With the LifeSpan Fitness RW1000 rowing machine you’ll enjoy a complete non-impact, full-body workout. The machine features a smooth, quiet “eddy current” drive system and a 16.5 pound flywheel gives solid magnetic brake resistance.
The LifeSpan Fitness RW1000 Rowing Machine has 5 levels of resistance for a varied workout and manual adjustment with a retrieval system that ensures the rowing strap is always taut.
The easy to read monitor gives distance, time, stroke count, and tells you how many calories you’ve burned, amongst other useful data. It has an ergonomically designed well- padded seat for comfort and swivel foot rests with durable straps.
The LifeSpan accommodates up to 300 pounds. It measures 87” x 19” x 23” open and folds down to only 34” x 19” x 64”.
LifeSpan is part of the PCE Health and Fitness group and is based in Park city Utah. They are building a reputation as a designer and supplier of innovative, high-quality health and fitness machines.
The Lifespan line of fitness equipment was introduced in 2001 and is aimed at those looking to purchase high-quality machines that cost less than comparable equipment produced by other companies.
PCE won the Gold Medal Excellence Award by the Industrial Design Society of America and other accolades. They are also members of the Medical Fitness Association and sponsors of the International Council on Active Aging. They regularly donate fitness equipment to schools and support the American Diabetes Association.
LifeSpan Fitness RW1000 Rowing Machine Features
- Smooth and quiet drive system
- 16.5-pound flywheel with magnetic break resistance
- Folds up for easy storage
- Five levels of resistance plus a manual adjustment system for varied workouts
- Maximum capacity of 300 pounds
LifeSpan Fitness RW1000 Rowing Machine User Review
My doctor said I should exercise regularly – I needed a good cardio workout but something that would not put pressure on my poor old knees! He suggested a rowing machine and I spent a lot of time researching all the different brands and types there are for sale. I knew I needed different levels of resistance to keep my body on its toes so to speak and I was also limited by the amount of money I could afford.
I’ve had my LifeSpan Fitness RW1000 Rowing Machine for a few months now and I’m very pleased with it. The five levels of resistance keep my body working towards getting fitter and healthier.
The only complaint I had was it was leaving black marks on my vinyl floor so I now put an old rug underneath the rower when I use it.
Rowing offers a low-impact full body workout including cardio, and the LifeSpan Fitness RW1000 Rowing Machine is a well designed and constructed machine that will last for many years.