November 19, 2018 at 07:37AM
Just like treadmill runners, bikers, and even boxers, rowers, too, can now WFH (work out from home). In August of this year, a company called True Rowing released a sleek domestic rower that powers consumers sweat sessions with live-streaming classes taught by the United States National Rowing team. And earlier this month, CityRow joined the virtual (river) race with CityRow Go—an on-demand streaming service that allows you to row with the boutique studio?s impressive roster of instructors at home or your local gym via the app.
Your very own CityRow Machine by WaterRower will cost you $1,395, plus $19 a month to subscribe to the streaming content (which is slightly more affordable than True Rowing?s offering). But if the actual machine doesn?t quite fit into your budget—or in your living room, for that matter—you can still take the app with you…
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