Today, I want to talk to you about a fairly new combination machine that I personally own and love, as it gives you a total body workout in just minutes a day.
If you’ve decided that you want an indoor rowing machine for your home gym, you’ve made a wise decision.
It’s interesting to see how many people have suddenly turned to rowing as their primary source of exercise.
Got a spare tire around your middle? That doesn’t look good! If you’re reading this, chances are that you’re interested in parting ways with those love handles, and I can’t say that I blame you. Excess weight tends to hit us right in the belly, especially as we age. Whether you’ve got a potbelly, a poochie belly, or a beach ball belly, you want to get rid of it as fast as possible, right?
Remember that old song from the 1980’s Baby Got Back? It seems as if that song never really went out of style! Everyone (yes, gentleman, I am talking to you as well) wants to have a more beautiful butt; however, it takes some work to get it and keep it!
When I was young, someone once told me that, as I got older, I would miss my knees the most. I didn’t really understand that then but, boy, do I ever understand what they meant now!
A rowing machine combo is a great piece of equipment for your home gym, as you can get a great low impact workout that focuses on both your upper body and lower body. Whether you’re looking to burn calories for weight loss or to improve your overall fitness, an elliptical machine is a great purchase.
I don’t know about you, but nothing makes me happier than finding high-quality items for friends and family (OK, and sometimes for myself!) at the lowest prices of the fall season.
Hi friends! My name is Petra Amara (I’m a long term rower), and this article I will be comparing in detail two great machines – the Hydrow Rower and the Teeter Power 10 elliptical rower!