See our Bowflex bodytower review here were we discuss the features, customer comments and how it can be used at home for your own workouts.
Here is a guide on doing push ups the right way. Check out our tips here and see a video demonstrating the correct form.
Here is a the XMark Power Tower XM-4434 review. This is a great addition to your home gym that won’t break the bank upon purchasing it. Weighing in at 200lbs it’s stable. This is a great addition for a program like p90x or p90x3 to do the pull-ups, dips and push-up routines.
Here is a review for the popular Weider Power Tower
Stamina 1690 Power Tower is a very basic model for under 100 dollars. You can do the regular pull-up exercises, dips and leg raises on it. Great option for anyone just started out or doesn’t need anything fancy.
Soozier Fitness Power Tower is great for doing pull-ups, dips and ab exercises. Check out our review for this power tower here.
Check out the Gold’s Gym XR 10.9 review here. Includes push up bars and pull-station ins on the back leaving you plenty of room for dips and abs on the front side.
Body Champs Body Body Vision PT600 Power Tower is an affordable solution for a pull-up, chin-up and lower ab workout. It also has a push-up bars on the bottom of it. You can do close and wide grip pull-ups with it. The our review for more information.
Body Champ’s 620 power tower model is a bit different than the 600 model in that it supports more weight. It is also a bit wider than the 600 model. See the Body Champ PT620 Power Tower Review here for more information.