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Sunny Health & Fitness Squat Assist Row-N-Ride™ Trainer for Glutes Workout

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  • WHY SQUAT: Squats are not only effective for building an insanely strong lower body, but also because they deliver a number of ancillary physical benefits, including increased hormone release and improved flexibility.
  • HOW IT WORKS: Tone the lower body by using your glutes, quads, and hamstrings to push down to a squat. Work your shoulders, back, and chest as you push yourself up through every rep. Skip the weights, this squat trainer will reduce the amount of stress on the knees and joints that occurs when you squat incorrectly. Adding this to your workout will help you develop a proper form to get the perfect squat.
  • TRACK YOUR FITNESS: The LCD monitor tracks your calories, scan, time, and count. This trainer gives you the freedom to add or remove tension, the three elastic bands can be clipped on or off the seat to adjust to any fitness level.
  • WORKOUT VARIETY: Not only does it offer the ability to do a full-range squat but you can also add variety by doing high, median and low zone squats pulses. Non-slip foot pedals
  • CONVENIENCE: Easily store almost anywhere in your home. Remove the knob, fold, and store; as easy as 1, 2, 3. Its self-leveling pedals help you to get in and out of the bike in a breeze. Stable end caps prevent any movement to ensure you have a stable and safe workout.

Specification: Sunny Health & Fitness Squat Assist Row-N-Ride™ Trainer for Glutes Workout

Model Name

‎NO. 077


‎Sunny Health & Fitness

Resistance Mechanism

‎Elastic Cord

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎19.3 x 45.3 x 50 inches

Item Weight

‎27.3 Pounds


‎Alloy Steel

Maximum Weight Recommendation

‎220 Pounds



Number of Batteries

‎1 AA batteries required. (included)

Frame Material

‎Alloy Steel

Display Type


Tension Level


Product Dimensions

‎19.3"D x 45.3"W x 50"H

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎43.75 x 8.5 x 7.5 inches

Package Weight

‎13.7 Kilograms

Brand Name

‎Sunny Health & Fitness

Warranty Description

‎1 year structural frame, 180 days other parts and components

Suggested Users


Number of Items



‎Sunny Health & Fitness

Part Number

‎NO. 077S



Included Components

‎Row-N-Ride™ Trainer, User Manual

3 reviews for Sunny Health & Fitness Squat Assist Row-N-Ride™ Trainer for Glutes Workout

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  1. Theordore Peppermill the third

    It’s strange when you read the reviews and they are mostly positive.
    With the Corona-virus, I have to stay home to work for the next 3 weeks and I’m happy I now have a quiet and sturdy machine that doesn’t take up too much space to keep me sane.

    The machine is comfortable to use, the handle, the seat all are well made. It’s basic and simple but it works really well. My thighs are warm and tired. I’m still playing with it to find out how I can balance between my arms and legs… Maybe I have to set the handle bar taller?

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  2. AngelinaMaria

    No way is this any good being near replica of an entire fitness machine like you’d find in a gym for UNDER $300, right?! I am blown away at how much I love this & it has lived up to much better than expectations.

    If you are anything like me, you have these ambitions & bursts of motivation- but usually when you’re scrolling through your device. The thought is fantastic & you promise yourself it’s a justified purchase- you “WILL be making resolutions & would feel more inclined if you had this in your routine!” right?

    For the first time in my overly optimistic but constantly failing fitness agenda- this thing actually freaking WORKS! Really. It’s not a glorified clothing rack, jungle gym for my cat or mimicking the antiques in the corner. I am not only using it, but enjoying it & actually appreciate it being somewhat of a roommate.

    The instructions are a love/hate relationship. Insanely detailed to the point they’re downright confusing & you have to read the pages multiples times while wondering “can I just hire someone to do this?!” on the brink of throwing a tantrum (but realizing only your cat is going to hear it & probably wants you to fail). By the time you want to question why assembling is more of a workout than the actual promise of the machine- BAM! You realize those extremely detailed diagram pictures with numbers that align to the instructions actually make sense. While it seems complicated, it’s actually pretty elementary & you feel like finding your old school teachers on Facebook to show off your common core skills combined w/ a hint of physics, basic sense & English. To put it simple: be patient with the instructions. It’s easier than it seems.

    Performance wise- spot on. It took a minute to get the hang of the adjusting elements- but there are adequate settings & it’s quite versatile! It fits just about any height or length for the average person. The resistance is great, also adjusted to your preference. Adjusting anything takes seconds. And, the “ride” is very smooth. No squeaks or creaks, down to the stability being extremely sturdy. The seat cushion is comfortable enough, better than a standard bicycle but I think one of those gel cushions would be a lush touch! Some of us rely on our peach for that lengthy rest & recoup after a single maneuver aspect. And with that being said, you’ll want to use some comfortable fitness shoes with the pedals. They’re of decent size & w/ traction. But you aren’t gonna want to be trying it barefoot or anything aside from fitness shoes. If I can manage to swap slippers for sneakers- so can you! I believe in you!!

