One of the biggest issues most face when they are looking to set up a home gym is that how to find the right equipment model from the multiple options available.
To remove the guesswork around these top gym models and what they have to offer, we thought of putting together research-backed reviews and comparisons of the gym models in various brands.
In this article, we will review and compare the Total Gym models, their current lineup and understand what they offer differently from other counterparts. If you’re looking to strength train, lose fat, increase cardio or improve heart health, it is high time due to the COVID19 situation that you bring the gym to your home. In this article, we’re going to help you do just that.
- Total Gym Supreme
The Total Gym Supreme is currently TG’s least expensive model in their lineup. It comes with numerous accessories including the Ab Crunch, Squat Stand, Leg Pull Accessory, and Tri-grip Shaper Bars. Priced at $600, it is light on the wallet and top in quality. The Supreme is great for users who are not advanced but want to be efficient and get in a good burn session at home.
- Price: $
- Rating: 7/10
You can do over 60 exercises at 12 different resistance levels. The machines are foldable, no assembly required with a 275 lb. weight limit that comes with a 1-year frame warranty and free shipping.
- Total Gym XLS
The Total Gym XLS is currently the most popular model Total Gym has in its lineup. Priced at $999, it has a ton of great user reviews since its first week on the market. The accessories included with it are the Wing Attachment, Squat Stand, Leg Pull Accessory, and 2 Ankle Cuffs. Every model from Total Gym is compatible with any accessory they sell, so you can always purchase them separately as well. The XLS is great for people looking to either strength train, or burn calories.
- Price: $$
- Rating: 8/10
You can do over 80 exercises at 6 different resistance levels. The machines are foldable, no assembly required with a 400 lb. weight limit that comes with a lifetime frame warranty and free shipping.
- Total Gym Fit
The Total Gym Fit is the second highest-quality model of Total Gym’s current lineup. Priced at $1,549, it is on the higher side cost-wise, but in our opinion, this is its best model. You have the option to do over 85 different exercises with 12 levels of resistance and a 450 lb. weight limit. The machines are foldable, no assembly required, the attachments include the Ab Crunch, Squat Stand, 2-Piece Wing Attachment, and Leg Pull Accessory, and come with a lifetime frame warranty and free shipping. The Total Gym Fit is great for people who work out multiple times a week and like to differ between cardio-based exercise and strength training.
- Price: $$$
- Rating: 10/10
- Total Gym GTS
The Total Gym GTS is the machine that offers 200+ possible workouts and 22 levels of resistance. The machine is foldable but assembly is required. The specs and details that the machine carries, however, are actually not as good as the Total Gym Fit. The machine is sturdy and of good quality overall but even with that fact in mind, we still see it as overpriced compared to its siblings.
The fact that this model is priced at $3,795 (roughly $2,000 more than its siblings yet it doesn’t come on free shipping. Even the frame has a 5-year warranty only. This model is great for someone looking to workout with a higher weight capacity upnto 650 lbs. You will rarely find this in any other home gym model on the market!
- Price: $$$
- Rating: 7/10
We hope this short summary gave you insight into the Total Gym model comparisons for what’s hot on the market today. Take a second look at the specs, and make your way to the Total Gym site to see if they have any current deals! Let us know what model you think will be the best fit for you and why.