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Fit Tip Thursday How to Combine Cardio and Strength with Dumbbells - Part 1

How to Combine Cardio and Strength with Dumbbells – Part 1

Posted On Mar 8, 2018 By Bowflex Insider Team

Sometimes, we simply don't have time to separate our cardio workouts from our strength workouts. Whatever the reason may be, there's good news! By combining cardio with strength, we can work around this obstacle. Even if you only have one... Read More
Fit Tip Thursday: All the Single Ladies Workout

All the Single Ladies Workout

Posted On Feb 1, 2018 By Bowflex Insider Team

We at Bowflex like to treat the month of February as a heart-healthy month of empowerment. Valentine's Day can be hit or miss – but no matter which side of the debate you fall on, there is no denying that personal achievement can be one of the greatest paths to feeling amazing about yourself. Jumpstart your day with this heart-pumping, cardiovascular HIIT workout.... Read More
Why Everybody Can Use HVT

Why Everybody Can Use HVT

Posted On Jan 9, 2018 By Tom Holland

When it comes to designing exercise equipment at Bowflex, we have a few specific goals in mind: Innovate We strive to improve upon traditional exercise equipment, like combing an elliptical and a stair-stepper into the Bowflex MAX, making walking even... Read More
The Benefits of Combining Cardio and Strength

The Benefits of Combining Cardio and Strength

Posted On Dec 28, 2017 By Tom Holland

By now it's a pretty well-known fact: The number one reason people give for not exercising is lack of time. They simply can't find an hour, or even thirty minutes for that matter, to exercise. So they end up not... Read More
How To Run Infinitely: Common Injuries and Tips to Train Smarter

How To Run Infinitely: Common Injuries and Tips to Train Smarter

Posted On Oct 30, 2017 By Bowflex Insider Team

Over time, running can take a toll on your body. Despite its many benefits, the repetitive stress and impact of running can often lead to joint pain and injury. In fact, you might be surprised to learn that 74 percent... Read More