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    Description: A rowing machine, also known as an ergometer or indoor rower is commonly seen in many fitness centers. These machines can simulate water rowing, thereby providing a means of practice for professional ...
    A rowing machine, also known as an ergometer or indoor rower is commonly seen in many fitness centers. These machines can simulate water rowing, thereby providing a means of practice for professional rowing athletes. Many athletes who compete in different sports events also use rowing machines for cross training, according to the International Federation of Rowing Associations. Exercising on a rowing machine has several benefits.The motion of rowing expends a lot of calories, which is beneficial to weight loss and management. Most rowing machines have sliding seats, on which you move back and forth as you row. This motion enables you to use your muscles in the lower back and thighs. Rowing also tones your arms. Rowing continuously for long intervals requires strength, discipline and endurance. The benefits include improved aerobic capacity, toning and strength.Because you are sitting during the process of rowing, there is no weight bearing involved. Your joints and bones are free of any stress or impact that are common in activities such as running, jogging, stepping or skipping rope. Proper use of the rowing machine leaves very little room for chances of any kind of injury.Using a rowing machine involves all the major joints and muscles in your body. Over time, this activity contributes to improved flexibility. Vigorous rowing engages your muscles and strengthens them, improving your strength and muscular endurance. According to USRowing, rowers have been referred to as the fittest athletes in the world. Rowing machines are also highly efficient, because they let you work on your entire body in a short amount of time.

    Keywords: rowing exercise
    Description: A rowing machine, also known as an ergometer or indoor rower is commonly seen in many fitness centers. These machines can simulate water rowing, thereby providing a means of practice for professional ...
    A rowing machine, also known as an ergometer or indoor rower is commonly seen in many fitness centers. These machines can simulate water rowing, thereby providing a means of practice for professional rowing athletes. Many athletes who compete in different sports events also use rowing machines for cross training, according to the International Federation of Rowing Associations. Exercising on a rowing machine has several benefits.The motion of rowing expends a lot of calories, which is beneficial to weight loss and management. Most rowing machines have sliding seats, on which you move back and forth as you row. This motion enables you to use your muscles in the lower back and thighs. Rowing also tones your arms. Rowing continuously for long intervals requires strength, discipline and endurance. The benefits include improved aerobic capacity, toning and strength.Because you are sitting during the process of rowing, there is no weight bearing involved. Your joints and bones are free of any stress or impact that are common in activities such as running, jogging, stepping or skipping rope. Proper use of the rowing machine leaves very little room for chances of any kind of injury.Using a rowing machine involves all the major joints and muscles in your body. Over time, this activity contributes to improved flexibility. Vigorous rowing engages your muscles and strengthens them, improving your strength and muscular endurance. According to USRowing, rowers have been referred to as the fittest athletes in the world. Rowing machines are also highly efficient, because they let you work on your entire body in a short amount of time.

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    Description: Looking for a cardio workout that can double as your strength training routine? This 20-minute rowing machine workout plan gives you a total body workout and burns 50 percent more calories than the elliptical.
    Pass by the crowd waiting for an elliptical and make a beeline for a rowing machine. You’ll burn up to 50 percent more calories while strengthening nearly all the muscles from your shoulders to your calves. Never tried it? this routine from Anna Cummins, a master rowing instructor for Concept 2, will take you from rookie to pro in minutes. Simply set the damper (a device on the side of the flywheel that controls the drag) between 3 and 5, choose pace mode, and row (see form check, below, for tips), aiming for the recommended speeds. After 9 minutes, stand up and stretch—or to increase the burn, do walking lunges— then sit back down for the second half of your session. You’ll leave with an awesome workout under your belt while everyone else is still on her warm-up.RELATED: Forget huffing and puffing on a treadmill for 30 minutes. Burn as many calories in just 10 minutes with these 5 quick exercises for fat-blasting cardio .

    Our Rowing Machines are functional fitness furniture, designed not to be hidden away like other unsightly gym equipment, but to look at home in your living room. Storing in an upright position no wider than a dining room chair, our rowing machines can be easily laid out for a quick indoor rowing exercise session.

    Because the WaterRowers has a patented Water Flywheel it uses the same physical dynamics as rowing, its operation is equally as peaceful. Simply pull the handle and you are greeted with the sound of surging water. The noise, while not silent, is soothing to the ears and is far from intrusive on the WaterRower.


    The fluid movement and sound of the WaterRower's dynamic WaterFlyWheel have been praised for lulling babies to sleep. The smooth, quiet, and unintrusive nature of our rowing machine allows for a workout not limited by time of day or proximity to others. Enjoy an indoor rowing exercise while watching television, or while another reads in the same room!

  • Rowing exercises muscles through a wide range of motion, thereby improving and maintaining flexibility around some of the major joints. It is one of the few aerobic exercises that can actually strengthen your back.

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Our Wooden Rowing Machines are Made in the USA using hardwood from only replenishable sources. We strive to manufacture rowing machines that are of a stylish design and built to last, while maintaining our commitment to eco-friendliness. Our Rowing Machines are functional fitness furniture, designed not to be hidden away like other unsightly gym equipment, but to look at home in your living room. Storing in an upright position no wider than a dining room chair, our rowing machines can be easily laid out for a quick indoor rowing exercise session.