Srfnff wrote:Has anyone been using the SkiErg for stand up paddleboard training? I started using the machine a few weeks ago so I could specifically target the muscles used when I'm not able to get out on the water. If anyone else is doing the same I'd enjoy hearing from you and knowing about your experiences. Thanks.
The skierg is a great machine but does not work with an SUP adapter that I'm aware of. The paddle adapter available for the concept2 rower works quite well for paddling and SUP training. Even with the balance rocker, the skierg seems to engage leg muscles for me better than the SUP adapter. While it's good to have and compare them, would choose the skierg between the two if I had to make a choice. It's also possible to use the balance rocker with the skierg but seems to contribute to a less powerful pull / force curve vs no balance board. I am on the water a fair amount once things warm enough and the indoor training seems to transfer over and help on (or occasionally in
) the water. Good luck and paddle safe.
61yo, 61kg, Erg 500m, 1:58.6; 1k, 3:58.5; 2k 8:04; 5k 20:46; 30min 7096m; 10k 43:49; 1 hour 13578m; half marathon, 1:37:49; Full marathon, 3:36:47
Skierg 2K 9:10; 5k 24:30; 30 min 6010m; 10k 49:56.5; 1hr 11776m; half marathon, 1:54:45.2.