Crystal Schwanke

Crystal Schwanke has been immersed in the fitness and health world since 1999 when she took her first weightlifting class for PE credit and fell in love with feeling strong. Since then, she hasn’t strayed far from workouts (from yoga and Pilates to HIIT and weightlifting) or the pursuit of nutrition knowledge. She’s working on certifications in personal training and nutrition coaching.

Bowflex PR1000 Review

Bowflex PR1000 Review: Is It Worth Buying in 2022

Bowflex is a household name when it comes to exercise equipment, but does the PR1000 deserve the reputation? In this Bowflex PR1000 review, I’ll discuss the pros and cons of the home gym, who it’s right for, and what you may want to consider instead. It’s great for some people, but keep reading to see why it might not be the best choice for you.

How to Choose a Home Gym – Some Decision-Making Tips

Whether you ultimately decide to go with the Bowflex PR1000 will depend on what you need, your budget, the amount of space you have in your home, and what you expect from exercise equipment like this. Here are some tips that will help you decide whether the PR1000 is the best choice, or if you may want to keep looking. Keep them in

Total Gym XLS vs GTS

Total Gym XLS vs GTS: Which is Best For Your Home Gym?

There’s a huge difference when it comes to the Gym XLS vs. GTS, but it could still be hard to choose. Should you save the money and get the XLS without all the GTS perks or splurge on the most extravagant Total Gym on the market?

Let’s walk through the pros and cons of each one, what you get with each purchase, and take a look at other options that might meet your needs if neither the XLS nor the GTS is the perfect solution for your home gym.

Features of the Total Gym XLS

This isn’t the most basic model, but it’s nowhere near the GTS level. However, it’s a top seller, so there’s got to be something to it, right? Here’s what you get:

  • 80+ exercises you can do
  • 6 levels of resistance
  • Max user
total gym xls vs fit

Total Gym XLS vs Fit: Which is Right for You?

When the choice is down to the Total Gym XLS vs. FIT, they can seem so similar it’s tricky to decide which home gym is right for you. There’s only about a $400.00 difference in price, so is it worth it to save the cash, or are the differences so outstanding that you’ll be 100 percent happy you went for the more expensive FIT in the long run?

I know which one I would choose, personally, but it may not be the right choice for everyone, so we’ll give each machine a thorough look in order to allow you to make your own decision.

The Main Differences Between the Total Gym XLS vs FIT

The Total Gym XLS vs FIT may have more in common than any other two machines in the line-up. Here’s how they differ, though:

  • The Total Gym XLS only has six levels of resistance, whereas the FIT has 12.
  • The Total Gym XLS costs less and lets you pay across 10 months if you choose to finance, whereas the FIT cost
Total Gym Supreme vs XLS

Total Gym Supreme vs XLS: Which is Better?

Trying to decide between the Total Gym Supreme vs. XLS models? There are so many differences between these two, it should be fairly easy to make a decision once we dive in and compare them.

Still, choosing a Total Gym (even once you’ve narrowed it down from all the home gym setups out there) and weighing all their pros and cons can feel like an intimidating task.

Any Total Gym will help you improve your health and fitness levels, so you can get an effective workout no matter which one you go with. Let’s take a look at how the Supreme and GTS compare in price, features, add-ons, and comfort so you can decide which one is right for you.

The Main Differences Between the Total Gym Supreme and XLS

The Total Gym Supreme vs XLS comparison demonstrates just how similar these two models are, but there are some marked differences between the two. Which features a

Total Gym Supreme vs Fit

Total Gym Supreme vs Fit: Which is Right For You?

So, you know the Total Gym concept is right for your home, but the Total Gym Supreme vs. Fit is still making it hard to decide. I get it. On one hand, you can save a lot of money and skip a few perks. On the other, the more expensive option looks serious.

Would either one change your life in the same way? Let’s break it down and see how they compare. Then you can decide which one you need.

The Main Differences Between the Total Gym Supreme and Fit

There’s quite a substantial price difference between the two Total Gym models, so you’re probably wondering if the Fit is really worth the extra cash, or if you could get the same workout on the much less expensive model. The Supreme doesn’t have the same aesthetic appeal as the Fit, but does that make up the bulk of the difference? Let’s see:

  • The Total Gym Supreme is well under $1000.00, whereas the Fit is over $1000.00 (sometimes twice that).
Mirror vs Tonal Gym

Mirror vs Tonal Gym: Which is Better for Your Needs?

