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Stamina Body Trac Glider 1050 Rowing Machine
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- Home rowing machine with compact footprint--23.5 x 46 inches
- Adjustable gas-shock resistance
- Monitor shows time, stroke count, and calories burned
- Sturdy, steel frame construction
- Folds for easy storage
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There’s a Rower for You
If you’re looking for a low-impact, total-body workout, look no further. Rowing does not only build your cardiovascular endurance; it sculpts and strengthens your quads, hamstrings, glutes, back, shoulders and arms. Because rowing can benefit everyone, Stamina produces an extensive line of rowing machines. From affordable, spacing-saving rowers to commercial-quality machines, you’ll be able to find the rower that matches your needs and budget.
|Stamina Body Trac Glider 1050||Stamina 1215 Orbital Rower w/ Free Motion Arms||Stamina ATS Air Rower 1399||Stamina ATS Air Rower 1405||Stamina Conversion II Recumbent Bike/Rower||AVARI Programmable Magnetic Rower (includes chest strap)|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||58.25 x 42.5 x 18.125||50 x 32.5 x 31||77 x 18.75 x 22||78.5 x 19.75 x 31.5||75.5 x 20 x 27||81 x 20 x 24.5|
|Resistance Type||Adjustable Hydraulic Resistance||Dual Piston Hydraulic Resistance||Dynamic Air Resistance||Dynamic Air Resistance||Quiet Magnetic Resistance||Quiet Magnetic Resistance|
|Heart Rate Chest Strap Included||✓|
|Rowing Beam||Aluminum||Aluminum||Steel||Chromed Steel||Aluminum||Aluminum|
|Pivoting Foot Plates||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Weight Limit||250 lbs.||250 lbs.||250 lbs.||250 lbs.||250 lbs.||275 lbs.|
Designed for convenience, the space-saving, hydraulic resistance BodyTrac Glider will fit into any living space, schedule and budget.
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Stamina Body Trac Glider - Rowing is widely acknowledged to be one of the best all around fitness activities. All major muscle groups including legs, back, arms, abdominals and buttocks are used extensively while rowing. Want a piece of that action? Then get this killer Body Trac Glider by Stamina¨. The Body Trac Glider offers a great full range of motion action due to its rowing arms. You can easily change the level of your workout by adjusting the shock resistance. The Body Trac Glider also includes a multi-function monitor and steel frame construction and folds easily for storage.
Do you have limited workout space but plenty of motivation? Turn to the Stamina Body Trac Glider rowing machine, which offers a compact footprint of only 23.5 inches wide by 46 inches long, but offers the same terrific workout performance as machines twice its size. The Body Trac Glider is outfitted with a tough steel frame and an aluminum center beam that's designed to withstand years of use. More significantly, the machine's ball-bearing roller system and adjustable cylinder resistance arms mimic the smooth motion of rowing on the water. And because rowing is widely recognized as one of the best all-around activities for cardiovascular fitness and strength, the Body Trac Glider makes an ideal workout accessory for anyone who wants to get in tip-top shape.
The Body Trac Glider folds up for easy storage in a closet.
Other features include gas shock resistance, a manual resistance control knob, a comfortable molded and padded seat, and a capacity of 250 pounds. The Body Trac Glider--which folds up for easy storage in a closet or corner--carries a one-year warranty on the frame and a 90-day warranty on parts.
Safety WarningAs with any exercise program, consult your physician before you begin.
Top Customer Reviews
The basic stuff you need to know: There are 12 levels of resistance (I was using resistance level 8).
The computer tells you how many complete rows you have performed, time performed, calories burned or you can scan through all three (My computer didn't work when it first arrived, but after a solid punch it woke up and started working). The resistance is nice. You'll get a good workout with this inexpensive machine. Storage is convenient, but don't be fooled, 35 pounds is heavy to move around from room to room. Keep the machine close to where you plan on using it. Finally, the footstraps were a major complaint. My complaint about the footstraps is that it doesn't hold your feet securely against the footrests. The clicking noise you hear in the video (at the end of each rep) is my heel clicking against the footrest. The footrest issue is not as bad as others have made it seem (in my opinion), although strapping the footstraps on properly isn't an easy task.
