The Revolutionary Finnlo Inspire Cross Rowtrainer CR2.1X is a must in your own home gym. By using the CR2.1X, you can tighten muscles that you don't like during a normal workout on a rowing trainer. With a normal rowing trainer you only make the pull movement, by resisting both sides you also train the front of your body with the Inspire Cross rowing trainer. Every movement takes strength, with the pull you train your back, biceps and leg muscles. With the push movement you train chest, shoulders, calves and triceps. Do a challenging HIIT workout now on the Inspire Cross CR2.1X rowing trainer!
The Endurance Rowing machine concept R300 2 delivers an effective low-impact cardio and total body workout. Not only does the rowing movement provide users with high-intensity calorie-burning cardio but works quadriceps, hamstrings, abdominals, obliques, lats, biceps, triceps, hip flexors and more. User-controlled air resistance puts users in full control for a balanced and coordinated workout. The R300 is a self-generating machine eliminating power requirements for peak energy efficiency in home or commercial settings. A precision-engineered flywheel design minimizes noise. Nickel-plated chain offers unmatched durability in even the most intense environments.
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The Slider has been designed to be the ultimate rowing machine for rowers. However the best equipment should not be for rowers only. Our aim was to go well beyond the expectations of rowers and design a rowing machine that everyone can use and for good reason, your body.
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The Finnlo Aquon Competition Rowing Machine Black will take you go to your limits and beyond! The sturdy, high-quality rowing machine is particularly durable thanks to the chain puller technology and offers an even more realistic rudder experience due to the direct power transmission. In addition, you can choose your personal training out of the 10 training programs on the training computer. Excuses and boredom have no chance!
Air resistance Indoor Rower models use fanlike air-fins on the flywheel to provide the flywheel braking needed to generate resistance. As the flywheel is spun faster, the air resistance increases.
A vent can be used to adjust the airflow to the air fins and thus increase or decrease the resistance. The energy dissipated can be accurately calculated given the known moment of inertia of the flywheel and a tachometer to measure the deceleration of the flywheel. Air resistance rowing machines are most often used by sport rowers (particularly during the off season and inclement weather) and competitive indoor rowers.