Guaranteed to persuade rowers to keep their body weight into the rigger and honor the arc of the oar handle.
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For novices in rowing especially, a sense of where you are is essential for mastering effective repeatable patterns.
Practicing the phases of the stroke without the blades touching the water is a path to clean rowing.
Practice your race plan, fine-tune your mental approach, and track improvement on the clock.
The goal is to maintain the same load and length as the hull speed increases.
These simple habits will keep you from missing training days.
Holding on to community in a year of isolation.
A relaxed, overstretched position invites injury every stroke.
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