The Muscles That The Rower Trains

The rowing machine, better known as a rowing machine, is a home fitness tool that simulates the gesture that the rower performs in a boat or canoe.

 It stimulates and trains the whole body, in fact, experts claim that it is able to train about 80% of the muscles in our body.

 On the market you can find many types of rowing machines, the main ones, as well as the most sold, are those with single piston or double piston.

 Professional rowers, on the other hand, are wheel braked: water, air or electromagnetism.

This type of rowing machine consists of an axis where the trolley slides and a fan on which the chain is connected, which must be pulled through the handlebar, also called oar.

 The movement of the athlete is carried out by activating strength in the arms, back and legs.

 Returning to the piston rowing machine, it must be said that this uses two levers that simulate the oars, which are used in boats.


Types of rowing machine

Holding these oars, the user performs the typical rowing movement.

 The pistons therefore resist, being inserted on the connected levers or under the rail.

 These are the most popular and cheapest models for home fitness.

 This tool is famous and very popular, as it is capable of training many “critical” areas of our body, often subject to fat accumulation, such as the thighs, buttocks, abdominals, arms, pectorals, back and shoulders .

 It is important to train correctly, maintaining an effective posture throughout the course of training to avoid creating problems.

 Both arms and legs, when training with a rowing machine, must be used with the same frequency.

Whether you want to tone your body, or simply lose a few pounds, the rowing machine is the most effective tool among the many available on the market.

 What many people do not know, in fact, is that it is the only tool suitable for working simultaneously on multiple areas of our body, training both the lower and upper body areas together.

 In particular, now we will see which muscles are most subject to training with the rower.


The affected muscles

The back is the one most “under stress”, for this reason it is necessary to maintain a correct posture and not to unbalance the spine.

 At the end of the workout we should feel more relaxed and no longer sore.

 In case you feel pain, it means that we are not training properly and you need to correct what is wrong.

 The shoulder blades are also affected by this training and their opening / closing stimulates strengthening and improves circulation.

 Finally, we have the muscles of the arms and legs, which are used to build strength and row effectively.

 They must be used simultaneously, without unbalancing either of them.

They improve our cardio-vascular resistance, strengthen the tissues and give our body greater well-being.

 The training is therefore complete only if performed correctly and consistently.

 The muscles involved make this tool suitable for everyone, from the beginner to the professional, from the athlete who wants to prepare a competition to those who want to maintain a certain physical state.

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