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  • Dynamic | Concept2
    Power Generation for PM Takes two D cell batteries During your workout the monitor draws power from the spinning flywheel to extend battery life Maximum User Weight 500 lb 227 kg Support Legs Welded steel Monitor Arm Aluminum Pivots for storage and to adjust monitor height Monitor angle can also be adjusted Finish Powder coat Color Scheme Light grey with dark blue grey accents Storage Must be stored in its fully assembled state Space Requirements Assembled 6 3 ft x 2 ft 193 cm x 61 cm With Clearance for Use 7 5 ft x 4 ft 229 cm x 122 cm For Storage 6 3 ft x 2 3 ft 193 cm x 62 cm Machine Weight 92 lb 42 kg Shipping Dimensions Two boxes 15 in x 22 in x 56 in 38 cm x 56 cm x 142 cm 13 in x 9 in x 77 in 33 cm x 23 cm x 196 cm Shipping Weight Box 1 57 lb 26 kg Box 2 53 lb 24 kg Why is it called the Dynamic Indoor Rower The Dynamic Indoor Rower more closely simulates the physics experienced while rowing a racing shell and the dynamics between the boat and athlete On the dynamic erg a user s body mass is relatively stationary while components of the machine actively move in response to the rowing motion similar to the way a lightweight rowing shell moves around the rower s body How does rowing on the Dynamic compare with rowing on the Model D or E The functional difference between the Dynamic and the Model D or E is that as you row your footrests do most of the moving rather than the seat The seat is also free to move but due to the physics of rowing the seat movement is minimal The Dynamic encourages body control early body preparation and good connection between the oar handle and footrests during the drive On the Dynamic body mass movement is minimized during the stroke cycle while on a Model D or E total body mass moves back and forth during the stroke cycle The design of the Dynamic Indoor Rower has allowed us to reduce the handle return tension significantly compared to our Model D and E Handle return tension inherent in erg rowing is not something experienced in the boat so we view this lower tension as a positive feature The tension is set low when we ship the Dynamic Indoor Rower and we suggest rowing with it like this for a while before choosing to tighten the bungee if you really want it to feel more like an erg What is the difference between the Dynamic Indoor Rower and using the Model D on Slides Both the Dynamic Indoor Rower and the Model D on Slides attempt to mimic boat dynamics The Dynamic offers a feeling of rowing in a lightweight shell because only the foot carriage is moving This is consistent with the footrests fixed within

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  • Compare Indoor Rowers | Concept2
    a lightweight boat Also there is less return force in the handle pulling you back up to the catch This shifts more control of the stroke length and coordination to the user as is the case in a rowing shell If you are training at home to row or race on the water consider the Dynamic Although the Model D and E have a larger footprint than the Dynamic 96 in 244 cm versus 76 in 193 cm they separate in the middle for storage important to consider if you want to store the machine between workouts Rowing Clubs or Teams Model D The Model D is well suited for rowing clubs and teams many of which typically have a number of Model Ds already The lower price also makes it possible to purchase more indoor rowers Dynamic The Dynamic Indoor Rower introduced in December 2010 is another option for rowing teams to consider The Dynamic was designed to be more similar to rowing on the water and promotes good rowing habits Two or more Dynamics can easily be linked together for training timing of movements within a team boat For team training the Model D and Model E can also be connected via Slides sold separately High Use or Commercial Facility Model E For fitness facilities and other high use multiple user environments we recommend the Model E The additional height for improved accessibility and visibility along with the extra ruggedness all contribute to make the Model E the model of choice for these applications Physical Education or School Programs Model D Many schools opt for the affordability of the Model D so that there is a sufficient student to indoor rower ratio The PM5 allows teachers to set up machines for racing Kids love it Specifications Model D Model E Dynamic Monitor PM5 PM5 PM5 Overall Length 96 in 244 cm 96 in 244 cm 76 in 193 cm Width 24 in 61 cm 24 in 61 cm 24 3 in 62 cm Seat Height 14 in 36 cm 20 in 51 cm 21 5 in 55 cm Monorail Length 54 in 137 cm Users with an inseam of 38 inches 96 5 cm or more may require an extra long monorail Contact Concept2 for more information 54 in 137 cm Users with an inseam of 38 inches 96 5 cm or more may require an extra long monorail Contact Concept2 for more information Fits inseams up to 40 inches Chain or Cord Nickel plated steel chain Nickel plated steel chain High strength Dyneema drive cord Chain Cord Housing Partially enclosed Fully enclosed Partially enclosed Power Generation for PM Takes two D cell batteries During your workout the monitor draws power from the spinning flywheel to extend battery life Takes two D cell batteries During your workout the monitor draws power from the spinning flywheel to extend battery life Takes two D cell batteries During your workout the monitor draws power from the spinning flywheel to extend battery

