Only a few forms of exercise offer all over body, fat-burning and cardiovascular benefits with low stress on the joints. Indoor rowing is also one of very few forms of cardio that also builds muscle, giving you a strong physique.
Whether you want to improve your general health or improve your performance in a sport, indoor rowing can give you the boost you need.
Sign up now. Prices start from £18.50 per month.
Or if you are after really improving your times then select our performance package. This targets those competitive individuals who are after squeezing every second out of their bodies! Taking this option also gives you full access to our standard plan.
Suitable for all ages and abilities, our plan offers pre planned workouts, pace guidance and coaching input in a mutually supportive group environment.
According to the feedback we’ve gained this set up reinforces structure, accountability, variance, and consistency in training whilst also helping participants build confidence and stay motivated.
To date, the progress individuals have made has been astounding. The package we’ve developed has been enough to sustain a level of interest and commitment to training at a level we could not have imagined when the initial pilot took place.
The Plan itself has been developed to support those who wish to row in pursuit of general health and fitness goals as well as those who have an interest in performance enhancement and competition. We have devised a ‘one size fits all’ formula which consistently delivers results regardless of your current fitness level.
If you are wondering how rowing can help you reach and exceed your fitness goal then here’s a rundown of some of its main benefits:
If you are ready to take your fitness up a gear then our indoor rowing programme can help you achieve your fitness goals, no matter your age or current abilities. Prices start from just £18.50 a month
I have always kept myself fit, strong and healthy, and rowing has been a part of my overall training programme.
Sam Blythe, founder of Fitness Matters, former captain of Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club, and British, English, and Welsh Indoor Rowing Champion 2015.
If you’re interested in rowing and want inspiration and motivation then join our indoor rowing hub. You’ll find advice and support from other enthusiasts, as well as a Workout of the Week, prize giveaways and other activities to help you keep motivated to row.