Stamina 15-9003 Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent / Rower

November 10, 2013 - Comment

The Stamina Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent Bike/Rower looks like a standard rower, with a molded, adjustable foam-padded seat and seat back, rotating rowing pedals, and an extruded aluminum rowing beam. However, the seat also doubles as a recumbent bike seat that supports your lower back while you ride, with foot straps holding your feet securely

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The Stamina Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent Bike/Rower looks like a standard rower, with a molded, adjustable foam-padded seat and seat back, rotating rowing pedals, and an extruded aluminum rowing beam. However, the seat also doubles as a recumbent bike seat that supports your lower back while you ride, with foot straps holding your feet securely in place as you pedal. And thats not all, as the Stamina Conversion II also offers options for working your upper body–including such exercises as bicep curls, tricep kickbacks, and forearm curls–along with a resistance cord that attaches under the seat for light leg presses.Rowing and cycling are widely considered two of the best all-around activities for cardiovascular fitness and strength, and now you can enjoy both workouts in a single device with the deluxe Conversion II recumbent bike/rower. Rowing is an efficient total body workout that uses all the major muscle groups, including the legs, arms, shoulders, abdominals, and buttocks. It’s also one of the best exercises for building a strong back, as well as one of the most effective low-impact aerobic exercises for people who want to increase their metabolisms and burn more calories without hurting their joints. Stationary cycling, meanwhile, is also a terrific low-impact cardiovascular exercise, with a routine that focuses on all the major muscles in your hips, thighs, and buttocks.

The Conversion II looks like a standard rower, with a molded, adjustable foam-padded seat and seat back, rotating rowing pedals, and an extruded aluminum rowing beam. However, the seat also doubles as a recumbent bike seat that supports your lower back while you ride, with foot straps holding your feet securely in place as you pedal. And that’s not all, as the Conversion II also offers options for working your upper body–including such exercises as bicep curls, tricep kickbacks, and forearm curls–along with a resistance cord that attaches under the seat for light leg presses.

Other details include eight levels of smooth, quiet magnetic resistance; a multifunction electronic monitor with a large LCD display that tracks speed, distance, time, calories burned, and pulse; sturdy steel construction; a hand-pulse sensor built into the grips to measure heartbeats per minute; a weight capacity of 250 pounds; wheels for easy transport; and a folding frame for quick, effortless storage. The Conversion II measures 74.5 by 25.5 by 10 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 105 pounds.

Key Features: Doubles as a recumbent bike and a rower Additional upper body strengthening exercises including bicep curls, triceps kickbacks, forearm curls and more Attach the resistance cord under the seat for light leg presses 8 levels of smooth, quiet magnetic resistance, deluxe housing Multi-function electronic monitor is built into the housing for a sleeker design with a larger LCD display for easier reading Electronic monitor keeps you motivated by tracking speed, distance, time, calories burned, and pulse Molded foam-padded seat and seatback Rotating rowing pedals Foot straps on all pedals hold feet securely in place Extruded aluminum rowing beam Sturdy steel construction Wheels for portability Folds for storage Hand pulse sensor built into grips to measure heart beats per minute

Product Features

  • Combination rowing machine and recumbent exercise bike for total body workouts
  • Top bar for performing upper body exercises, such as bicep curls and tricep kickbacks
  • Electronic monitor with large LCD display tracks speed, time, calories, distance, and more
  • 8 levels of smooth, quiet magnetic resistance; hand-pulse sensor built into grips
  • 250-pound weight capacity; measures 74.5 x 25.5 x 10 inches (W x H x D)

Comments

Tams says:

Fantastic Piece of Equipment This is a great piece of equipment. If you are wondering if quality is compromised as a result of the 2-for-1 deal, you’ll be very happy to know that it isn’t. This is a smooth and quiet piece of equipment. I am very impressed with it. It is of very nice quality.It took me about an hour to put together because I was being very attentive to the directions and taking my time. At first sight, the instructions are slightly confusing but it only takes a few minutes of looking over…

B. Oaks says:

Excellent Recumbent/Rower! I bought this because it was both a recumbent bike and a rower. I am very happy with this product because the quality is the best I have had with any fitness equipment I own. It is so quiet and sturdy and easy to use. I can go from bike to rower in seconds, making it easy to rotate every couple of miles if desired.The extra bonus is that you can use it for strength training by just pulling the resistant bar while standing. And a few other options are shown in the book that comes with…

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