Tower 200

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Tower 200Now you can get bigger, harder, and stronger with the Tower 200 from Body by Jake. With the Tower 200 if you got a door then you got a gym.

The Tower 200 comes pre-assembled and slides onto any door in just seconds without any hassles. Its sturdy steel frame construction has 200 lbs. of total resistance.

You can perform over 200 exercises that can target your entire body. This includes the abs, arms and back, chest and shoulders, legs and more. 

There are no excuses with the Tower 200 because with the 11-Minute Mother of All Workouts, you’ll get just the right sequence of vein-popping exercises to target your entire body in only 11 minutes a day.

The Tower 200 is endorsed by 5 time MMA champion Randy Couture and comes with moves and exercises inspired by him.

Unlike other clunky fitness equipment, The Tower 200 takes up virtually no space because it hangs on your door. In fact, you never have to put it away.

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The Tower 200 System comes with the Tower 200, 1 Pair of Tower 200 Hand Grips, 1 Pair of Tower 200 Ankle Straps, the Starter Guide with 200 Killer Exercises, the Tower 200 DVD, and the Tower 200 Exercise Chart.

You can try the Tower 200 for 30 days first by just paying $14.95 with free shipping and handling.  If you decide to keep it after the 30 days, it is just 4 additional monthly payments of $39.95. Plus as a bonus, you’ll also receive an additional 80 lbs of resistance to upgrade your Tower 20.

But there’s more because the Tower 200 now also comes with Randy Couture’s all new 21-Minute Supreme Of All Mother Workouts. It will get you into shape and ripped fast, all in just 21 minutes a day.

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37 Comments on "Tower 200"

  1. ryan on Sat, 29th Aug 2009 8:21 pm 


    i need this

    i want this to be a better fighter

  2. Rob Castelli on Sun, 11th Oct 2009 9:17 am 


    It looks like I could get a hard core, full body work out with this product, but what if a part breaks under normal working conditions? Are there replacement parts, or a warranty?

  3. pierre on Tue, 13th Oct 2009 9:59 am 


    if this is priced at only 170 dollars than this going to put bowflex out the water

  4. DAMIAN on Mon, 28th Dec 2009 8:24 pm 


    The Tower200 is a great execerise device. Its built well( much to my surprise)and very “EZ” to use. I’ve had it for a week and used it every day. I even ordered extra hand grips and power cables(40lbs) The CD workouts will have you gasping for air. I’m truly impressed….

  5. JPKillin on Thu, 14th Jan 2010 4:45 pm 


    I always wanted a bowflex but I find that they are costly. I feel that they are the best than free weights by far. The tower 200 comes pretty good to a bowflex and I like the fact the the tower 200 does not take up alot of space at all and that it does actually work. I recommend it to anyone who like to work out. Well worth the money.

  6. Debbie on Tue, 19th Jan 2010 12:06 pm 


    Is this ok for woman and how good is it for weight loss

  7. Jaime on Fri, 22nd Jan 2010 8:50 am 


    Hey guys, can this thing be taken on and off the door or is it a perm fixture kind of thing? I think the only room in my house where I would have full arm extension would be my guest bathroom door. That’s not a great location for something permanant. I can see my girls kids swinging from it in the

  8. bill on Fri, 29th Jan 2010 1:29 pm 


    is this product in stores in Can. or just on line

  9. brad on Wed, 3rd Feb 2010 10:18 pm 


    I have seen this product being sold at kmart and sears… one in the same company now. I am really looking into buying this product since it seems like i can take it on the road with me to hotels when i am away for work. If i was to take this down daily does anyone see that being a problem?

  10. troy on Sun, 7th Feb 2010 9:02 am 


    will it mess up a door. it looks like a regular door will bend under the pressure

  11. Tony Brown on Mon, 8th Feb 2010 12:14 pm 


    On January 15, 2010, I finally got fed up with the weight I had gained over the years after looking into the mirror in my bathroom one day and saying “ewwww”. I began a diet that was good for me and healthy consisting of oatmeal every morning, a mid day snack like fruit or a WaWa protein pack, a lunch with few carbs in it then a health dinner usually fish or chicken and all the vegi’s I can eat. I lost about 6 pounds really quick, but noticed I was also losing muscle tone. I was up one night and happen to see the commercial for the Tower 200 and contemplated about buying one. Then I figured, shoot, for 14.95 to start, and a payment plan of $39 bucks a month, I can afford to take the plunge. Well I’m writing this short novel to let EVERYONE out there who reads this know that this is the BEST investment I have made for my physical and mental self in a long time. The workout is increadible! I’ve been using a sauna suit while I work out to sweat as much as possible. I also jump rope for 30-45 minutes a day (which by the way is minute-for-minute the best cardiovascular exercise a person can do.) Walah….in only three weeks I’m down 10 pouinds, I can visibly see my love-handles disappearing, my belly is getting flater by the day and I FEEL GREAT! I’m working muscle groups I havn;t worked in years right from the door in my bedroom. I can physically see the difference this machine is making for me and I can GUARANTEE you that if do take some time to eat healthy, do some form of cardio workoout along with using the TOWER 200, you will get that body you’ve been dreaming about in no time. btw, I;m just an average Joe with nothing to gain by writing this. I’m just extremely happy with my results and look forward to getting home from work today so I can get my workout on again today.

