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Kettler Rowing Machines

It probably does not come as a surprise to anyone involved with personal fitness to find out that Kettler is one of the leading makers of rowing machines. The German based Kettler company has been a driving force for fitness equipment for almost 30 years, and they have built a very loyal following among exercise enthusiasts from all walks of life.

There are a number of reasons to choose a Kettler rowing machine over another brand. Many people simply want the reassurance that comes from a name as reputable as Kettler, while many others like the German engineered construction, or the sleek, powerful design. Other factors that have helped shaped people's decisions have been the smooth way the resistance mechanism works, or the integrated workout available for people from 4'10 to 6'6 and weighing up to 300 pounds.

There are a few models of Kettler rowing machine available on the market. Beginners may like the Kettler Kadett rower for its simplicity and ease of use, where more advanced users may prefer the Kettler Coach, and another one of the more popular Kettler rowers is the Kettler Favorit, with its integrated workout programs.

The Kettler Kadett rowing machine uses a traditional piston resistance mechanism that provides sure, smooth strokes every time. The onboard computer provides quite a bit of workout information including the number of strokes, strokes per minute, energy expended, and a running heart rate display for those who choose to use the included earlobe attachment. And the Kettler Kadett outrigger style rowing machine is specially designed to fold into a very small space for easy storage in even the most cramped of quarters.

The Kettler Coach rowing machine features a magnetic resistance flywheel for the resistance mechanism, with 10 easily set resistance levels to give even the most seasoned user a solid, invigorating workout. There are 16 muscle building exercises available with the Kettler Coach, to maximize the personal fitness results available for all users.

The Kettler Favorit uses two hydraulic cylinders to provide continuous resistance for each arm independently, more closely mimicking the way physics would behave if the person were actually rowing a small boat. The onboard computer features a number of workout programs, and displays sessions and biofeedback data to help the user get the most scientific results from a rigorous exercise routine.

A Kettler rowing machine is built with all of the meticulous attention to design that you would expect from a German company. The magnetic flywheel is specially engineered and patented, and built to last for many years of satisfying personal workouts.





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