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York Bike Rower

All Over Workout

By WLR Staff, Sarah Massey

WLR’s Sarah Massey takes a look at the York 2 in 1 Bike Rower and how it gives an all over workout combining two of the most popular exercise machines in one neat package.

Cycling is great for toning your lower body.  With 8 levels of magnetic resistance you’ll really feel the burn in your thighs and buttock area.  By using an upright bike you will be using your core muscles to support your body and strengthen your abs at the same time.

A brilliant whole body workout can be achieved by changing the bike into a rower in 5 easy steps.  Rowing works not only your legs but your arms and shoulders too for complete muscle toning.

This space-saving piece of exercise equipment makes varying your exercise routine so simple, and the multifunctional computer makes it easy to track your progress. 

The Bike Rower also has a fully adjustable seat and hand pulse sensors which measure your heart rate to let you know how hard you are working.

For more information why not take a look at what other home exercise equipment Diet and Fitness Resources has to offer.

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