Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

Weider understands that an effective home workout should engage the core, build muscle tone and definition, as well as attack the biceps, forearms and lats. To accomplish these goals, Weider has designed the X-factor Plus Home Gym. This machine is perfect for getting a proper upper and lower body workout and a good combination cardio/weight […]

The Weider Chrome Dumbbells are an affordable alternative to the high profile adjustable models offered by Bowflex and PowerBlock. This is an excellent space-saving option when compared to a set of individual fixed weight dumbbells. Weight is gradually increased in 3 or 5 pound increments by adding additional plates. The EZ Spin-Lock collars make adjustment […]

The Weider 200 Power Tower incorporates four versatile muscle toning workout stations into one rugged unit. It features a padded vertical knee raise station, a dip station, a multi-grip pull-up station and a push-up station. This is an excellent piece of equipment for comprehensive upper body training using your body’s own weight only. Without the […]

At about half the price of the Total Gym 1700 Club, this body weight resistance system effectively delivers what it promises. Online customer reviews are almost unanimously favorable. It doesn’t have Chuck Norris or Christie Brinkley behind it — or the Total Gym name — but it essentially does the same thing. The Total Body […]

Weider touts this system as better than free weights. This may not be true for bodybuilders or pro athletes, but for the casual home user this is an very effective and versatile home system. The Weider Max adjustable pulley system gives you free range of motion for upper-body training and muscle building. The balanced leg […]