Rowers

Rowing machines are great for an amazing full body workout and we have a great range for sale. We offer our Best Price Guarantee (conditions apply) and have various payment options including an interest free option. We offer Australia wide shipping and usually dispatch the next day – for more information on our delivery see our delivery information.


Xebex Ski Erg Wall Mount

Xebex Ski Erg Wall Mount

$49.95

Xebex Ski Erg Floor Stand

Xebex Ski Erg Floor Stand

$189

Bodyworx Rower KR170M

Bodyworx Rower KR170M

On Sale $449

25% OFF RRP $599.00
GO30 Rower

GO30 Rower

On Sale $449

44% OFF RRP $799.00
Bodyworx Kr6000 Air Turbine Rower

Bodyworx Kr6000 Air Turbine Rower

On Sale $849

23% OFF RRP $1,099.00
BodyWorx KR800 Mag Air Rower

BodyWorx KR800 Mag Air Rower

$1,295

19% OFF RRP $1,599.00
Airmill Rower V3

Airmill Rower V3

On Sale $1,395

22% OFF RRP $1,799.00
Xebex Ski Erg
20% OFF RRP $1,749.00
Bodyworx KR6000MAG Manual Rower

Bodyworx KR6000MAG Manual Rower

On Sale $749

21% OFF RRP $949.00

Using a Rowing Machine

Rowing machines are incredible fitness machines, which will build strength in your legs, back, arms, shoulders and core muscles, as well as giving you a thorough cardio workout.

Rowing exercise is great for cardio, combined with working every major muscle group in your body. There’s almost nothing else that beats it, and it’s great for your health. Rowing works your quads, hamstrings, calves, back shoulders, abs, obliques, biceps and triceps. As it’s a low impact exercise, it’s easy on your joints.

There are a few different types of rowing machines:

  • Air-resistant rowing machines (the most common)
  • Water resistant rowing machines
  • Piston resistant rowing machines
  • Magnetic resistant piston machines
  • Air and magnetic resistant rowing machines

A simple google search will take you through the best techniques for rowing, as well as a lot of different ideas for workouts.  There are two terms that are worth understanding: the catch is where you slide your torso towards your toes, straightening your arms and learning your torso forward; in the drive, you push through your legs, bending your arms while leaning your torso back.

The way to use a machine also varies depending on your goals:

For Strength – if you’re rowing to build strength, focus on powerful strokes at a low frequency. The aim when building muscle mass and strength is to do a lower number of powerful strokes at a slower rate.

For Endurance – professional rowers are amongst the fittest athletes, and if you ever watch the Olympic rowing you’ll see the incredible power they generate over a sustained period of time. If you’re rowing for endurance, ease up on the power and look for more sustained effort over time.

Don’ forget to include a 5-10 minute warm up with stretching and gentle exercise first, and another 5-10 warm down session when you’re nearly finished. The warm up with help you avoid injury, while the warm down will aid in recovery.