Bow Classic

$199.99

(100 customer reviews)

Bow Classic

$199.99

(100 customer reviews)

The Bow Classic 36″ Bullworker

$199.99

(100 customer reviews)
  • Engage more muscle fibers and build strength up to 66% faster than traditional weight lifting with isometric strength training
  • Strengthen your Chest, Arms, Shoulders, Back, and Core with one simple fitness device.
  • Ideal low impact exercise for safe, effective strength training and fat burning to tone your body at home or on the go

Product Specifications

Your Bow Classic Includes

  • 5 interchangeable springs (0 – 40 lbs, 0 – 70 lbs, 0 – 100 lbs, 0 – 130 lbs. & 0 – 160 lbs)
  • Canvas carrying case
  • 90 day routine & instruction manual
  • Non-slip rubber pad
  • 2 removable cable grips

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 3 × 2.5 in

90-Day Risk-Free Guarantee

Free & Fast Delivery

5-Year Warranty

 build strength up to 66% faster with isometrics

Resisted Crunch Strong Core Exercise

See the Bow Classic in action

The barbell of the Bullworker lineup, the Bow Classic specializes in muscle power development of your body; legs, glutes, chest, back, arms, shoulders, core and more. 

Save your time and achieve better results with Bullworker 7-second isometric holds.

Take your Bow Classic anywhere and accomplish your fitness goals. The Bow Classic gives you customized resistance and makes it simple for any fitness level to build strength, tone your body, and improve your cardiovascular health with one simple and compact device so you can train anywhere.

SUCCESS STORIES

What people are saying about the Bow Classic

(100 customer reviews)

I am seeing more results in toning and definition with this easy to use tool in places than what I achieved with weightlifting on its own. This tool allows me to really push and pull with as much or little effort as I’d like and at my size, I have a long way to go before I can max out the springs on this device.

Louise

Searched online for the best isometric device post Covid 19 closings to replace my regular gym/weightlifting facility. The Bullworker continued to be recommended above all others. I could not have purchased a better substitute to regular free weights and static machines found in a gym.

Ed M.

I used a Bullworker back in the 1970s, and it was lost in one of my many moves. I’m so happy to have a new model. I’ve incorporated it into my daily workouts, and I’m starting to feel (and see) results. I highly recommend the Bullworker as a central part of any home gym.

Christopher Poulos

The Bow Classic 36″ Bullworker

The perfect all-around tool for any fitness level. The Bow Classic’s flexible resistance, and ease of use allows anyone to hit their fitness goals at their own comfort level.

Think of the Bow Classic as the Bullworker “barbell.” It gives you more size, resistance, and muscle power exercises for a total body blast.

Hit a wide variety of isometric and isotonic workouts proven effective through evidence-based techniques. With interchangeable springs, the Bow Classic provides complete control over resistance to get the most out of your workout.

Bow Classic – 36″ Bullworker Reviews

100 reviews for Bow Classic - 36" Bullworker

  1. Aalf Molenberg

    So simple and easy to use, I am 81 and it a real blessing to me for it keeps me in shape.

  2. GS (verified owner)

    This is a really well-made product. Although the original bullworker of the 1960s was a nice device for its time, the current edition stands head and shoulders above it in terms of quality and versatility. The construction is top notch and heavy-duty throughout. The availability of five springs to select the correct tension for a specific exercise is a superb upgrade.

    My only caution would be to understand the purpose for which you are purchasing a bullworker. In my younger years, I engaged in bodybuilding for many decades, which involved predominately free weights, and machines here and there. Now in my sixties, my joints thank me for having gradually switched over to body weight exercises, admixed with a number of exercises performed on a relatively early edition of the bowflex (one with power rods). I find the bullworker to be a superb addition to those 2 groups of exercises. I myself would be hard-pressed to use the bullworker as my only exercise equipment, but I love it as an addition to what I already have. I use the bullworker predominantly as a “finisher”, to force out 10 or so isotonic contractions, and a single isometric hold, for a multitude of exercises.

