Kettler Coach M Folding Rowing Machine
The Kettler Coach M Rower 7974-100 gives you a quality workout at a great value! Take control of your workout - bring a Kettler Coach rowing machine home.
With its non-wearing balanced Magnetic-Brake System™ and center pull oar, the new Coach M rower provides a total body workout. Not only does the Coach M supply a complete exercise program but it still gives the rower the most realistic and accurate interpretation of actual rowing on the water. The included Polar™ wireless transmitter measures a heart rate with EKG precision. Besides rowing, the Coach M offers an additional 16 muscle building exercises. And when done working out the Coach M easily stores in an upright position reducing its footprint thus giving you more room to move about.
- High resolution LCD digital display provides: Time,Energy Consumed, Strokes, Pulse Rate, and Frequency. Includes a recovery feature which provides a cardio wellness grading indexed 1 to 6 to track improvement as well as a scan feature
- Magnetic Brake System provide infinitely variable resistance which can be manually adjusted with indexed settings from 1 to 10 providing a wide and challenging range
- Thick, padded seat with sealed ball bearings glides fluently along the chrome plated steel rails
- Biomechanically correct footplates offer a natural pivoting action providing a full longitudinal rowing motion
- Includes a Polar® T34 chest strap heart rate monitor which senses heart rate and wirelessly transmits the data to the computer
- Transport castors are built-in to make moving simple and easy
The Kettler Coach M Folding rowing machine makes your workout the challenge, not going to the gym. Bring a Kettler Coach rower home and take control.
The Kettler Coach M rowing machine was specially developed for athletes who demand the very best in rowing exercise. Besides rowing, its special fittings allows a varied program of training with different exercises.
- Balanced Magnetic-Brake System™ guarantees infinitely variable resistance, indexed 1-10
- Wireless Polar® T34 heart rate transmitter included
- Biomechanically designed foot plates offer a natural, pivoting action and a full longitudinal rowing motion range
- Sturdy powder coated KETTLER® designed frame and transport castors with top grade ball bearings in the extra padded seat’s rollers provide a silky smooth glide along the main chrome plated steel rails
- Quick Attach™ backboard and front footplate provide an additional 16 exercises
- LCD Training computer displays time, oar strokes, current cadence, cumulative distance over a training session, heart rate and kilojoules, a precise measurement of energy consumption (4.2 kJ = 1 kcal)
- Settings include time, upper pulse limit, kilojoules and a visual and/or acoustical cadence signal
- Recovery pulse rate feature and scan function, rotates various readings at 6 second intervals
- Easily stores in an upright position giving it the smallest footprint of any indoor rower on the market.
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This product is extremely heavy and it is shipped by large freight trucks.... lift gate service, inside delivery and/or set-up is not included. Extra charges apply for lift gate service, inside delivery and/or set-up. For assistance send us an email.
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