Water rowers are constructed with a wooden or metal frame, which houses a water tank that provides resistance. The resistance level can be adjusted by adding or removing water from the tank. The rowing mechanism consists of a sliding seat, footrests, and a handle attached to a chain or cable, which is connected to a flywheel inside the water tank. As the user pulls the handle, the flywheel spins, creating resistance from the water in the tank.
These machines offer a low-impact, high-intensity workout that engages the entire body. Rowing is an excellent form of cardiovascular exercise that improves endurance, strength, and stamina. It works the muscles in the legs, back, core, and arms, making it a full-body workout.