Category Archive: Rowing

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

Guide to Sculling with Team Australia

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The crew dynamic: how quickly can you pick up the moves of the guys around you sculling is mechanics; it is repetitive; you have to be as smooth as possible every stroke counts,… Continue reading

The Body of a Rower – World Rowing FISA

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WorldRowingFISA Rowing is a beautiful mixture of endurance and power rowing is physically one of the hardest sports because you are using every muscle group you need to be strong aerobically as the… Continue reading

Rowing Land Training – Henley Royal Regatta

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HenleyRoyalRegatta The ergo builds strength and endurance the ergo trains the aerobic metabolic process which contributes to 75-80% of energy used in a race Great Britain Men’s – 4 rowed 200 – 250Km… Continue reading

Rowing – 2000 Metres of Pure Pain

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WorldRowingFISA It is important to get out of the starting block quickly and then get into a good rhythm in the middle of the race once you do 50 or 60 strokes the… Continue reading

Finals Day Highlights with Sir Matthew Pinsent – Henley 2017

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At the pinnacle of the British Summer sporting and the social season is the Henley Regatta. The event is the oldest in the world, dating back to 1839. The numbers are impressive: 15… Continue reading

Rowing for Health and Fitness

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Rowing demands the whole body… Rowing is one of the most efficient sports for health and fitness.

Shane Farmer Rowing Videos

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How to Row – the 4 Basic Positions The 4 Basic positions are the: Catch Drive Release Recovery Moving from the 11 o’clock position to the 1 o’clock position. How to Row –… Continue reading

How to take a perfect stroke? Rowers on the ultimate search for perfection

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Greg Searle (GBR), World and Olympic Champion states: “To make the boat go fast: row a long stroke pull hard how many strokes you do per minute be efficient and be together” “In… Continue reading

10 things no one tells you before you take up rowing 

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In this article Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell explains everything you need to know before taking up rowing​ – from binge eating to surviving rainstorms of maggots ​ (click on the photo below… Continue reading