WaterRower Natural Rowing Machine a marvel in design, function
The WaterRower Natural Rowing Machine with S4 Monitor is a marvel to exercise on and look at.
A true work of art, this machine that’s available through At Home Fitness is hand crafted in solid Ash and stained Honey Oak for consistency of color. Each rowing machine has been hand finished with Danish Oil giving a deep luster and warmth to the wood.
The wood has been selected based on its marvelous engineering properties, primary amongst these is its ability to absorb sound and vibration enhancing the WaterRower’s smooth and quiet operation.
Ash, like all woods used in WaterRower construction, is a premium hardwood with incredible longevity and dimensional stability.
For reasons of ecology, all of the woods are harvested from replenishable forests.
The WaterRower S4 Natural Rowing Machine has a sleek build that fits in seamlessly just about anywhere in your house.
This rower has many outstanding accessories. It has a performance monitor that’s both user friendly and sophisticated. It displays intensity, stroke rate, heart rate, zone bar, duration and distance.
With an overall size of 19” x 21” x 83” and weight of 117 pounds, the WaterRower Natural Rowing Machine doesn’t take up little room, but is sturdy enough to get a good workout on.
The Water Rower Classic was featured recently on the hit TV show “House of Cards” and provides an intense, full-body workout.
Rowing is great for people of nearly all fitness levels and WaterRowers can support a user capacity of up to 1,000 pounds.
Find out why WaterRowers are one of the most popular fitness lines in the U.S. by taking one for a test ride at any At Home Fitness store in Arizona or shop online at www.athomefitness.com.
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