BodyCraft Xpress Pro home gym was the very first model that enabled adjustment of cable arms, which made it possible for the user to do many exercises that were not possible on a home gym before, such as core training, dumbbell training, sports training, and functional training. This machine has a 200 lbs weight stack, but due to a Double Up feature the user can bench press with up to 400 lbs resistance. The station enables leg curls while standing, and leg extension while seating. Since it has a self-aligning feature, user of almost any size can be accommodated.
Features at a Glance:
- Cable arms can be adjusted enabling user to perform many different exercises and training
- Cable arms are designed for providing movements that are natural and biomechanically correct
- Users can perform machine style seated rows, shoulder press, incline press, and bench press
- The middle pulley facilitates performance of triceps extensions and abs crunches
- Weight stack of 200 pounds with cabling of 1:2 ratio for providing up to 400 lbs resistance for bench press and leg press
- Option to attach leg press
BodyCraft K1 has a bench that can be adjusted to flat, incline, decline, and vertical positions. The Xpress Pro on the other hand has single seat, and the Galena Pro has two seats. The Galena Pro has a unique design, which makes it easy to place the machine in a corner, even with its two stations. Since the K1 has a bench, doing bench press is very convenient. However, the Galena Pro has a Pec Deck that enables users to perform dumbbell style and traditional flys. The K1 and Xpress Pro have cabling that can provide 400 pounds resistance from 200 lbs weight stack, while the Galena Pro can provide 300 lbs resistance for bench and leg presses.