Sunny Health & Fitness Full Motion Cardio Rowing Machine Exercise
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Fitness at its best can only be accomplished by the best equipment. The high weight capacity SF-RW5639 Full Motion Rowing Machine by Sunny Health and Fitness will help accomplish your fitness goals. The full motion movement of the arms will burn more calories, increase strength by activating more muscles in the back, shoulders, and core. The rower allows you to work both arms simultaneously with equal resistance. Increase or decrease the workout intensity with a simple turn of the resistance knob. The integrated LCD digital monitor will track your stroke count, time, calories, and total count. The digital monitor is also equipped with a countdown feature for time, calories, and stroke. This feature is great to add more workout variations to increase the challenge of your workouts. The SF-RW5639 Full Motion Rowing Machine is equipped with a large fully padded seat, nonslip handlebar, and large anti-slip foot pedals with adjustable straps. The rower has a weight capacity of 350 lbs. Keep driving forward with the SF-RW5639 Full Motion Rowing Machine by Sunny Health and Fitness.
- Extended weight capacity of 350 lbs.
- 12 levels of adjustable resistance.
- Full motion arms allow for a larger range of motions for the shoulders.
- Fully padded seat and non-slip grip handlebars provide optimal comfort and support.
- Large anti-slip foot pedals with adjustable foot straps ensure secure footing.
- LCD digital displays scan, time, count, calorie, and total count.
I did a slow 10 minutes when I was done because I need to go back and tighten up screws, I didn't tighten them completely but enough to get it going !
The motion is good, feels like getting a good range of upper body, which I need. I havent changed resistance yet.... looks like its on 5?
Not sure how my knees will like this though. So far they are ok. I did feel slippery on the foot pedal, I also need to tighten the straps better...so that's on me.
The digital count had accurate time, I used my phone also to compare .. I'm not sure of the calories though. Can't really tell what I burned maybe 25 in my 10 min? That seems low, but I may be confuing the counts.... it's low impact which I need right now. I just need to get moving ...and I think I can keep up with this... it felt easy and I watched a show, while doing it. It's basic. But I need basic right now.
Those 10 minutes were the most excercise I did all year....so something is better than nothing. I'm ok with 20 minutes at a time, which is the recommendation. That's a couple hours a week, if done daily. I'm ambitious, i can do it. I need to lose weight and start healthy habits.
Here's to a start ! I say try it, if your hesitant. I reviewed a million things and decided on this plus it can hold my weight 😌. I may try a bike next.
Will update in as I go....
So, let's move on to how well it works. Y'all, I spent about 20 minutes on this thing.... I am in love! It engaged just about every muscle I have, was comfortable, and it feels so good! I haven't had it for more than a few hours, but 10/10 would recommend.
I am almost 5'7 at 145lbs. Looking to build my stamina and tone up, maybe lose about 10 lbs. I'm a massage therapist, so I am physical at work and LAZY at home. I wanted something EASY to use and very cheap, in case I didn't use it!!
Product came in time, as prime promised. Super easy to assemble, just follow the directions. Super easy to use as well! Read the manual, it states no more than 20 mins at a time since it heats up (I only got to 5 mins the first time) 12 levels of resistance which I was at 5 and it was more of a workout than expected.
I would say this machine is very basic, no thrills, but so worth it for an amateur. If you already row or workout regularly, this may not be enough for you. Counter is simple, not fancy. Size is great, easy to fit in a corner when not used, but it doesn't fold up. Needs at least 2 feet around while using.
I gave 5 stars, though this may not be a fit for everyone. I am very pleased with the product. If I have an issues I will add an update!
It was a bit late for delivery. But still very happy with it.
I’m post stroke, it sits very very low. That’s my only issue. I really like the motion of moving arms or just back in forth & the big strap foot pads.
Sunny Health is great!
I bought 3 equipment mat’s & Row-n-Ride Pro Squat Trainer. Overall Very Satisfied!
It doesn’t work like the ones with flywheel as due to slack the resistance kicks in when your legs are almost straight hence Legs-Back-Arms technique is just Back-Arms.
Buy only if you are a beginner in weight loss and. Any buy a expensive one. It’s not useful for advanced weight training or cardio guys.
The instructions are to most simplest I've ever followed in my life, the screws are all in a vaccum seal attached to a cardboard back. They are clearly labelled and the manual is step by step with clear detailed instructions. I cut the screws out with a stanley knife and I used a highlighter and as i did each step i highlighted it. Me and my 10 year old son had it built in the time it took my partner to have a quick shower.
