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The Shoulder Joint is an undervalued piece of the rowing puzzle. When functioning optimally it goes unnoticed as a seamless link in the chain and the ability to “hang off the handle” is easy. However, if this link in the chain is functioning sub-optimally there is a huge energy cost. BAT Logic’s Meg Hester explores this issue in her Row360 Biomechanics article.

Read the full Row360 article from Issue 29 by clicking here on the link.

BAT Logic – Row360 Issue 29 – Shoulders

Shoulder Joint in Rowing

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