Allowing the blades to sit in the water requires light hands.
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If your peak wattage is going up, you are getting better.
It’s all about refining movement by training the central nervous system.
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Trouble comes when blades feather in the water or touch down on the recovery.
Practicing the phases of the stroke without the blades touching the water is a path to clean rowing.