WaterRower Natural Rowing Machine

Nov 19, 2014

Category: Gear

Despite the meager guns on your average local fisherman (cut the guy a break, he’s 67), it’s common knowledge that rowing a boat provides a kickass natural workout. You get that naturally smooth motion that gets your heart going and it works a nice mix of muscles. If you’re looking to train more like Rocky than Drago, check out the WaterRower Natural rowing machine.

It features a “water flywheel” that consists of two paddles in an enclosed tank of water, so you get smooth, quiet resistance, just like the paddles in an actual body of water. There are no moving parts that can wear out over time and a self-regulating resistance system eliminates the need for a motor. The solid ash and stained honey oak construction absorbs sound and vibration, and the rig also features a Series 4 performance monitor that tracks workout intensity, stroke rate, heart rate, and more. [Purchase]

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