• A bar attachment, rather than individual cables. A bar is easier to hold, especially if you have arthritis in your hands or wrists.
• A machine that uses air or a fluid-filled chamber to create resistance. Machines that used stacked weights make rowing motions less smooth and tend to be less forgiving on the joints.
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