1) Before starting this or any other exercise program, consult your physician. Your physician should assist you in determining if rowing on Rowllseat is appropriate for your age and physical condition. Your physician can also help you determine if you have physical limitations that could create a health risk or prevent you from properly using this equipment. Rowllseat may not

be appropriate for all people. This is especially important for pregnant women, or those with pre-existing health problems, orthopedic

conditions, or balance impairments.

2) Handicapped or disabled people must have medical approval before using this

equipment and should be under close supervision when using the Rowllseat.

3) Do not overexert yourself. Listen to yourbody and respond to any reactions you may be having. You must learn to distinguish

“good” pain, like fatigue, from “bad” pain, which hurts.

4) Before each use, visually inspect the equipment. Never use the equipment if parts

are missing or if the equipment is not functioning properly.

5) Before sitting on the Rowllseat, make sure the is in locked position. Never unlock the seat when you are in motion. Do not touch the Rowllseat while rowing. 

6) Use this equipment only for the intended use as described by the manufacturer.

Do not modify the equipment or use attachments not recommended by the


7) Follow the exercise technique guidelines in this manual. Correct exercise

technique will help you get the results you want and keep you exercising safely.

8) Start out slowly and progress sensibly. Before beginning any workouts, become

acclimated with the dynamic of the Rowllseat.

Always lock the Rowllseat before getting of it

9) The Rowllseat is not a toy. Children must be supervised by an adult

familiar with the proper use of this product. To prevent injuries, keep this equipment out of the reach of unsupervised children. Follow these simple


– Keep unsupervised children out of rooms where you have your exercise


– Store exercise equipment in a room that can be locked.

– Know exactly where your children are when you work out.

– If you have small children at home, don’t wear headphones while you work out.

– Talk to your kids about the dangers of exercise equipment.

10) After use remember to wash and dry of surfaces that has been exposed to sweat.