Are you finding yourself in a fitness lull? When was the last time you mixed it up with a ROWga class or grabbed the heavier sandbell? Never, you say? Well, that explains a lot. Changing up your routine can be just as important as sticking to it, especially when it comes to getting the results you want.
Since joining row I have achieved significant results most notably dropping three sizes in my wardrobe but also building immense strength and better sleeping habits
Sometimes we get lazy and use the same weight for all the movements in a workout. ALL BODY PARTS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL!
Staying active/fit has always been an important part of my life – it has always driven me crazy if I don’t sweat a good five days a week! But as I was approaching 50 I was getting bored. I had tried many workouts with friends (various classes and personal trainers) – but I always thought I worked out best by myself.
“Coffee is a beautiful thing. I love it and more times than not, you can see me around the studio with my mug in hand. That being said, I know when to drink it and when not to… and you should too.” - Coach Brian
Rowing indoors in a group setting gives you that exhilarating feeling of rowing in sync to the hum of the erg - plus you don’t have to worry about rain or snow!
Clint and I did P90X over and over for about 3 years, but I had started to get so bored and even dreaded putting in the videos to work out. Since the motivation was gone, I had gained some unwanted pounds and definitely lost muscle mass over the last few years. I knew I needed a different exercise regimen.
I was looking to add more cardio into my workout. I am not a fan of running, so I was having trouble figuring out how to do that in a way that motivated me. I tried ROW and loved it.
When I first started attending I was very nervous. I was used to going to the gym and working out by myself (organized sweating - not so much). When my good friend Denise said that she attended a class and liked it, I knew I had to try it.