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Bio Force Pro

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Bio Force Pro is the only professional home fitness system to feature breakthrough Nitrogen Charged Cylinders. The nitrogen charged cylinders compress to add resistance when the exercise cables are extended and there is both positive and negative resistance. Changeover speed with Bio Force Pro is fast and easy for the resistance, but exercise changeovers are not as easy due to a lot of switching between the various attachments. Slide-n-lock resistance means you can change weight without getting off the machine – going from 10lbs to 250lbs in a snap. The 250 lbs. of resistance should be plenty for most exercisers and the resistance, though a different feel than free weights, is comparable in resistance. Bio Force Pro will work for both men and women alike. Custom fit workouts are no problem with multiple arm articulation, adjustable leg developer, adjustable back rest, and a two position seat.


Bio Force Pro comes complete with up to 250 lbs of resistance, leg developer, lat tower and Curtis Martin’s personal workout program chart. You also get the Owner’s Manual featuring over 100 body shaping exercises, and football strength and condition coach Eric Litcher’s Bio Force Pro workout DVD showing you proper form and technique on a variety of popular movements.

The Bio Force Pro is easy to move if you want to move it out of the way while cleaning the floors or if you’re moving your workout area to another room with the tilt and roll wheels. An ab strap may be included depending on where you buy it, but you’ll want to make sure it’s part of your package since it usually doesn’t cost extra when included and there’s no use paying for it later. The assembled dimensions of the Bio Force Pro are 52-3/4″L X 65″W X 82″ H and the assembled weight is 174lbs.

If your comparing the Bioforce Pro to the Bowflex or Weider Max then you might consider that the BioFlex does not come with a squat bar, as some of the others in this category and you may prefer the rowing option found on the Classic & Xtreme Bowflex models. If you prefer flat bench exercises as the bench is only usable in the seated-upright position. The resistance is the main difference in that the BioForce Pro uses the nitrogen charged cylinders, the Bowflex uses the power rods (Classic & Xtreme) or spiraflex technology (Revolution), and the Weider Max uses the Compound Resistance System (CRS) or flex rods. It’s best to get on each any way possible and try them out for feel if you’re thinking to go this way rather than with a traditional weight resistance system.

Warranty/Guarantee: 2 years on frame & parts / 30-day money back guarantee

MSRP: $1248.50

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Reviewed by admin on 07 October 2011

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  1. Jim McEwen says
    22 January 13, 6:39pm

    I have the bio force 2.2, my best friend wants to get the bio force pro, please tell me where we can buy one

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    • admin says
      20 February 13, 2:30am

      I think Walmart may have the BioForce, but not 100% sure. Neland, You might check with them for parts also.

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  2. jose parra says
    05 February 13, 6:06pm

    where can i buy a BIOFORCE GYM?

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  3. neland kissinger says
    08 February 13, 8:51pm

    I need to replace the left cylinder on my 1.7. i am losing resistance. can you tell me where to get one?

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  4. David Frank says
    01 March 13, 11:03pm

    The company may be out of business. Their web url is up for sale. Good machines but I don’t know where I will get parts if I ever need any.

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    • Charlie says
      06 May 13, 7:10pm

      I own a Bioforce as well and cannot find where to replace one of the cylinders, very frustrating.

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  5. Anthony Abbruzzese says
    25 April 13, 3:05pm

    Hello, I purchased the bioforce gym…i’m looking at the dvd and noticed there’s no menu for each excercise? So If i follow the training program suggested, I have to watch and find the excersices to make sure im doing it right? Is there any menu anywhere where i can skip through and go straight to the excersice I want to use?

    PLease help…if worse comes to worse I can re-watch the whole dvd (80 minutes) and note each excersice at what time it was displayed…..hhhrg

    thank you

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