflex Blaze for the price.

The design is fantastic and there are a lot of exercises available. There is only one real drawback to a Bowflex machine, and that is because it cannot be avoided. We have reviews of the Powerline BSG10X Home Gym and the Marcy Combo Smith Machine if you are still undecided on the resistance system for your home gym.