Water Whipper

Rowing is making a comeback, and with good reason. The single motion incorporates the legs, core and back into a muscle-toning, aerobic workout. While we love getting out on our local harbors and bays, this time of year we’re partial to the oiled-ash WaterRower. A fluid-filled tank replaces the standard wind resistance flywheel to better simulate a boat cutting through the waves and the design also absorbs sound and vibration better, allowing exercisers to focus on form rather than what the neighbors are thinking. The WaterRower can be stored upright as well, saving space compared to older designs. $1,095 at waterrower.com