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Total Gym is excited to announce that a study sponsored by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) on the ELEVATE Row (previously called Row Trainer) has recently been completed. The study was conducted on the following subject:
The Acute and Chronic Physiological Responses to Exercise with the ELEVATE Row in Young and Middle-aged Adults.
At the forefront of functional training resistance for over 40 years, the concept of gravity-based incline training is familiar to Total Gym. The unique concept for indoor rowing on an adjustable incline that also allows for exercise variations is a different way to train and it’s revolutionizing the health club industry.
“We are very pleased with the results of the ACE-sponsored study,” said Total Gym CEO Jesse Campanaro. “Most importantly — they were able to confirm something we knew all along — that rowing on an incline satisfies both aerobic and resistance-training at the same time. This is a key finding for us that sets us apart from all other indoor rowers on the market.”
According to the Science & Research team at ACE, the key points and major findings related to the study include the following:
Since this study was conducted, Total Gym engineers have created the ELEVATE Row ADJ, (adjustable), in addition to the original two-level rower. The adjustable version has seven levels of resistance, offering users a much wider range of intensity levels. In a sleek matte black finish, both the ELEVATE Row ADJ and ELEVATE Row help enhance core stability while strengthening major muscle groups. Their versatility makes them ideal as part of circuit, small-group training, and as part of group rowing HIIT Training.
About Total Gym
Total Gym is the world’s leading privately-held manufacturer of functional and bodyweight training equipment. Total Gym products are used in physical therapy clinics, athletic training facilities, hospitals, universities, professional sports teams and health clubs, inspiring over 24 million workouts per year worldwide. For more information, visit www.totalgym.com or call 858-764-0034.