Fitness Quest Bio Force 1.7 Home Gym | Continuous Resistance with 170 Pound Weight Stack
This home gym uses a resistance system similar to the Power Rod technology used by Bowflex but aims for more consistency throughout the entire range of motion. With Bowlex, resistance begins low and increases as the band is bent, creating a spring-like effect. The Bio Force Total NitroCell Technology provides even resistance throughout each rep.
While the motion is impressively smooth and continuous, this technology should NOT be compared with the benefits of free weights.
The Bio Force 1.7 includes 170 pounds of total weight resistance and features multiple arm articulations, a leg developer, a lat tower, and a two-position seat. Up to 100 exercises are possible on this versatile machine.
The gym is sturdy and built with heavy gauge steel and stainless hardware. The "slide-n-Lock" weight-changing system makes it simple to switch weights to increase or decrease resistance.
The printed instructions are very easy to understand and well-labeled parts make assembly relatively painless. The package includes plastic coated quick-glance exercise sheets, a how-to setup video for different exercises, a nutrition guide and a 3-ring binder of workout photos.
The Bio Force models numbers are based on the size of the weight stack -- 1.7 is equivalent to 170 pounds of resistance, 2.2 equals 220 pounds etc.
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