5 BENEFITS OF USING THE CONCEPT 2 SKI-ERG (Ski-erg is located upstairs in the Cardio Zone)

5 BENEFITS OF USING THE CONCEPT 2 SKI-ERG (Ski-erg is located upstairs in the Cardio Zone)

1. An Effective Full-Body Workout

The Concept2 SkiErg helps you build strength and endurance by working the entire body in an efficient, rhythmic motion. Skiing is a low impact, high calorie burning exercise suitable for all ages and abilities. You are in complete control of the resistance: the harder you pull, the faster the flywheel spins, which creates more resistance.

2. A Safe, Effective and Convenient Training Tool

The SkiErg provides excellent sport-specific training using the poling motions that are integral to both techniques of Nordic Skiing. It also provides a range of resistance similar to that found on snow. The convenience of training on a SkiErg is hard to beat, especially when rollerskiing just isn’t an option—whatever the weather or conditions, the SkiErg is always available. It’s safer than training in traffic and is an easy way to add poling to your indoor workouts.

3. Measurable, Comparable Results

The Performance Monitor gives you immediate feedback on every pull you take, as well as cumulative performance data at the end of your workout. The monitor self-calibrates, allowing you to compare each pull, interval and workout. The Concept2 Online Logbook and Ranking allows you to easily store all your times as well as compare yourself against other skiers worldwide.

4. A Complementary Workout to Rowing

If you already use the Concept2 Indoor Rower, you’ll find that the SkiErg offers a similar high-quality, full-body, impact-free workout—but with movements that complement the rowing motion. The SkiErg will give you variety in your workouts, with the same powerful Performance Monitor, extensive customer support, and enduring quality.

5. Perfect for Adaptive Athletes and Injury Rehab

The SkiErg is a low impact exercise that is easy on the knees and ankles. The SkiErg easily accommodates athletes with lower leg injuries: injured athletes can sit or kneel, reducing the amount of leg involvement, while training at normal intensity and duration using just the upper body and core. It’s a great training tool for adaptive athletes, too!

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