i Air Rowers
Air rowers have a flywheel that
creates air resistance as you
pull against it, and typically
can be calibrated with a notch
on the side of the flywheel to
increase or decrease resistance.
The air resistance also goes
against the force being applied.
use a magnetic break system to
create resistance. These magnets
are incorporated into the
flywheel and adjust resistance
in calibration with your pull.
These calibrations are set, and
unlike air rowers, the magnetic-
style rower will not create a
greater resistance if you pull
faster and harder.
Hydraulic rowing machines
receive tension from the
amount of air or fluid that’s
compressed with a cylinder or
piston, and can be adjusted by
most models of indoor rowers.
They differ from other types of
rowing machines because the
rowing machine technique doesn't
allow you to pull in a straight
The Water Rower is an ideal
rowing machine for those who
participate in outdoor rowing.
The Water Rower’s unique
patented Water Flywheel has been
designed to emulate the dynamics
of a boat moving through water.
Just like rowing outdoors, the
Water Rowers flywheel receives
its resistance by overcoming the
effects of drag as water moves
past the tank. This indoor rower
is also virtually silent when in