Rowing can be a lot of fun. You can burn a ton of calories doing it. Whether you are using a rower to exercise indoors or actually like exploring the outdoors while working out, you should track your rowing sessions to improve your performance. There are plenty of iPhone apps that can help you get a better rowing workout. Here are just a few you shouldn’t miss out on:
Row Keeper: tracks your rowing workouts. Use it to log your time and distance. The user interface is quite elegant too.
Rowing In Motion App: a measurement and analysis app for rowers and their coaches. It provides you with real-time feedback on boat acceleration, stroke rate, speed, and other performance metrics.
TreadmillVR Max: a virtual training app that makes your workouts more enjoyable indoors. Just select your scene and a companion to let this app enhance your workouts.
RitmoTime Stroke Monitor: a water training tool that provides you with stroke rate, speed, and distance feedback. It can also give you heart rate data, but you need a heart rate monitor for that.
Rigging for Rowing: helps you make quick adjustments correctly and get the best out of your rowing experience. It shows you how to measure spread/span, oar length, footboard angle, and more.
ErgBuddy: designed for those of you who have a Concept2 Indoor Rower. Works with PM3 and PM4 trackers.
Rowing Log PRO: designed to help you keep track of all your rowing workouts. Lets you explore view your past workouts on a graph. You can easily edit your entries. This app is compatible with iPad only.
Row Zone: you can use this app as a stopwatch for rowing competitions. You can also use it for seat assignment. A helpful tool for coaches.
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