Concept2 Indoor Rowing Machine Review
A rowing machine is an elite piece of workout equipment, and not something you always find in every local gym that you can enroll in. But power players often get one for their home gym – and one of the most popular models is the Concept2 Indoor Rowing Machine.
This rower has a sliding seat that helps you work out every part of your body – legs, back, arms, abs and more. It’s not a noisy piece of equipment, either. It has a design that gives you a smooth and quiet workout.
Concep2 Rower Is Easy To Store
While a rower – when put together – is bulky, this one breaks apart into two pieces for easy storage out of the way. And it has wheels on it so you can move it around your home effortlessly.
Each Concept2 rower has footrests to give you an anchor area. This one is adjustable, so it’s great for both men and women. The handles where you grip the rowers are ergonomic, so you’re not twisted in an unnatural position.
The rower comes with a 5-year warranty and can handle up to 500 pounds in weight. You can get a fantastic cardio workout using this rower, while simultaneously toning your body all over.
Keep Track Of Your Workouts
The rowing machine includes a performance monitor so you can track the data of your workouts on a regular basis. This is vital for those seeking to elevate their fitness because it helps you set (and achieve) new goals.
You get to choose what level of exertion you want the rower to provide. This is perfect because each member of the house can choose how hard their workout is.
Taking Care of Your Concep2 Rowing Machine
You’ll want to routinely take care of your rower, oiling the chain with the chain oil that comes with it – but the fact that it’s nickel-plated means less work is required of you between maintenance. The rowers are very durable, as is evidenced with their lengthy warranty.
It can even mimic water-based rowing if you want it to – although it’s not required. You’ll need about 8 feet of space by two feet in order to fit the Concept2 Rowing Machine in a room during use, but then you can store it after you break it down into two parts.
Watch the Concept2 Indoor Rowing Machine video below: