Bullworker 36″ Bow Classic -Full Body Workout- Portable Home Gym Isometric Exercise Equipment for Fast Strength Training Gains. Cross Training Fitness; Chest, Back, Arms, and Abs Exercise Machine

July 29, 2019 - Comment

A Product Features Proven to Engage More Muscle Fibers and Build Strength up to 66% Faster than Lifting Weights: Quickly Sculpt Your Chest, Shoulders, & Arms Complete Portable Home Gym With Free Carrying Case & Routines to Follow – burn Calories and tone your Body in Minutes, anywhere! Perfect for All Fitness Levels – custom

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Product Features

  • Proven to Engage More Muscle Fibers and Build Strength up to 66% Faster than Lifting Weights: Quickly Sculpt Your Chest, Shoulders, & Arms
  • Complete Portable Home Gym With Free Carrying Case & Routines to Follow – burn Calories and tone your Body in Minutes, anywhere!
  • Perfect for All Fitness Levels – custom resistance to fit all your fitness needs. Easily adjustable from 0 to 130lbs of controlled resistance
  • No Setup Required – ready to go out of the box. 36″ Length
  • Your Satisfaction Guaranteed – We stand behind our products and offer a 90 Day Money Back Guarantee and 5 Year Warranty

Comments

Anonymous says:

Loving my new Bullworker Classic Like many I also owned a Bullworker in the late 70s but being a teenager I lost interest in the device because I didn’t know how isometrics work. A month ago I found a used model with the brown handles just like the one I owned back then.Suffering from back issues I was looking for something that would give me a good workout without much strain and the Bullworker fit the bill. The results I gained in just one month were so good I decided to purchase the New Bullworker Classic…

Anonymous says:

The Bullworker beat me like a drum, but it’s exactly what I needed A little backstory:Growing up in the 1970s I saw the Bullworker ads on television. I even had some buddies who either owned one or their older brothers did. I wanted one so, so badly but my mother didn’t want a muscle bound freak for a son and my father was terrified that the thing would slip or break and punt my head in to the neighbor’s yard. As a result of my parents’ fears, I only occasionally had opportunity to manipulate a Bullworker over at a friend’s house. No, they weren’t…

Anonymous says:

I Bought My First Bullworker When I Was 15 Okay, let’s take a brief trip back in time. It’s the 1970s, I’m 15 years old (maybe 14, it’s been a long time), a skinny, rail-thin kid, trying to find my way through Junior High School. I recall my late mother telling me (many years later) how she would lament, “When is this kid gonna get some shoulders?”So, you get the picture. I was the classic 90-pound-weakling. While the other kids my age were putting on muscle naturally, I was being left behind. Without access to a gym…

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