Mind Games – Olympian Annie Vernon Talks Sport Psychology

Olympic silver medalist Annie Vernon talks about her book Mind Games – a fascinating window into the psyche of elite

Never Too Old For Indoor Rowing

38 competitors over the age of eighty (80) entered the ‘World Rowing Indoor Sprints’ hosted in March 2019. Indoor rowing

Some Fun Facts About Rowing

How long is an eight boat? An eight has an average length of 19.9m and a minimum weight of 96Kg.

Olympic Rower Vicky Thornley on Training Smart

In the 2018 season, Vicky Thornley suffered from overtraining syndrome (OTS), which prevented her from racing at the World Rowing Championships. The Olympic

Exclusive Interview with World Indoor Rowing Champion Sean Gaffney

“Indoor Rowing is a fantastic sport which is for anybody of any age or disability. It doesn’t matter what the

2019 World Rowing Virtual Indoor Sprints

EVENT INFORMATION Race 1,000 metres on the Concept2 Indoor Rower (Model A-E rowers only, no Dynamic or indoor rowers on

The Three Rs-Rest, Refueling and Recovery for Rowers

Former GB Rowing Team physiologist Craig Williams provides advice on how you can reap more rewards from your training sessions. Read on…

Rowing and your Muscles

Rowing is a coordinated muscle action that involves every large muscle group in the body. The following sections illustrate the

My First 2 x 10,000 M on a Concept 2 Indoor Rower

Trying to improve my performance, on today’s workout I increased the total distance to 20,000 meters. 10,000m, a small break

My First 2 x 7,500 m on a Concept 2 Indoor Rower

Today I did my first 2 x 7,500m (15Km in total) on the Concept 2 indoor rower. I feel really