Lifespan's RW1000 Rowing Machine provides a cardiovascular workout to tone and strengthen your arms, legs, shoulders, and back. Whether you want to exercise to lose weight or manage a condition such as heart disease or diabetes, the LifeSpan rowing machine can help you achieve your goal. For senior fitness, a rowing machine is an excellent way to maintain strength, cardiovascular fitness and overall good health. It is equally adept at providing a fun and challenging workout for young and middle-aged adults. The LifeSpan RW1000 rowing machine offers extremely smooth and quiet operation. Its sturdy, durable construction supports users up to 300 pounds. The LifeSpan rowing machine includes easy-to-use features and a variety of intuitive readout. It also folds up for quick, efficient storage when not in use. Easy-to-use console readouts include:Distance Time Calories Stroke count Strokes per minute Quiet and Comfortable The Eddy Current Drive System gives you a smooth, quiet workout with no friction. Padded hand grips and swivel foot pedals with straps on the add to your overall comfort. About LifeSpan Fitness The LifeSpan team is genuinely interested in enhancing your health and wellness, and our innovative fitness solutions support our commitment to healthy living. Our goal is to help you get the maximum benefit and enjoyment from your physical activity by providing superior quality products with the features you want and the service you deserve — all for a great value. In addition to manufacturing award-winning fitness equipment, we actively participate in health and fitness initiatives beneficial to you and your community. Our Director of Medical Programs works with national health and wellness organizations to implement medically appropriate fitness solutions, such as the Interactive Health Partner online system. Our success is a direct result of our personal approach with our retailers and customers.
Get a complete non-impact, full-body workout with the LifeSpan Fitness RW1000 rowing machine, featuring an eddy current smooth and quiet drive system and a 16.5-pound flywheel with magnetic brake resistance. It also offers manual adjustment with five levels of resistance for a varied workout and a no-slack retrieval system that ensures the rowing strap is never loose.
The rower's exercise computer displays distance, time, stroke count, strokes per minute, and calories burned read-outs. Other features include a comfortable padded seat, swivel foot rests with straps, and padded hand grips. Supporting up to 300 pounds, the RW1000 offers a 87- by 19- by 23-inch footprint while its folded dimensions measure 34 by 19 by 64 inches (L x W x H).
- Eddy current smooth and quiet drive system
- Magnetic brake resistance
- 16.5-pound flywheel
- Fold for easy storage
- No-slack retrieval system
- Five levels of resistance
- Maximum user weight: 300 pounds
- Folded dimensions: 34 by 19 by 64 inches (L x W x H)
- Unfolded dimensions: 87 by 19 by 23 inches (L x W x H)
About LifeSpan Fitness
The RW1000 measures 34 by 19 by 64 inches (L x W x H) when folded.
Readouts include distance, time, calories, stroke count, and strokes per minute.
Since it was founded in 1994 in Park City, Utah, PCE Health and Fitness (PCE) has established a reputation of innovation, quality products, and community responsibility. In 2001, the company introduced the LifeSpan line of fitness equipment targeting the value-conscious consumer. This award-winning line of exercise equipment is now sold by fitness retailers across the United States, Mexico, and Canada. Since its introduction, the line has grown to include both a high value Home series line and a Pro series line targeting the high-end home user and institutional customer.
Awards and recognition include a Gold Medal Excellence Award by the Industrial Design Society of America, Treadmill Doctor's "Best New Treadmill of the Year", and multiple Best Buy awards, "Recommended Buys" from Consumer Guide, and many others.
Community responsibility and the promotion of active living and exercise are core to LifeSpan's company beliefs and culture. They are proud sponsors of the International Council on Active Aging and members of the Medical Fitness Association. The company also donates equipment to local high schools and provides funding to the American Diabetes Association and various non-profit organizations.