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Body-Solid StrengthTech EXM2500S Home Gym

Pros: Construction quality is off the charts. Lifetime warranty on parts. Offers a huge variety of exercises.

Cons: Assembly is a bit more complicated than that of most other home gyms.

Summary: Without question the best home gym available on the market today.
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Weider Power Tower

Pros: A low-cost, lightweight machine that works well for moderate exercisers in smaller spaces.

Cons: A few mechanical concerns. Some report a "cramped" feeling when using this smaller machine.

Summary: A budget-priced home gym for moderate exercisers who don't require many bells and whistles. More suited to small-medium body frames.
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Powerline BSG10X Home Gym

Pros: A compact, versatile machine of proven durability that is geared toward moderate exercisers.

Cons: Not a machine for die-hard exercisers who want to bulk up through serious lifting.

Summary: For a few extra dollars, you get the quality and durability of a more expensive model. However, this is not a "bulk up" machine.
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Best Fitness BFMG20 Sportsmans Gym

Pros: A smaller, low-height home gym that fits well in cramped quarters.

Cons: On the "flimsy" side when it comes to supporting taller, heavier exercisers.

Summary: A compact, middle-of-the-road machine that is best suited for moderate athletes with medium to small builds.
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Bowflex Revolution Home Gym

Pros: Incredibly versatile - offers over 100 unique strength exercises. Great for upper body toning. Very easy to change between workouts.

Cons: The priciest model on our shortlist.

Summary: A serious home gym that will satisfy almost anyone, but we think it is a bit overpriced. We recommend the StrengthTech instead.