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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||56.5 x 23.5 x 19 inches|
|Item Weight||28.9 Pounds|
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- Solid Steel Construction
- Five levels of resistance
- Comfortable stitched seat
- Pivoting foot plates with adjustable closure
- Easy to store
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Stamina InMotion Rower
Rowing doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. The Stamina InMotion Rower is the simple, convenient, cost-saving solution to your cardio and total body strengthening needs. The silver frame will look good in any room so you won’t have to have a dedicated workout area. Plus, the 27-pound, standing frame makes the absence of a workout space a nonissue, anyways.
The sturdy steel construction will last for years to come, no matter how often you use the rowing machine. Plus, it supports up to 250 lbs.
5 Levels of Resistance:
If you need more challenge, adjust the intensity. It’s as easy as loosening the resistance knob, lifting the piston upwards and tightening the knob.
The multi-function monitor displays your distance, workout time, strokes per minute and calories burned. It also has a scan function.
Pivoting Footplates with Straps:
The pivoting footplates increase your range of motion while rowing while the straps keep you secure.
Padded, Upholstered Seat:
Long rowing sessions are fun and comfortable due to the padded, upholstered seat.
After you finish your workout, simply stand the rower on its end to store it in the nearest closet or corner.
Additional $5 shipping charge applies Row away fat and burn calories Rowing is one of the best exercises for more efficient calorie and fat burning without impact on your joints. Every time you pull back, you're strengthening and toning your legs, arms, back, abs and buttocks. With its small footprint and comfortable seat, this rower is the perfect addition to any home gym. Pivoting foot plates help maintain natural rowing motion. InTouch fitness monitor tracks strokes, time and calories burned. Holds up to 250 lbs. Minimal assembly required. 56-1/2" x 23-1/2" x 19". 5 levels of resistance easy to store solid steel construction easy, no-impact movement fitness monitor tracks strokes, time and calories burned
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm
Material: Steel frame Product Color: Black/Grey Re
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The good: Small footprint; can be stored upright on its handlebars and takes up about 2 x 2 ft at the base in room; adjustable settings for the amount of "pull" you need to exert to row; has a timer/stroke counter mounted on the rowing bar; all-body workout but completely controlled by how many strokes you want to do (and work up to); solid "handlebar" ensures you will use both arms equally, unlike rowers with two pull-cords; quiet; very easy to assemble
The drawbacks: Timer/stroke counter and foot platforms are high-density plastic (although absolutely no problems at all with that yet); easy to assemble but despite the mention in the instructions that "some parts are pre-assembled," I thought I was missing a screw and spent about 15 minutes with the guy at Home Depot, trying to match up the metric size used on the rower to their available inventory, only to arrive home with my replacement screw to find it was "pre-assembled" after all! (moral of the story -- look over each piece!); rower does need some space to store upright or somewhere that when left down, won't be tripped over.
Overall, a great product for the price. I'm not inclined to buy a more expensive rower when this one wears out at this point. For the cost of the next-in-line rower, I could buy two of these. Maybe when I work up to an hour of consistent rowing (getting there...!), I'll look for a crew team to join! In the meantime, I'll continue enjoying this one very much.
Update Feb. 25, 2016
I continue to enjoy this rower, but as others have noted, the longer you use it, the easier the pull becomes as the piston warms up. At my rowing speed, that can be anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes of rowing. I find that if I return it fully to the "start" position, I get a little bit more resistance on the pull. As it becomes easier, sooner, I move up the piston setting and it helps until I re-adjust to that level.
Bottom-line, this isn't a professional rower, but that's not what I wanted to invest in until I was sure I would consistently use it. As I reach the maximum pull that it's capable of, I'll start thinking about upgrading, but at close to $900 and up for a professional, gym-quality rower, I can wait. For the price, I've gotten a lot of use out of this one.
Something I didn't read in other reviews is that I the handles strain my hands. They don't rotate easily enough for me to have a strong grip on them, but they rotate to easily for me to let my hands unroll as the handles turn. As a result, I'm left trying to maintain a partial grip with my fingers toward the end of a stroke.
As for the length of a stroke, it isn't great either. I'm 5'5" and I use the entire stroke. Even worse, when I get to the end of a stroke, the handles are down at my belly rather than my chest. I should have known this before buying it, as the video shows the same orientation. Regardless, pushing down is the wrong motion. You should be pulling into your chest.
Overall, if you're using this for 10 minutes 3 times a week to get a light workout, and you have no familiarity with rowing or care about form, this machine will probably be fine for you. Otherwise, your going to have to spend a bit more.
Assembly was easy and it takes up only a small amount of space but those positives don't come close to compensating for the problems. I had two primary issues:
1) The travel on the rowing arm is too short. When the piston is adjusted to maximum resistance the rowing arm can only be pulled to vertical. It limits your rowing motion and makes the exercise basically useless. On the lowest resistance setting it works fine, but it's way too easy to get a good workout.
2) The piston is attached to the rowing handle with a small bolt. Resistance is adjusted at this connection point by moving the bolt up or down in a bracket. The bolt turns during normal use because it is a pivot point, and no bushings or bearings are included. At best this causes the bolt to constantly loosen (over the course of maybe 50 reps, it happens pretty quickly). At worst, the stress on the bolt causes it to become worn making it impossible to remove without cutting the bolt.
These two problems make the machine unusable for any kind of regular and effective exercise. I used it for about a month before I noticed the bolt had essentially been welded in place. My advice is to avoid this rowing machine. Save the money toward a better one (magnetic wheel machines can be had for under $200).
Update: Still going strong, no issues, multiple people all different sizes use this a day and no problem!!
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I really like the fact that I’m able to get full leg extensions, so it’s really great for those of us with long legs. I find the setting with the least resistance to still be challenging after three weeks, which is great because it means I still have plenty of room to move. I also love that I can prop it up against the wall when I’m done with it, as opposed to it taking over the room. My only complaint about this rower is the seat. It takes some getting used to that’s for sure. I wish it had a little more padding for the sake of comfort. Your bottom will be a bit sore after use, but don’t worry - not so sore you won’t want to use it again.
Overall, I think this is a great little machine, that does what it’s supposed to do and won’t break the bank. Good value for your money, I definitely recommend this rower to anyone.
Unfortunately its resistance (even on the lowest setting) is very high. I was shocked at the level of power required to move it on its 'easiest' setting. (I am female and I work out 6 days a week with 3 of those days weight training. Lack of upper body or core strength isn't the reason for the issue.)
I purchased this product for my mother. She is elderly but before the pandemic she went to the gym 5 days a week to use the rowing machine and to swim.
Due to Covid she was unable to go to the gym so I purchased, and assembled, this rower for her.
Its movement is not similar to conventional rowers and the resistance was very high and difficult to move.
She used this for a few days but injured her shoulder very badly. Understandably, she has stopped using it.
Light enough I can pick it up myself to move around and small enough that it lives in my bedroom, but still very sturdy. This machine is pretty straight forward, basic but for the price a great little rower.