Last week, we received an email from a WaterRower customer wanting to share his story about his journey with Parkinson’s. We are incredibly appreciative that he wanted to share his story and are extremely touched as a team to hear such a wonderful result from the use of a WaterRower. Read below for Richard’s story: [...]
“An obscure piece of exercise equipment has become an unlikely star. The WaterRower, a rowing machine distinguished by a tire-shaped tank of water at its front, has gained fame through repeat appearances on theNetflix hit “House of Cards.” Read about how WaterRower has been gaining momentum through sources such as House of Cards, Equinox, Orangetheory Fitness, and other fitness [...]
“Rowing is being called the next big thing in fitness. Experts say it gives a high cardio, low-impact workout which has many people getting on board.” For more on this CBS News report, see the following link: Rowing Might Be the Next Big Thing in Fitness
“Thirty minutes of rowing can have the same physical impact as 90 minutes of cycling, so if you’re short on time, skip Spin and head to the gym for a quick session.” For more reasons on why rowing is the perfect workout, check out the following article from PopSugar: The Best Total-Body Workout That You’re [...]
“Gronk’s go-to workout to get in shape is an interval routine. He typically rows for one minute at a fast pace followed by one minute of rest—for a total of 20 minutes. This week’s workout comes to you from the one and only, Rob Gronkowski -Gronk! Workout: Set your WaterRower monitor for 20:00 -Row 1:00 [...]
Reason #3: Rowing will counteract sitting at your desk all day. Need more reasons to get on the WaterRower? Check out this article written by world champion rower, as well as Indo-Row and Shockwave Workout co-founder, Josh Crosby.
“The rowing machine, which also imitates the sound of water while the user moves with it, can burn up to 1,000 calories per hour, and works on 84% of one’s muscle mass in just one session.” For more on this article, see: Fitness First Strides into the Digital Age with New Equipment