Destinations: Bring the River Home


Rowing with Hydrow transports you from your home to the water. Here’s a look at the different ways Hydrow allows you to explore like never before, even if you only have 20 minutes to spare.

Row Where We Go

When you’re an elite athlete, there’s no such thing as “off season.” Our Hydrow Athletes are no exception, and are on the water almost every single day of the year. When the New England winter temperatures turn the Charles into a tundra, our Athletes head south for the warmer waters of Miami Beach, bringing the Hydrow community right along with them. Hydrow Athletes have also filmed sessions on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, Essex, and even took a spin around the Statue of Liberty. With plans to roll out new and exciting locations, you can look forward to exploring the waterways of countless places, all around the globe.

An Immersive Experience

Thanks to Hydrow’s Live Outdoor Reality (LOR) technology, you’re getting more than just a picturesque backdrop to row against. Each row is filmed from the vantage point of the boat, allowing you to take in every panoramic view exactly as you would if you were on the water. And because Hydrow workouts are filmed live daily, you’ll see exactly what our team sees, including the unexpected. Keep your eyes peeled for cameos from the local wildlife, on-river traffic and the occasional unexpected wake. There’s never a dull moment on the water with Hydrow.

Solo Expeditions

In addition to the extensive library of trainer-led episodes, Hydrow also offers a different approach to exploring new places. Hydrow Journeys give users the opportunity to row through different scenic locations without the guidance of a trainer. Row at your own pace, and take in the sights, sounds and sensations of being on the water. With nothing but the sound of your oars hitting the water, and the peaceful background nature noises, Journeys are a perfect low impact workout for both body and mind.

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