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Natural Rowing Machine Ash with S4 Monitor

The Water Rower rowing machine is unsurpassed in terms of design refinement. Its patented Water Flywheel design emulates rowing like no machine before it. Smooth, silent and storing conveniently upright, the Water Rower is perfect for any user and in any environment. The Water Rower's unique patented Water Flywheel has been designed to emulate the dynamics of a boat moving through water. When rowing the workout is generated by overcoming the effect of drag as the boat moves through the water. So with the WaterFlywheel the workout is generated by overcoming the effect of drag as the water moves past the tank. When rowing faster you move the boat, the greater the drag and the greater the intensity of exercise required to maintain your speed. The limit to the speed you can maintain is you, your physiology. Not the machine. Because the Water Rower's precision sprag clutch engages the instant the handle is pulled there is no jerkiness or jarring at the beginning of the stroke. The Water Rower's wooden frame also assists in dampening out any noise or vibration, there is no metallic clanking, just the soothing sound of running water, making the Water Rower the quietest rowing machine ever. The WaterRower has been designed to optimize ease of storage. Simply lift one end and the machine stores conveniently upright in about the space of a dining room chair. The WaterRower's light wooden frame, the positioning of the WaterFlywheel close to the wheels, and the leverage effect provided by the rails, makes lifting almost effortless. When stored the WaterRower's patented WaterFlywheel provides a low center of gravity making the machine very stable. Designed with an obsession for detail, the Water Rower is unmatched by any other fitness equipment. The overriding design philosophy of the Water Rower has achieved "beauty by simplicity". Every detail has been resolved to compliment the overall appearance and performance of the machine. The WaterRower Natural is hand crafted in solid Ash and stained Honey Oak for consistency of color. Each machine has been hand finished with Danish Oil and Urethane for protection. Wood has been chosen due to its marvellous engineering properties, primary amongst these is its ability to absorb sound and vibration enhancing the WaterRower's quietness and smoothness of use. Ash, like all woods used in WaterRower construction, is a premium hardwood with incredible longevity and dimensional stability. For reasons of ecology, all our woods are harvested from replenishable forests. Click here to read our WaterRower product review. Console: The Series 4 Performance Monitor has been designed to balance technical sophistication with user-friendliness. The monitor has 6 information and programming windows, 6 QuickSelection buttons and 3 navigation buttons. It displays workout intensity, strokerate, heartrate, zone bar, duration, and distance. Compatible with the optional WaterRower Heart Rate Chest Strap and Receiver (sold separately), the Se

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Club Rowing Machine Rose and Black with S4 Monitor

The Water Rower rowing machine is unsurpassed in terms of design refinement. Its patented Water Flywheel design emulates rowing like no machine before it. Smooth, silent and storing conveniently upright, the Water Rower is perfect for any user and in any environment. The Water Rower's unique patented Water Flywheel has been designed to emulate the dynamics of a boat moving through water. When rowing the workout is generated by overcoming the effect of drag as the boat moves through the water. So with the WaterFlywheel the workout is generated by overcoming the effect of drag as the water moves past the tank. When rowing faster you move the boat, the greater the drag and the greater the intensity of exercise required to maintain your speed. The limit to the speed you can maintain is you, your physiology. Not the machine. Because the Water Rower's precision sprag clutch engages the instant the handle is pulled there is no jerkiness or jarring at the beginning of the stroke. The Water Rower's wooden frame also assists in dampening out any noise or vibration, there is no metallic clanking, just the soothing sound of running water, making the Water Rower the quietest rowing machine ever. The WaterRower has been designed to optimize ease of storage. Simply lift one end and the machine stores conveniently upright in about the space of a dining room chair. The WaterRower's light wooden frame, the positioning of the WaterFlywheel close to the wheels, and the leverage effect provided by the rails, makes lifting almost effortless. When stored the WaterRower's patented WaterFlywheel provides a low center of gravity making the machine very stable. Designed with an obsession for detail, the Water Rower is unmatched by any other fitness equipment. The overriding design philosophy of the Water Rower has achieved "beauty by simplicity". Every detail has been resolved to compliment the overall appearance and performance of the machine. The WaterRower Club is hand crafted in solid Ash and stained for color. The WaterRower Club has been designed for High Traffic Areas such as Commercial Gyms, Studios, Rehabilitation Clinics, etc. Its Black Rails have been styled to prevent scuffing, other wooden components are finished in an attractive rosewood which are more resistant to soiling than the Natural model. Each machine has been hand finished with Danish Oil and Urethane for protection. Wood has been chosen due to its marvellous engineering properties, primary amongst these is its ability to absorb sound and vibration enhancing the WaterRower's quietness and smoothness of use. Ash, like all woods used in WaterRower construction, is a premium hardwood with incredible longevity and dimensional stability. For reasons of ecology, all our woods are harvested from replenishable forests. Click here to read our WaterRower product review. Console: The Series 4 Performance Monitor has been designed to balance technical sophistication with user-friendliness. The monitor has 6 info

