Tunturi GO Row 30
The GO Row 30 rowing machine embodies Tunturi's long standing exertion of quality with an, easy to use design.
The GO Row 30 rowing machine embodies Tunturi's long standing exertion of quality with an, easy to use design. The 72cm seat rail is a retractable to save space when it's not in use. There are 8 levels of resistance that can be changed with a quick twist of a dial. It features a large LCD display that provides a clear readout of all your basic workout progression too. The rower can also be placed anywhere you wish as it only needs batteries to power it up. It can accommodate users upto 135Kg.
|Brake system||Manual ¹|
|Flywheel weight / rotating mass||8kg|
|Power supply||Batteries (2xAA type)|
|Length (cm-inch)||209 cm / 82.28 inch|
|Length Folded (cm-inch)||155 cm / 61.02 inch|
|Width ( cm-inch)||54 cm / 21.26 inch|
|Width Folded ( cm-inch)||54 cm / 21.26 inch|
|Height ( cm-inch)||80 cm / 31.50 inch|
|Height Folded ( cm-inch)||80 cm / 31.50 inch|
|Packaging ( LxBxH Gew. )||118.5x27.5x68 cm / 37.3kg|
|Maximum user weight||135 kg / 300 lbs|
|Telemetric HR receiver build in||√|
|Chest belt||Option 5,4 Khz|
|Program display||Monochrome LCD|
|Feedback display||Date/ time/ temperature|
|Display controls||Buttons & rotory dial|
|Quick start/ Manual||√|
|Time/ 500 min.||√|
|Strokes p. minute||√|
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.