  12. Justin on Thu, 11th Feb 2010 9:01 pm 


    Hey everyone I got the tower 200 4 months ago and I have a sincere review. First off, let me say that without the proper nutrition you will never achieve the results you want. I’m not and will never be a body builder type, nor do I want to be! This is a perfect piece of equipment to add to any fitness program! Ok so, as far as the range of quality exercises, I have discovered even more than the workout chart and DVD’s have. As for the resistance bands, I think they are perfect for my fitness level. Obviously if you wanna be a meat head this is not for you, but as far as quality I would give it an 8 out of 10, only because I use it 6 days per week and work out on it for at least 30 minutes per day as “part” of my exercise routein! The bands wore a bit on me, but were still good, though I did get replacement bands and one of the plastic loops broke on me causing me to change out the bands and honestly if you have to change one pair you kind of have to change them all cuz they won’t be evenly worn. I wish the band connection loops were metal and that the handle grips were better quality, but other than that it has been awesome and I have increased muscle mass significantly and people, especially girls, have noticed the results and I almost have my six pack back! As far as the workout DVD’s if you think you’re gonna see results by working out 10 minutes per day, you’re dreaming, but if you use those as a guide and step up the workouts, this can deliver any gym exercise you will need to get in shape!

    I would say it’s worth the price and worth the committment!

    Oh and it could mess up the door slightly, but only as you do the setup if you scrape the door with the metal. But I have been using it religiously for more than four months and really intensly using it and the door I have it on is fine. I keep it on the door, but I did take it with me when I was away staying at a hotel for a week and it was easy to transport, carry and set up and take down, so if you’re ready to committ to using it in your workout plan and are willing to put in the time and eat right, you will get results!

  13. Tower 200 on Thu, 18th Feb 2010 1:32 pm 


    The Tower 200 is a great product. I like the fact that it virtually takes up no space.

    Is is very convenient if you don’t have to time for the gym and don’t have enough space for a home gym system in your house.

  14. Dustin on Wed, 10th Mar 2010 8:20 pm 


    what size door does it fit on? will it fit on a 9 foot door?

  15. Daniel Olah on Sun, 14th Mar 2010 9:53 pm 


    What is the exact cost

  16. As Seen On TV on Sun, 14th Mar 2010 10:14 pm 



    The Tower 200 is designed to fit on almost all size doors. There are stretchable bands that lets it fit on doors of different sizes. It should work fine on a 9 foot door.


    The Tower 200 costs $174.75. It comes with free shipping and handling.

  17. John on Mon, 3rd May 2010 10:54 am 


    Does this go on the door from either side?

  18. paul on Tue, 18th May 2010 7:00 am 


    is this thing also for sale in australia? I cant find it here. thanks

  19. Victor Maas on Tue, 25th May 2010 2:54 am 


    Just wanted to know if I could buy this product in Australia as well, and if not, what shipping would cost me?

  20. negin on Tue, 8th Jun 2010 12:19 pm 


    hey every body.I Love you(american or any countries).Im Iranian and I dont like this country.I should by this(Tower 200)Thank you for your …….oh .Excuse me I cant speak English very well.becouse im a teenager or child .Goodby myfriends.

  21. russell maszak on Wed, 9th Jun 2010 8:10 pm 


    Can i get this in Austriala and how much aus dollers??

  22. Catharina on Sat, 12th Jun 2010 6:13 pm 


    I’ve seen this advertised on T.V. here in New Zealand and am wondering about the price. I was actually looking for a weigh station with various weights. Would this do the same job?

  23. Brad Scott on Mon, 28th Jun 2010 1:58 pm 


    How much room do u need to exercise with this?
    I mean like around the door?

  24. josh on Sat, 28th Aug 2010 7:36 pm 


    how do i get one in australia

  25. Kay-man on Wed, 8th Sep 2010 7:54 am 


    Does anyone know how to purchase one in Australia?

  26. louiae on Sat, 16th Oct 2010 11:05 pm 


    where in New Zealand please?

  27. bjorn on Wed, 3rd Nov 2010 1:56 am 


    I am interested in buying the tower 200 !! trying to buy from australia..

  28. Leesa on Tue, 23rd Nov 2010 1:48 pm 


    How do I purchase one from australia my husband wants one for x-mas please

  29. KAY MATTHEWS on Sun, 12th Dec 2010 6:32 pm 


    how do i puchase in australia

  30. sandra on Mon, 13th Dec 2010 11:57 pm 


    would love to know how to purchase one from australia?

  31. Guy Cooper on Wed, 15th Dec 2010 5:27 pm 



  32. ash on Tue, 18th Jan 2011 12:29 am 


    how do u buy 1 in australia?

  33. amber on Tue, 15th Feb 2011 10:24 pm 


    you can use coupon code CHEAPSALLY to get an extra 80 lbs of resistance when you buy the Tower200

  34. Scott on Sat, 5th Mar 2011 10:41 pm 


    Where is this available in Australia? How much is it inc postage?

  35. Asoka on Mon, 16th May 2011 7:24 pm 


    I saw this equipment at Walmart yesterday for $125 Canadian

  36. Trevor on Thu, 19th May 2011 8:01 am 


    Looks like a fun piece of equipment. I’m sure it’s not as expensive as some, but it’s still going to cost a few pennies.

  37. Paul Larson on Mon, 10th Oct 2011 11:51 am 


    I bought this a little while ago and think it’s great. Working from home as I do, I’m sometimes too busy trek to the gym and find the Tower 200 system a great accompaniment to the gym. I sometimes also use it just before I go out as I can get a nice pump going in a few minutes just to show my biceps off.

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