Londoner’s get fit in run up to Olympics (UK)

WaterRower earns mention in London Evening Standard.
Rowing Machine WaterRower mentioned in London Evening Standard
USP: Unlike regular rowing machines that use air fans to create resistance, this features a “water flywheel” at the front. Filled with liquid, it’s the movement of two mini oars inside this that generates resistance in a way that’s more similar to open-water rowing – and is more gentle on joints and the lower back. Olympic hopeful Ben Duggan and Atlantic rower Sarah Outen both used the WaterRower in training.
Feel the burn: Use it during a WaterCrew class and you’ll do side rows to tackle your muffin top, underhand rows to target biceps and overhead movements to tackle bingo wings. Expect to burn up to 800 calories during a 45-minute class – and be in pain the next day.
Find it: WaterCrew classes, £20 at The Fitness Café, NW8; The WaterRower is available to buy from £749;