HCI Fitness

The HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine is a piston rowing machine made solely out of metal. The ergonomically designed seat of the HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine provides you with optimal comfort while you get a great workout. The rollers of the HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine are smooth for your comfort and the foot paddeles are extra large so you can have a natural motion while you row. The HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine has two separate hydraulic cylinders that allow you to adjust the force resistance from 1 to 12. The ergonomic seat also has smooth running rollers mounted onto the rail of the HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine. This at home rowing unit provides straps for the footplates so you’re supported and able to pivot slightly to conform to a natural rowing motion.

The HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine is able to not only give you an extreme cardiovascular workout, but will also give work your legs and arms since each rowing stroke is composed of 65%-75% leg work and 25%-35% arm work. The digital display monitor on the HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine offers feedback of total calories burned, time, total strokes, and stroke count as you work out. There are also several built-in workout programs on the HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine monitor that can be based on either calories burned or amount of strokes you wish to achieve in your workout routine. The HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine can support anyone up to 275 pounds and when the unit is not in use, it folds for convenient storage in a closet, corner, or even under the bed.

Many people who submitted reviews for the HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine were extremely happy with this unit. Many claimed that set up and assembly was extremely quick and easy. Once assembled, one reviewer claimed that he couldn’t wait to start rowing because the unit looked so stable. Reviewers claimed the resistance and motion was easy and the seat glides smoothly. However, some reviewers claimed that even at the resistance of level one, the machine was still difficult for those to use who were not extremely athletic. Reviewers claimed changing the resistance levels was a slightly tiring and long process and made them lost motivation for working out. However, other reviewers claimed that they simply kept the resistance at one level until they were ready to workout again rather than trying to change the resistance level in the middle of a workout. The majority of reviewers for the HCI Fitness Sprint Outrigger Scull Rowing Machine were very satisfied with this at home rowing unit and claimed that it had held sturdy and has lasted several years for many of the reviewers.

HCI Fitness Sprint Specs

High-quality piston rowing machine made completely of metal
Hydraulic force resistance; two hydraulic cylinders set resistance on a scale of 1 to 12
Comfortable ergonomic seat with smooth running rollers mounted on rails
Large footplates pivot slightly to support your natural motion as you row
Electronic display shows time, stroke count, total strokes, and calories
Includes built-in workout programs based on both calories and strokes
Folds easily to fit under a bed or in the closet
Measures 55 by 68 by 15 inches (L x W x H)
Maximum Weight Capacity: 275 pounds

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