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So, with the impending shutdown of our training universe, I'm keen to add another element to my indoor training. I want to buy an indoor rowing machine. I have the space, particularly if it folds up or stands against the wall.

 

I train 4 or 5 days a week on my indoor trainer, so the motivation to use a rower isn't really an issue.

 

Any advice on product, training programs etc will be appreciated

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So, with the impending shutdown of our training universe, I'm keen to add another element to my indoor training. I want to buy an indoor rowing machine. I have the space, particularly if it folds up or stands against the wall.

 

I train 4 or 5 days a week on my indoor trainer, so the motivation to use a rower isn't really an issue.

 

Any advice on product, training programs etc will be appreciated

Concept 2. Expensive, but best.

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Strange that no one seems to mention water rowers. I have an A1 and love it. Very natural resistance feel and does not sound like a plane taking off. In fact the sound is one of the best things about it. Also looks quite cool.

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Strange that no one seems to mention water rowers. I have an A1 and love it. Very natural resistance feel and does not sound like a plane taking off. In fact the sound is one of the best things about it. Also looks quite cool.

 

The ones made of wood are STUNNING

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So, with the impending shutdown of our training universe, I'm keen to add another element to my indoor training. I want to buy an indoor rowing machine. I have the space, particularly if it folds up or stands against the wall.

 

I train 4 or 5 days a week on my indoor trainer, so the motivation to use a rower isn't really an issue.

 

Any advice on product, training programs etc will be appreciated

 

 

sounds like torture to me!!

 

my brother in law has taken his concept 2 all over the world...suprising they still seem to be the go to one after 15+ years

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The ones made of wood are STUNNING

My water rower is testament to the fact that product placement on tv shows work (at least on me). Got mine after I saw Frank Underwood from House of Cards train on his. Never heard of them before that.
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Strange that no one seems to mention water rowers. I have an A1 and love it. Very natural resistance feel and does not sound like a plane taking off. In fact the sound is one of the best things about it. Also looks quite cool.

Aren't they very expensive?

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