Body Solid 3000 Review
What You Should Know
Home gyms are ideal for individuals wanting to exercise in the convenience of their homes. An effective home gym features strength training exercises as well as cardiovascular exercises. An individual should look for a product that allows training of all major muscle groups.
The Body Solid 3000 is ideal for the beginner as well as the experienced weight trainer. The multiple stations and multiple weight stacks allow more than one individual to train at one time. The price on the official website is a concern. At close to $4,000 for one piece of equipment, is the Body Solid 3000 really worth it?
List of Ingredients
Multiple station home gym featuring dual weight stacks.
The Body Solid 3000 is a commercial grade home gym featuring exercises including leg press, chest press, pec dec, lat pull down, leg curl/extension, knee raise, tricep dip and low pulley. The user capacity on the official website states two, but in actuality the user capacity is three. Only two individuals can use the weight stacks at one time.
The maximum weight of the Body Solid 3000 exceeds 200 lbs. This amount is sufficient for the begging to moderate weight trainer. A more advanced individual will find this amount too low and potentially be deterred from purchasing the home gym. We could not find a suggested weight limit for individuals using the Body Solid 3000. This is a concern due to potential bodily injury.
Unless a user has a space of 10 feet by 10 feet, the Body Solid 3000 is not a practical choice. The Body Solid 3000 is extremely large for a home gym as well s heavy. The product ships in eight separate boxes weighing more than 400 lbs. We found assembly take close to four hours. In the event an individual assembles the product alone, the time increases substantially.
The price will surely deter the cost conscience dieter from purchasing the Body Solid 3000. At close to $4,000, the Body Solid 3000 is not a value considering this amount finances at least 20 years at the average health club.
- Multiple stations.
- Lifetime warranty.
- Built from commercial-grade materials.
- Multiple weight stacks.
- Available on the official website.
- Long assembly time.
- Not a space saver.
- The machine weighs more than 400 lbs.
We love multiple station home gyms. A dieter has the ability to work all major muscle groups in the convenience of their home. The unfortunate side of the Body Solid 3000 is the price, size and weight. With a staggering price tag of $4,000, the Body Solid 3000 is not an ideal choice for the cost conscience weight trainer.
The Body Solid 3000 is not designed as a space saver. To effectively use this piece of equipment, an individual will need a space of at least 10 feet by 10 feet. The average room size is not this large. The weight is another deterrent of the Body Solid 3000. The total weight is more than 400 lbs. Once in place, the machine is virtually impossible to move without multiple individuals.