Home Gym Equipment for Bikini Season: The WaterRower

If you're not already toned for a whole new season on the beach, there's no time to lose in buffing up. Rather than hitting the club, there is one piece of home gym equipment that will give you a total body aerobic workout - the WaterRower.
April 5, 2012 - PRLog -- Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA – It's that time of year when Southern Californians everywhere are starting to think about the beach. Many of them, however, are also thinking about what they're going to look like this year in a bikini or swim trunks. For these Californians, Specialty Fitness (SpecialtyFitness.com), seller of workout equipment and used gym equipment, is now offering the perfect workout solution: the WaterRower.

The WaterRower Provides a Perfect, Full-Body Exercise

The WaterRower lines of home gym equipment provide machines that work every part of the body. Developed by the Yale University and US National Team Rower, John Duke, the WaterRower machines engage 84% of the body's muscle mass. It is rare to find any fitness equipment that utilizes this much of the human body.

In other words, the WaterRower is truly a full-body workout machine. Used properly, it can burn as many as 1,000 calories per hour – an extraordinary leap for fitness buffs who are used to exercise bikes or elliptical machines that burn less than half that amount in an hour.

Not the Average Rower

Regular rowing machines allow users to set a certain level of resistance, then rowing commences. The WaterRower is different. This machine uses the natural force of water to self-regulate the level of resistance. As the user rows faster, the water resistance increases. In this way, there is far less danger of the user setting a resistance level that will lead to injury or overworking the muscles.

The most popular piece of home gym equipment in this line of rowers is the WaterRower Natural. Made from a lovely, natural Ash wood, each machine is hand-finished with several layers of Danish Oil. The finished product is a warm, natural-looking wooden exercise machine.

Some users might question the use of wood, given that nearly all exercise equipment on the market today is made from different types of metals. Wood, however, is the perfect material for a rowing machine due to its ability to absorb both sound and vibration. The WaterRower Natural's wood frame enhances the machine's smoothness of use.

About Specialty Fitness

Specialty Fitness has the largest showroom in Southern California when it comes to commercial and residential fitness equipment. Providing high-quality products along with installation, repair and maintenance services for the Los Angeles area, Specialty Fitness is a top-notch reseller of the best workout equipment on the market today.

For more information about the WaterRower and other fitness equipment perfect for bikini season, visit SpecialtyFitness.com.

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For those just getting started on getting into shape, the guidance found at Specialty Fitness is unsurpassed. The staff's goal is always to match a customer with the home gym equipment that will help them meet their goals with faster results. They know that success is always the motivation everyone needs to succeed at shaping up and trimming down.

They assist both trainers and health enthusiasts as they progress from entry level to life fitness performance. As needs and goals change, Specialty Fitness accepts trade-ins on used equipment and great prices on the fitness equipment that will provide the means to meet the new goals. They service all types of workout equipment, offer free consultations and custom home gym and commercial gym design.

Learn more about getting in shape faster and more easily at www.SpecialtyFitness.com.
Source:Lee Cruz
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