Complete your circuit with the Stairmaster HIIT Rowing Machine. Recognized as one of the top fitness activities, rowing has exploded into HIIT Training as a true total body exercise, and no one knows HIIT better than StairMaster. The StairMaster HIIT Rower uses fan based resistance ideal for rowing as it accommodates the user’s fitness level. Isokinetic resistance ramps up harder the harder you pull as the fan spins against air resistance. Making this a true HIIT workout.PRODUCT PDF
Rowing Machine FAQs
Q: Is rowing a good workout?
A: Yes, rowing can burn up to 600-800 calories per hour. Rowing is a full-body workout like no other, to row you need to work your upper body, lower body as well as your core. The low-impact nature makes it an ideal workout for all fitness levels.
Q: Does rowing burn belly fat?
A: A major benefit to rowing is that it can help you burn through fat. To achieve the best results, let us design a HIIT session you can easily do with your rower.
Q: Is rowing bad for your back?
A: Poor technique during any exercise can result in discomfort and injury. Although rowing can help support back pain and prevent strain, there is definitely a right way to row. Let a Total Tone Trainer talk you through how to safely row during your FREE Zoom PT session.
Q: Should I row daily?
A: Yes you can but definitely listen to your body. A 10-15 minute HIIT workout on the rower machine will have you feeling amazing and burning calories throughout the entire day.
Q: Where can I store the rower?
A: When you’re done rowing, easily take apart the machine and put it out of the way for space-efficient storage in between sessions. To conveniently put it into the corner or a closet, move the rower around using built-in transportation wheels. Compact, portable and space-friendly. Designed for home use.
Q: Does rowing make your legs bigger?
A: This is such a silly myth! Rowing regularly will not cause you to bulk up. In fact, the cardiovascular workout you’ll get from it will help burn additional calories and tone your legs.
Q: What muscles are working when rowing?
A: Your whole body is working. The benefits of rowing keep you strong and well balanced. Rowing regularly strengthens and tones your core muscles while also strengthening your shoulders, arms, back in tandem with your glutes and hamstrings.
Q: How can I use the rower machine to achieve my fitness goals?
A: We can design you a bespoke workout from one of our Total Tone Trainers. When you purchase any product from us we can provide you with a workout to fit your fitness level and goals. Once you are signed up, you are also entitled to a free Zoom PT session with a trainer who will take you through your designed workout along with how to safely use the rower machine. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us.