Glider/ rowing machine designed for small spaces; compact and portable Low-impact workout targets all major muscle groups for professional-quality results Folds for storage in closets or corners Durable aluminum center beam Ball-bearing roller system and adjustable hydraulic cylinder resistance arms Multi-function monitor tracks time, stroke count, and calories burned Comfortable padded, molded seat Durable steel and aluminum construction with silver finish Weight capacity: 250 lbs. Measures 58.25L x 42.5W x 18.125H inches Manufacturer's warranty included: see complete details in the Product Guarantee area About Stamina Products, Inc. Founded in 1987, Stamina is dedicated to building a stronger, healthier you. The company supplies high-quality products at excellent value to the fitness and leisure markets, showcasing hundreds of products around the world over the past two decades. Stamina is responsible for such brands as Body by Jake, Suzanne Somers, Tony Little, and more. Their mission is straightforward and admirable: Stamina strives to outperform the competition by maintaining effective communication, consistent quality, and superior service. They will continue to pursue perfection through the design excellence of these home fitness products. Tracks distance, calories, speed, strokes, and more. Efficient piston-driven hydraulic operation.
Do you have limited workout space but plenty of motivation? Turn to the Stamina Body Trac Glider rowing machine, which offers a compact footprint of only 23.5 inches wide by 46 inches long, but offers the same terrific workout performance as machines twice its size. The Body Trac Glider is outfitted with a tough steel frame and an aluminum center beam that's designed to withstand years of use. More significantly, the machine's ball-bearing roller system and adjustable cylinder resistance arms mimic the smooth motion of rowing on the water. And because rowing is widely recognized as one of the best all-around activities for cardiovascular fitness and strength, the Body Trac Glider makes an ideal workout accessory for anyone who wants to get in tip-top shape.
Rowing provides an efficient, effective, low-impact workout that utilizes all the major muscle groups, including the back, legs, arms, abdominals and buttocks. It is also one of the best exercises for building a strong back, as well as one of the most effective low-impact aerobic exercises for increasing your metabolism. As a result, you can efficiently burn calories and fat without impacting your joints. In addition, the rower includes a multifunction fitness monitor that tracks your workout time, stroke count, and calories burned during your workout, along with the total strokes you've accumulated since owing the machine. The monitor displays each data point for six seconds before rotating to the next.
Other features include gas shock resistance, a manual resistance control knob, a comfortable molded and padded seat, and a capacity of 250 pounds. The Body Trac Glider--which folds up for easy storage in a closet or corner--carries a one-year warranty on the frame and a 90-day warranty on parts.
- Home rowing machine with compact footprint--23.5 x 46 inches
- Adjustable gas-shock resistance
- Monitor shows time, stroke count, and calories burned
- Sturdy, steel frame construction
- Folds for easy storage
Frequently Asked Questions
I'm 5' 2" can I use this rower with my height?
Definitely. Short is not a problem at all. A very tall person could potentially run out of seat "track" length when fully extending their legs. Shoe size is more of an issue. When I put on my size 12 running shoes, the foot stabilizing setup works perfectly, but with a bit of creativity I would think smaller feet could be firmly anchored as well. I still love mine--used it yesterday.
How do you make feet stay on pedals: Has anyone with this problem solved it?
I don't know if you've found a solution for yourself or not, but maybe this will help someone else in this situation... If you strap your feet into the pedals while the pedals are horizontal and parallel to the floor (with your legs perpendicular to the pedals and knees directly above your feet while sitting with the seat rested near the digital readout) instead of with the pedals at their resting position (at an angle), it seems to work infinitely better. I did this last night and was able to make it through the workout without my feet coming out of the pedals. Seems to have something to do with the feet secured flatter and with the weight on the heel rather than looser and more weight on the ball of the foot.
How difficult is this machine to assemble?
This machine is quite simple to assemble. It comes with picture instructions and the simple tools required to put it together. My husband had no problems.
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