I am very pleased with it.
1st it was very well packed.
2nd it was very easy to assemble.
3rd it is so smooth and quiet I watch tv and
have no problem hearing the movie sound.
4th and most important, it is a great workout...I've had it for just under a month.
Use it everyday. Initially for 15 minutes. Now up to 50 minutes.
I started at level 1, that was easy. Progressed to now level 6. Works up a good sweat and my wife can see the difference. My arms are more shapely and a little bigger. And I've lost some belly fat. As far as weight loss. I have lost about 4 lbs.
I think the main difference is that these workouts mainly help turn fat into muscle. I am very glad I chose this Stamina Body Trac Glider 1050 Rower.
PS... I will add a video at a later date.
Only down sides are as many of the reviews pointed out the
1 pedals kept slipping off.
This is very easily, quickly and inexpensively corrected by buying a set of 2 Velcro strips, which I found at Lowe's for under $7 a pair.
Feet have not slipped off the pedals since.
2 due to the motion, I have a little bit of friction burn on my rear. I had an extre sheet of rubber floor padding left so I cut a piece to the shape of the seat, and it did relieve some of the burn.
This rower is an Excellent buy.
As the pros outweigh the cons.
I highly recommend it.
I would have given a 5 star if it would have come with 4 Velcro strips instead of 2. And if the seat were padded better.
Updated on 9/8/2016
It has been 3 months since I received and began working out on the Stamina Bodytrac
It is still by far one of the best, if not the best purchase I have made in the last 5 years.
I'm up to level 8. Doing 20 minutes a day.
I have lost weight, toned down & feel great.
That being said, you should incorporate, a healthy diet, some calisthenics, and you should workout regularly. I try to use the rower at least once a day. Though I miss days here and there.
Every so often you should lubricate with WD40.
Also, I suggest you go over the machine (bolts, screws) and make sure they are staying tight.
I do it at the end of each month.
Due to movement and vibration, some may loosen although it is minimal.
Fantastic Machine Quality and Price...
Huge thumbs up!!!
Neutral: I use it at a medium setting, I use it more as a heart pumping exerciser than a strength building exerciser. Given it has only one piston, and the pivoting mechanisms are a bit fragile, I don't think it's meant for really strong people or people who enjoy working with high resistance. I read one review where the person broke the main pivoting bolt, and some reviews where plastic bushing shavings appeared after work-outs.
The bad: There are two problems with this machine, both of which you can work-around.
The lesser problem is the foot straps, only one pair of shoes I own works well with the straps such that my feet stay in the foot rests. The company that makes this machine apparently has another different pair of foot rests/straps, which probably allow you to exercise with another pair of shoes that work.
The biggest problem is the pivoting mechanism under the machine which has PLASTIC bushings. Those bushings WILL wear out, either fast when you're strong and work with high resistance, or over time. The company should have used metal bushings, but that would have increased the price by a few dollars and would make the product last too long. You can order new bushings, and when they arrive you'll find out they are the wrong ones and they don't fit and you can't put the machine back together. This is the end of the machine for the average person. If you have access to a grinder, you can grind down the bushing 1/32 of an inch and then you can put the pivoting mechanism back together. The company refuses to acknowledge they sent me the wrong bushings, twice, and refuses to admit the new bushings don't work. The picture, if you can see it, has the old bushing on the right, the new bushing on the left, obviously not the same bushings.
Conclusion: great machine for people in reasonable shape WHEN it works. Foot rests require you to find shoes that work. Pivoting bushings wear out and you need a grinder to make new bushings work. Not a good machine for strong people. Product support is helpful at first but bails at the first sign of trouble.