Compare Features: Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
Total Gym Supreme
Includes Total Gym Supreme, six accessory attachments, four workout DVDs, workout and nutrition guide, and Rosalie’s fitspiration
Six accessory attachments: two-piece ab crunch, two ankle cuff leg pullies, squat stand, and tri-grip shaper bar
Four DVDs: Total Gym Basic Workout with Rosalie, Rosalie’s Core Cable Flow, John Carleo’s Six to Eight Minute Workouts, and Todd Durkin’s Beginner DVD
12 levels of resistance
Measures 93″ x 43-1/4″ x 16″, weighs 75 lbs; supports up to 275 lbs
2-year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty
Total Gym XLS
Works with all fitness levels from beginner to advanced.
Includes Wing Attachment, Leg Pull Accessory, Ribbed Squat Stand, 5 Workout DVDs, Exercise Chart, Training Deck, and a Nutritional/Meal Planning Guide.
A 400 lb. weight capacity and over 80 exercises to work all of your major muscle groups – cardio, strength training, circuit training and stretching, all on one machine.
No assembly required, universal home gym folds for easy storage.
Dimensions Unfolded: 19″ W x 90″ L x 43″ H
Dimensions Folded: 19″ W x 51″ L x 9″ H
Protected by a 6-month warranty on all parts plus a Lifetime Warranty on the frame.
Total Gym FORCE
No assembly required & folds for easy storage
350 lb. user weight capacity
Flexible nylon strap handles
Auto Lock Height Adjustment Knob
12 calibrated levels
Padded Pillow for extra comfort
Limited One Year Warranty
Dimensions Unfolded: 16″ W x 92.5″ L x 43″ H
Dimensions Folded: 16″ W x 50.5″ L x 8″ H
Compare Levels/Resistance: Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
The Total Gym Supreme has 12 levels of resistance.
The Total Gym XLS features various height levels to accommodate every fitness level. It works with all fitness levels from beginner to advanced.
The Total Gym FORCE has 12 calibrated levels.
Compare Accessories: Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
The Total Gym Supreme comes with six accessory attachments: two-piece ab crunch, two ankle cuff leg pullies, squat stand, and tri-grip shaper bar.
The Total Gym XLS includes Wing Attachment, Leg Pull Accessory, Ribbed Squat Stand, 5 Workout DVDs, Exercise Chart, Training Deck, and Nutritional/Meal Planning Guide.
The Total Gym FORCE comes complete with accessories designed to enhance your at-home workout routines: Best-Selling Ab Crunch Accessory, Wing Attachments, Leg Pull Accessory, Dip Bars, Press Up Bars, Large Stability Mat and Squat Stand.
Compare Workouts: Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
The Total Gym Supreme includes Four DVDs: Total Gym Basic Workout with Rosalie, Rosalie’s Core Cable Flow, John Carleo’s Six to Eight Minute Workouts, and Todd Durkin’s Beginner DVD.
The Total Gym XLS has over 80 exercises targeting all muscle groups for cardio, strength training and stretching, all on one exercise machine. The Total Gym XLS workouts tools include: Start It Up: An introductory Total Gym XLS workout, 6-8 Minute Workout: 12 work-along workouts for men and women pressed for time, Smart Training Workout: An efficient workout employing slow, precise movements to target specific muscles, Body Makeover for Total Gym: High-energy, high-powered workout and Simple at-a-glance exercise wall chart with 35 exercises.
The Total Gym FORCE includes several Workout DVDs & Tools to get you started on the road to success: Intermediate Program DVD with Todd Durkin to step-up your game by challenging strength, increasing intensity to build muscle & burn fat, Total Body Workout DVD with Rosalie Brown – a complete workout targeting trouble zones from head to toe.
Compare Maximum User Weight Supported: Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
The Total Gym Supreme supports up to 275 lbs, the Total Gym XLS supports up to 400 pounds and the Total Gym FORCE supports up to350 lbs.
Compare Price: Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
The Total Gym Supreme is priced at $299.94+S&H: $29.97, the Total Gym XLS is priced at $850.00 and the Total Gym FORCE is priced at $299.99.
Compare What do I get? Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
With the Total Gym Supreme you also get six accessory attachments, four workout DVDs, workout and nutrition guide, and Rosalie’s fitspiration.
