Symmetry, small-boat skills, and the sense of freedom that comes with rowing whenever you feel like it. For these reasons and more, there’s never been a better time to invest in a single—and in your own development as an athlete.
Fall is ideal for cross-training opportunities such as local foot races, but the ultimate goal is to be sitting in a boat at a 2K starting line next spring.
Experience yields these tried and true practices.
Practicing the phases of the stroke without the blades touching the water is a path to clean rowing.
You do not have the habits at half-slide that you have at full slide.
The decision to row is one thing. Where to row is another.