Water rowing machine deal: Save $300 on this Xterra Fitness rower from Walmart

Save $300 on this water tank rowing machine deal right now at Walmart. Get fit and strong at home

Walmart Xterra rowing machine deal
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Rowing machines are fantastic home exercise machines. Combining both an intense cardiovascular workout and resistance training toning muscles in your core, back, arms and legs, the best rowing machines are top of the heap when it comes to home exercise solutions.

Looking into getting one? There are three main kinds of rowing machines for you to peruse. The first is a fan-based model, which uses air to provide resistance as you pull on the handles. The second is magnetic resistance, which uses magnets (obviously) to create a backwards drag on the cable.

Finally, the last is water resistance, which uses a tank of actual water to simulate rowing on an actual body of water. Normally, these are the most expensive of the bunch due to the resistance increasing the harder you pull, just like rowing for real. However, the XTERRA Fitness ERG600W model is $300 off at Walmart. Check out the deal below:

XTERRA Fitness ERG600W Water Rowing Machine | was $799.999 | now $499 at Walmart
Save $300 on this water rower. The propellers create active resistance the harder you pull, while the ergonomic construction ensures you're always in comfort. Each water tank is pressured tested for long lasting performance, while the fold up frame design takes up less space when not in use.View Deal

Why get this water rowing machine deal?

The device has six resistance levels, determined by the amount of water in the tank. The sizeable 5.5" LCD screen is adjustable for both height and angle. It shows all your important information including total time, calories, distance, strokes, Race Against Computer and more.  

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Matt Evans
Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.