Horizon Oxford IV Rower

The Horizon Oxford IV rower has a comfort seat on aluminium guide rail and displays feedback of count, time, pulse, distance, calories, strokes/min and heart rate.


Months Hire & Cost:

  • 6 months or more: £50 per mth (£14pw)
  • 4 month hires: £54 per mth (£13.50pw)
  • 3 month hires: £56 per mth (£13pw)
  • 2 month hires: £58 per mth (£12.50pw)
  • 1 month hires: £60 per mth (£12pw)


Availability: In stock

£56.00
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Specifications
Maximum User Weight 159 kg / 350 lbs
Dimensions Folded (L x W x H cm): 110 x 50 x 163
Dimensions Open (L x W x H cm): 250 x 50 x 66
Display Feedback Count, Time, Pulse, Distance, Calories, Strokes/min, Heart Rate (Polar Reciever) - Polar transmitter (Heart Rate chest strap) is an optional extra
Folds For Storage Yes
Heart Rate Measurement Yes
Power Method Battery
Product Weight in KG 35
Resistance Air
Seat Comfort seat on aluminium guide rail
Description

The Horizon Oxford IV rower has a comfort seat on aluminium guide rail and displays feedback of count, time, pulse, distance, calories, strokes/min and heart rate.


Months Hire & Cost:

  • 6 months or more: £50 per mth (£14pw)
  • 4 month hires: £54 per mth (£13.50pw)
  • 3 month hires: £56 per mth (£13pw)
  • 2 month hires: £58 per mth (£12.50pw)
  • 1 month hires: £60 per mth (£12pw)


Exercise Tips

Rowing machines or 'rowers' are designed to simulate the action of rowing a boat, and they're one of the best fat-burning and body-building workouts you can have. Best of all, you do it sitting down - so rowing machine exercise doesn't put stress on your hip, knee, and ankle joints.

Firm up flabby areas
Rowing on a rowing machine is a tough workout. The constant stretching and pulling is great for firming up your stomach and backside as well as toning your limbs. You may not lose weight, but your body shape will change for the better.

Build up strength
A vigorous row can be a huge strength-booster. Rowing hard at high resistance will increase muscle and shoulder size, making you broader and more muscular.

Maintain supple limbs
When using a rowing machine you row in long, sweeping movements, which is great for maintaining flexibility. Make sure you warm up and warm down properly, though, and don't over-extend yourself when rowing - this can lead to 'hyperextension', or muscle strains.

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