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InfoRowing Facts

Anyone Can Do It:

Power 10 Indoor Rowing Center was designed to bring the benefits of rowing to the masses accommodate all ages, fitness levels and body types.

Easy to Learn:

The basics of indoor rowing can be learned in 10 minutes or less.

No Half Body Workouts:

The biggest myth about rowing is that it is an upper body workout. Rowing works 9 major muscle groups: quads, hamstrings, glutes, lats, core, shoulders, triceps, back and biceps. In addition rowing is a fantastic cardiovascular workout.

Low Impact:

Rowing is great for injury prevention, rehab and runners because it is a low impact alternative to other activities. For those who are overweight, the sliding seat displaces one’s weight so the load on their body is less and they can make a smooth transition to other activities as the weight comes off.

Team Work:

Rowing in a group setting provides a huge motivational booster through the community spirit. Power 10’s classes are taught with the same team mentality you find in an actual crew shell, racing together.

You’re In Control:

Resistance is created by how hard you push or pull, so you control the level of your own workout. Your time and pace improves as you row harder.

Want an alternative to your long runs or rides?

Rowing is an ideal cross-training and functional movement for all types of athletes, particularly runners, as it preserves joints while training for a race.

Short on time?

Hop on the rower and burn 15 calories a minute!  The combination of strength and cardiovascular conditioning in one movement makes rowing a model of efficiency. In the average Power 10 class, people burn between 400-800 calories in a little less than an hour.

Measurement Is Motivation:

All of our rowing machines have monitors displaying your total time, distance, calories, and pace. This provides quantitative visibility to your progress and provides milestones and motivation for each workout.