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/indoor-rowers/compare (2016-05-01)
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  • Performance Monitors | Concept2
    Rate Monitoring Racing Software Retrofitting Compare Indoor Rowers Why Choose Concept2 Indoor Rowers Accessories Testimonials Parts and Support Motivation Training Indoor Racing Adaptive Rowing Performance Monitors Our Performance Monitors set us apart from the competition and the PM5 is our best monitor yet Sophisticated yet easy to use the PM5 provides accurate comparable data that will take your training to the next level Features Packed with Features Easy to Operate We pack a lot of functionality into the PM5 but we also make sure it s easy to use The monitor will power up and provide data as soon as the flywheel starts spinning so you don t need to push a single button to get started If you prefer to dive in to all the functions the monitor provides the easy menu driven operation lets you quickly access preset workouts save favorite workouts review past workout results and much more For a full run down visit How to Use Your PM5 Data and Displays The PM5 provides distance speed pace calories and watts for each workout you do and you can choose between five display options all data force curve bar chart large print and having a paceboat pacer The PM5 s backlit display provides increased visibility It illuminates automatically when the monitor powers up and stays illuminated during your workout Wireless Heart Rate Monitoring The PM5 supports ANT and Bluetooth Smart for wireless heart rate monitoring To use this feature you will need a chest belt that supports one of these transmission technologies Please note that the PM5 supports Bluetooth Smart not Bluetooth which is a different technology USB Flash Drive Compatible The PM5 provides two means of storing your performance data the internal memory in the monitor itself or with a USB flash drive The USB flash

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/indoor-rowers/performance-monitors (2016-05-01)
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  • Getting Started | Concept2
    More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Indoor Rowers Getting Started Indoor Rowers Product Motivation Training Muscles Used Technique Videos Workout of the Day Calculators Tips and General Information CrossFit Rowing for Specific Goals Rowing for Other Sports and Disciplines Third Party Programs Plans and Resources Indoor Racing Adaptive Rowing Workout of the Day Get the Workout of the Day delivered to your inbox every morning Submit Getting Started Rowing is easy to learn Once you know the basics you ll be well on your way to reaching your fitness goals Use the tips and resources in this section to make the most of your indoor rower Learn Proper Technique Before your first workout take the time to watch our technique videos Learning proper technique from the start will help you row better and faster in the long run It will also help prevent injury and keep you from developing bad technique habits that are difficult to break Educate Yourself Become familiar with the basic things that will be key to your long term success beneficial stretches helpful breathing techniques how to be comfortable on the indoor rower and what the damper setting does There is a lot of great information under Tips and General Info we recommend taking the time to look through it Track Your Progress Monitoring your progress is one of the best ways to stay motivated and achieve your goals We recommend signing up for our Online Logbook where you can record all your workouts participate in the many challenges offered throughout the year and keep track of your progress if you re working towards one of the Million Metre

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  • Technique Videos | Concept2
    Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Indoor Rowers Training Technique Videos Indoor Rowers Product Motivation Training Muscles Used Technique Videos Getting Started Common Errors Rowing with Greater Intensity Using Slides Precision on the Dynamic Workout of the Day Calculators Tips and General Information CrossFit Rowing for Specific Goals Rowing for Other Sports and Disciplines Third Party Programs Plans and Resources Indoor Racing Adaptive Rowing Workout of the Day Get the Workout of the Day delivered to your inbox every morning Submit Technique Videos Rowing is a very natural motion and most people pick it up quickly Have someone watch you row comparing your body positions to those shown in the video below Don t pull too hard until you are comfortable with the technique fundamentals The Rowing Stroke 5 42 Minutes Model E Indoor Rower is shown in video The Rowing Stroke The Catch Arms are straight head is neutral shoulders are level and not hunched Upper body is leaning forward from the hips with the shouldersin front of the hips Shins are vertical or as close to vertical as is comfortable for you Shins should not move beyond perpendicular Heels may lift as needed The Drive Start the drive by pressing with your legs and then swing the back through the vertical position before finally adding the arm pull Hands move in a straight line to and from the flywheel Shoulders remain low and relaxed The Finish Upper body is leaning back slightly using good support fromthe core muscles Legs are extended and handle is held lightly below your ribs Shoulders should be low with wrists and grip relaxed Wrists should be flat The Recovery Extend your arms

