Practicing the phases of the stroke without the blades touching the water is a path to clean rowing.
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These simple habits will keep you from missing training days.
If your peak wattage is going up, you are getting better.
The goal is to maintain the same load and length as the hull speed increases.
Practice your race plan, fine-tune your mental approach, and track improvement on the clock.
This winter, do more than just watch splits on the erg. Make every session technically productive so your mechanics improve.