The Concept2 SkiErg makes the sport of Nordic skiing available to everyone. Long recognized as delivering one of the toughest workouts around, Nordic skiing develops both strength and endurance and exercises the legs as well as the arms and core. The SkiErg can be used for both double pole and classic alternating arm technique.
Purchasing the main unit provides you with Skierg, for wall mounting. Purchasing the Stand, aswell as the main unit, provides you with the oppurtunity for a Free Standing Concept 2 Skierg.
Starting at: Excl. VAT: £180.00 Incl. VAT: £216.00
The Origin OR1 Rowing Machine is the ideal choice for any club or fitness facility. It offers a high performing, best-value option for gym owners looking to buy a quality rower for their members.
The OR1 console is packed with features to provide detailed workout feedback and performance monitoring. It includes 25 profile programmes including target heart rate workouts, intervals, fitness tests and more. The LCD display gives various readouts and graphical displays, making sure the user has data on time, stroke rate, distance, heart rate, resistance levels and 500m/pace.
The dual air/magnetic resistance system with 24 levels is controlled electronically giving users full flexibility over their workout intensity. This combined with our wide seat design and adjustable foot plates make the OR1 the best choice for both performance and comfort.
The rower's low maintenance Poly-V drive belt ensures a smooth and stable pulling motion, creating a realistic rowing experience for the user that won't let your facility down.
When it comes to discipline and perseverance, few workouts will challenge you more than those on the Upper Body Ergometer. Whether used in a rehabilitation setting or high performance fitness center, the AirFit UB’s adjustable tower, convertible crank arms and comfortable grips let you tailor the workout with the right range of motion for your shoulders, back, wrists, and elbows. An optional ramp and removable bench allows wheelchair access and meets ADA criteria.
Much like rowing a boat on the water, a stationary rowing machine can help to build and tone muscles, strengthen cardiovascular function and increase stamina.
Rowing invokes all the muscles of the body and trains them evenly. With little pressure on the joints, rowers work the the legs, hips and buttocks with each stroke. They use upper body muscles, strengthening the back, shoulders and arms. The trunk and core are engaged in the exercise as the rower performs each stroke. You can adjust most rowing machines to create a tighter resistance to build muscles as well.