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Snapshot Of The Kettler LS Rowing Machine

By Heather Peters

The brand name Kettler has built up a strong positive image within my mind and I’m sure many others. The reason for this is simple, they have done a great job at giving people some of the best fitness equipment for they’re home whilst asking for a very low cost in return.

Karin Kettler has been running the company ever since it was handed down to her by her father in 2005. The company provides all kinds of exercise machines from treadmills to exercise bikes and even rowing machines that I’ll be discussing in more detail in just a minute.

The indoor rower that I’d like to tell you is the Kettler Coach LS and it is the next model up from the standard coach rowing machine which was released around 7 years ago. Of course with any new release there are many updates and improvements from the older version. For example, they’ve added a linear gliding system which is a first time for any of they’re rowing machines up to this point.

Due to this improvement nowadays there are dual gliders which makes the seat more stable and allows the user to get involved with the motion of rowing far easier.

There’s also an additional ten more resistance levels which provides you with all the levels and milestones you need to reach an extremely high fitness level.

For individuals who do not want to disturb members of the family or neighbours, the very silent (and wear-less) magnetic resistance is a good alternative to air resistance.

With the new readouts you now get a whole host of new data including room temperature which effects your recovery not to mention the standard heart beat monitors, calorie counts and more.

And now this is when it becomes the most unique rowing machine ever created…

It comes with the cushioned backboard that allows you sixteen exercises beside rowing. These include upper-body strength workouts to build up your shoulders, biceps, tricep, back and much more.

After reading this article you may feel like just running out and buying one right now, but I suggest that you also consider looking at other models too, to make sure that it really is the best indoor rower for you.

Come over to the concept2 rowing machines website.

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Peters, Heather "Snapshot Of The Kettler LS Rowing Machine." Snapshot Of The Kettler LS Rowing Machine. 6 Jul. 2010. 4 Sep 2014 <>.

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