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    Richard Vernetti
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    Could you explain what Row (calories) means and is there an alternative if I don’t have a rowing machine. Thanks

    #70883
    Richard Vernetti
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    Also could you please explain what barbell complex followed by burpee chaser means. Thanks

    #70894
    SEALFIT Online
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    There is a page with substitutions in Resources: http://sealfitinc.wpengine.com/resources/exercise-substitutions/

    No rower – SDHP 70# 8 min =2,000 meters. Sprint equal distance, burpee broad jump 8 min

    Barbell complex—with 45# bar (30# women) do 6x deadlifts, 6x bent-over rows, 6x hang power cleans, 6x front squats, 6x push presses, 6x back squats. For the burpee chaser do a burpee after each round.

    #70908
    Richard Vernetti
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    Thank you

    #70964
    Richard Vernetti
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    I had some difficulty with the terminology myself. But if you go to members home> resources > terminology you will see some acronyms. You can also go to resources > exercise video library.
    It is not all-inclusive but it helps.

    I am new here and I am struggling to understand everything but I am getting there. 🙂

    #70967
    Richard Vernetti
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    Thanks everyone. But what precisely does 21 times calories on rower mean? And what might a substitution mean?

    #71291
    Richard Vernetti
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    21 times calories just means you need to row 21 calories on the rowing machine. The substitution is meant for people who do not have access to a rowing machine.

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