Training is like building a sandcastle. You need sand, water, the sense not to overdo it, and both the expertise and creativity to build something great. To answer the age old question of “how do I get better at X?” […]
For many of us, our first rowing exposure is watching the Olympics or a high-level regatta, and the experience is incomparable – the elegance, accuracy and athleticism on display at this level are almost super-human.
With the sustained growth of the fitness industry and an increasing number of rowing machines on the market, rowing isn’t just a sport for those looking for Olympic gold; it’s now truly accessible and allows you to develop your physical attributes but on a much deeper layer.
Last week we discussed the importance of intervals from a biological standpoint and really went deeper into understanding the energy supplies needed to work at various intensities for various intervals. This week we carry the understanding of this on and […]
Rowing: The more you know. Rowing is a complex sport – it requires not only a tremendous amount of physical effort but also a constant cognitive involvement. This continuous attention to detail can sometimes take us away from the physical […]
FIVE TECHNIQUE HACKS TO HELP STRUGGLING CLIENTS SUCCEED Rowing for any client/athlete is always a fine balance of getting the right amount of technical cues into your session and not overloading their brain. But if they just aren’t getting it, […]
Last week we talked about your initial journey from zero experience to getting 3 months into your rowing career. This week we’re looking to take you from that 12 week mark to your next big step of training more specifically […]
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