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Classic Rowing Machine Black Walnut with S4 Monitor

The Water Rower rowing machine is unsurpassed in terms of design refinement. Its patented Water Flywheel design emulates rowing like no machine before it. Smooth, silent and storing conveniently upright, the Water Rower is perfect for any user and in any environment. The Water Rower's unique patented Water Flywheel has been designed to emulate the dynamics of a boat moving through water. When rowing the workout is generated by overcoming the effect of drag as the boat moves through the water. So with the WaterFlywheel the workout is generated by overcoming the effect of drag as the water moves past the tank. When rowing faster you move the boat, the greater the drag and the greater the intensity of exercise required to maintain your speed. The limit to the speed you can maintain is you, your physiology. Not the machine. Because the Water Rower's precision sprag clutch engages the instant the handle is pulled there is no jerkiness or jarring at the beginning of the stroke. The Water Rower's wooden frame also assists in dampening out any noise or vibration, there is no metallic clanking, just the soothing sound of running water, making the Water Rower the quietest rowing machine ever. The WaterRower has been designed to optimize ease of storage. Simply lift one end and the machine stores conveniently upright in about the space of a dining room chair. The WaterRower's light wooden frame, the positioning of the WaterFlywheel close to the wheels, and the leverage effect provided by the rails, makes lifting almost effortless. When stored the WaterRower's patented WaterFlywheel provides a low center of gravity making the machine very stable. Designed with an obsession for detail, the Water Rower is unmatched by any other fitness equipment. The overriding design philosophy of the Water Rower has achieved "beauty by simplicity". Every detail has been resolved to compliment the overall appearance and performance of the machine. The WaterRower Classic is hand crafted in solid American Black Walnut. Like all woods, Black Walnut may vary in color from a rich brown to purple-black. Each machine has been hand finished with three coats of Danish Oil giving a deep lustre an warmth to the wood. Wood has been chosen due to its marvellous engineering properties, primary amongst these is its ability to absorb sound and vibration enhancing the WaterRower's quietness and smoothness of use. Black Walnut, like all woods used in WaterRower construction, is a premium hardwood with incredible longevity and dimensional stability. For reasons of ecology, all WaterRower woods are harvested from replenishable forests. Click here to read our WaterRower product review. Console: The Series 4 Performance Monitor has been designed to balance technical sophistication with user-friendliness. The monitor has 6 information and programming windows, 6 QuickSelection buttons and 3 navigation buttons. It displays workout intensity, strokerate, heartrate, zone bar, duration, and distance. Co

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Oxbridge Rowing Machine Cherry with S4 Monitor water rower

