Total Gym® Announces the Launch of its Latest Home Exercise Machine - the Total Gym Platinum Plus

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Created Especially for QVC, the Total Gym Platinum Plus includes all of the standard tried and true Total Gym features, plus newly added features and workout tools most requested by the QVC customer.

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With over 35 years of experience, Total Gym has built a solid reputation as a leader in quality home exercise machines. The latest addition to the Total Gym family, the Total Gym Platinum Plus delivers an amazing total body workout in as little as 10-20 minutes a day.

Be sure to watch QVC® on April 11, 2013 as top personal trainer and Total Gym aficionado Rosalie Brown is scheduled to introduce the many features and benefits of the new Total Gym Platinum Plus.

The Total Gym Platinum Plus features a fresh new look in sleek silver and hi-energy blue, easy to use auto-lock height adjustment knob, flexible nylon strap handles, eight workout levels, a 275 pound user weight capacity and an ergonomic bench designed for maximum comfort.

The Total Gym Platinum Plus strengthens and tones multiple major muscle groups simultaneously, with over 60 different exercises - cardio, strength training and stretch all on one machine. It includes an AbCrunch Attachment, Press Up Bars, Leg Pulley Accessory, Squat Stand, Exercise Flip Chart, Exercise Guide and Nutrition Guide. Plus, the Total Gym Basic Workout DVD, Beginner Program Workout DVD with Todd Durkin, Intermediate Program Workout DVD with Todd Durkin and Five-Day Advanced Program Workout DVD with Todd Durkin.

The Total Gym Platinum Plus is available through QVC and


About Total Gym® Direct
The Total Gym® is the ultimate workout machine utilizing an individual’s own bodyweight as resistance to perform more than 80 total-body functional exercises. Total Gym uniquely incorporates the use of multiple muscle groups together in all planes of movement, the most efficient way to exercise and see results. Total Gym, rooted in the physical therapy market since 1986, entered the consumer “home fitness” market in 1996 with the airing of its first television infomercial featuring long-time user Chuck Norris and co-host Christie Brinkley. The Total Gym infomercial is one of the industry’s longest-running and most successful; broadcast to 85 countries and credited with sales of over four million units worldwide.

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