Scott's Fitness & RowBike Tips – Rowbike

Scott's Fitness & RowBike Tips

Life is a shipwreck February 21, 2016 17:34

Life is a shipwreck, but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats- Voltaire

V Sets September 19, 2014 10:22

What are V Sets? Lay on your back. Raise straight torso/arms and straight legs together. Touch feet and hands together. Do it again by opening up about half way and then touch hands and feet. Work up slowly to 6 sets of 10.

More ABS August 22, 2014 09:15 1 Comment

If RowBiking and short ab contractions in between power strokes is not enough for you, try doing 6 sets of 10 V-sets every day. If you have not done V-sets before, work up slowly. Start with just a few and work up to 10. When you get comfortable with 10, start on a second set. Have Fun.

ABS August 19, 2014 08:47

RowBiking is a great way to build ABS and work your core. A RowBiker asked recently how to get even more AB results. One of the best ways to accomplish your goal is to lean back at the end of your power stroke and do 5 or 10 short AB contractions - like a mini sit-up. Do this after a few power strokes and see how you feel. Work up over time until you feel you are getting the results you desire.

WELCOME August 19, 2014 08:20

Thanks for clicking into Scott's Fitness and RowBike tips. Scott Olson, inventor of RowBike and creator of Rollerblades is one of the most fit and healthy folks I have meet. He has a tremendous understanding of how the muscles of our bodies function and what it takes to get them to their optimal levels and keep them there. He should write a book, but until then, we will have Scott's Fitness and RowBike Tips - right here at RowBike.com . We will publish occasionally, so please stop back often. 

Scott's first tip - Row. Hockey Player Scott created Rollerblades because he wanted he and his friends to be able to stay in great hockey shape through the off-season. When he discovered rowing, he found the single most effective form of exercise with zero impact. SInce most folks do not have easy access to water, Scott began to think about creating a piece of fitness equipment which could be used outside, on land and mimic the rowing motion which uses nearly all of our muscles. Years, many prototypes and a fortune later, RowBike was born.