rowing machine

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row·ing machine

A fitness device that has oarlike handles or a movable bar and a sliding seat, used to simulate rowing a racing shell.

rowing machine

a device with oars and a sliding seat resembling a sculling boat, used to provide exercise

row′ing machine`

(ˈroʊ ɪŋ)
an exercise machine that allows the user to go through the motions of rowing in a racing shell.
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If a home is happy it cannot fit too close--let the dresser collapse and become a billiard table; let the mantel turn to a rowing machine, the escritoire to a spare bedchamber, the washstand to an upright piano; let the four walls come together, if they will, so you and your Delia are between.
Boasting a Dial-A-Tension hydraulic cylinder with 12 resistance,this rowing machine also features a computer monitor that measures your total stroke count, workout time, calories burned and strokes per minute.
With the rowing machine you're going linear, moving with gravity, not against it,' says Bernardo Siaotong, rowing instructor, certified cycling instructor and registered dietician at Saddle Row, 2/F Serendra, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.
This is the first time Sherwood has been mentioned alongside them and, although his prospects of winning a gold medal at Tokyo 2020 are slim, the Lambourn resident yesterday used a rowing machine.
Whether you want to start gently with a simple Swiss ball and yoga mat or go full throttle with a cross-trainer or rowing machine, we've found all the workout kit you need, and at knockdown prices too.
Other female student of PULC Ms Filza Aleem has won Silver and two Bronze Medals in Rowing Machine and Karate while Ms Madiha Hussain also won one gold and one bronze medal in Karate.
The best way is to exercise, I find the rowing machine every day for 20 minutes solves this problem.
The dependencies of resistance force on travel of piston at four different speeds--60, 300, 600 and 900 mm/min for adjustable rowing machine cylinders are shown on Fig.
LAST Sunday, Calum Stronach and Nathan Prosser, owners of CrossFit NW1 Gym, Llandudno rowed for 24 hours between them on an indoor rowing machine to raise money for Ty Gobaith.