Canada's first water-rowing studio opens in Calgary

Dec 19 2017, 3:23 am

Ever wanted to take to the water – without getting wet? You’re in luck!

Canada’s first and largest dedicated water-rowing studio, Row 17, has opened in Calgary, offering the renowned group fitness program, Indo-Row.

The specialty rowing classes feature WaterFlyWheel rowing machines, that use water to mimic a boat gliding down a river, while creating a soothing wave-like sound.

As with rowing on water, resistance increases as your speed and intensity increase; you choose your own pace and enjoy the power of water – without getting wet.

Studio owners say classes work out 84% of overall muscle mass with little to no impact and suit every age and fitness level.

Row 17 water-rowing studio

Where: Row 17 – 919 17 Avenue SW, Hanson Square, Calgary

When: Classes are being offered seven days a week

For more information, visit row17.com.

DH Calgary StaffDH Calgary Staff

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