Build strength and endurance with the NEW ski ergometer and training tool from Concept2.
- Builds strength in upper body, core and legs
- Provides a quality aerobic workout
- Encourages proper and effective Nordic skiing technique
An ergometer (or “erg”) is a device that measures work. That’s what sets the Concept2 SkiErg apart from other training devices: it allows you to accurately assess your output, monitor your progress, and compare your scores with others using the Concept2 Performance Monitor. It’s the same monitor that has been helping rowers train for many years:
- Immediate, accurate and repeatable performance data
- Workout options: choose a preset workout, ski against a previous result or play a game
- Memory and LogCard for workout data storage
- USB Interface to transfer data to PC or Mac
- Heart Rate Monitoring (PolarTM and SuuntoTM options available)
- Online logbook and ranking capability
Nordic skiing is an exhilarating and aerobically demanding sport, so it's no surprise that Nordic skiers are extremely fit athletes. The SkiErg makes this terrific aerobic exercise accessible to anyone. Each pull engages the arms, shoulders, core and legs in a downwards "crunch," using body weight to help accelerate the handles. A workout on the SkiErg works the legs at least as hard as the upper body. Maximum heart rates are achieved through aerobically demanding workouts.
The Concept2 SkiErg is based on the same mechanics and electronic monitoring systems as the Concept2 Indoor Rower, the proven choice of rowing athletes around the world since 1982.
- Gear Specs
Product Weight 65LB (SkiErg); 60LB (Floor Stand) Length 52" Width 29" Height 88" Other Product Specs
PM3: Provides operating power when indoor rower is in use
PM4: Battery pack recharged when indoor rower is in use
High Strength Dyneema® drive cord
Double powder coated finish with clear overcoat
Made In USA Yes Free Shipping No 3 Ships Free No Econ Product No
- Images & Videos
Great for adaptive and rehab.Review by Tommy HQualityI know crossfit mainsite wods don't often call for the ski erg, but it's great to have at least one around. We have gotten a ton of use from people who are coming back from injuries, as well as programming into the occasional WOD. The ski erg has also been great for a couple clients who have disabilities. It's much easier to adapt to someone in a wheelchair than the rower is, although both are good. I also use it for a change of pace in my training, a little different stimulus sometimes helps me push out of that comfort zone that I've gotten so used to. Great tool.| Review for: Concept 2 SkiErg w/PM3 Monitor and Floor Stand