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September 25, 2007

How to Tone Your Upper Body

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How to tone your upper body on the rowing machine

Photo Credit: G. Doyle/Getty Images

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The rower isn't a wimpy workout if you know how to use it right (I didn't). Maximize the least-used machine at the gym and get sculpted arms, abs, and back muscles. The trick: After you pull the handle toward you, straighten your arms before you bend your knees.

Check out perfect technique at concept2.com. Or get an expert to critique you for free — send a video of you in action to rowing@concept2.com.


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