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  • Interactive Personal Training at Home powered by iFit; Enjoy a full-access iFit trial membership that gives you access to personalized trainer-led global and studio workout experiences in the comfort of home
  • Adjustable Console Angle; Connect with your favorite iFit trainers on your own tablet or smartphone, securing your device with an integrated tablet holder
  • Silent Flywheel; Powered by SMR Silent Magnetic Resistance, the RW200 offers quiet, smooth exercise in the comfort of your home
  • SpaceSaver Design; An innovative SpaceSaver design allows your rower to fold vertically for compact storage when not in use
  • Designed for Comfort; A soft ergonomic handle and pivoting pedals with cushion and adjustable foot straps help the RW200 rower offer a comfortable, personalized ride
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exilepa asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 11:59 AM
08-02-2021 at 11:59 AM
I find it is not great for my back after about 12-15 minutes on a C2. Haven't had surgery, but have some disc desiccation and a couple small osteophytes. After a few months with rowing added in, I switched back to only free weights to work full body/the posterior chain and just keep the rep count down.
08-02-2021 at 11:59 AM
Definitely ask your orthopedics doctor, not just strangers on the internet, before pushing it!
hogger asked this question on 08-02-2021 at 11:59 AM
08-02-2021 at 11:59 AM
concept 2 is incomparable. however if you cannot afford a concept 2, these are your best bet.

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How does this compare to concept2?
A bunch of concept2 rowers is on a secondary market in the $600-$700 range with the ridiculous mileages. I've just got mine with 4 miles on it.
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Take it from a competitive rower of 20 years, get the Concept 2. Nothing else compares, lasts as long, or is as proven.
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Just gonna echo what most have already said, save your money and go with the industry standard, tried and true Concept 2 RowERG!
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How low impact in general are rowing machines for someone has had lower back surgery and looking for something low impact?
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Avoid. While a good deal they make garbage. Had their top end Eliptical that died inside of three months. They apparently got tired of sending the repair man and sent another entire Eliptical. It was very evident it was redesigned with much thinner metal and was physically smaller despite being the same model. Shocker, right outside of warranty it died as well. I'll never buy another product of their. There are only two rowers you could consider, Conecpt2 or Waterrower. I bought a City Row branded waterpower but you can buy a plain Jane directily from them for as low as $900. It's wood and plastic, nothing to break. Take care of it and it will last decades. No magnetic resistance crap to break on you. Also can check Facebook or Craigs list for used ones in your area.
Did you hear about Hydrow?
This machine is the apple of rowers. Its the peloton of Rower too. Check the website,its costly but totally worth the built and durability.
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Do not buy. Bought one earlier this year for $690 and the wife and I were very unhappy. It worked out our fore arms way more the gym/concept 2 ones. Ended up selling it and buy a used Concept 2 for $800, night and day difference in quality too. My advice is to buy a used Concept 2.
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Looking on the concept2 website, their rower seems to be $900. If it's really that much better, then why not pay the extra 300 to get it?
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It is a good rowerand while some of them may be defective initially you will eventually get the parts and service to set them up properly. This offer is really not a great price because it's a base model without a tablet and it is also no longer a current model. If you want the budget model go with pro-form which is essentially the same thing with a different logo
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Looking on the concept2 website, their rower seems to be $900. If it's really that much better, then why not pay the extra 300 to get it?
Exactly. I got on the wait list early on in the pandemic and got mine a few months later. 900 bucks and it is an awesome machine.
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A bunch of concept2 rowers is on a secondary market in the $600-$700 range with the ridiculous mileages. I've just got mine with 4 miles on it.
Yeah! I previously had a gym membership just to row on the C2 (and do a bit of bouldering) - have been monitoring prices since everything shut down and they're definitely starting to come down. I finally bought one in April for $700 with about 40km and just saw another for the same here in Southern California. They were like $1100 most of the pandemic.
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No go outside and deal with nature. This is unnatural and will build muscle in areas you don't want.
??? A full body pulling motion is about as natural as it gets, but you're right, who wants strong legs and posterior chain
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I watched quite some videos on youtube, and most of them used concept 2. Friends around also recommended concept 2. So if money is not an issue, concept 2 seems the way to go. Used c2 can sell for a good price so overall it's a good choice.

I bought one in the end and it is really good.
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Just fyi, local Costco have the Proform Sport RL rower back in stock for $399. That rower caused a stir last year with the price and was snapped up promptly. There are a couple (2) stacked up on the shelve. Yes, the Costco Proform rower includes 1 year iFit membership.

I think the Proform and this NordicTrak are made by the same manufacturer in China.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tl-Jgr5dyhM

This guys review turned me off the Costco Proform.
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Bear in mind for the actual people that use these types of equipment and are giving advice about things like this, remember that 90% of us will either use these types of equipment very little or never after the initial phase. LOL
I have a neighbor that moved in 9 months ago, he's had a brand new Hydrow in the box in the garage for the same amount of time. I'd gladly help him move it and set it up so I can at least check it out and see if I like it.
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Noob question: if this is $125, should I buy it?
https://www.amazon.com/Marcy-Fold...46&sr=8-27
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