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  • However, you can purchase a program called RowH2O at rowH2O

    • by Lorianna
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      WaterRower is a water resistance rowing simulator. Its patented WaterFlywheel is designed to closely reproduce the dynamics of rowing a boat. The machine has a water tank with paddles in it; when you pull on the handle, the paddles’ movement through the water is what provides the resistance.

      This makes the exercise very close to the real thing. Unlike some other machines that offer mechanical imitation of rowing and make you feel like you’re dealing with mechanics, WaterRower gives you a very smooth, natural


      feel.

      Just like when you row a boat, you can regulate the intensity of your exercise by simply rowing faster or slower. WaterRower has a very comfortable seat and two footrests.

      There are no actual “oars,” of course - those are simulated by a handle that you grip with both hands and pull on. The seat slides back and forth as you exercise.

      The good thing about rowing machines is the variety of muscles you use during the workout: you exercise your arms, shoulders,


      • chest, back, abs, and legs. Basically, you’ve got your whole body covered.

        The machine has a small workout monitor, but provides no computerized benefits like racing, comparative speeds, interactive features. This may be a drawback for some.

        Like I already mentioned, you regulate the speed and intensity of your workouts by simply rowing faster or slower, so there are no speed and intensity buttons, either. However, you can purchase a program called RowH2O at rowH2O.

        com, a software designed specifically for waterrowers to improve their

        basic monitoring and add more features. WaterRower looks very stylish.

        There are several versions of it available, the standard one has a well-constructed wooden frame that only looks better with time and is easy to clean & maintain. Unlike some other pieces of exercising equipment you’d rather keep in your basement, this one won’t look inappropriate in a living room.

        The machine doesn’t fold, but it can be stored upright without taking much space. WaterRower is very quiet, the sounds it makes are actual splashing sounds of water.




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