The Water Rower rowing machine is unsurpassed in terms of design refinement. Its patented Water Flywheel design emulates rowing like no machine before it. Smooth, silent and storing conveniently upright, the Water Rower is perfect for any user and in any environment. The Water Rower's unique patented Water Flywheel has been designed to emulate the dynamics of a boat moving through water. When rowing the workout is generated by overcoming the effect of drag as the boat moves through the water. So with the WaterFlywheel the workout is generated by overcoming the effect of drag as the water moves past the tank. When rowing faster you move the boat, the greater the drag and the greater the intensity of exercise required to maintain your speed. The limit to the speed you can maintain is you, your physiology. Not the machine. Because the Water Rower's precision sprag clutch engages the instant the handle is pulled there is no jerkiness or jarring at the beginning of the stroke. The Water Rower's wooden frame also assists in dampening out any noise or vibration, there is no metallic clanking, just the soothing sound of running water, making the Water Rower the quietest rowing machine ever. The WaterRower has been designed to optimize ease of storage. Simply lift one end and the machine stores conveniently upright in about the space of a dining room chair. The WaterRower's light wooden frame, the positioning of the WaterFlywheel close to the wheels, and the leverage effect provided by the rails, makes lifting almost effortless. When stored the WaterRower's patented WaterFlywheel provides a low center of gravity making the machine very stable. Designed with an obsession for detail, the Water Rower is unmatched by any other fitness equipment. The overriding design philosophy of the Water Rower has achieved "beauty by simplicity". Every detail has been resolved to compliment the overall appearance and performance of the machine. The WaterRower Oxbridge is hand crafted in solid Cherrywood. Like all woods, Cherrywood may vary in color from a red-brown to deep red. The wood will darken in color with exposure to light. For this reason all WaterRower Cherrywood components are kept in light free rooms to protect from shadowing. A new WaterRower Oxbridge will therefore appear quite light in color. The wood will however darken over time reaching a rich reddish hue. Each machine has been hand finished with three coats of Danish Oil giving a deep lustre an warmth to the wood. Wood has been chosen due to its marvellous engineering properties, primary amongst these is its ability to absorb sound and vibration enhancing the WaterRower's quietness and smoothness of use. Cherrywood, like all woods used in WaterRower construction, is a premium hardwood with incredible longevity and dimensional stability. For reasons of ecology, all our woods are harvested from replenishable forests. Click here to read our WaterRower product review. Console: The Series 4 Performance Monitor

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Treadmill Mat

Weider Treadmill Mat : Made of durable vinyl, the tough Weider Treadmill Mat helps protect your exercise machine and floor. Simply place under your treadmill, bike, weight bench, stepper, or other fitness equipment and the mat will help reduce vibrat

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Performance Run Sleeve Titanium/Black, M - Men's

The benefits of compression garments like the 2XU Performance Run Sleeves are something of a hot topic in sports science these days, with some studies supporting the claimed benefits while the skeptical are left wondering if it's all just superstition. This divide is partly because of popular misunderstandings of what compression garments actually do, so bear with us while we walk through some of the myths and benefits of compression for endurance athletes. First, the big myth. It seems that the claims that compressive clothing limits the accrual of lactic acid put forth by some early studies are ultimately without merit. During a workout or race, compression helps in three ways. The first way is through increased blood circulation through compression that graduates up the legs in order to maintain a consistent flow of oxygen. This technique has been used in medical treatment for decades. The second benefit compression provides is that it literally buttresses-up your flagging muscles, reducing fatigue by reducing vibration and the need for muscles to self-stabilize. It may be helpful to compare compression to weight lifting. Lifting free weights vs. machine weights or using separate dumbbells instead of an Olympic bar forces your muscles to stabilize while lifting, adding an additional fatiguing element to the exercise. By reducing vibration and supporting the muscles during endurance runs and cycling, compression garments reduce similar fatigue and increase stamina. The final benefit is that compression supplements your body's proprioception. OK, buckle up, cuz it's science time. Many of our most basic, unconscious actions (like maintaining balance) rely on a network of proprioceptors in our bodies that, essentially, map our bodies' positions as we move through space -- hence the name proprioception or "sense of self." This map consists of coordinates relating to things like the length and tension of specific muscles and the changing angle of a joint in motion...

