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The Bowflex
Blaze
®
Home Gym
Owner's Manual
and Fitness Guide
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PN 001-6902 Rev B (8/2006)
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Summary of Contents

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    The Bowflex Blaze ™ ® Home Gym Owner’s Manual and Fitness Guide ��������������� PN 001-6902 Rev B (8/2006)

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    The Workout Bench Removing the Bench Flat Bench 45° Incline Bench Leg Extension Free-Sliding Seat Storing Your Bowflex® Blaze™ Home Gym Maintenance and Care How to Use Your Machine Accessories and Equipment Using Your Leg Press Belt and Squat Bar Pulleys...

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    Product Specifications: Product Weight Product Dimensions Folded Footprint Workout Area Number of Exercises Power Rod ® Resistance Power Rod ® Upgradability User Weight Limit Regulatory Approvals: ���� �������� ���� �������� 195 lbs. (88 kg) 90" L x 38" W x 83" H (229 cm L x 97 cm W x 211 cm H) 52"...

  • Page 5: Safety Requirements

    • Maximum user weight for the Bowflex® Blaze™ home gym is 300 pounds (136 kg). For your safety, do not use or allow others to use the Bowflex® Blaze™ home gym if they weigh in excess of 300 pounds (136 kg).

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    Keep out of the path of the Power Rod® unit when exercising and make certain that observers also stand clear of the Bowflex® Blaze™ home gym when the Power Rod® unit is in use. • Never move or adjust the seat while sitting on it.

  • Page 7: Safety Warning Labels

    Safety Warning Labels The following safety warnings are located on the Bowflex ® Blaze ™ exercise machine. Please read all safety precautions and warning information prior to using your product. Be sure to replace any warning label if damaged, illegible, or missing. If you need replacement labels, please call a Nautilus Representative at 1-800-NAUTILUS (628-8458).

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    (1-800-628-8458) to obtain a new label. Label 1: Please make sure all users read, understand, and follow the warning labels on the home gym. See Figure 1 for general use safety label. Location: The warning label in Figure 1 is located on the back of the lat tower.

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    Safety Warning Labels Label 3: See Figure 3 for “Caution” safety label. Avoid crush hazard when folding the bench. Location: Top of the seat rail bracket. Label 4: See Figure 4 for “Caution” safety label. Stay clear of the leg when folding the leg extension. Location: Back of rear leg of leg extension.

  • Page 10: Get To Know Your Machine

    Get to Know Your Machine CONGRATULATIONS on your commitment to improving your health and fitness! With the Bowflex® Blaze™ home gym, you have everything you need to exceed all of your physical fitness, strength and health expectations! The Bowflex® Blaze™ home gym’s exceptional resistance and quality is unmatched by any other single piece of home fitness equipment available.

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    Blaze ® ™ When You Are Not Using Your Bowflex® Blaze™ Home Gym Disconnect the cables from the when you are not using your Bowflex home gym. Use the...

  • Page 12: How To Use Your Machine, The Workout Bench, Removing The Bench, Incline Bench, Leg Extension

    How to Use Your Machine The Workout Bench Your Bowflex® Blaze™ home gym has a number of seat and bench positions: flat bench forward, flat bench back, 45° incline and free-sliding seat extension. To adjust the seat, pull out the Seat Rail Knob, then slide the seat to one of the three locking holes on the Seat Rail.

  • Page 13: Accessories And Equipment, How To Use Your Machine

    • Before using the Lat Cross Bar, make sure that all fasteners are in place and tightened. • Make sure that the Lat Tower cables are securely fastened to the regular Bowflex® cables and the Bent Lat Bar, Squat Bar or Hand Grips.

  • Page 14: Using Your Leg Press Belt And Squat Bar Pulleys

    Leg Press Belt: The Leg Press Belt is used for the Leg Press exercise. • With the Bowflex® seat adjusted to the “free sliding” position (spring lock seat pin unlocked), the hand grips removed, and the desired amount of resistance hooked up, sit on the seat and position the leg press belt around your hips.

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    Your body will do what you train it to do. That’s why it’s important to define your goals and focus them. Here are some fitness components that will help you define your goals and choose your fitness program. Muscle Strength is the maximum force that you can exert against resistance at one time.

  • Page 16: Define Your Goals

    Design Your Own Program You may want to design your own personal program specifically geared to your goals and lifestyle. Designing a program is easy, as long as you follow the guidelines below. Understand fitness and its components: Improperly designed programs can be dangerous.