    The electronic device to track your stats is basic. It is actually nicer than expected for taking 1 AA battery- more data tracking than I’d thought & it is accurate to the point it aligned with my Apple fitness tracking up to 93%! Winning! I can start and stop when I want without having to press a million buttons. Better yet- you don’t have 30K options & programs to review or choose from! It doesn’t ask for your entire health chart or prompt between 50 workout scenarios. You press the button & go like you are the awkward kid at the middle school dance as “Push It” by Salt-N-Pepa play.

    This gem gives you a run for your saved money on not donating to the actual gym you never visit. Instead, you are watching YouTube videos or Prime in the comfort of your own room while burning, toning & conquering. It’s slim design doesn’t take up much space plus the lightweight aspect- easy to move or store. For those that want it out of sight/out of mind that’s a dream come true! I chose to keep mine directly in the walking path to the couch- I have high hopes to change habits. So far I have not pushed it out of the way because I really AM enjoying it!

    To sum it up: this is a steal for the price! The quality is good, the functionality is more than anticipated, experience better than expected & I’m actually using the first piece of fitness equipment I’ve ever bought without shoving it into a corner! And, the customer service seems legit. An excerpt on the front page of instruction direct on how to contact them for anything you may need.

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  3. David H

    My mom is past 90 and while still ambulatory (walking without assistance), was starting to slow down a bit and have some issues with her knees. I’ve tried different solutions for her, and walking around the neighborhood with her dogs helped some, but I was looking for something to give her a greater range of motion in her exercise.

    Picked up Row&Ride and put it together. Not too difficult. Had one extra bolt after, but I think that was for holding a piece in place for shipping and wasn’t needed in the final product. Overall, I think it took me about 20 min to get it all assembled and ready to test.

    The mechanism is a little odd. The foot pedals and hand grips are on the same bar and pivot around the center. The seat rises up and settles down as you pull and relax on the handlebar/foot pedal. The tension comes from 3 bungee cords mounted to the base and the back of the seat. As you ‘sit’ down, extending your feet and arms, you get a good muscle stretch. Then you pull the handlebar and push with your feet to ‘stand up’ as the seat comes up with you. If you just park your butt, it’s going to be too difficult…the seat is there to keep you in place, but not really rest.

    The exercise is pulling with your arms and pushing with your feet then relaxing back. The pull is the part that is tensioned with the bungees. There is a counter on the handlebar that has an accelerometer that tracks how many times the bar moves back and forth. That is the only tracking mechanism. What is getting the greatest movement is your hips…dropping down into a lower than horizontal position and then pulling yourself back up gives a wide range of motion to the hips that you can’t really get from any other regular exercise. Extending and retracting your arms and legs exercises your back and knees with zero impact.

    I used it for a bit and can get winded after a few sets, but for my mom, she started just doing 25 reps. We also found out that you need to get a little instruction in use for the first time…

    When I got on it, I didn’t think much about how far down to go… At full extension, you’re essentially standing up with the seat bumping your butt. As you settle back down, you should keep tension on the handlebars and peddles. When my mom first tried it, she sat all the way down and didn’t have the strength to push with her feet or pull with her arms to get back up. As she was sitting below the horizontal, there was no way to even step off the device. The excessive ‘bend’ did not give her great faith in the device, and being trapped on it was not a selling point.

    I helped her off the device. I don’t think she could have gotten off on her own, actually, and then demonstrated what had gone wrong. When I sat down on the unit and went all the way down in extension, it was quite the pull to get back up, and if you try to use only your arms or only your legs, the way the pivot is mounted, you’re not going to be successful. It takes BOTH an arm pull and leg push to pivot the bar to then be able to rise back up. Just something a little funky about the way this device works. I’m just warning you, don’t sit all the way down or you’ll have to roll off the device to get back up.

    Once the way the thing worked was better understood. we reduced the tension from 3 bungee cords to just one. She’s learning how to move on the device rather than trying to build up more muscle. After she feels she’s no longer gaining, she’ll go to 2 bungee cords, etc.

    She’s been using it for about a month now and is up to 70-100 ‘revolutions’ per day. She has found her hips are benefitting from the greater flex provided by the exercise and was surprised when she went up a step ladder to get something from the cupboard and didn’t feel any pain in her knee like she usually does. She said the climbed up and opened the cupboard and then realized she hadn’t been jammed up on the 2nd step this time like she always had before.

    Anything that aids in hip and leg flexibility is a good thing, and it’s showing benefit to her already. I wasn’t certain this was going to are something useful for her or that I’d even be able to convince her to use it, but it is, and she does. She also has found that my suggestion to play some music while working out makes everything easier…focus on the music as you move and not the counter or your breathing, and you’ll hit that 100 before you even know it :). The counter, not age ;p

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