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Old 12-21-2009, 12:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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question about tower 200

Okay so currently I weigh about 156 and I am in lightweight, I want to bulk up to higher welterweight and really because I am in my junior year and such and already busy as it is I would like to get a good ammount of strenght training done at home. So I am wondering if anyone knows if the tower 200 works good, or what they know about it as it definetly seems sturdy from what I heard but I am wondering if it really works well? I know its sorta costly but it seems like a good tool but with these contraptions you never know so I would like to know if the tower 200 is worth it? If not what would be a good at home strength training exercise/machine that I could use at home, partly because my mom doesn't like have dumbbells all over along with a bench.

So has anyone ever used or know if the tower 200 is any good, I know you dont bulk up over night but I am wondering it it works.

For those that dont know what it is: http://www.thetower200.com/

And my other option which is cheaper and might be better: http://bodylastics.com/ (cheaper and seem to have more res)

So thanks if you can help with either!
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