Aviron Rower Review (and why I’m obsessed with it)

Sharing a full review of the Aviron rower and why I love having this as a part of my home gym!

Hi friends! How are you? I hope the day is treating you well! I’d love to hear what you’ve been into for workouts lately. Two things I’ve really been into: Pilates and rowing.

For today’s post, I wanted to share a review of the Aviron rower since I’ve had the chance to use it and enjoy it as part of my home office gym for a few weeks. Aviron generously gifted me this rower and I LOVE it so much! It had been on my radar for quite a while. If you decide to purchase one, you can use my tracking link here!

Aviron Rower Review (and why I’m obsessed with it)

I received the Aviron a couple of weeks ago, and while I thought the set-up would take a while, the Pilot and I put it together within 30 minutes.

You can check out a time lapse of our assembly process here!

I’ve been wanting a rower for our home gym foreverrrrrrr, and this rower is everything I could wish for: it’s sleek, well-constructed, and has a screen that you can use to stream apps (like Disney+, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon) as well as compete with others and play games. It’s perfect for the days where I want to blast some rowing intervals, get in an awesome cardio workout, or simply take a movement or brain break in the middle of the work day.

Here are some of the pros and cons!

Pros:

Full-body workout:

Rowing engages multiple muscle groups, including your arms, shoulders, back, core, and legs, giving you a comprehensive and efficient workout. Many cardio modes rely heavily on legs (with a secondary core emphasis). Rowing works EVERYTHING and it’s so refreshing to do cardio that also helps to challenge and strengthen the upper body muscles.

Low-impact exercise:

Unlike high-impact activities like running, rowing is gentle on your joints while still providing an intense cardiovascular workout. It reduces the risk of injury and can be suitable for people of all fitness levels.

Increased cardiovascular fitness:

Rowing is a fantastic way to improve your cardiovascular endurance. Regular rowing sessions can strengthen your heart and lungs, leading to better overall cardiovascular health. Rowing is also one of my favorite strategies for intervals. I’ll play a Tabata song on Spotify and go for it!

Muscle strength and toning:

The resistance provided by the Aviron Rower helps build and tone muscles throughout your body. It targets your arms, shoulders, back, and legs, and can help you achieve a lean and sculpted physique.

Weight loss and calorie burning:

Rowing is a calorie-torching exercise. It can help you burn a significant amount of calories, supporting weight loss efforts and contributing to a healthy body composition.

Improved posture and core stability:

The rowing motion strengthens your back and core muscles, which can improve posture and increased stability. It can alleviate back pain caused by poor posture and sedentary lifestyles. (Heads up that if you have back pain or injuries, talk to your doctor before rowing.)

Mental and emotional well-being:

Rowing is not just about physical benefits; it can help reduce stress, boost mood, and increase overall feelings of well-being.

Interactive and motivating:

The Aviron Rower’s interactive display and online community provide motivation and engagement. You can track your progress, compete with friends, and take part in virtual races, making your workouts more enjoyable and inspiring

Convenient home workout option:

With the Aviron Rower, you have the convenience of a full-body workout right in your own home. No more gym commutes or waiting for equipment. You can row whenever it suits you, making it easier to stay consistent with your fitness routine.

**Remember, always consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise program, especially if you have pre-existing health conditions or concerns.**

Cons:

Price:

The Aviron Rower can be a significant investment compared to other home exercise equipment. The upfront cost may be prohibitive for some individuals or families on a tight budget.

Space requirements:

Rowing machines, including the Aviron Rower, can take up a fair amount of space. If you have limited room in your home or apartment, you’ll need to consider whether you have enough dedicated space to accommodate the machine.

Learning curve:

If you’re new to rowing, it may take some time to learn and master the proper rowing technique. Although the Aviron Rower provides tutorial videos and guidance, there may still be a learning curve involved in achieving optimal form and maximizing the benefits of your workouts.

Maintenance and upkeep:

Like any fitness equipment, the Aviron Rower may require occasional maintenance, such as lubrication or cleaning. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and properly maintain the machine to ensure its longevity and optimal performance.

Here’s a video so you can see how easy it is to set up and work out!

Is the Aviron rower worth it??

10000% yes. I love this rower and have enjoyed having it as part of my routine. It’s a great way to switch things if you’re feeling bored, and I love the ability to stream while I work out. This will definitely be my BFF for the new Bridgerton season.

If you’d like to get one of your own – it will transform your home gym in the best way – you can use my link here. 

So, tell me, friends: are you a fan of rowing? What’s your latest favorite cardio method?

xoxo

Gina

PS. Yes this means I’ll be posting some row and strength workouts for ya!

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