Blades dripping in sunshine, after the fog – a word from Sarasota, Florida
It was without hesitation that the week after CRASH Bs I took the opportunity to fly down to Florida to make the rounds with numerous clubs, colleges and meet with programs racing at the 9th annual Sarasota Invitational Regatta
Do you even lift? If so, what, when and how fit are you? A gym review.
We speak a lot about rowing specific injuries and performance but this week we are taking a look at general gym usage and statistics……with a focus on the erg just to keep it interesting! The numbers were run by FitRated, originally observing 225 people at 3 different gyms to ensure a good mix of gender […]
Fall racing is in full swing in the US of A!
As a majority of rowers make their way to the larger more well know races, such as Head of the Charles and Head of the Hooch, there are so many great lesser known races that deserve some recognition.
Club nationals rock Lake Harsha
Club Nationals 2016 was held in Bethel, Ohio on the beautiful Lake Harsha. Except for a quick thunderstorm that resulted in a few races being cancelled, it was near perfect racing conditions all weekend. With over 2,500 entries over the 5 days of racing, the event went off without a hitch. Club Nationals creates such […]
Max Gains: Effective Protein Use
So many times in the gym you hear about athletes trying to force feed themselves as much protein as possible in one heavy dose – more is more, right? Wrong.
Stability Equals Power
Your feet are your first and, power-wise, most important connection to the boat. Having some understanding for their function and how to support them is key to produce your most powerful stroke.