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LifeSpan Rowing Machine Wins Award in Best Fitness Equipment Review
Date:11/25/2008

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- The LifeSpan rowing machine, made by PCE Health and Fitness (www.lifespanfitness.com) received the Seal of Excellence award in a review of best fitness equipment for 2008-09. In its annual review of fitness equipment, ShapeYou.com awarded the top rated LifeSpan Rowing Machine a Seal of Excellence in the best fitness equipment gear category. The rowing machine was reviewed by a team of fitness experts.

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In the fitness equipment award review, the LifeSpan rowing machine was highly rated for being smooth, quiet, comfortable and easy to use. The rower's sturdy, durable construction supports users up to 300 pounds. The Eddy Current Drive System, magnetic brake resistance and no-slack retrieval system offer users a quiet, smooth workout without friction. The LifeSpan RW1000 rowing machine includes simple to use features and meaningful readouts including distance, time, calories, stroke count and strokes per minute. Finally, for those with little space the rowing machine folds up to a compact size for easy storage.

The award for the LifeSpan rowing machine is a result of LifeSpan's commitment to delivering quality products to support consumers' health and fitness needs. "When we designed this rowing machine, our goal was to create an affordable rower that would give everyday users a quiet, smooth workout in their homes," says Peter Schenk, President of PCE Fitness. "To achieve this goal we incorporated two key features. The magnetic brake resistance gives users maintenance-free benefits while providing a realistic rowing feel found in higher-end competitive rowing machines. Combined with our patented no-slack retrieval system which eliminates the slack commonly found in rowing machines with Eddy Current Brake systems, these features result in a quiet, smooth workout," says Peter.

Rowing is an excellent form of exercise that provides a great cardiovascular workout while also toning and strengthening arms, legs, shoulders and back. Using a rowing machine you're able to get a total body workout in a short amount of time. The LifeSpan RW1000 rowing machine has been well-received by consumers, as noted by Mark Benson who recently purchased one. "I needed a decent cardiovascular workout that also works as many muscles as possible while not being too rough on my knees," says Mark. "It was well worth my investment!"

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