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Rowing machine belt


If there is a number printed on the belt you can search for the same number here: www.beltpalace.com/fitnessbelts.html

You may have to include the rib count if the belt has many small grooves. For a 6 rib belt, the part would look like "470J 6" or "6 PJ1070".

May 24, 2014 | Fitness Quest Integrity 3000 Air Rower

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Where can i find a seat for avanti is400 rowing machine?


From Avanti, eg. Workoutworld; they own/operate the Avanti fitness retail brand. Workout World Australia or Workout World US

Apr 08, 2012 | Life Fitness Exercise & Fitness

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Rowing machine foot plate sensor


thankyou but i managed to phone a sports shop and order my part...many thanks.....****

Sep 15, 2009 | Exercise & Fitness

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My integrity air 3000 has a elastic like cord attached to the underside to the chain. The elastic cord is now unraveling. Where would I get it repaired? I live in Columbia, Missouri. Thanks, Patti O.


Call Fitness Qwest at 800 321-9236 for the part. They will need the serial number of the machine (on the back stand underneath. All of the parts are easy to replace. It is an easy machine to work on.

Jul 05, 2009 | Fitness Quest Integrity 3000 Air Rower

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Is there a noticeable difference in performance between hydraulic, air and magnetic rowing machines?


yeah there is usually the the size and price and how realistic the rowing action is, but they all work the same areas and burn lots of caories, its just depends how realistic a row you want, how much money you have to buy one and how big your workout space is to put the thing

Dec 01, 2008 | Kettler Rowing Machine Kadett Rowing...

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What are the benefits of a Rowing Machine?


One of the major benefits of the rowing machine is that it assists in strengthening the torso, the upper body where most of our main muscles are located. In addition to, legs is constantly work out although in the lifestyle of today, the area around the upper body is used more than the legs. The use of resistance to workout the area around the upper body significantly contributes to improving the core strength of the chest, shoulders and forearms. With improved strength, it gives rise to an upper body strength that is more stable and solid to carry out our day-to-day tasks easily. The legs are firmly workout as well although not as much as the upper body but you will be able to notice the difference when you work out consistently. One of the better benefits of a rowing machine is that of calories burning but few use it mainly for that purpose as other fitness equipments such as the Nordic Track, stationery bike and treadmills can do so effectively. In addition to, the rowing machine can help to improve lean muscle mass and given that lean muscle mass burn off more calories for a given size, the body will utilize more calories to nourish the muscle. As a result, rowing machine effectively increases metabolism so as to feed the lean muscle with the requisite calories. Very few people know that rowing machine help to reduce the stress level and anxiety through the frequent use of it. Exercising makes a person less depress and edgy and it is one of the most beneficial and least appreciated of all the rowing machine benefits. Keeping our mental faculties alert and well is as important if not more than physical aspect of our health. To derive all the benefits mentioned, we need to effectively make the most out of the rowing machine. The information that we gather here will be very relevant to utilize the most from the rowing machine. Fully understanding the machine itself and its functions can contribute to us getting a complete and beneficial workout. Rowing machine mimic the actual rowing experience of a boat for the sole function of aerobic and strength training workout as well as for those training for rowing. The machine has been in existence for more than a century but only in recent years that it gains in popularity. The market for rowing consists of a few types of resistance and they are the air resistance, piston resistance, water resistance and magnetic resistance. All are equally effective and none can claim to be better than the others. Each has their own admirer and the types of resistance you choose will hinge on the relevance of your exercise as well as the state of your fitness level. To derive the most out of the rowing machine, you need to know the different types of resistance levels and the air resistance will increase in resistance as you increase your pace. The piston resistance is the most popular as it is so small and compact that allows the machine to be foldable and move around as well as easy storage. Water resistance comes close to the actual rowing experience and the workout is as intense and the magnetic resistance makes use of electromagnets which make it very smooth and quiet in operation. With lesser noise, similar to air resistance, it provides a great workout without disturbing other. Besides understanding resistance levels to fully utilize the rowing machine, the other extras are as important. The computerized digital display that provide all the functions of the rowing machine such as calories burned, distance covered, time and speed to better gauge our training. All these may come at an additional price but all is worth it. Rowing machine remains one of the best fitness equipments out there and with regular workout, the results are there to see.

Dec 01, 2008 | Kettler Rowing Machine Kadett Rowing...

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