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Rowing is an endurance exercise and requires your arms, legs, and core to work together to create a smooth, repeating motion. Proper rowing technique and finding a sustainable rhythm are key to getting the most out of your rower.
Hold the handle with your thumbs pointing down, keeping your arms at shoulder width.
Start in the catch position with your knees bent, back straight, and torso angled forward comfortably
Use your legs to drive the first part of the stroke. Keep your arms straight and swing your torso back slightly at the end of the drive. Do not overextend your knees.
After swinging your torso back, finish your stroke by bringing the handle up to your lower ribs.
Recover by straightening your arms, tipping your upper body forward, and then using your legs to return to the catch position.
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