In every sport – or every movement, for that matter – our entire body is being used, with its unique set of mechanics.
The body moves in sport as in life: in a continuous, unique and nuanced manner.

However, no one sport above rowing has sought to combine a wider range of sequenced movements from upper and lower segments in a pattern that links together over a repeated time cycle, to create a synergistic force which is transferred through the body, to drive a piece of equipment that the body is a part of. Certainly no sport has sought to do all this and add the ever-changing and often unpredictable ‘field’ that is the water into the equation.

In the Row360 article post below, we explore the movement of rowing with a focus on connected segments and our research on foot force. This is the backing behind all BAT Logic products.

Hit the link to get the full article:

Row360 Isuue 004 – Biomechanics





  • The GOAT boat! Who else wishes they could row with the Silver Fern?
  • Glassy sessions are always the most memorable! #repost thanks @dietz.rowing 📸@williamhuber
  • #Repost @simon_vandorp "Starting to miss this..." Could not agree more, bring on Tokyo 2021!

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  • Sending our thoughts to everyone around the world as we are all currently affected in so many ways by COVID-19. We wish for you all to be safe in this uncertain time. 
It appears almost certain that the Tokyo Olympic Games will be postponed. We would like to extend our encouragement to Rowers at all levels that have had their respective competitions and training cut short. We hope this clip of the GB Men’s four Rio Olympic win, reminds you all of the amazing things we as Rowing lovers have to look forward to once these hard times are overcome.
  • @westendrc came away with the goods this past weekend at the NZ National Championships with 4 x🥇 3 x 🥈 and 4 x 🥉. A great result from the 21 rowers in the squad. West End RC are a fully fitted BAT Logic QuickRelease club based in Auckland.
#Repost 📸 @rowingcelebration
  • WOW! What a morning, who wouldn
  • NZ Rowing Championships has arrived! 
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Lake Karapiro

Game time! Last training session today on Lake Karapiro and racing kicks off tomorrow as three NYAC athletes compete at the New Zealand Championships  #Repost @nyacrowing
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  • Belgium Lwt Double getting psyched up prior to their successful qualification race for #tokyo2020. Best of luck with your road to Tokyo @niels_van_zandweghe @timbrys !

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