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The Primary Difference

The Primary Difference

The primary difference between the models is that the Ski-Row Air features air-flywheel resistance ONLY, while the Ski-Row Air+Pwr features air-flywheel AND magnetic resistance.


Why Does Magnetic Resistance Matter?

Why Does Magnetic Resistance Matter?

Adding magnetic resistance effectively raises the starting point of the resistance curve, while still giving you the benefit of air-flywheel resistance. When you only have air resistance, the level of difficulty will vary based on the speed at which you pull.

When you add magnetic resistance, you get a constant tension no matter how fast or slow you go. Magnetic resistance also allows you to control your difficulty directly from the monitor, rather than utilizing a damper.


It Gets Even Better

It Gets Even Better

When raised in the ski trainer position, magnetic resistance allows the ski trainer to essentially become a dual high-pulley machine with a very safe resistance mechanism. We’ve created numerous videos of “alternative” uses (Click Here). This is a very powerful tool in the hands of a trainer or in a home/garage gym.


Which One Should You Get?

Which One Should You Get?

Either model, the Ski-Row Air or the Ski-Row Air+Pwr, are excellent for almost any HIIT or cardio-based workout. If you’re looking to sweat, either model will do. If you want a more dynamic way to control your resistance, or if you want to add pulley-based exercises to your workout, then you may want to upgrade to magnetic resistance with the Ski-Row Air+Pwr.

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