Indoor Rowing Machines


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First Degree Evolution E-316 Fluid Rower
MSRP: $2,399.00
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First Degree Evolution E-520 Fluid Rower
MSRP: $2,759.00
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Adjustable Air - Magnetic Rower by BodyCraft
MSRP: $840.00
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First Degree Fitness Commercial Trident AR Fluid Rower
MSRP: $1,899.99
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First Degree Fitness Commercial Vortex-2 Fluid Rower VX-2
MSRP: $2,799.00
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First Degree Viking Fluid Rower
MSRP: $1,398.00
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FirstDegree Fitness VIKING2 AR Rower
MSRP: $1,699.99
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Kettler Coach E Rower
MSRP: $1,679.00
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Kettler Coach M Rower
MSRP: $1,265.00
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Kettler Favorit Rowing Machine
MSRP: $509.00
Price: $399.99
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Kettler Kadett Rowing Machine
MSRP: $759.00
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Programmable Magnetic Rower
MSRP: $804.00
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R-400
MSRP: $799.99
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Verso R-400 Rower
MSRP: $899.00
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Folding Ergo Coach Ls Rower
MSRP: $2,239.00
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Kettler Coach Ls Rower
MSRP: $1,581.00
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Rowing machines give you a fantastic workout. They've been upgraded and changed over the years. Now you can feel just like you're actually rowing in the water when you use one of the latest rowing machines. We have a large variety of rowing machines in a wide array of price ranges. We've certainly got one that's right for you.

When shopping for indoor rowing machines, it is important to compare more than just the price. Within each price range, there are features, quality differences and comfort differences that can make or break your exercise experience with the machine. Taking some time before the purchase to make sure you get what you're happy with means better workouts and may mean whether you stick to the goals you've set for yourself or not. First, examine the weight restrictions of the different models you are considering. If you are heavy or muscular, some of the machines may exclude themselves. Also look for a stable machine that is wide enough and sturdy enough to support you and your weight no matter how intense your exercise session gets. Once you've determined the rowing machine is sturdy and safe, within your price range, start looking at the individual features of each machine.

Programming options are important. Not all rowing machines have screens, and some rowers prefer it this way to imagine they are actually out on the water. But there are advantages to having a screen and console. Most rowing machines with a console tell the user basic information about the intensity of their workouts, such as the miles per hour, how many calories they're burning, their heart rate (if equipped with a heart rate monitor), the distance traveled, the strokes they complete per minute and the total strokes they've completed. Some machines store the information gathered from previous workouts to allow the user to track their progress over time. When shopping for indoor rowing machines, compare how the machine allows you to set goals and how it can inform you of progress. Some machines allow users to set a target -such as a specific heart rate or strokes per minute – and will alert the user if she gets outside those parameters.

Many machines will tell the user how much distance they have traveled during the workout, but different machines calculate this measurement in different ways, and some are more accurate than others. If this is important to you, find a machine that uses the number of strokes plus the intensity of the strokes to accurately calculate distance traveled. There are several other things to consider when comparing indoor rowing machines. Some are more comfortable to use than others. Some have moving seats and others do not. Most of this information can be learned by reading the product descriptions, but it is also helpful to read the product reviews written by other users who have bought the product. Some machines are a combination rowing machine and exercise bike. Indoor rowing machines are a low impact form of exercise, but this does not mean there is no way to become injured by rowing incorrectly. Most injuries on indoor rowing machines are due to leaning too far forward with the back, too far backward or by using too much upper body strength and not enough of the thigh muscles to complete the exercise. Learn to use a rowing machine properly to avoid these injuries.