The leg drive—leg connection and leg power—is indeed the power player in rowing.
Dear Doctor Rowing, I’ve been out of the game for a number of years but have recently begun to row a single. I’ve checked out a number of websites and watched a bunch of coaches on YouTube. Years ago, I learned the legs-back-arms method of applying power and it’s always worked for me. But lately down at the club all I hear is talk of “the core.” What’s with all this emphasis on the core?
The most prestigious medal awarded in rowing, the Thomas Keller Medal, has been narrowed down to six finalists by the World Rowing Federation, FISA.
How important is it for my athletes to get a good night’s sleep?
Today, in historic fashion, the Princeton Tigers beat out the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University to win the 2017 Child's Cup for the 50th time in the annual events 107th iteration.
University of Washington women’s crew went into the weekend ranked behind both The Ohio State University and the University of Michigan, but defeated both Division I rivals at the Pac-12…
University of California, Berkeley dominated the varsity heavyweight men’s field, winning the Copley Cup at the San Diego Crew Classic last weekend and taking sole possession of the number one spot in the second USRowing Coaches Poll.