Today’s world is arguably busier than ever before, which is probably why 77% of American adults don’t get enough exercise. We get it—going to the gym can be boring, time-consuming, and inefficient. You have to hop around from machine to machine in order to get a balanced workout, which can often take over an hour. If you’re looking for a fast, fun, full-body workout that takes care of strength and cardio all in one, then rowing may be the answer. A rowing machine can help you lose weight and gain muscle without bulking up. It’s also an effective, low-impact way to strengthen your heart and lungs. But what muscles does rowing work, and why is it such great exercise? Read on to find out!