The X9 is coming soon; Selling my Titan.
As many of you know, for the past few years I’ve been working with a fitness equipment manufacturer, Bodyforce, on the development of an exciting commercial-grade home gym: The X9.
I’m pleased to report that the X9 is finally complete! I’ve seen video of the finished X9 (complete with final paint and detailing) and it’s truly a thing of beauty. I saw a brief demo video in which one of the factory workers moved effortlessly from one chest exercise to the next–six exercises in total–no setup or lag time between exercises. This machine is not only optimized for maximizing the effectiveness of intensity training techniques such as super sets and giant sets, it is also designed to keep you focused on your workout. An incredible amount of thought and careful design has gone into this machine, and I can’t wait to get mine!
If you have not seen the X9, here are a few images. Click any image to enlarge.
The first couple of production machines will be ready sometime within the next month or two. I will be receiving one of those machines, and will provide a very detailed and comprehensive review after I’ve had a chance to really get to know it.
If you are interested in learning more about the X9, I’ve provided a short form you can fill out here. Your information will not be shared, and will only be used to update you on the X9. Filling out this form will also get you a discount when the machine is released. 🙂
I do not have room in my gym for the X9 and the Titan, and so I will be selling my Titan (you can check out my Titan here). The Titan will come with tons of attachments and options: I ordered mine with just about every possible option available at the time of purchase, and added a few more options as they became available (including the “John Stone” T-Bar Row attachment, which I suggested and even helped design). I’ll also throw in the heavy bag (which attaches to the rear of the Titan) and a 300-pound Olympic barbell set. The dumbbells are NOT included.
Please keep in mind that the Titan is a large and full-featured home gym system, and will likely require a dedicated room. This is for local pick-up only–I am not shipping this beast! If you are out of state and would like to arrange for a moving company or similar to come pick the Titan up, that’s fine, but you must make those arrangements. I will disassemble the Titan to allow for transport. In fact, I can partially disassemble the Titan to make assembly much easier (this is what I did when I moved, and assembly only took a few hours). The Titan is in excellent condition, built like a tank and only shows cosmetic wear.
I have not yet officially put the Titan up for sale, but I am interested in speaking with serious buyers (contact information). I have not yet arrived at a selling price, but I believe the gym with all the options and other equipment I will be including cost me somewhere around 7-8 grand. I’ll figure that up and come up with a reasonable selling price (obviously at a very heavy discount). I will, of course, provide a complete list of attachments, options and equipment that are included.