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  1. FINNLO by HAMMER Kettenrudergerät Aquon Competition

    FINNLO by HAMMER Kettenrudergerät Aquon Competition

    • BremssystemLuftwiderstand
    • WiderstandManuell
    • Programme10
    • Trittplattenabstand12 cm
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  2. INSPIRE by HAMMER Cross Rower CR2.1X

    INSPIRE by HAMMER Cross Rower CR2.1X

    • BremssystemMagnetsystem
    • Schwungmasseca. 14 kg
    • WiderstandManuell
    • Fitnessprogramme6 Programme
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  3. FINNLO by HAMMER Rower Aquon Waterflow

    FINNLO by HAMMER Rower Aquon Waterflow

    • Brake systemWater resistance
    • ResistanceManual
    • Programs1
    • Footplate spacing9 cm
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  4. FINNLO rower / ergometer Aquon Evolution

    FINNLO rower / ergometer Aquon Evolution

    • BremssystemMagnet & Luft
    • WiderstandComputergest.
    • Programme12
    • Trittplattenabstand9 cm
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  5. INSPIRE by HAMMER Cross Rower CR2

    INSPIRE by HAMMER Cross Rower CR2

    • BremssystemMagnetsystem
    • Schwungmasseca. 14 kg
    • WiderstandManuell
    • Fitnessprogramme6 Programme
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  6. FINNLO AQUON PRO PLUS rowing machine / ergometer

    FINNLO AQUON PRO PLUS rowing machine / ergometer

    • Braking systemmagnet and air resistance
    • ResistanceComputer controlled
    • Load spectrum20 Steps
    • Build up size249 x 51 x 98 cm
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Rowing machines

Rowing is the perfect exercise for improving cardiovascular and physical fitness and effectively trains the whole body. In rowing, about 60 percent of energy comes from the legs with the rest coming from the upper body. The horizontal movement in seated position is easy on the joints, since they are not strained by gravity or, in most cases, torsional forces. For this reason, rowing is categorized as a low-impact sport. Don’t be fooled by this label, however. Rowing actually consumes a lot of energy, letting you burn up to 600 calories per hour depending on speed and resistance.