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128 pages

Rowing News

2004

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598 pages

Marketing principles and best practices

Creator: K. Douglas Hoffman | Business & Economics - 2005

So they turned Pete's old bicycle upside down, nailed it to the floor, added a handle and seat that would slide, and prestothey had the first indoor rowing machine. Twenty years later, the Concept2 Indoor Rower is still sold directly ...

Publisher: Thomson South-Western

About this book
Fifteen chapters by scholars from around the country address issues relating to the marketing environment, market analysis, product strategy, distribution strategy, and the integration of marketing communications with pricing strategy. Within the chapters, contributors identify best practices.



52 pages

Rowing News

2002-02-22

Indoor rowing has penetrated the psyche of the fitness culture and Concept2's machine has become the vehicle, ... "It didn't matter who you were, where your were or what part of the country you were from, you could compare your times ...


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The Black Concept 2 Model D PM3 Rower was introduced by Rogue Fitness at the CrossFit Games regionals in 2012 and is now available for purchase.


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  • Concept2

    Concept2 Model D Indoor Rowing Machine with PM3 (Black)

    Sports (Concept2)
    List Price: $850.00

    14-Inch (35.6 cm) seat height, nickel-plated chain and PM3 monitor.
    Indoor rowing machine with sliding seat for complete total body workouts. Flywheel design minimizes noise while maximizing a smooth feel.
    Adjustable footrests accommodate a wide range of shoe sizes. Ergonomic handle for natural position.
    Separates easily into two pieces for storage with a quick-release frame lock. Caster wheels make it mobile.
    Requires footprint of 9 x 4 feet; 500-pound capacity; 5-year frame warranty.


  • Lifecore Fitness

    Lifecore R100 Commercial Rowing Machine

    Sports (Lifecore Fitness)

    Rating (31 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Lifecore Fitness

    Solid unit, great workout

    Overall an excellent unit that I feel is worth its steep price. I've owned a couple rowers and a skier for years and after 3 weeks this is now my cardio workout device of choice. It's quiet, comfortable and the computer controlled workout options are nice. At first I thought things like "whitewater" rowing were a bit goofy but the variable resistance programs make a real difference. The fan does make a bit of noise but far less than my skier and I can easily watch TV over the top of the resistance unit.The stats and options in the computer unit are top notch. The only gripe I have here is at full extension it sometimes loses the signal of my heart monitor (new Polar unit) - I'm 6' 3" - I tested the Polar watch and it, too, tends to lose the signal at that range so I suppose it's to be expected. I just wear the watch on my wrist to keep track of my actual heart rate (which is normally pretty close on the rower computer anyway) and use the computer stats for tracking... 5/5 Jeff Lindborg (Seattle, WA United States) - See all my reviews, February 22, 2007

    I'm very satisfied with my R100

    0 5/5 D. Mengle (Central PA) - See all my reviews, November 3, 2006

    Great Machine

    I tried every rower I could find before buying one, and the Lifecore R100 is by far the best of the bunch. I only gave it 4 stars because there are little things that I think can and need to be improved, such as the screen tends to lower itself gradually when working out, to the point where you need to let go of the handle bar and raise it, yea I am sure it just needs to be tightened up, but on a brand new machine, one should not have to do anything. I also think they could have made a longer, and beefier cord to plug this thing in, the little short cord is just not long enough.The thing glides smooth, rows nice, and is a good rower. It goes together very easy, took me maybe 5 min to put together. I also spoke to the owner of Lifecore when researching these things, and the guy really knows a lot about rowing machines, and you can tell that he spent a lot of time refining this machine, and he cares about his product. Bottom line, good product, and this is defiantly on... 4/5 SpeedRacer (Austin, Texas) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Lifecore R100 Commercial Rowing Machine (Sports) I tried every rower I could find before buying one, and the Lifecore R100 is by far the best of the bunch. I only gave it 4 stars because there are little things that I think can and need to be improved, such as the screen tends to lower itself gradually when working out, to the point where you need to let go of the handle bar and raise it, yea I am sure it just needs to be tightened up, but on a brand new machine, one should not have to do anything. I also think they could have made a longer, and beefier cord to plug this thing in, the little short cord is just not long enough.The thing glides smooth, rows nice, and is a good rower. It goes together very easy, took me maybe 5 min to put together. I also spoke to the owner of Lifecore when researching these things, and the guy really knows a lot about rowing machines, and you can tell that he spent a lot of time refining this machine, and he cares about his product. Bottom line, good product, and this is defiantly on... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 1, 2007
    List Price: $1,299.00
    Ergonomically designed seat and handles; angled footrests with pivoting heel supports
    Commercial-grade, folding rowing machine with 16 levels of magnetic resistance
    15 preset programs and 4 heart rate control programs compatible with Polar HRM products
    Warranty: 5 years parts/1 year labor for residential; 2 years parts/1 year labor for light commercial; 1 year parts for full commercial
    Measures 92 x 19 x 36 inches unfolded; 600-pound weight capacity