Work your whole body with the Oxford 5 rower. You’ll quickly find your rhythm because our folding rower uses air resistance for the smoothest, most natural motion. Keep track of your effort with just a glance by positioning the pivoting console for easy viewing. And you can grab a drink without breaking your form with front-panel storage that keeps your water within reach while you exercise.
Glide smoothly along the aluminum rail
Keep your feet securely in position with the adjustable straps on the oversized footpads
Track your effort with wireless heart rate monitoring
Put your rower anywhere you like since the console runs on a battery and there are no cords to worry about
Keep your living space for living between workouts because the Oxford 5 folds compactly and stores easily
Never reach too far for your water – the front panel storage keeps hydration at hand
Tension control Air resistance system
Power requirements 2 AA Batteries
Display 5.4” LCD with profile display
Workout feedback Time, stroke, meters, time/500M, heart rate, watts
Programs 30 programs including: manual, 6 calorie,
10 step, 10 distance, 3 interval
Heart rate Contact grips
Heart Rate Polar® Wireless Receiver
Handlebars Easy-grip Straight Handle Covered by High-density Foam
Adjustable Console Free-adjustment Console Angle
Pedal Design Easily Adjustable Foot Pedals with Straps on Metal Base
Seat Design Ergo Comfort Seat
Water Bottle Holder Dual Function: Storage and Bumper
Transport Wheels Large Integrated Wheel Design
Monorail Angled Aluminum Guide Rail
Dimensions (L x W x H) 253 x 54 x 101 cm / 100" x 21" x 40"
Folded Dimensions (L x W x H) 111 x 54 x 163 cm / 44" x 21" x 64"
Product weight 55 kg / 121 lbs.
User weight capacity 130 kg / 300 lbs.
Warranty 10 Years Frame, 2 Years Parts, 1 Year Labor
Rowing for results
It’s no surprise rowing machines are beloved by CrossFit® enthusiasts; they provide a challenging workout that can get you into shape fast. Rowing requires both a pushing and a pulling motion — so you can engage your whole body with almost no impact. Engaging large muscle groups burns more fat and makes for a more efficient workout.
Rowing has such a transformative effect on the body because it strenthens the posterior chain, the series of muslces along your backside that are responsible for hip extension. A strong posterior chain prevents injury, preserves healthy movement and is directly linked to athletic ability.
I like to integrate rowing into my clients’ workouts. It’s the perfect low impact, total body cardiovascular challenge to complement their strength training regimen and great cross training for runners, cyclists and swimmers who may benefit from more posterior chain activation.
Becky Jalbert – NSCA CPT
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