Hi friends! It’s Petra, and today, I want to talk about two different rowing machines that are very popular but very different, the Aviron Impact Series rower and the Concept 2 Model D.
Buying a new rowing machine can be pretty confusing. Try typing ‘rowing machine’ on the search bar and you’ll see how overwhelming the results will be. Water resistance, magnetic resistance, with or without instructors, wood or steel, connected, gamified, recorded or live workouts – there’s a whole lot of choices out there.
No other sector has probably grown as much as in-home exercise equipment like rowing machines.
You won’t find many pieces of gym equipment that can provide the same heart-pumping, calorie-blasting, full-body workout that an indoor rowing machine provides.
Have you noticed how suddenly it seems like everyone is talking about indoor rowing machines? I remember when rowing machines were delegated to a dark corner of the gym, but today, it’s the opposite. It’s like everyone wants to have their own indoor rowing machine.
If you are anything like me, you prefer quality over quantity. I would much rather pay more for a heavy-duty product that will last for years than a cheaper item of inferior quality.