Rowing Water Rowing Machine Water Resistance Rower for Indoor Gym Training


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STRONGER WATER RESISTANCE
20 inches water tank in diameter ensures a vivid rowing experience and powerful resistance to meet your various fitness goals.
Adjust the resistance by adding or removing water inside the tank.
Adjust the resistance by changing movement and strength input.
Water Rowing Machine Measurements
In-Use Size: 82.5” x 21.9” x 14.8”
Seat Size: 13” x 10.4” x 2"
Handle Length: 18.5"
Slide Rail: 43.3"
Foot Pads: 13" x 3.2"   Functional Monitor
Displaying all necessary data, including strokes, time, duration, during your row.
Smooth Rowing
The ergonomically molded seat sits on two rails, with four precision-crafted wheels for flawless rolling motion on this water rowing machine.
Adjustable Foot Board
The ergonomic foot pads and straps are both individually adjustable, ensuring maximum comfort during your row.
Minimum Footprint
This water rowing machine can be easily moved around and stored upright in any corner in your room.
Catch
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.
Drive
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
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.
Recovery
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.
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