  • Page 17: Warm Up / Cool Down

    We recommend that you warm up by doing light stretching and performing light exercises ® ™ on the Bowflex Blaze home gym. Cooling Down An essential part of the exercise routine is the cool down. Gradually reduce the level of exercise...

  • Page 18: Chest Exercises, Shoulder Horizontal Adduction, Bench Press

    Chest Fly—Shoulder Horizontal Adduction (elbow stablized) Muscles Worked: Pectoralis Major and Anterior Deltoid Bench Position: incline Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Maintain a 90-180 angle between your arms and torso during the exercise. • Keep your chest muscles tightened. Limit and control your range of motion.

  • Page 19: Decline Bench Press, Incline Bench Press

    Chest Exercises Decline Bench Press—Shoulder Horizontal Adduction (and elbow extension) Muscles worked: Pectoralis Major, Deltoids, and Triceps Bench Position: incline Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Maintain a 90 angle between your upper arms and torso at the start of the motion and slightly less than 90 the finish.

  • Page 20: Decline Chest Fly, Incline Chest Fly

    Decline Chest Fly—Shoulder Horizontal Adduction (elbow stabilized) Muscles Worked: Pectoralis Major and Anterior Deltoid Bench Position: incline Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Maintain a 60-90 angle between your upper arms and torso during exercise. • Keep your chest muscles tightened. Limit and control your range of motion.

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    Resisted Punch—Shoulder Flexion, Elbow Extension, Scapular Protraction Muscles worked: Anterior Deltoid and Triceps Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Maintain an upright, erect posture as your trunk rotates with the punch. • Keep knees bent and feet on floor. •...

  • Page 22: Shoulder Exercises, Rear Deltoid Rows, Standing Lateral Shoulder Raise

    Rear Deltoid Rows—Shoulder Horizontal Abduction (and elbow flexion) Muscles Worked: Rear and Middle Deltoids, Posterior Rotator Cuff, Upper Latissimus, Teres Major, Trapezius, and Rhomboids Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet on floor.

  • Page 23: Seated Shoulder Press, Front Shoulder Raise

    Shoulder Exercises Seated Shoulder Press—Shoulder Adduction (and elbow extension) Muscles worked: Front Deltoids, Upper Trapezius, and Triceps Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet on the floor. • Do not increase the arch in your lower back as you raise your arms, but keep your spine steady and tight.

  • Page 24: Shoulder Extension, Shoulder Shrug

    Shoulder Extension—(elbows stabilized) Muscles Worked: Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Rear Deltoid, Middle Trapezius, Rhomboids, and Triceps Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. • Keep your lats tightened throughout the motion.

  • Page 25: Scapular Protraction, Scapular Depression

    Shoulder Exercises Scapular Protraction—(elbows stabilized) Muscles worked: Serratus Anteriors Bench Position: incline Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on floor. Lean your head back against the Bench. • Keep your spine aligned and a slight arch in your lower back.

  • Page 26: Lying Front Shoulder Raise, Reverse Fly

    Lying Front Shoulder Raise—Shoulder Flexion (elbows stabilized) Muscles Worked: Front and Middle Deltoids Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. • Keep your abdominals tight, and main- tain good spinal alignment.

  • Page 27: Shoulder Rotator Cuff

    Shoulder Rotator Cuff—Internal Rotation Muscles worked: Subscapularis Bench Position: Flat Bench Forward Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. • Keep your spine aligned and a slight arch in your lower back. •...

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    Seated Lateral Shoulder Raise—Shoulder Flexion (elbows stabilized) Muscles Worked: Supraspinatus, Middle Deltoids, and Trapezius Bench Position: Flat Bench Forward Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. • Keep your abdominals tight, and main- tain good spinal alignment.

  • Page 29: Back Exercises, Lying Lat Pulldowns

    Back Exercises Muscles worked: Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, and Rear Deltoids Bench Position: Flat Bench Forward Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Lean your head back against the Bench. •...

  • Page 30: Pulldowns, Narrow Pulldowns With Handgrips

    Pulldowns—Shoulder Adduction (with elbow flexion) Muscles Worked: Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Rear Deltoids, and Biceps Bench Position: Flat Bench Forward Accessory: Bent Lat Bar Pulleys: Lat Tower Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. •...

  • Page 31: Lying Lat Fly, Lying Narrow Lat Pulldowns

    Back Exercises Muscles worked: Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Rear Deltoids, and Biceps Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. • Keep your lats tightened throughout the entire motion. •...

  • Page 32: Seated Lat Rows, Stiff-arm Pulldown

    Seated Lat Rows—Shoulder Extension (and elbow flexion) Muscles Worked: Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Rear Deltoids, and Biceps Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. • Do not bend your torso forward. •...

