A celebrated piece of design. Over the last 30 years the WaterRower has become renowned for its fusion of beautiful form with exceptional function. Taking inspiration from the sparse elegance of Shaker furniture design, the WaterRower has been displayed in both the Museum of Modern Art (the MOMA) in New York and London’s Design Museum.
A piece of fitness furniture. The WaterRower is styled in an aesthetic to complement considered interior design. When not in use the WaterRower can be stood away on end in seconds for space saving storage.
Like rowing, the WaterFlywheel does not apply resistance to you, you apply work to it; you are the engine. By the “rule of cubes”, the amount of work you apply dictates the speed at which you row. From a gentle paddle to a “give it your all” workout, you are in control. When rowing, remember, you are the engine. The amount of work you do is dependent on you, not on the machine.
The more work you do, the more resistance/drag you can overcome, and the faster you move. The speed which you can maintain is dependent on the level of work you can maintain and, again, is limited only by you. Row harder and you go faster, row easier and you go slower. This is the self paced nature of the WaterRower and Rowing and allows anyone to row regardless of age, gender, size or level of fitness.
Indoor rowing is the ideal exercise for anyone looking to improve their overall health and fitness. In contrast to other cardiovascular equipment, rowing is a total body workout. Each stroke uses every large muscle group in the body (84% of total muscle mass) to both burn calories and build strength-endurance.
Indoor rowing is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The beauty of indoor rowing is that it's a non-impact exercise that can be done at any effort level. Resistance is created by how hard the user rows giving them total control over the intensity of their workout As rowing is not a weight bearing exercise minimal strain is placed on joints or the lower back.Shop Now