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The R700 rower offers users one of the smoothest rowing actions available. The combination of magnets and air as resistance, together with an aluminium seat track, guarantees a smoother pull.
The adjustable handle height means you'll be able to row in the most comfortable position and the retractable seat makes storing it easy and compact.
Heavy duty pivoting footplates, a large comfortable seat and a multifunctional computer display complete the package.
Cardio vascular exercise is any type of exercise that increases the work of the lungs and the heart, and is the number one way to improve your general health, burn body fat and increase your fitness levels.
Rowing machines utilise large muscle groups in both the upper and lower body, making them one of the most effective machines for a total body workout. Not only are they incredibly effective for increasing cardio vascular fitness, but the rower can also help to tone up the legs and core.
To get the most from your workout on your rower, you first need to identify what you want to achieve:
Are you working out to improve your health or to lose weight?
Understanding a little about intensity levels will ensure that the time invested in your exercise sessions returns the greatest benefits, rather than a hit and miss approach.
To stay healthy, adults aged 19 - 64 should aim to do at least 150 minutes, or 2 hours and 30 minutes, of moderate-intensity aerobic activity every week. Your heart rate should be raised and your breathing will be quicker but you should still be able to hold a conversation.
This level of exercise is for those wishing to improve quality of life and general well-being. Gentle 'good health' cardio training will increase your fitness level to a degree, helping you get through day-to-day tasks more easily and with more energy.
To see a significant reduction in body fat, your sessions must be a little more intense. It's recommended that adults aged 19 - 64 should aim to do at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity every week. If you are working out at this level, you will be breathing hard and fast, your heart rate will be high and it will be difficult to talk.
This level of fitness is ideal for those wishing to lose weight and significantly improve their fitness levels.
As one of the strongest names in fitness, York Fitness has been providing high-quality fitness and gym equipment all over the world for over 80 years.
Their products range from dumbbells, barbells, weight benches and multi gyms to treadmills, cycles, cross trainers, gym balls, and much more.
Easy to assemble and settings are quite straight forward. Stands up and can be hidden away when not in use.Published 1 month ago by susan harper
easy to put together. a robust piece of equipment that gives a good workoutPublished 1 month ago by Della
Not had the rower too long and need to give it proper use but it meets the duty/price I wanted. Good buy.Published 2 months ago by Michael Lyon
This is the first rowing machine I've bought.
It came in a pretty big box & it is pretty heavy. Read more
This rowing machine does everything you would want from a top end rowing machine. It is robust and simple to use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alex Lewis
On the first one we had , the handle came off within 2 weeks and the cord went inside the machine . On the replacement one , which arrived quickly I must add , although we had it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by james n. price
It sort of works, and the display is ok
Would be good for shorter people
Would be good if you only do light workouts
I'm 6'7" with... Read more
I received my first rowing machine in January 2014 - strap broke after less than 1 month.
Phone call to York Fitness advised this was a known problem and I should return... Read more
Easy to assemble and seems very robust. everything working well including the display which took a few seconds to work out how it works (really should read the instructions). Read morePublished 5 months ago by geoff