The classic, rugged art of rowing ranks second only to swimming as a total-body workout — and rowing machines cost a whole lot less than swimming pools or beachfront property. They’re built to fit in your home, they don’t cost a penny to operate, and people of any age can hop on and use them without any training at all.
Rowing machines come in four basic categories, defined by resistance type: piston, magnetic, air, or water. All types offer the same workout benefits — more defined musculature, improved cardio health — but each has its own niche and its own devoted following.
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