  • Page 33: Bent Over Row

    Back Exercises Muscles worked: Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Rear Deltoids, and Biceps Bench Position: Removed Accessory: Squat Bar Attachment Pulleys: Squat Pulley Frame Success Tips • Keep your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. • Do not bend your torso forward. Bend at your hips.

  • Page 34: Triceps Pushdown, Single Arm Pushdown

    Triceps Pushdown—Elbow Extension Muscles Worked: Triceps Bench Position: Removed Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Lat Tower Success Tips • Keep your upper arms motionless and your wrists straight. • Keep your chest lifted, abs tight, and maintain a slight arch in lower back. •...

  • Page 35: French Press, Lying Triceps Extension

    Arm Exercises French Press—Elbow Extension (overhead) Muscles worked: Triceps Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your upper arms motionless and your wrists straight. • Keep your chest lifted, and maintain spinal alignment, keeping a very slight arch in your lower back.

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    Muscles Worked: Triceps Bench Position: incline Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your upper arm motionless and your wrists straight. • Keep your chest lifted, pinch your shoulder blades together, and main- tain a slight arch in lower back. •...

  • Page 37: Seated Triceps Extension, Standing Biceps Curl

    Arm Exercises Seated Triceps Extension—Elbow Extension Muscles worked: Triceps Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your knees bent, feet flat on the floor. • Lay your head back against the bench. • Keep your chest lifted, shoulders pinched together, and a very slight arch in your lower back.

  • Page 38: Seated Biceps Curl, Lying Biceps Curl

    Seated Biceps Curl—Flexion (in supination) Muscles Worked: Biceps Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your upper body motionless and your wrists straight. • Keep your chest lifted, trunk muscles tight, and maintain a slight arch in lower back.

  • Page 39: Seated Wrist Extension, Standing Wrist Curl

    Arm Exercises Muscles worked: Forearms Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Move slowly, and keep tension in the back of the forearms at all times. • Keep your chest lifted, trunk muscles tightened, and a very slight arch in your lower back.

  • Page 40: Reverse Curl, Seated Wrist Curl

    Reverse Curl—Elbow Flexion (in pronation) Muscles Worked: Brachialis, Brachioradialis, and Biceps Bench Position: Removed Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your upper body motionless, elbows at your sides, and your wrists straight. • Keep your trunk muscles tight, and maintain a slight arch in lower back.

  • Page 41: Standing Wrist Extension

    Muscles worked: Forearms; Brachialis Bench Position: Removed Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Move slowly, and keep tension in the wrists at all times. • Keep your chest lifted, trunk muscles tightened, and a very slight arch in your lower back.

  • Page 42: Abdominal Exercises, Reverse Crunch, Resisted Reverse Crunch

    Muscles Worked: Rectus Abdominus Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: None Pulleys: None Success Tips • Keep your upper body, knees, and hips stationary. Relax your neck. • Tighten your abs before you move. • Allow exhalation up and inhalation down without exaggerating breathing. •...

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    Abdominal Exercises Seated (Resisted) Abdominal Crunch—Spinal Flexion Muscles worked: Rectus Abdominus and Obliques Bench Position: incline Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Do not lift your head or chin—your head should follow the rib motion rather than lead it. Maintain normal neck posture.

  • Page 44: Trunk Rotation

    Muscles Worked: Rectus Abdominus, Obliques, and Serratus Anterior Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Handgrips Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your chest lifted, shoulders pinched, abs tight, and a slight arch in your lower back. • This exercise must be performed cor- rectly—failure to do so could result in injury.

  • Page 45: Leg Extension, Squat

    Leg Exercises Muscles worked: Quadriceps Bench Position: Leg Extension Seat Accessory: None Pulleys: Leg Extension Leg Extension: Engaged Success Tips • Use slow, controlled motion—do not “kick” into the extension. • Do not let your knees rotate outward during the exercise. Keep kneecaps pointing up and straight forward.

  • Page 46: Lying Leg Extension, Ankle Eversion

    Muscles worked: Quadriceps Bench Position: Flat Bench Forward Accessory: Ankle Cuff Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your chest lifted, spine aligned, abs tight, and a very slight arch in your lower back. • Keep your upper thigh motionless throughout this exercise.

  • Page 47: Ankle Inversion, Standing Hip Extension

    Leg Exercises Muscles Worked: Tibialis Anterior and Posterior Bench Position: Flat Bench Forward Accessory: Ankle Cuff Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Movement should occur only at your ankle—keep the rest of your body motionless. • Keep your abs tight, and do not lift your hips or excessively arch your back.

