Concept2 Model D Indoor Rowing Machine
A commercial-grade rower for the home gym with all the bells and whistles.
The Concept2 Model D Indoor Rowing Machine offers a complete at-home total-body workout, allowing users to select workout type of either sleek, fast boat or slow, heavy boat. Through the smooth glide operation, rowing tones the legs, arms, chest, back, and abs with virtually no impact.
Concept2 is a fitness leader in rowing, with machines used by Olympians, rehabilitation patients, and all levels in between. Compact2 machines are known for durability, built with commercial reliability whether for home or gym use.
- Enables selection of sleek, fast rowing or slow, heavy rowing
- Smooth sliding operation
- PM3 Performance Monitor tracks distance, speed, pace, and calorie burn
- Accommodates users up to 500 pounds
- Comfort features include an ergonomic handle, adjustable footrests
- Quiet operation
- Size may be restrictive for some users' workout spaces at 95" x 24" x 14"
- Does not monitor heart rate
The Concept2 Model D Indoor Rowing Machine is a fitness product and does not offer nutrition advice.EXERCISE
The Concept2 Model D Indoor Rowing Machine offers a complete cardio workout while building strength and promoting flexibility. The sliding seat compresses and extends the legs with each stroke of the arms, and each movement engages core muscles, completing the total body toning experience.
With the built-in Performance Monitor display, users can easily select from preset workouts, FISH games, and challenges against previous fitness performance. On-screen animated rowers are also available, enabling users to review techniques. For complete fitness tracking, Concept2 offers an electronic logbook, rowing challenges, and a training forum on its website.CONCLUSION
The Concept2 Model D Indoor Rowing Machine is a great option for all-over body toning through a virtually no-impact cardio workout. Allowing selection between either sleek, fast rowing or slow, heavy rowing, the machine adjusts to meet individual fitness demands.Common Misspellings
Concept Two, Concept 2, Model Dee