|Power 10 celebrates its one-year anniversary and the many benefits of indoor rowing!
|Benefits of Rowing:
Whether you already row or are considering rowing to keep in shape, lose weight, cross-train for another sport, compete on the water or rehabilitate from injury or surgery, rowing is the complete exercise for you. Learn more...
|Row Your Way to a Longer Life
A brisk walk around the block is far better than a slow walk or no walk at all, but if you want to improve your life expectancy and improve the quality of those extra years at the same time your goal cannot be to just get "fitter" you must also commit to getting stronger and that means which exercises you choose will have a dramatic impact on your results. We don't mean to imply that there is only one "best" exercise, but we are saying that if you could only choose one this is the one we recommend you choose. Learn more...
|Why Rowing is the New Spinning:
The latest workout-class craze is pushing pedaling out of the group studio. And with good reason. Don't miss the boat. Learn more...
|Benefits of a Rowing Machine:
When you decide to improve your health, your first step doesn't have to be pounding the pavement on a grueling, long-distance run. If you join a gym, 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. Learn more...
|The Health Benefits of Regular Exercise:
Everyone knows that exercise is important, but sometimes it helps to be reminded of the fact. Here are the results from 42 studies which show the very real benefits you can gain from taking part in regular exercise. Learn more...
|High Intensity, Low Impact, Big Results:
Looking for a new way to cross train? Recovering from or working to prevent injuries? Want to try something new to avoid plateaus? The recent issue of Competitor Magazine has a three page spread about the benefits of indoor rowing for runners and triathletes. The rowing machine is a great tool to help serious and recreational athletes avoid or recover from injury, cross-train, gain endurance and burn fat. Learn more...