When you’re trying to decide between Mirror vs. Tonal gyms, you’ll notice that neither one takes up an exorbitant amount of space. From that point in the comparison on, though, they’re very different.

One has a heavier focus on strength training, while the other barely require any equipment at all. One acts as the trainer by increasing your weights and tracking progress to move you toward your goals, and the other allows you to follow along with workouts plus hire a trainer for 1-on-1 sessions where they can see you and give you feedback.

Choosing between these two will be tough, so we’ll walk you through the features, pros, and cons of each one and then tell you where we stand

Main Differences Between the Mirror vs Tonal Gym

The main differences between the Mirror vs Tonal Gym are:

Whether you go with the Mirror or Tonal gym, you can still get in great shape

powerblock vs ironmaster

Powerblock vs Ironmaster [2022]: Which is The Best Brand

Adjustable dumbbells are such a brilliant invention and a good way to build your strength without letting your fitness equipment take over your house.

You can keep them in the corner of your living room or home gym without worrying too much about an ever-growing collection that costs you more and more as you make gains. That brings us to the Powerblock vs Ironmaster debate: which one is better, and why?

These two dumbbell brands provide the same function, but they’re very different in a lot of ways. Let’s look at the features, pros, and cons of each one, then compare them side-by-side, to see which ones are the perfect fit for you. We’ll give our recommendation at the end.

Main Differences Between Powerblock vs Ironmaster

The Main Differences Between Powerblock vs Ironmaster are:

  • The Powerblock weights require you to purchase the in-between upgrade in order to use the maximum upgrade, whereas the Ironmaster doesn’t require it (you ma

Bowflex PR1000 vs Blaze: Which One Should You Buy?

Is the Bowflex PR1000 or Blaze better? They’re similar enough at first glance and both use the power rod resistance system, but there are some marked differences between the two that make one better than the other, in my opinion.

We’ll compare the ability of these machines to adapt with you as you gain muscle and get stronger, consider the number of exercises you’ll be able to do with these home gyms, and more, so you can decide if the Bowflex PR1000 or Blaze is better for you.

Main Differences Between Bowflex PR1000 vs Blaze

The main differences between Bowflex PR1000 vs Blaze are:

  • Bowflex PR1000 is available on the Bowflex website, whereas the Blaze is no longer available there.
  • Bowflex PR1000 allows you to do 30+ exercises and rowing, whereas the Blaze lets you do 60+ exercises, rowing, and leg presses.
  • Bowflex PR1000 cannot be upgraded with more weight
sole f80 vs nordictrack 1750

Sole F80 vs NordicTrack 1750: Which One is Better?

The Sole F80 and NordicTrack 1750 are both excellent treadmills from well-known fitness brands, so it’s no wonder you’re on the fence about which one is better.

Let’s take a look at how they differ, what they have in common, and which one may best fit your needs and preferences. I’ll give my recommendation at the end, but you can’t go wrong with the Sole F80 or the NordicTrack 1750. It really boils down to which features are important to you.

Main Differences Between the Sole F80 vs NordicTrack 1750

The main differences between the Sole F80 vs NordicTrack 1750 are:

  • The Sole F80 has 10 preset programs, whereas the NordicTrack 1750 utilizes iFit for a variety of trainer-led workouts.
  • The Sole F80 has a 9” screen that displays stats, whereas the NordicTrack 1750 has a 10” screen that lets you follow along with a trainer (and can also display stats and a leaderboard).<

Sole F63 vs F80: Which is The Best For Your Needs?

You’ve narrowed your treadmill decision down to the Sole F63 vs F80, but how do you decide? They’re both excellent machines that will help you stay active whether it’s too cold for outdoor running or walking and/or you can’t get to the gym. I’ll compare them here and you’ll see just how similar they really are.

The Main Differences Between the Sole F63 and F80

Since the Sole F63 and F80 are from the same brand, there will be a lot of similarities, but let’s see how they differ. (Honestly, they’re not that different.)

  • The Sole F63 has a 3.0 HP motor, whereas the Sole F80 has a
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