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    Bowflex Xtreme

    I'm a near 50, T11/12 looking to get my self toned and strengthen/tighten my core. My neighbor gave me their unused Bowflex XTreme.

    I figure if I remove the leg press option I could utilize most of the unit's features. Has anyone had experience converting one of these models for wheelchair use?


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    I have had the vresa bowflex for wheelchairs about 8yrs. I have an I-bot so tie down is not necessary. Your bow fex is set up the same without the leg equipment and, it does not have the mat for tie down. If you have a power chair I see no problem. A manual chair will raise up on you. Goggle bowflex and look at how the mat for wheel chairs is set up. It should be a esay modification for you.
    good luck
    semper fi

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    whow, an IBOT

    My insurance company poo-poo'ed my application for an IBot. "...it's not a medical necessity..." Great, would you folks like to get me up and downstairs all day every day?

    Semper, thanks for the advice and keep dry.

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