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  • Workout of the Day | Concept2
    Model D Model E More SkiErgs SkiErg 1 SkiErg 2 Oars Oar Manuals Oar Repair Videos More Monitors PM3 PM4 PM5 More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Indoor Rowers Training Workout of the Day Indoor Rowers Product Motivation Training Muscles Used Technique Videos Workout of the Day Subscribe Calculators Tips and General Information CrossFit Rowing for Specific Goals Rowing for Other Sports and Disciplines Third Party Programs Plans and Resources Indoor Racing Adaptive Rowing Workout of the Day Get the Workout of the Day delivered to your inbox every morning Submit Workout of the Day Each day we offer three workouts to help you stay on track with your training Choose from the short medium or long workout depending on your goals and schedule for that day If you don t like what we ve chosen use the show alternate links to display random selections for each workout type Workout durations include time to warm up and cool down These durations may vary somewhat for distance based training depending on your pace Short Medium Long Max 30 min 45 min 60 min Your workouts for May 01 2016 Short 3 x 750m 1 min easy Row three 750 meter pieces Row for one minute at light pressure between each 750 Show alternate short Show today s short Medium 6 x 1000m 2 min easy Row six 1000 meter pieces Row for two minutes at light pressure between each 1000 Show alternate medium Show today s medium Long 5 x 2000m rate change 22 24 2 min easy Row five 2000 meter pieces In each piece change the rate every 500m The first 500m

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/indoor-rowers/training/wod (2016-05-01)
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  • Pace Calculator | Concept2
    Shipping Parts and Support What s New Bantam Sculls Contoured Grip Bantam Sculls Our new low cost scull option for youth recreational beginners and masters athletes More SkiErg SkiErg SkiErg Performance Monitor Why Use a SkiErg Testimonials Ordering and Shipping Accessories More Other Training Technique Motivation Technique Video Parts and Support The SkiErg The Concept2 SkiErg brings the fitness benefits of Nordic skiing to everyone More Shop News Support Indoor Rowers Model C Model D Model E More SkiErgs SkiErg 1 SkiErg 2 Oars Oar Manuals Oar Repair Videos More Monitors PM3 PM4 PM5 More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Indoor Rowers Training Calculators Pace Calculator Indoor Rowers Product Motivation Training Muscles Used Technique Videos Workout of the Day Calculators Pace Calculator Calorie Calculator VO2max Calculator Weight Adjustment Calculator Watts Calculator Tips and General Information CrossFit Rowing for Specific Goals Rowing for Other Sports and Disciplines Third Party Programs Plans and Resources Indoor Racing Adaptive Rowing Workout of the Day Get the Workout of the Day delivered to your inbox every morning Submit Pace Calculator Distance Meters Enter a value for the distance 500m Split Minutes Seconds Enter a value for the split Time Minutes Seconds Enter a value for the time Based on what you ve entered above here are your average watts 0 Watts How to Use this Calculator Enter a pair of values distance 500m split cumulative time and click the relevant calculate button to return the third value and watts Example Enter values in the distance 2000 and 500m split 1 50 fields and click Calculate time to return your time 7 20 Formulas Used distance time split 500

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/indoor-rowers/training/calculators/pace-calculator (2016-05-01)
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  • Indoor Racing | Concept2
    new low cost scull option for youth recreational beginners and masters athletes More SkiErg SkiErg SkiErg Performance Monitor Why Use a SkiErg Testimonials Ordering and Shipping Accessories More Other Training Technique Motivation Technique Video Parts and Support The SkiErg The Concept2 SkiErg brings the fitness benefits of Nordic skiing to everyone More Shop News Support Indoor Rowers Model C Model D Model E More SkiErgs SkiErg 1 SkiErg 2 Oars Oar Manuals Oar Repair Videos More Monitors PM3 PM4 PM5 More Other Concept2 Utility ErgData Heart Rate Equipment Manuals and Schematics Customer Registration More PM5 Firmware Make sure your PM5 is updated with all the latest features More Company You are here Home Indoor Rowers Indoor Racing Indoor Rowers Product Motivation Training Indoor Racing Race Calendar Organizing a Race First Time Race Advice Records World Rowing Indoor Sprints World IRC Adaptive Rowing Indoor Racing Thousands of people have already discovered the thrill of racing on the indoor rower If you re ready to join their ranks then this section is for you The sport of indoor rowing was created in 1981 when Concept2 developed its first rowing machine and within a year the first race had taken place Hundreds of indoor rowing races are now held around the world each year including the CRASH B Sprints the world championships of indoor rowing Our race calendar can help you find an event near you while we also have a list of international races Indoor racing is open to anyone you don t have to be a champion We encourage everyone to consider participating in a race or at least coming to watch one It makes a great training goal to get you through the tough sessions If you re thinking of taking part check out our First Time Race Advice Most

    Original URL path: http://www.concept2.nl/en/indoor-rowers/racing (2016-05-01)
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