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RowZone seamlessly melds strength training, cardio, and flexibility into a 45-minute group workout built around an indoor rowing machine. Founder and trainer Ian Andracchio pioneered RowZone's singularly structured sessions to offer an alternative to increasingly realistic and expletive-laden boot camps. Experienced instructors helm each session, leading a team of rowers through alternating sets of free-weight curls, crunches, and the torso- and arm-enhancing motion of the row. Unlike right-handed lumberjack tossing or balancing kettle bells on your forehead, the workout works out an extensive coterie of contiguous muscles, with the average rower thought to burn between 600 and 800 calories per session. RowZone tightens collective musculature with a regimen offered throughout the week, so students can easily schedule their five perspiration sessions around nightly Parcheesi seminars.
RowZone produces the kind of healthy mind and body that usually only comes after hours of doing crunches in the middle of a self-help seminar. The nature of the labor at RowZone facilitates easy camaraderie, so decide on your The Breakfast Club archetype before buying today's Groupon to RowZone.
Trainer Ian Andracchio developed RowZone's unique blend of rowing exercises and full-body toning techniques to help students of all ages and abilities stave off the boredom and plateaus of other fitness regimens. During RZ Core workouts, instructors provide helpful pointers and encouragement to students as they shape up with body-toning ergometers.
Each structured session presents a total-body workout that incorporates rowing, resistance training, and fitness techniques that solidify cores and improve flexibility. Students learn proper rowing technique so that they can explode during the drive, stretch out during the reach, tighten the core during the finish, and flip through an issue of National Geographic during the recovery. Additionally, free-weight curls, crunches, lunges, and other rowing exercises work to provide an effective strength-endurance workout.