22 Dec 12 Days of AHF Christmas: Rowing machines
Editor’s note: To help get our loyal Internet followers ready for Christmas, and let them know about the many great deals available through At Home Fitness, I’m revealing the 12 days of AHF Christmas. Here’s Day 8:
“On the eighth day of Christmas, At Home Fitness sent to me Eight machines for-rowing, Seven bikes a-spinning, Six treadmills a-churning, Five Golden Dumbbells, Four Cybex arc trainers, Three 3G Cardio vibration machines, Two home gyms, And A sales associate with a great fitness plan for me.”
If you’re looking for a great way to change up your workout, climb aboard a rowing machine.
Rowing machines are a low-impact exercise that provide a great way to burn lots of calories and build muscle strength.
There aren’t many exercises that work as many muscle groups as rowing. A rowing machine works a person’s arms, back, shoulders, abs, legs and hips.
Row forward or backward and change up your strokes at different points of the workout.
Rowing machines are fun and effective for people of all ages, but many seniors find them particularly effective because they place little or no strain on the back and joints.
One of the most popular rowing machines available is the LifeCore Fitness R100 Rower (MSRP $1,599.00, AtHomeFitness.com Sale Price $1,299). It’s a Fit Prof Best Buy winner.
If you’re looking for rowing machines in Arizona, At Home Fitness also carries extremely popular machines made by WaterRower and BH Fitness
Rowers are surprisingly smooth operators that are easy on the joints and deliver a great workout.
If you take the time to get the proper form down, the rowing machine can help take you to wherever your fitness goals are.
At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at firstname.lastname@example.org