Stamina 15-9003 Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent / Rower Review

If you want more than just a regular rowing machine, then perhaps you might want to check out the Stamina 15-9003 Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent / Rower. As its name states, it is a combination of a rowing machine and a recumbent exercise bike. Therefore, it will be able to target more muscle groups than your traditional rowing machine or recumbent exercise bike. It has a top bar that allows you to perform upper body exercises, such as tricep kickbacks and bicep curls. This 2-in-1 machine also comes with its own electronic monitor (just like with many other home gym equipment that you can purchase). The display is large enough, and it will show you relevant information pertaining to your current workout. These information include speed, calories burned, distance, and time.

Stamina 15-9003 Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent / Rower Review

The Stamina 15-9003 Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent / Rower Makes You Target More Muscle Groups During Workout Sessions

The Stamina 15-9003 Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent / Rower has 8 built-in levels of smooth, quiet magnetic resistance, as well as a pair of hand-pulse sensors that are located on the grips. The total weight that this machine can handle is 250-pounds, and it comes in with dimensions of 74.5 x 25.5 x 10-inches for its width, height, and depth.

With this particular exercise machine, it combines two separate units into one functional package. Even though rowing and cycling are considered to be different forms of exercises, the Stamina 15-9003 Deluxe Conversion II seamlessly lets users experience both.

When looking at it at a design standpoint, it will look just like any other rowing machine on the market. It has a molded, adjustable foam-padded seat and seat back (in which the latter is a nice little touch for added comfort). Other features include rotating rowing pedals, as well as an extruded aluminum rowing beam that looks and feels durable.

The Stamina 15-9003 Deluxe Conversion II Recumbent / Rower presents a smooth motion that almost feels natural, if not very natural, and this is about using it is a rowing machine and a recumbent bike. However, it doesn’t mean that this particular machine is perfect, as it has its own sets of caveats, albeit they are not actual deal-breakers. For one, the foot rests do not hold your feet securely enough. Even though your feet are large enough, they have the tendency to slip out of the foot rests, even more when you’re rigorously doing your workout regimen.


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