Bodycraft Xpress Pro Review
A home gym is one of the most versatile tools you can get. The machine can give you the chance to complete over 30 exercises, with many ways you can work on your every muscle group. The Bodycraft Xpress Pro is a home gym just like that – a high-end machine that has plenty of features that can enrich your life and make working out in one spot easier. Read on to discover whether it deserves a spot in your home!
Very sturdy and stable steel frame, protected by an electrostatically applied coating
Seat and backrest are adjustable, accommodating users of all shapes and sizes
Durable, double-stitched upholstery
Six workout stations with cable arms and an additional leg press station
Over 100 exercises
Multiple grip options
Highly-durable steel weight plates
Extremely heavy - 500 pounds
The Xpress Pro has a total of six workout stations. The chest press station has a set of handles that have multi-grip positions. The handles cannot be adjusted, but the different grip positions allow users of all heights to use it comfortably. The Xpress Pro chest press station has one unique feature - a double-up feature, which increases the resistance to 400 pounds. The adjustable arm station is a welcome addition, as many home gyms in this price range do not have it. The arms can be set into 10 different positions, and they have standard grips. The pulleys of the arms can rotate 180 degrees. This way, you can do a lot of various exercises that focus on your arms and chest. A high pulley station has a standard lat bar with curved, high-density padding. The mid-pulley station is for ab crunches, and the required ab harness is included. The low pulley station has a short extension chain and a pulling handle. A footplate improves stability, while the ankle strap allows you to do abductors and adductors. The leg developer station has four-inch foam rollers for comfort, and an optional leg press station is available if you decide to order it. And just like the chest press, the leg press has the same double-up feature, increasing the weight to 400 pounds, instead of 200.