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Performance Run Sleeve - Men's

The benefits of compression garments like the 2XU Performance Run Sleeves are something of a hot topic in sports science these days, with some studies supporting the claimed benefits while the skeptical are left wondering if it's all just superstition. This divide is partly because of popular misunderstandings of what compression garments actually do, so bear with us while we walk through some of the myths and benefits of compression for endurance athletes. First, the big myth. It seems that the claims that compressive clothing limits the accrual of lactic acid put forth by some early studies are ultimately without merit. During a workout or race, compression helps in three ways. The first way is through increased blood circulation through compression that graduates up the legs in order to maintain a consistent flow of oxygen. This technique has been used in medical treatment for decades. The second benefit compression provides is that it literally buttresses-up your flagging muscles, reducing fatigue by reducing vibration and the need for muscles to self-stabilize. It may be helpful to compare compression to weight lifting. Lifting free weights vs. machine weights or using separate dumbbells instead of an Olympic bar forces your muscles to stabilize while lifting, adding an additional fatiguing element to the exercise. By reducing vibration and supporting the muscles during endurance runs and cycling, compression garments reduce similar fatigue and increase stamina. The final benefit is that compression supplements your body's proprioception. OK, buckle up, cuz it's science time. Many of our most basic, unconscious actions (like maintaining balance) rely on a network of proprioceptors in our bodies that, essentially, map our bodies' positions as we move through space -- hence the name proprioception or "sense of self." This map consists of coordinates relating to things like the length and tension of specific muscles and the changing angle of a joint in motion...

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Performance Run Sleeve Titanium/Black, S - Men's

The benefits of compression garments like the 2XU Performance Run Sleeves are something of a hot topic in sports science these days, with some studies supporting the claimed benefits while the skeptical are left wondering if it's all just superstition. This divide is partly because of popular misunderstandings of what compression garments actually do, so bear with us while we walk through some of the myths and benefits of compression for endurance athletes. First, the big myth. It seems that the claims that compressive clothing limits the accrual of lactic acid put forth by some early studies are ultimately without merit. During a workout or race, compression helps in three ways. The first way is through increased blood circulation through compression that graduates up the legs in order to maintain a consistent flow of oxygen. This technique has been used in medical treatment for decades. The second benefit compression provides is that it literally buttresses-up your flagging muscles, reducing fatigue by reducing vibration and the need for muscles to self-stabilize. It may be helpful to compare compression to weight lifting. Lifting free weights vs. machine weights or using separate dumbbells instead of an Olympic bar forces your muscles to stabilize while lifting, adding an additional fatiguing element to the exercise. By reducing vibration and supporting the muscles during endurance runs and cycling, compression garments reduce similar fatigue and increase stamina. The final benefit is that compression supplements your body's proprioception. OK, buckle up, cuz it's science time. Many of our most basic, unconscious actions (like maintaining balance) rely on a network of proprioceptors in our bodies that, essentially, map our bodies' positions as we move through space -- hence the name proprioception or "sense of self." This map consists of coordinates relating to things like the length and tension of specific muscles and the changing angle of a joint in motion...

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Performance Run Sleeve Titanium/Black, L - Men's

