Row, row, row your way into the new year with a full-body workout at Row House. Row House in Cool Springs focuses not only on the workout but creates a community experience. Row House is a 45-minute full-body rowing experience that builds muscular strength and aerobic endurance through the use of row machines, floor exercises and weights. Modifications are made to accommodate individual’s needs and is a low impact workout that is suitable for all fitness levels.
Members Steve Gatlin and his daughter, Alison Meadows have seen major life changes since beginning their workouts with Row House last year. Gatlin began attending Row House after Covid-19 brought his work in the entertainment business to a halt. Over 120 classes later, he is 25 pounds lighter, has alleviated lower back issues and looks forward to participating in workout classes. Steve’s daughter Alison has joined her dad for workouts for the past several months. After not participating in group fitness for many years, Meadows has a newfound love of rowing and the community she has found at Row House. Meadows enjoys the variety of classes, lively music created especially for Row House, and the rewards given for earned meters and milestones. Progress is tracked through customized data to motivate meeting goals and rewards with free t-shirts, hats and other swag.
Benefits of Row House classes are that the workout activates 86% of your muscles, burns calories, increases cardio, improves postures and poses a low risk of injury. Instructor Deb Averett encourages students to commit to themselves and to set achievable goals for the new year. “With consistency, goals are more obtainable,” says Averett. On the back wall of Row House, you’ll find their motivating mission that Every Seat Counts, Every Stroke Matters. Synchronized classes are in place to leave no rower behind. Row House encourages anyone to try out their first class for free.
1201 Liberty Pike, #107