Saturday, February 14, 2015

Sunny Rower Review

Sunny Rower Review

About The Sunny Rower
12 levels of adjustable resistance
Comfortable, smooth running seat
Pivoting foot plates for added comfort
Adjustable foot straps
Electronic monitor displays time, count, total count, calories burned, scan

Product Description
Rowing provides an efficient, effective, low-impact workout that utilizes all the major muscle groups, including the back, legs, arms, abdominal and buttocks.
It is also one of the best exercises for building a strong back, as well as one of the most effective low-impact aerobic exercises for increasing your metabolism.
As a result, you can efficiently burn calories and fat without impacting your joints.• Low-impact exercise•
Electronic monitor displays time- count- total count- calories burned- scan.• Weight Limit 220LB•
Assembly dimensions 53.2L x 20W x 21.5H inches• Boxed dimensions 53L x 7.5W x 13.5H inches•
Item Weight 20LB• Boxed Weight 23LBHeight 21.5Width 20Length 53.2

My Opinion
This is really a great way to work out. 12 different levels of tension for all workout types. No noise. Quiet as can be. The piston gets hot around the 15 minute mark. But cools down quickly. With all my other workout machines I only do 15 on this anyway. Great for the arms, legs, back and shoulders. Use the lower setting for a more aerobic workout and a higher setting for more of an intense weight resistant muscle strengthening workout. This couldn't be better for beginner to advanced athlete. With the Electronic monitor displaying the time- count- total count- calories burned & scan, this is a great machine. With being light weight around 25 pounds I am able to pick this up with one hand and move it around with ease. I'm 54 years old, female and 5'1". So get up off that couch and get one of these and start working out now!

As always thanks for stopping by. Be well, be blessed and have a healthy row! Love, Mary

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