Stamina InMotion Rower Product Review
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Stamina Products sent me the InMotion Rower to try out for the purpose of this review. As always, our opinions are genuine and our own.
Written by Stacy
What I received: I received the InMotion Rower that also comes with an InTouch fitness monitor.
InMotion Rower: I was really excited to try this out as I am always looking for ways to workout from home. Being a busy mom while also in school it doesn’t leave much time for the gym. This machine is quite simply put a “beast” as I now call it! I felt the “burn” almost immediately when I tried the rower. I really liked that it doesn’t take up a lot of space and is very easy to use.
There are adjustable straps on the foot pedals that make it easy to stay comfortable and safe, keeping your feet in place while you row.
InTouch fitness monitor: Having a fitness monitor is a huge plus. It gives me a way to track my strokes per minute, count, time, calories burned, and scanned all features during my workout.
What I thought: Overall I thought this was a great piece of equipment. It gives you a good workout and all from the comfort of your own home and unlike most at home fitness equipment, this rower doesn’t take up a whole lot of space.
Value: The InMotion Rower costs $179.99 and is absolutely worth the price in my opinion.
If you are looking into getting your own home gym started you should go check out Stamina Products at www.staminaproducts.com and see their great selection of equipment.
Here is the workout that I did on the rower for anyone who may not quite know the best way to use one to get a great workout in!
Start with 5 minutes of rowing at a slow pace to warm up.
Once you are warmed up alternate every minute with a faster row, and then a slower “rest” minute.
Continue for 10 minutes and take 5 minutes at the end to do a slow row to cool down with.
As you progress you can slowly shorten your “rest” minute to challenge your heart and lungs!
If you are more of a visual person and like to see a workout before trying you can check out a video of it at this link. http://vimeo.com/90905117