I got this one specifically because I'm 19 stone and it is made to accommodate a heavier weight. It slides a little on the floor but not too much to be annoying or make it impossible to use. I would 100% buy this again and it was worth the 2 month wait. Thank you, I love it!!
1 person assembly (me)
Total time: 1 hour 10 min (from opening box to finishing assembly:). And this includes a break to go and find my yoga mat to place under the unit for wood floor protection, once I got finally retrieved the main part of the unit out of the box. See breakdown below:
15 Minutes: cutting all the tape off each part, and unwrapping
20 Minutes: assembling the front "base" and the back "base" (then I turned it over, as I realized I had it bottom side up)
35 Minutes: assembling the pedals, timer unit, two arms, and "placing" the seat onto the machine. This took me at least 5 minutes to figure out, as the instructions just said "insert" the seat onto the unit. What it really meant was "fit the seat onto the unit, and it will slide back and forth, requires no assembly or screws."
I predict that 2 people could set this up in 15-20 minutes.
Literally, there are only 8 pieces to assemble, and this includes the timer unit, which just slides into a groove and plugs in.
I got on the machine and tried it out right away (of course!!) and it works REALLY WELL! I was initially disappointed, as it seemed too easy , so I figured I'll just have to do dozens of reps to get a workout or tone up. THEN, I read the instructions (fully) and realized that the main "base arm" (I'll call it) that is angled underneath actually has a rotating cup (like a dial) that includes 12 SETTINGS FOR RESISTANCE! So, I turned it from 1 to 4, and the #4 setting was much more difficult. I dared not try any harder settings as it's been way too long since I've used a rowing machine (about 1.5 yrs).
It's definitely more of a workout than kayaking.
This unit is so basic, which is why I love it so much. For the price, it's definitely worth it, too. And no bells and whistles means "less can go wrong." I'm more into body weight resistance these days, vs. spending hundreds or $1000+ on machines that include apps (what happens when your internet is wonky??) and bells and whistles.
I own a watch that includes a "paddling" measuring tool, so I wasn't that concerned with the digital unit. It requires 2 AAA batteries, which you see from the pic are included -- a $5 savings right there!
I include pics of the instructions for those who are curious before purchasing. Enjoy!
I've known that the rowing motion/exercise can be cardio and a great range of motion without being traumatic on the joints. I've been told that I need knee replacements but at my age I'm not going under the knife. Too many of my friends have died after having surgery. ("The smart man learns from his mistakes but the wise man learns from the mistakes of others") So, my plan is to keep moving without causing any more damage to my joints also just an FYI: and this is in my case, I do not go for the full leg extension in the rowing motion as it can irritate damaged knees further! I concentrate on upper body, and range of motion.
So, in closing, I would recommend this rower and I hope it will last for awhile? It would be nice to hear from folks that have had this machine for awhile and if there are any problems?
I am 56 yrs old and 5ft 1”. I’ve lost 4 stone through weight loss surgery and still a long way to go but due to a tear in my cartilage when doing the Couch25k I was scared of knee impact so needed an alternative and I’m definitely not a gym person. A rowing machine seemed a good alternative and after some research I chose this.
Machine is brilliant and even after 20 minutes I could feel my tummy area. I put the tension on 4 out of 12. The rowing action can just be straight back and fore or the “oars” move on a pivot like a sculling action which, if you keep your elbows high, I’m sure will tone the back of the arms which I wanted. Instructions recommend exercising in periods of 20 mins to allow hydraulics to cool down and it was “warm” when I finished. As I’m so short I couldn’t use full extent of the bar but I still got a good work out and will easily suit a person with longer legs. I intend to exercise for 20 mins every day and can see me increasing the tension. I’m wondering if a person a lot more powerful in the arms and legs would find it isn’t challenging enough and the hydraulics may overheat sooner (although have not tried level 12) but it’s a good strong piece of equipment and perfect for me.
I would definitely recommend this rowing machine and the price was extremely reasonable.
I have a ruptured disc, cervical spondylosis, radiculopathy and mild myelopathy. The reason for choosing this particular style, is so i am in control. I can choose whether i do just legs, arms or use as a whole whilst not having to get right down on the floor. With the problems i have it's important to try and keep the strength you have for as long as you have as it will deteriorate over time no matter what and whilst i will never be able to get to number 12 on resistance or even probably 6 , it is a smashing piece of easy to use equipment. Very recommended. Thank you very Much.