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Have you ever tried indoor water rowing?
Our state of the art water rowers will provide you with a total body, low impact workout unequaled by any other sport. Unlike most activities, rowing incorporates the use of your legs, core and upper body.
Enter indoor rowing. Sometimes referred to as the “erg,” indoor rowing on the ergometer or rowing machine has long been used by crew teams trying to stay fit in the winter. Rowing studios are popping up across the country as a new form of aerobic exercise that is low impact and gets your heart pumping. “First and foremost, it’s a total body experience,” says James Erickson, trainer at Iron & Oar and former University of Minnesota rower. “You use around 85 percent of your muscles while on a rowing machine. It also takes a lot of stress off one’s mind because you don’t have to worry so much about targeting a specific area of the body. Now that’s total body: mental and physical.”
Join us for a body sculpting water rowering class to include work on the mat and water rower. We will jam out to upbeat "trap music" to keep us motivated during this intese class.
Bring your towel, we bring the water and fun!
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