  • Page 48: Standing Hip Extension, Standing Hip Abduction

    Standing Hip Extension—(knee stabilized) Muscles worked: Gluteus Maximus; Biceps Femoris; Semimembranosus; Semitendinosus Bench Position: Removed Accessory: Ankle Cuff Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your chest lifted, spine aligned, abs tight, and a very slight arch in your lower back. •...

  • Page 49: Seated Hip Adduction, Seated Hip Abduction

    Leg Exercises Muscles Worked: Adductor Longus and Gluteus Medius Bench Position: Horizontal Accessory: Ankle Cuff Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Do not cross your leg with the attached Cuff in front of your stabi- lized leg. • Keep your abs tight, and do not lift your hips or excessively arch your back.

  • Page 50: Standing Leg Kickback

    Standing Leg Kickback—Hip and Knee Extension Muscles worked: Gluteus Maximus Bench Position: Removed Accessory: Ankle Cuff Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Keep your chest lifted, spine aligned, abs tight, and a very slight arch in your lower back. • Do not bend from your waist or lower back.

  • Page 51: Leg Press

    Leg Exercises Leg Press—Hip and Knee Extension Muscles Worked: Quadriceps, Gluteus Maximus and Adductor muscle groups Bench Position: Removed Accessory: Leg Press Belt Pulleys: Chest Bar Success Tips • Generate the force for the leg press by mentally directing your pushing/ pressing effort through the lower leg and squarely into the frame of the machine.

  • Page 52: Prone Leg Curl

    Muscles Worked: Hamstring muscle group (biceps femoris, semimembranosus, semitendinosus) and Gastrocnemius Bench Position: Leg Extension Seat Accessory: None Pulleys: Leg Extension Leg Extension: Engaged Success Tips • Make sure you straighten your legs under control, do not allow your knees to hyper-extend.

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    Sternocleidomastoid Pectoralis Major Anterior Deltoid Medial Deltoid Biceps Brachialis External Obliques Brachioradialis Pronator Teres Flexor Carpi Radialis Tensor Fasciae Latae Iliopsoas Pectineus Rectus Femoris Vastus Lateralis Vastus Medialis Peroneus Longus Extensor Digitorum Longus Tibialis Anterior Muscle Chart Trapezius Serratus Anterior Rectus Abdominus Flexor Digitorum Superficials...

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    6-Week Satisfaction Guarantee We want you to know that the Bowflex® Blaze™ home gym is a superior product. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. If, for any reason, you are not 100% satisfied with your Bowflex®...

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    © 2006, Nautilus Inc. All Rights Reserved. 16400 SE Nautilus Dr., Vancouver, Washington, USA 98683. Bowflex, Blaze, Power Rod and the Bowflex and Nautilus logos are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Nautilus Inc.

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    What Is Covered Nautilus, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser of the Bowflex ® Blaze™ home gym that the Bowflex ® Blaze™ home gym is free from defects in materials or workmanship, with the exceptions stated below. This warranty is not transferable or...

  • Page 57: Bowflex Body Leanness Program

    The Bowflex Body Leanness Program By Ellington Darden, Ph.D. The following program was created by Dr. Ellington Darden. It contains a rigorous fitness and dietary program. Please consult your physician before beginning any fitness or dietary program. Some of the names of the...

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    Before beginning this program consult your physician or healthcare professional. Show this plan and your Bowflex your physician or healthcare professional. Only he or she can determine if this course is appropriate for your particular age and condition. If you experience any light-headedness, dizziness, or shortness of breath while exercising, stop the movement and consult a physician.

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    The Bowflex® Body Leanness Program emerged from these findings. For you to get the best-possible results, you must be willing to exercise very intensely on the Bowflex® machine and adhere to a strict eating plan.

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    If you would like to measure your personal before-and- after results, there are several steps you need to take. It is important that you accurately perform each task, then at the end of the six-week program, repeat the process in the same manner.

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    Skinfold Measurements To accurately track your progress through this six-week program, it is necessary to take skinfold measurements. By measuring yourself in this way, you will be able to determine your lean-body mass and your body- fat percentage. The goal of this program is to increase your lean-body mass and decrease your body-fat percentage.

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    Using Calipers When Measuring Skinfolds The procedure for measuring skinfold thickness is to grasp firmly with the thumb and forefinger a fold of skin and surface fat and pull it away from the underlying muscle. Take the caliper in your other hand and open the jaws.