The Total Gym XLS includes 5 workout DVDs, an exercise wall chart, training deck and nutritional program/meal planning guide
The Total Gym FORCE includes several Workout DVDs & Tools to get you started on the road to success: Intermediate Program DVD with Todd Durkin to step-up your game by challenging strength, increasing intensity to build muscle & burn fat, Total Body Workout DVD with Rosalie Brown – a complete workout targeting trouble zones from head to toe, Total Gym Exercise Flip Chart – Your Personal Training System and Nutritional Program & Meal Plan.
Compare Warranty: Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
The Total Gym Supreme comes with a 2-year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty, the Total Gym XLS is protected by a 6-month warranty on all parts plus a Lifetime Warranty on the frame and the Total Gym FORCE comes with a Limited One Year Warranty.
Compare REVIEWS: Total Gym Supreme vs XLS vs Force
Total Gym Supreme REVIEW
The price for the Total Gym is excellent and the quality is very good. However, out of the box, assembling this unit is a nightmare, and the directions are not very helpful. Even a mechanical person will find this a challenge to get together and a DVD of how to assemble the unit might be more valuable than one of the workout DVD’s. The purchase was worth it and is recommended for people who already work out in some fashion, as many of the exercises are quite challenging. As a first time exerciser, this might be a bit too much for you.
The excitement of this big purchase turned to extreme frustration when it came to assembling the unit. The directions are very confusing for someone who is not used to assembling things of this nature. A DVD showing assembly would have been great as the diagrams are so poor. The glider is not as quiet as it is shown on TV. The DVD workouts are for different machines which is very disappointing. Aggravated and disappointed, is putting it mildly!
You have to be a mechanical engineer to assemble the Total Gym with all the little parts, and pulleys and pins and screws that need to be put together. Not worth the purchase because it’s just to frustrating to put it together.
Total Gym XLS REVIEW
The Total Gym XLS is good for tight places or RV. It is okay but weight resistance is very low, even with the added weight bar added. You can get more resistance, cheaper stuff, and more range from Bodylastics Pro Quality Resistance Bands, or similar type bands. This device in not worth $800-$1000, in craigslist used ones routinely go for $100 of this exact model.
The infomercials show Chuck Norris and Christie Brinkley for 30 minutes faking sweat and gush about the benefits of Total Gym. When ordered and set up and put on the highest setting you only get to use your own body weight as resistance. A simple push up provides greater resistance than the highest setting on Total Gym.
The sled does not accommodate a tall person. Your head will cantilever beyond the top and your neck stresses constantly without the support. It’s a hard fit getting on the sled with feet in place, knees bent and head overshooting the comfort cushion. The sled length is not a given spec but appears to be the 51″ fold up dimension.
The pad is like rock, extremely hard. Total Gym XLS is easier to adjust and would look nicer if it were not for the mis-shaped foot pad on the bed, the foam under it was cut wrong and shows a large un-even crease, very tacky. Not worth the product for the price of +$1200, $700.00 is pushing it. The workout is great but the product is really cheapened.
Total Gym Force REVIEW
Total Gym Force is not already assembled-but it sets up fairly quickly. The Ab pads are not attached to arms. The workouts are completely enjoyable. Exercise routines in book are set up in order of working body parts, but require more exchanging parts so it’s easier to do all the exercises with one set up and then change it instead of resetting it after each workout.
The basic equipment is “ok”, but the attachments are cheaply built, decals are ridiculous junky and unprotected, and even the matter that comes with this set is at least 2 ft too short.
This machine helps support the back when exercising. The down side about this package system is that the videos that come with it don’t coincide with all the attachment that comes in this package. You will not be able to do some exercises on the videos, since they use other attachments that don’t come with this particular system. Other than this little problem, the machine is great.
The handles spin around and are difficult to hold. The cables and these handles are meant for someone taller. Unfortunately this may result in arm twisting while pulling yourself up and may give you a shoulder pain. It takes up a lot of space in the living room. It is about 10 feet when extended. Difficult to do most of the exercises if you are short, probably better for someone taller.
The Mat that is provided is little short to maneuver the exercise machine freely. The Mat could have been little longer (at least by 1 feet) for free movement.
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