Indoor rowing has even become a sport in its own right in recent years, which shows the popularity of this indoor activity and its effectiveness as an exercise activity.
Rowing is a fantastic form of cardiovascular exercise that can be an enjoyable alternative to running or cycling for fitness enthusiasts. It works many of the body’s muscle groups anaerobically, and is known for improving both overall strength and endurance. Rowing is unlike high impact exercises like running in that it will not cause damage to the knees through stress, though of course proper technique is essential to staying injury-free. It is known as a high calorie-burning exercise, making it a popular activity with amateur fitness enthusiasts and experienced rowers alike.