Congratulations to all those who participated in the August members challenge. We had two challenges set last month Challenge A. Was to see how many meters you could row in a minute Challenge B was to see how many meters you could row in a month, the target being a marathon. (42.2 km)
The damper set does not control resistance!
The damper is the lever on the side of the flywheel housing, or fan cage, that controls how much air flows into the cage. You can set the damper lever to a particular value from 1–10, indicating how much air is drawn into the cage on each stroke:
* Higher damper setting (read more...)
Learn from the experts.. we've saved you some time and sifted through the web to bring you the best instructional rowing video's available today. Check them out on our You Tube channel . The videos include, training drills, common errors, explanations on best setup, how to go faster and a cool advanced tip from the founder of (read more...)
There are 4 stages in a Rowing Stroke all working a different combination of muscles throughout the body. When performed correctly significant effort is made by the thighs, hips, torso, and the pelvis while also working the forearms, triceps, and shoulders since a significant amount of resistance is placed on (read more...)