Is it a good idea to do HIIT on a rowing machine? anyone tried it?
Thread: HIIT on a rowing machine
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HIIT on a rowing machine works well. I have done it many times, i just usually run a longer interval 45-60 seconds because it just feels right to me. Great workout though! I highly recomend it.August 2008 310lbs
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