East End Row | Music Driven Low Impact Fitness
East End Row
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Upper East Side Studio
139 East 61st Street 
New York NY 10065
(NW Corner At Lexington)
212-327-1800
East Hampton Studio
 
460 Pantigo Rd (Rt 27)  
East Hampton NY 11968
(East of Bostwicks)
631-353-3626
Southampton Studio
 
33 Hill Street 
Southampton NY 11968
(next to the movie theater)
631-353-3626
Mithra Asset Management LLC dba East End Row
 
 

Music Driven Fitness

that is Fun and Effective

Southampton, East Hampton & Upper East Side

LOW IMPACT TOTAL BODY WORKOUT

EAST END ROW combines low impact cardio and strength training in a friendly yet challenging format.  Our signature classes are broken up into segments to maximize your total body burn in less than an hour. 
“When it comes to achieving body-sculpting benefits, indoor rowing is in a class of its own. A 50-minute rowing class can burn up to 1,200 calories, twice as many as spinning. Every stroke requires you to work your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, abs, obliques, pecs, biceps, triceps, deltoids, upper back, and lats.”
-Mike Lawson, GQ Magazine
 
 

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Expect to feel a serious body burn at the end of each cardio packed session.

We recommend heading over to EER for a low-impact strength training workout choreographed to your favorite tunes.

Rowing just might be the new spinning.

This is the best rowing class I've ever taken!

 

Low Impact Total Body Fitness

The rowing stroke uses 84% of your body’s muscle mass.  From the tips of your fingers holding the handle to the balls of your feet connected to the footboard, all the muscles between these two points contribute to the rowing stroke.  By maximizing the muscle mass contributing to the exercise, rowing is unrivaled in benefit derived per unit of time.  Other common aerobic exercise equipment use far less muscle mass, burn fewer calories and generate less exercise benefit.

The truth about calorie consumption, is that it relates to YOUR ability to produce the work, not the machines.  To burn 1,000 calories per hour, for example, on a treadmill, bike, elliptical etc requires a very high and likely unsustainable intensity of exercise.  Rowing is able to achieve much higher calorie burn because the work is spread over a wide range of muscles.  Simply put, rowing consumes calories across more muscles allowing a higher calorie burn within your limits of fatigue.

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