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Whether you already row or are considering rowing as a way to keep in shape, cross train for another sport, or compete on the water, the Concept2 Model E indoor rowing machine is a terrific choice. Rowing offers several benefits over other exercises: it exercises your entire body, including the arms, legs, chest, back, and abs; its low-impact rhythm is easy on the knees and ankles; it burns a ton of calories because it uses so many muscle groups; and it relieves stress. Great for CrossFit Workouts!

 

***** This item is Reconditioned Only

 

  • Length 8'
  • Width 24"
  • Seat Height 20"
  • Weight of Machine 65 lbs.
  • Space Recommended for Use 9' x 4'
  • Stored Dimensions 27" x 47" x 54.5"H
  • Maximum User Weight 500 lbs.
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