How much water can you cover in one stroke?
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If your peak wattage is going up, you are getting better.
By testing your trial before rowing your trial, you can make a pacing plan to perform your best.
Allowing the blades to sit in the water requires light hands.
For novices in rowing especially, a sense of where you are is essential for mastering effective repeatable patterns.
Pause drills can be part of a strength-endurance session with a focus on single-stroke power, a regular part of your warm-up, or adapted for the indoor rower.
It’s about bridging the gap between mental image and motor patterns—by quarters.