    The bullworker is a wonderful strengthening device, particularly for the upper body, and I find it substitutes superbly for a large number of exercises for which I would have to buy a lot of additional equipment. I can simulate chest flies, shoulder flies, curling movements, pressing movements, abdominal contractions, leg abduction, leg adduction, etc, etc, at multiple angles that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to attain with conventional equipment. In addition, in the presence of a muscle or tendon strain, it is wonderful having the bullworker as a substitute until healing is complete; I can apply just the right amount of tension to retain strength and stimulate healing, without further injury, until I am at 100%.

    Before purchasing, it is a good idea to watch several videos to see what the bullworker can and cannot do. In particular, I found the videos at this website (bullworker.com) helpful. In addition, a number of videos posted to youtube by “Machismo” are realistic, honest, and exceedingly helpful with regard to expectations, particularly where leg training is concerned.

    In short, the modern bullworker boasts bombproof construction, and much-improved versatility. I am very pleased with my purchase!

  3. jules federman (verified owner)

    new version so much better than old ones, smooth and better grips/

  4. Pete Hunt (verified owner)

    Love the Bullworker! I have owned one since my teens and am now in my late fifties. It is a great way to stay fit and toned. You can take it anywhere and get a full body workout. 5 Stars, highly recommend!

  5. Pete Hunt (verified owner)

    Love the Bullworker, I’ve had one since I was in my teens and am now in my late 50s. Great way to stay in shape and stay toned. Highly recommend! 5 Stars!

  6. Jerry Zaccheo (verified owner)

    The version of the Bullworker Bow Classic which I purchased in October of 2017 has movable rubber hand grips mounted onto the cables on each side of the device: two grips on one cable, and one grip on the other. It came supplied with 50-lb. and 100-lb. interchangeable springs. Back in the 1960s I had owned the original version of the Bullworker when it was designated the “Tensolator”—even then it offered a very productive workout.

    Now Hughes Marketing LLC has modernized this time-proven apparatus for the 21st century. The Bullworker Bow Classic is a hefty, robust piece of equipment which is very well-made and of high quality construction. Upon picking one up, you can immediately feel that this is one serious, solid device. It functions quite smoothly, and the interchangeable springs make it even more versatile. The Bullworker strikes me as something both simple and ingenious at the same time. I can’t think of a more effective way to perform isometric exercises. Currently I employ the Bullworker in a limited capacity for its isometric function with several upper-body exercises to supplement a basic weight training routine.

    I am extremely pleased with the current Bullworker model, and I can honestly say that I have no negative findings to report. Also, I personally found Hughes Marketing LLC to be a splendid company to deal with.

  7. Gary Brownlee (verified owner)

    It is an original not a knock off so it has a reputation to keep. Thus, very durablle and easy to use. Great product

  8. John Leo Bertolini

    Had my first Bullworker in 1974. it gave me great results and opened a whole new way to workout for me. Since then, I have purchased a number of them at garage sales, flee markets etc. I would modify them by adding spring blocks inside to make it tougher and I would glue rubber tubing around the cable to give me a better grip. As I got older and began bodybuilding with weights, I kept the Bullworker around and used it when I was injured to help me recover. As I grew even older, I purchased your latest model and noticed that it had all the improvements I added to the older models. Its a great way to supplement regular training and it is very effective. Thank you.

  9. Mike Malone

    I started with the Steel Bow (3 springs) and the full set of straps including the Iso-Bow. Between the Steel Bow and the various straps, I was able to essentially create the poor man’s Classic Bow, yet able to work all muscle groups with similar effects if I was only using a Classic Bow. When I DID purchase the Classic Bow (with 3 springs) , it meant I could practically eliminate the strap/steel bow attaching and do the exercises using either the Steel Bow OR the Classic Bow. Optionally, I could still do strap/bow combinations or use the straps strictly for Iso-Motion. Having all of these items plus hand grips and an ab wheel, I am able to do a pretty complete workout.
    Quality wise, the Steel Bow and the Classic Bow (each with 3 springs), the straps and the Iso-Bow are top notch. Worth every penny.

  10. Jai (verified owner)

    perfect for stay at home lock down scnearios

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