Category Archive: Rowing

500m Split – What does it Mean?

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For the on-water rowing community, the common measure of pace is generally “time per 500 meters,” which can be more clearly stated as “how long it takes you to row 500 meters.” This… Continue reading

Learn to Row – How to Scull

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Two great videos by two experienced rowers if you are interested in learning to scull: How to Set Up Your Scull World-class rower Charlotte Hollings shows you how to set up your scull,… Continue reading

Learn to Row – Capsize and Recovery

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How to Get Back into Your Scull after Flipping Learn how to get back into your scull — swiftly and safely — after flipping over in water. Demonstrated by Calm Waters Rowing coaches… Continue reading

Rowing – It’s cold out there…

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How beautiful: #rowing in #chester. Want to go there too #rudern #aviron   pic.twitter.com/TY5LUqC2UE    http://www.rowing-in-europe.com/ WEROW Life‏ @WEROW_Life  Jan 16 With cold weather forecast for the rest of the week, we asked around the WEROW office for… Continue reading

More than Passion

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Training with Olympic Champion Mahé Drysdale

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Olympic Champion Mahé Drysdale: 5x World Champion 2x Olympic Champion always has new goals to achive and loves the competition says that a lot of training goes into a 7min race he has… Continue reading

Deutschland-Achter Men´s Eight – Final – 2017 World Rowing Championships

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The German 8: the dominant force in the eight in 2017 They set the world’s best time The fastest crew that has ever been the fastest boat 1000M Germany:  2:42.66 NZL:     … Continue reading

How to get a back and shoulders like an Olympic rower

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Most rowers have huge backs. Each and every muscle trained to propel a boat down the river in a constant, linear, back-and-forth movement. It also looks pretty good with a shirt on top.… Continue reading

Rowers – muscly all around – shoulders and arms

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Mat Fraser and Alex Anderson Do 15.5

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Open Workout 15.5 27 – 21 – 15 – 9 27 Calorie Row 27 Thrusters 21 Calorie Row 21 Thrusters 15 Calorie Row 15 Thrusters 9 Calorie Row 9 Thruster Men use 95… Continue reading

Good Rowing 2

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No Limits – Indoor Rowing Explained

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It is very important to use the Ergo. Norwegians use the Ergo all the time. In Norway and other Scandinavian countries most rivers and lakes are frozen 6 months in the year the… Continue reading