As some readers may recall, Bowflex got its start in the 1980s advertising innovative home gyms through infomercials. Since that time the Vancouver-based firm is now Nautilus, Inc. and enlarged its Bowflex brand to include dynamic cardio trainers for people at all skill levels. They’ve gained loyal fans with TreadClimbers and Max Trainers, which are popular alternatives to standard treadmills and ellipticals. These fitness machines are gentler on the body (lower effect) and more effective at burning weight and strengthening muscles. Bowflex TreadClimbers allow rapid calorie burn through low-impact walking. Using a TreadClimber you can attain the weight loss, cardio advantages and muscle burning usually related to running. Meanwhile, the Bowflex Max Trainers allow higher intensity workouts: mimicked running plus upper body workout. Max Trainers can deliver remarkable results with only 14 minutes of exercise per day.

Also new for 2018 is the Nautilus brand Bowflex Results Series. This Series debuted in the spring with two ellipticals and 2 treadmills. All four machines are costly for residential use, but every surpasses standards for commercial versions. The “Bowflex Results” brand name is well justified concerning the physical workout quality and fitness tracking possibilities it supports.

Since so many men and women are busier than ever, and because Bowflex products work as advertised, these time-saving coaches have had remarkable sales and earned overwhelmingly positive customer testimonials. It hasn’t been difficult for Nautilus to include actual customers in its motivating ads. Check out the alternatives available in 2018.

Bowflex Results Ellipticals
Bowflex Results ellipticals are a fresh option for 2018. Competitively priced and incredibly smooth, they are likely making other leaders at the home elliptical industry a little jittery. Both Bowflex Outcomes ellipticals — the E116 and E216 — meet high standards for functionality and look equipped to control in their cost courses (under $1,500 and below $2,000). Your results can be exceptional, as evidenced supplies 30 and 35 pound flywheels, steep power incline for sculpting the body, and multi-grip handlebars for targeted upper-body toning.

These coaches are data-rich as well. As your output changes, calorie burn feedback is corrected to encourage perseverance. A Bluetooth link is supplied for syncing the workout data with a Bowflex Outcomes mobile app or your favorite third-party app for fitness.

Bowflex Max Trainers 2018
This durable whole-body trainer can serve a whole family. Trainees can burn just as many calories on the Max Trainer M3 as on pricier units — up to 600 calories a half hour based on Bowflex trials! Trainees use a dial to pick from 8 resistance levels for use with two built-in programs: manual mode and a 14-minute preset workout. Users using WiFi access can use four complimentary Motion Traxx work outs too. A chest strap is supplied for wireless heart rate tracking.

While the Bowflex M3 has its own rewards, some shoppers would rather have a higher model for more programs, additional features and an even more robust product.

Bowflex Max Trainer M5: The Max Trainer M5 is an advanced version of the M3. It divides resistance to 16 levels as opposed to 8 for improved customization, and the immunity is computerized instead of manually controlled. Much like the M3, two profiles are encouraged. For coaching guidance users may get four Motion Traxx workouts via a cell program. The Bowflex Max Trainer M5 has considerably greater built-in app variety though: Including manual mode and a fitness test it’s nine built-in apps. Other upgrades are backlighting for the data display, contact grips as well as wireless heart rate technology, upgraded pedals and much more comfortable hand grips. The Bowflex M5 has an online sale price of $1,599 and includes a last-minute guarantee.

Bowflex Max Trainer M7: The Bowflex M7 arrived as a new top selling model in 2016. Compared with the M5 it comprises additional workouts, including 7-minute and 21-minute variations of this classic 14-minute Bowflex session. Also the Max Trainer M7 includes 20 resistance levels, commercial standard grips, four user profiles, a enhanced media shelf along with other upgrades.

Selling for $2,199 with a three-year warranty, the M7 is the most costly Bowflex Max Trainer but in addition, it offers the most effective long-term value.