Thursday, 08 June 2017
After having one too many trips to the local fast food drive-thru, we all get to that point where we feel we need to loose some weight, trim that waistline, and get back in shape. But, what’s the best way to do that? What is the best fitness equipment for weight loss? The first thing
Thursday, 01 June 2017
If you’re looking for an efficient cardio exercise that gives you a great lower-body workout, yet also works your upper body as well, it’s hard to go wrong with a rowing machine. With a rowing machine, you work your quads in the upper front of your legs, as well as your glutes and calves. And,
Thursday, 13 April 2017
It seems like there are new types of fitness equipment popping up with increasing frequency. And while modern home gym machines with cutting-edge features certainly can offer many advantages, that doesn’t mean you have to totally abandon the tried-and-true home workout mainstays. One popular example that has stood the test of time is the rowing
Monday, 06 February 2017
So you’re looking to loose weight, get fit, and are thinking that you might want to do take your workouts from the gym into your home. But, you’re not sure what the best equipment would be to help fast track your weight loss. Here are three different suggestions for cardio equipment that may be the
Wednesday, 07 September 2016
Rowing machines are great for a full body workout. They combine cardio exercise and strength training to give you the best kind of exercise you can get. All of your large muscle groups, including your legs, back, shoulders, arms and abs will benefit from a rowing machine workout, as well as your heart and lungs.
Thursday, 13 August 2015
Is your cardio workout getting stale? If you’re looking to get a great cardio workout, you can’t beat a rowing machine. You’ll burn 50% more calories than you will on a treadmill or elliptical, while strengthening muscles from your shoulders to your calves! Whether you own a rower, or are looking to purchase one, here’s
Tuesday, 11 August 2015
Indoor rowing makes for a great cardio workout – you’ll burn 50% more calories than you will on a treadmill or elliptical, and it is considered a low impact cardio workout, so you’re less likely get hurt on a rower than you will running on a treadmill. What are the benefits of a rowing machine?