Ten tips to get your novices up to speed. Now.
If you’ve ever suspected bowmen see the world a little differently, here’s your proof.
You can’t row well if you can’t hold on to the oar properly—using the hands to feather, square, place the blade, and maintain balance. And while we often refer to this aspect of the stroke
Proper body preparation on the recovery is critical to the catch and drive. The hands should lead the arms and back forward so that the back is upright and perpendicular. When the hands pass
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