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Sainsbury's Rowing Machine was £159.99 now £39.99

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
This rowing machine is the perfect piece of equipment to build your fitness and tone your entire body. Rowing is considered an ideal form of exercise because all muscle groups from the legs and abs to back, arms and chest are utilised.

Comes with a 1 year guarantee.
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Silver/black; silver coating
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100 kg
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banned#1
Good price, shame about the only review thou
#2
I imagine the reviewer purchased this at full price. At this price of £40, its a bargain.. Nice one OP! Heat Added!
#3
Not the best piece. My OH got it at the reduced price and returned it - this was in January also so I would think the reviewer also got it at the reduced price
#4
I have had one similar to this and frankly it wasn't worth it, as the friction belt could be tightened but it was not easy to get a decent workout, also the foot rests were too far away and the bump stop meant you couldn't extend enough.
Poorly designed
#5
yeah, good price very bad reviews.
#6
19 reviews at Argos http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/9000355.htm

Seems like the same machine.
#7
Well if you're only going to have one bit of CV excercise kit then then it should be a rowing machine.

On the other hand, there's not much you can't achieve CV wise with a good set of weights, a bench and a well thought out set of excercises anyway.
#8
recently i have had to sell my push bike due to knee problem, So i don't get fat i want to buy some exercise equipment do you guys have any suggestions (i don't want to spend a fortune!)
#9
i've never seen a fat vegan ^


might not want to admit it but it is true.
#10
@federlax
Well to be honest i would suggest that rather than buying your own exercise equipment, spend the money on a gym membership.

I'm a rower and I hav to say there's only one rowing machine that is worth getting (a concept 2) and there's a reason why it costs £1000+! The same goes for other excercise equipment, you can't really cut corners with cheap equipment, so get a gym membership and mix up your exercise with several cardio exercises (rowing, cycling ect) and some weights
#11
hopefully a decent deal...i.e it works ok! got mine on order!
#12
bingowings85
i've never seen a fat vegan ^


might not want to admit it but it is true.



That's because they use so much energy walking about trying to find something they can eat :whistling:
#13
looks a little low to hang my clothes on, I think i'll get a bike.
#14
Billy Congo
looks a little low to hang my clothes on, I think i'll get a bike.


:thumbsup: lol
#15
Billy Congo
looks a little low to hang my clothes on, I think i'll get a bike.


Yeah, but perfect for sliding under the bed or in a cupboard, which is where 99% of this type of home exercise equipment ends up after a very short while. I guess this is so hot because it allows anyone who buys one to feel good on the cheap about themselves or at least their healthy intentions!
#16
federalex
recently i have had to sell my push bike due to knee problem, So i don't get fat i want to buy some exercise equipment do you guys have any suggestions (i don't want to spend a fortune!)


I'd suggest a standard, basic exercise bike with a heart rate watch going to a max of 130bpm and min of 110bpm.

I'd suggest a TKT (targetted keto diet) if you wish to lose fat and get nice and lean or just a basic healthy balanced diet with plenty of fresh meats, whole grained rice and the like and plenty of veg and a little fruit.

easy.
#17
I'm a rower and I hav to say there's only one rowing machine that is worth getting (a concept 2) and there's a reason why it costs £1000+! The same goes for other excercise equipment, you can't really cut corners with cheap equipment, so get a gym membership and mix up your exercise with several cardio exercises (rowing, cycling ect) and some weights


Incorrect. A concept 2 rower is for professionals and enthusiasts. You are biased because you are a rower, and I imagine most people reading this thread just want to get in healthier shape, which doesn't mean spending almost a grand on something they don't need. It's simply not true that the Concept 2 rower is the only rower on the market that is worth anything. There is no need for a home user to buy a Concept 2. A Kettler Coach LS is around £450 for example. If you do some research and have a look about at online sports stores you can find plenty of decent rowers, The Beny 808 at £199 is ok for casual or moderate users. There is no reason to visit a gym, not that it's a bad thing. Many people sign up to the gym and are roped in to contracts and end up shelling out cash for something they don't need. There are plenty of exercise routines that can be done at home. P90x for example is a hard core routine which can be done at home. You don't need to pay for anything though. Plenty of exercise advice on google and videos on youtube. There's modern variations of the Canadian airforce exercises. There is so much you can do at home and you don't need a lot of equipment.
#18
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="6"]cv = cardiovascular. dont try and use weights for cv exercise. Simply put the trainers you probably own a lot of on, and go for a run. costs you nothing, doesnt need any memberships and is the best thing you can do for weight loss/maintenance.

Adding a bit of upper body muscle will help keep your matabolism high and keep fat off also. If you have a good space/walls a cheap chin up bar is excellent for chin ups/pullups and hanging leg raises. Add some crunches and push ups and there you are. £10 spent !![/SIZE][/FONT]
#19
Stelph
@federlax
Well to be honest i would suggest that rather than buying your own exercise equipment, spend the money on a gym membership.

I'm a rower and I hav to say there's only one rowing machine that is worth getting (a concept 2) and there's a reason why it costs £1000+! The same goes for other excercise equipment, you can't really cut corners with cheap equipment, so get a gym membership and mix up your exercise with several cardio exercises (rowing, cycling ect) and some weights


£40/month gym membership or £40 rower? Hmmm... how about neither?! Go outside and go for a run?
#20
Excellent find! This deal has been featured over at Bitterwallet's deals of the day! Many thanks.

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#21
federalex
recently i have had to sell my push bike due to knee problem, So i don't get fat i want to buy some exercise equipment do you guys have any suggestions (i don't want to spend a fortune!)


you want something low impact - how about swimming :thumbsup:
#22
jayjay266
£40/month gym membership or £40 rower? Hmmm... how about neither?! Go outside and go for a run?


Unless you have a good pair of trainers (and I don't mean £20-30 from your local shop) you are going to do plenty of damage to your knee's jogging/running on concrete. Ever wondered why running tracks are rubber topped?
#23
kramer2088
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="6"]cv = cardiovascular....[/SIZE][/FONT]


sorry i couldn't make out your message, any chance you could choose a larger font?

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