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Stamina DT Pro Rowing Machine - Black

Item# 210-79778691-AF | Model# 79778691 | Added on June 22, 2020 |
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Stamina DT Pro Rowing Machine - Black
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A SERIOUS WORKOUT: Building a sculpted body is easy with the Stamina DT Plus Rowing Machine 1409. This feature-rich rowing machine is designed to help you reach all of your fitness goals, including toned muscle, an improved metabolism and better heart health. Air resistance on the DT Plus is intuitive and easy-to-use. If you desire greater resistance, simply increase the intensity of your rowing stroke. Or, if you want less, ease off. You can further customize the baseline resistance level on the large LCD monitor. Program your own routine or follow along with pre-set workouts on the LCD monitor, including target intensity, target heart rate, target intervals and custom intervals. The monitor also tracks time, watts, strokes per minute, count, distance, calories and heart rate*. Take your workout to a new level and follow along with two free, expert guided online video workouts included with purchase. Streams to your smartphone, smart TV, laptop or PC. In the Beginner Rowing Workout, trainer Macy Mitchell demonstrates how to stretch out and achieve total body strength. The Intermediate Interval Rowing Workout ramps up the difficulty with a burst of short, high-intensity intervals designed to help you burn calories and tone muscle. *The DT Plus is compatible with any 5 kHz heart rate transmitter. COMFORT ABOUND: The Stamina DT Plus Rowing Machine is engineered to offer maximum comfort, so you can focus more on getting results and less on distractions. The molded, padded seat ... read more
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