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Rowing WOD Bible

80+ Cross Training C2 Rower Workouts for Weight Loss, Agility, & Fitness
By: P. Selter
Narrated by: Martin James
Length: 29 mins
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This audiobook features over 80 rower workouts to accelerate your weight loss, agility, and fitness regardless of your gender, age, or current fitness level.

You're about to learn how to build a fit and healthy body without any expensive gym memberships or overhyped workout equipment. A rower is all you need!

Here is a preview of what the Rowing WOD Bible contains.:

  • A comprehensive list of the health benefits of cross training
  • Health and fitness benefits of stationary rowing explained
  • How to row correctly
  • The rowing commandments
  • Over 80 rowing workouts
  • And much more!

Today is the day to get started with these killer rowing workouts! Now you have no excuse to work out.

©2015 P Selter (P)2015 P Selter

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Lightweight and Overpriced

The book is very short.
There is a very tiny amount of advice on technique.
There are some WODs (apparently 80) - but no discussion of when or why to use one or another, no discussion about how to use them, or their pros and cons. Nothing about them at - just 80 Woods, listed, one after the other.

There is really nothing in this book that can't be gleaned from a quick glance at the internet (apart from a prayer).

Why does the author think it's appropriate to impose a prayer (his own superstitions) on the reader? Mind-boggling.

I can't think of any circumstances where I might recommend to anyone that they buy this book. Okay, if it's sitting on the shelf, within reach, I might say that it's worth taking a look at - but more as an intrigue than as a useful insight into rowing training and WODs.

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