HARD-WEARING & SOLID CONSTRUCTION - Made from heavy-duty steel and aluminum, the rower frame is engineered to provide increased reliability to keep every user stable and secure.
EIGHT RESISTANCE SETTINGS - Equipped with a manual magnetic resistance system that offers multiple intensities. With a simple twist, it allows you to increase or decrease the intensity for efficient and challenging workouts.
PADDLED HANDLES & CUSHIONED SEAT - The 17” Non-Slip foam grip handlebar and a large seat (12.8" x 10.4") offer a great and comfortable experience and make your workout more enjoyable.
DIGITAL SCREEN DISPLAY - Completed with an LCD screen panel that allows you to track your progress and fitness goals quickly. Record your distance, time, total count and calories burned to keep you updated on your development.
INTELLIGENT DESIGN - Features a foldable design and transport wheels to allow users to store and move it from one place to another without difficulties. Rowing machine measures 80.5"x 18.7"x 10.2" (L x W x L) in use; folded size 46.9"x 18.7"x 57"(L x W x L); footplates: 12.2" x 4.3" ; slide rail: 46"; weight capacity: up to 330 LBS.
This is where the oar would enter the water in a real boat. With your knees bent and together, lean forward from your hips with your arms straight out in front of you gripping the handle. Don’t split your knees to try and lean further forward or bend with your back.
The stroke should begin with the legs, the most powerful part of the body. Keep your back straight throughout. As your legs straighten, lean back slightly from the hips and pull the handle to your chest.
Finish with your legs straight, leaning slightly back, and the handle just below your chest. Having your elbows by your sides encourages a more efficient stroke.
Where the oar exits the water. Don’t lift the handle over your knees on the way back to the catch, this lengthens the handle’s route to the starting position and would capsize a real boat. Get the handle back to the starting position in the shortest distance possible: a straight line.