H20 Fitness Rowing Machines
Rowing Is The New Spinning
Die-hard spinners are jumping off their bikes and onto … rowing machines
The H20 Fitness Rowers combines industrial design and functionality to offer a high-intensity workout without the impact that causes injury. The H20 Fitness Rowers employs an innovative Hydro-Power Drive system that mimics the dynamics of actual rowing, with a polycarbonate water tank and an internal paddle system sitting at your feet. Just like with real rowing, the water acts as the main resistance system. In addition, the workout is incredibly smooth and relaxing with an on-the-water experience that feels and sounds just like the real thing.
The H20 Fitness ProRowers are water resistance rowers that gives you the feel and sound of rowing on the water and you don’t have to break the bank to own one. It has a sturdy frame that comes with a lifetime manufacturer warranty, a multifunctional performance monitor with a large display, and is easy to store away when not in use. The H20 Fitness Rowers is a great all-around rowing machine at a nice price for what you get.
Rowing just might be the most efficient exercise ever. With each stroke most every part of the body is used. Regular rowing workouts are an ideal way to work toward maximum physical fitness. Using a rowing machine can help to build and tone your muscles, strengthen your cardiovascular function and increase your stamina without pounding the pavement on a grueling, long-distance run. Rowing machines are particularly effective for older fitness enthusiasts because they place no strain on your back and joints.
Perfect Exercise - Rowing has long been recognized as the perfect aerobic pursuit; working 84% of your muscle mass, Spreading the work evenly over all major muscle groups, the WaterRower is unrivalled in its replication of the real thing.
Self-Regulating Resistance - WaterRower's patented WaterFlywheel’s varies resistance proportional to the users intensity of exercise, according to the Rule of Cubes, allowing any user of any age and fitness level to use the machine with no adjustment
Suitable for ANY User - Suiting the requirement of any user, young or old, fit or unfit, male or female, even a short workout will burn calories, tone your body, and leave you feeling enriched.
Row Anytime - The WaterRower is silent but for the soothing sound of flowing water making it available to use at any time and in almost any place
Styled to Compliment your Environment - There is a WaterRower model to compliment any environment, Home, Office or Gym. Soothingly Silent The WaterRower’s silent operation means it may be used anywhere, at any time without imposition on those around you.
Functional Fitness Furniture - Fitness is not a workout, it is a series of workouts spread conveniently throughout the weeks, months and years.Stores with Ease - Good looks and a compact frame the WaterRower stores conveniently on end simply and easily when not in use.
Silent and Unintrusive - The WaterRower has been designed to be silent, with all but the soothing sound of moving water.
5 Reasons to Row:
Effective aerobic workout: Because it requires the use of so many major muscle groups, a rowing machine is an effective way to raise your heart rate and increase your oxygen uptake. The adjustable resistance on most rowers lets you easily work up to your target heart rate as well as slow back down to your resting rate.
Efficient calorie burning: A rowing-machine workout burns an average of 600 calories an hour. That's more efficient than many other home gym machines on the market. On a stationary bike without arm involvement, you'd need to ride about an hour and 18 minutes to equal an hour workout on a rowing machine.
Conditioning for the upper body: Rowing involves the rhomboids in the shoulder, trapezius in the upper back and lats in the lower back. Your biceps, pecs, and abs also do some work, although to a lesser extent. Maintaining a strong grip on the oars, you'll also develop stronger hands and wrists.
Conditioning for the lower body: One of the top benefits of rowing machines is the workout they give the lower body. In fact, rowing enthusiasts consider rowing primarily a lower-body workout. The main leg muscles involved are the quads in the upper front of the thighs, but the calves and glutes (buttocks) are also involved.
Low risk of injury: Rowing is good for any age group because the motion of rowing is natural and low impact, putting minimal stress on the joints. Because you're seated low to the ground, there's even less risk of falling than with a stationary bike. While back strain is a concern, you can minimize the risk of back strain by using correct rowing form. Proper rowing posture lets your legs do the work, taking the pressure off your back.
- Burn in excess of 1,000 calories per hour
- Work 84% of your muscle mass
- Target core muscles and strengthen posture, helping to reduce back ailments
- Work joints through a full range of motion, improving joint health an flexibility
- Seated, non-load-bearing and low impact; rowing removes stress on the injury-prone joints of the ankles, knees and hips
When you are rowing in a boat on a lake, the water acts as the main resistance system; H20 have done their best to mimic this, thanks to the polycarbonate tank, which holds 2.5 – 4.5 gallons of water.
Adjusting the level of resistance could not be any easier – add more water to the tank for more resistance, and vice versa. If you want a more intense workout, simply row faster; if you want a more relaxing workout, simply row slower. This may seem basic, but all you need to know is that this system works very effectively, and works better than a mechanical system, as the water’s natural adaptive resistance system provides all the pushback you need.
The Innovative Hydro-Power Drive System uses water as resistance, giving you an incredible "on the water" feel that is impossible to duplicate on a standard rowing machine. The ProRowers are lightweight, compact and can be stored anywhere from a corner to a closet.
Athletes and those seeking a healthy lifestyle have long been using H2O Fitness Water Rowers as part of their training and general fitness routines. The H2O Fitness Rower works by fatiguing the user purely aerobically. Rowing with a sliding seat uses a very large muscle mass as the upper, lower and trunk muscles are used vigorously. One of the main advantages of rowing is that the sitting position removes the user’s body weight from the injury-prone hip, knee, and ankle joints – therefore reducing the potential of impact injury to these joints. Rowers respond to the work applied, allowing constant effort through the whole stroke - unlike resistance based machines where effort is high at the beginning of the stroke and fades as the resistance is overcome. Calories are burned in relation to the number of muscles used and the intensity and duration of the exercise.
No other exercise equipment burns tones, and works the body as effectively as the H2O Fitness Rowers, like other endurance based aerobic activities such as swimming and cycling, has long been recognized as the most complete aerobic exercise. It is a non-impact workout and is naturally smooth and flowing. With the H2O you work 84% of your entire mucle mass – more than any other exercise.