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Rowing Machines: Row, Row, Row Your Way to Better Health

If you're looking for an effective workout machine that affects a wide range of muscles, burns a lot of calories, and folds up to store easily, look no farther than a rowing machine. You can use a rowing machine for an enjoyable workout that won't put too much of a strain on your body, then put it away under your bed or in the corner when you're done.

In Canada a rowing machine can be particularly effective because even if the weather outside is nasty you can still do a full-body workout anytime you want. Read on to learn about more rowing machine benefits.

Burn Calories

If you're looking to burn off that slice of caramel apple brownie cheesecake you had for lunch, try hopping onto your rowing machine. A vigorous 30 minute session can ignite up to 377 calories, so you can work off your guilty dessert pleasures while watching a sitcom or two.

Activate Several Muscles of the Body

A rowing machine workout activates a variety of muscle groups, including your legs, glutes, abs, core, back, arms, and shoulders. Since the rowing action doesn't put a lot of pressure on your joints, you can enjoy a low impact working of your major muscle groups.

Aerobic Exercise

If you keep the rowing machine resistance low you can burn through a long endurance exercise session that'll get your heart racing. This type of aerobic exercise can be beneficial for your lungs, heart, and circulation system.