Commercial Pin Loaded Rowing Machine
Commercial Rowing machines have a long history that goes back all the way to the 19th century. Be that as it may, it was not until all the way into the 60s when we were given some great inventions into their designs that have led to the rowing machines we know now and love nowadays, particularly the fixed flywheel brake system that has made stationary resistance influenced aerobic activities possible. Ever since then, a wide variety of rowing equipment classes have made their way into the aerobic exercise machine market, with both the water and air resistance-based variants also becoming a new popular attraction to the gym machine scene. They have been said to be more efficient than the most classes of treadmills, elliptical trainers, and exercise bicycles, as it enables you to use all of the muscle groups in aerobic movement all at once, and more smoothly compared to the motion of other workout equipment.
The additional benefit that the pin-loaded rowing machine variants give over their other competitors in the market, is that you can manually control the difficulty level of each and every rowing exercise, even adjusting it in between repetitions. This allows it to be used for a scaling workout routine that gets harder as you do, and also enables it to be utilized for new and experienced users alike. It’s a great example of the one size fits all principle being applied into the field of gym machines, and is an economically good choice for commercial gyms.