The Rowing Machine is an excellent low impact combination of cardio and strength, that is a major calorie blaster. When performed correctly, you’ll get a great cardio, upper and lower body, and core workout.
Watch the ROWING MACHINE: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform ROWING MACHINE:
1. Sit down on the rowing machine seat with your feet tightly strapped into the foot holders.
2. Lean forward and bend your knees to grab the handle. Your body should be around 11 o’ clock at this point.
3. With your torso upright and arms straight, push your heels through platform to drive your body back.
4. As you’re moving towards the back of the rower, lean back so you body is positioned around 1 o’ clock.
5. This is when you use your arms to pull the handle towards your chest, using your back strength to finish the stroke.
6. Reverse the movement to return to the starting position by extending your arms, leaning forward, and bending your knees.
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