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    Determining Your Body Fat To Use The Nomogram: 1) Locate the sum of your three skinfolds in the right column and mark it. 2) Locate your age in years on the far left column and mark it. 3) Connect the two marks with a straightedge. Where the straightedge intersects the line in the middle column appropriate to you, you will find your body-fat percentage.

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    Calculating Lean Body Mass Now that you know your body-fat percentage, you can calculate your lean-body percentage. This will eventually show you how many pounds of muscle were added to your body, after completing the program. For Example: Before the program, Joe weighs 200 pounds (90.7 kg) and measures 30% fat, which amounts to 60 pounds (27.2 kg).

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    Left Thigh Percent Body Fat If you wish to send in your results, please send to: Bowflex Results, 16400 SE Nautilus Dr., Vancouver, Washington USA. 98683. Or you may fax this sheet to Bowflex Results at 1-360-694-7755. Please include your name, address, and phone number. Submissions may be selected for use in promotional marketing...

  • Page 66: The Workouts

    GUIDELINES Week 1&2 All exercises should be practiced with one set of 8 to 12 repetitions. The style of performance is very important. The movement for each repetition should be 4 seconds in the positive phase and 4 seconds in the negative. Keep the motion slow and smooth. When 12 repetitions are accomplished, increase the resistance by approximately 5 percent.

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    You will be following a reduced-calorie nutrition program, which is divided into three two-week segments. The program is a proven method for achieving maximal fat loss over a six-week period. It consists of a carbohydrate-rich, descending-calorie eating plan, and a superhydration routine. Follow a Carbohydrate-Rich, Descending-Calorie Eating Plan: Approximately 60 percent of the daily calories should be from carbohydrates.

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    Superhydrate Your System Drinking plenty of water is essential to the success of this program. Drinking the recommended amount of water can seem like a challenge at first. Stick with it. Carry a large sports bottle or similar item with you throughout the day. After several weeks, you will find that you actually thirst for more and more water, and the amounts recommended are easily reached.

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    The menus in the Bowflex ® eating plan are designed for maximum fat-loss effectiveness and nutritional value. For best results, follow them exactly. Every attempt has been made to utilize current popular brand names and accurate calorie counts, which are listed in the menus. But as you probably realize the products are sometimes changed or discontinued.

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    The Eating Plan - Breakfast = 300 calories Choice of bagel, cereal or shake. Bagel 1 plain bagel, Sarah Lee ® (frozen) (210) 3/4 oz. light cream cheese (45) 1/2 C. orange juice, fresh or frozen (55) Any beverage without calories, caffeine, or sodium, such as decaffeinated coffee or tea.

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    The Eating Plan - Breakfast = 300 calories Choice of bagel, cereal or shake. Bagel 1 plain bagel, Sarah Lee ® (frozen) (210) 21 g light cream cheese (45) 120 ml orange juice, fresh or frozen (55) Any beverage without calories, caffeine, or sodium, such as decaffeinated coffee or tea.

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    Quantities needed for listed items will depend on your specific selections. Review your choices and adjust the shopping list accordingly. It may be helpful for you to photocopy this list each week before doing your shopping. Staples Orange juice, skim milk, whole-wheat bread, Promise Ultra ®...

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    Women almost never have either of these conditions. Under no circumstances could 99.99 percent of American women develop excessively large muscles. Progressive resistance exercise such as with the Bowflex ® machine will make your...

  • Page 74

    – but not excessively large – and larger muscles will make your body firmer and more shapely. Q. Why is it so important I perform the Bowflex ® exercises with a 4-second count on the lifting and lowering? A.

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    Naturally, you’ll be able to consume other foods than those listed in the Bowflex ® eating plan. By then, however, you should know the value of being a smart shopper and a wise eater. Read labels. Compare nutritional information.

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    Please feel free to make copies of this chart to continue your exercise log. DATE EXERCISE Sets Bench Reps 120, 130 Resistance Sets Reps Resistance Sets Reps Resistance Sets Reps Resistance Sets Reps Resistance Sets Reps Resistance Sets Reps Resistance Sets Reps Resistance...

  • Page 79

    If you need assistance, please have both the serial number of your machine and the date of purchase available when you contact the appropriate Nautilus, Inc. office listed below. WORLDWIDE CUSTOMER SERVICE • NORTH AMERICA OFFICE Nautilus, Inc. World Headquarters 16400 S.E.

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    ©2006 Nautilus Inc. All rights reserved. 16400 SE Nautilus Dr., Vancouver, Washington, USA 98683. 1-800-NAUTILUS www.nautilus.com Bowflex, Blaze, Power Rod and the Bowflex and Nautilus logos are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Nautilus, Inc. Printed in China...

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