Rowing machines and rehabilitation after injury – a low impact recovery
With the correct supervision and direction, indoor rowing can be an awesome method to help recuperation from a injury or medical procedure. Indoor rowing for recovery can do a noteworthy job in enhancing cardiovascular stamina and strength while connected with significant muscle groups including: quads, hamstrings, back, shoulders, biceps, traps, lats, glutes and increase their strength. First Degree Fitness water rowing machines are ideal for remaining dynamic recuperation, with significant less stress to the joints. Offering different levels of water reistance, you can pick a level that suits your indoor rowing recovery plan, included future increase in strength and stamina. Distinctive to air based rowing machines, FDF First Degree Rowers machines imitate the sight, sound and feel of rowing on water, enabling you to receive a characteristic rowing development, similarly as you would in a boat. Keep in mind while recouping from an injury, it’s critical to start off sensibly and prepare your program bit by bit. Continuously counsel a therapeutic expert before beginning any new exercise and make sure you are use your rowing machine in the right way.
Back Support on rowing seat aids recovery for patients
First Degree Fitness have designed an optional lumbar support chair back for their First Degree Rowers. Giving disabled users and elder people more options to stay active with the use of an indoor rowing machine. The optional seat with back support is a very good option for rehabilitation facilities of even any more general enviroment like a studio or homegym. Due to a more stabil position and lumbar support without conflicting with any rowing functionality. For persons who are elderly, frail or undergoing rehab, this modified rowing seat could be a good option for achieving a more active and rapid recovery.
Stimulate your senses with an upper body ergo workout
FDF’s medical upper body ergometers are trusted by leading health practitioners and rehabilitation facilities. Engaging virtually every muscle in your upper body, an upper body ergo workout targets strength, endurance, intensity, agility, stability, flexibility and balance. Suitable for all ages and any performance level, the upper body ergometer has a variety of benefits that make it the perfect rehabilitation device.
Many of our ergo models are medically approved by the European Union Devices directive. This means they offer better support for joint structures and can assist with a quicker recovery. Many of our models allow for both sitting and standing exercise, as well as wheelchair access, which makes them a fantastic tool for shoulder rehabilitation and building upper body strength – under the direction of a doctor, of course.