The First Degree Fitness Newport Challenge AR Water Rowing Machine is a great addition to the “Horizontal Series” of rowers.
It’s shiny red color and compact design, makes this rowing machine look ready for a killer workout.
Complete with First Degree Fitness’s “fluid technology”, this rower is made to emulate the feeling and sound of rowing on actual water.
With the “AR” standing for “adjustable resistance”, any user can perfectly adjust the machine to match their skill level. Read the rest of this entry
With so many Stamina options, will this Stamina BodyTrac Glider 1060 review help you decide which is best?
Yes, of course it will!
The Stamina BodyTrac Glider 1060 is considered an upgrade to the Stamina BodyTrac 1050 model.
This review covers all the upgrades such as a bigger monitor, tablet holder, new seat, and new foot plates.
It will also cover all the negatives, such as squeaky pistons and easy resistance.
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With new upgrades and a fresh paint job, is the Stamina X Air Rower worth the higher price?
The feeling is mixed between consumers and I can see why.
While the Stamina X is a very sleek looking rowing machine, that gives you a killer cardiovascular workout, it does have a few drawbacks.
Users love the newly designed pivoting foot pedals but are still frustrated with some ongoing quality issues. Read the rest of this entry
“All around solid” is how I describe the Stamina 1402 ATS Air Rower.
But is it worth the extra money?
This is the real question that must be answered.
Stamina has built many mid-market rowing machines that are all very similar and great quality. Read the rest of this entry
The HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine (RX-SPT) is a hydraulic piston rower that gives you the genuine feel of rowing outdoors on water.
Complete with a compact, sturdy steel design, this rower provides 12 levels of adjustable resistance.
It also comes equipped with a performance monitor that tracks important fitness data such as workout time, stroke count, and calories burned.
This rowing machine was one of the toughest ones I reviewed to date. Overall, different sources give it a good rating, but when I spent several hours to wade through the comments from different sources there were some obvious issues that can’t go ignored and undocumented. Read the rest of this entry