Our Wooden Rowing Machines are Made in the USA using hardwood from only replenishable sources. We strive to manufacture rowing machines that are of a stylish design and built to last, while maintaining our commitment to eco-friendliness. Our Rowing Machines are functional fitness furniture, designed not to be hidden away like other unsightly gym equipment, but to look at home in your living room. Storing in an upright position no wider than a dining room chair, our rowing machines can be easily laid out for a quick indoor rowing exercise session.
Rowing Machines - Professional/Gym Floor
Our Commercial Rowing Machines are Made in the USA and designed to match your facilities current commercial fitness equipment, while offering the unique resistance provided by the patented WaterFlyWheel. Our M-Series Rowing Machines are available with custom powder coated finishes in thousands of colors to emphasize your brand. We are committed to providing quality rowing machines not only of a stylish design, but built to last!
Designed for Life - Rowing Machines by WaterRower
The fluid movement and sound of the WaterRower's dynamic WaterFlyWheel have been praised for lulling babies to sleep. The smooth, quiet, and unintrusive nature of our rowing machine allows for a workout not limited by time of day or proximity to others. Enjoy an indoor rowing exercise while watching television, or while another reads in the same room!
Not Just a Rowing Machine - Functional Fitness Furniture
Don't call it an erg! WaterRower Rowing Machines offer a pleasant rowing exercise while holding true to the dynamics of on-water rowing; burn up to 1000 calories an hour and work up to 84 percent of your muscle mass! Rowing provides an effective, high-intensity, cardio workout, while maintaining a low-impact to the joints. Workout at your own pace as the WaterFlyWheel's self-regulating resistance dynamically adjusts to each of your strokes. Unlike common ergometers, to change resistance on a WaterRower rowing machine you simply row harder!
“What’s more, we used WaterRower’s, rowing machines in which the source of resistance is a tank of water instead of a fan. I don’t encounter them often, but when I do, I always relish the opportunity as the best dry-land alternative to powering a real shell.”
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