The benefits of compression garments like the 2XU Performance Run Sleeves are something of a hot topic in sports science these days, with some studies supporting the claimed benefits while the skeptical are left wondering if it's all just superstition. This divide is partly because of popular misunderstandings of what compression garments actually do, so bear with us while we walk through some of the myths and benefits of compression for endurance athletes. First, the big myth. It seems that the claims that compressive clothing limits the accrual of lactic acid put forth by some early studies are ultimately without merit. During a workout or race, compression helps in three ways. The first way is through increased blood circulation through compression that graduates up the legs in order to maintain a consistent flow of oxygen. This technique has been used in medical treatment for decades. The second benefit compression provides is that it literally buttresses-up your flagging muscles, reducing fatigue by reducing vibration and the need for muscles to self-stabilize. It may be helpful to compare compression to weight lifting. Lifting free weights vs. machine weights or using separate dumbbells instead of an Olympic bar forces your muscles to stabilize while lifting, adding an additional fatiguing element to the exercise. By reducing vibration and supporting the muscles during endurance runs and cycling, compression garments reduce similar fatigue and increase stamina. The final benefit is that compression supplements your body's proprioception. OK, buckle up, cuz it's science time. Many of our most basic, unconscious actions (like maintaining balance) rely on a network of proprioceptors in our bodies that, essentially, map our bodies' positions as we move through space -- hence the name proprioception or "sense of self." This map consists of coordinates relating to things like the length and tension of specific muscles and the changing angle of a joint in motion...

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Performance Run Sleeve Fluro Orange/Flure Orange, M - Men's

The benefits of compression garments like the 2XU Performance Run Sleeves are something of a hot topic in sports science these days, with some studies supporting the claimed benefits while the skeptical are left wondering if it's all just superstition. This divide is partly because of popular misunderstandings of what compression garments actually do, so bear with us while we walk through some of the myths and benefits of compression for endurance athletes. First, the big myth. It seems that the claims that compressive clothing limits the accrual of lactic acid put forth by some early studies are ultimately without merit. During a workout or race, compression helps in three ways. The first way is through increased blood circulation through compression that graduates up the legs in order to maintain a consistent flow of oxygen. This technique has been used in medical treatment for decades. The second benefit compression provides is that it literally buttresses-up your flagging muscles, reducing fatigue by reducing vibration and the need for muscles to self-stabilize. It may be helpful to compare compression to weight lifting. Lifting free weights vs. machine weights or using separate dumbbells instead of an Olympic bar forces your muscles to stabilize while lifting, adding an additional fatiguing element to the exercise. By reducing vibration and supporting the muscles during endurance runs and cycling, compression garments reduce similar fatigue and increase stamina. The final benefit is that compression supplements your body's proprioception. OK, buckle up, cuz it's science time. Many of our most basic, unconscious actions (like maintaining balance) rely on a network of proprioceptors in our bodies that, essentially, map our bodies' positions as we move through space -- hence the name proprioception or "sense of self." This map consists of coordinates relating to things like the length and tension of specific muscles and the changing angle of a joint in motion...

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Performance Run Sleeve Vibrant Blue/Vibrant Blue, XS - Men's

The benefits of compression garments like the 2XU Performance Run Sleeves are something of a hot topic in sports science these days, with some studies supporting the claimed benefits while the skeptical are left wondering if it's all just superstition. This divide is partly because of popular misunderstandings of what compression garments actually do, so bear with us while we walk through some of the myths and benefits of compression for endurance athletes. First, the big myth. It seems that the claims that compressive clothing limits the accrual of lactic acid put forth by some early studies are ultimately without merit. During a workout or race, compression helps in three ways. The first way is through increased blood circulation through compression that graduates up the legs in order to maintain a consistent flow of oxygen. This technique has been used in medical treatment for decades. The second benefit compression provides is that it literally buttresses-up your flagging muscles, reducing fatigue by reducing vibration and the need for muscles to self-stabilize. It may be helpful to compare compression to weight lifting. Lifting free weights vs. machine weights or using separate dumbbells instead of an Olympic bar forces your muscles to stabilize while lifting, adding an additional fatiguing element to the exercise. By reducing vibration and supporting the muscles during endurance runs and cycling, compression garments reduce similar fatigue and increase stamina. The final benefit is that compression supplements your body's proprioception. OK, buckle up, cuz it's science time. Many of our most basic, unconscious actions (like maintaining balance) rely on a network of proprioceptors in our bodies that, essentially, map our bodies' positions as we move through space -- hence the name proprioception or "sense of self." This map consists of coordinates relating to things like the length and tension of specific muscles and the changing angle of a joint in motion...

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