How Swimming Can Help you to Become a Better Rower

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Rowers need to be able to maintain a high level of intensity for extended periods of time, and swimming can help you to do just that. Swimming can help to improve your cardiovascular fitness, which will help you when you get back on the rowing machine or in a boat. In this blog post, we … Read more

Can you Strike a Balance Between Being Leaner or Stronger for Rowing?

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There are a lot of different opinions on how to row most effectively. Some people think you should be as lean as possible, while others believe you need to be much stronger. So which is it? Should you focus on being leaner or stronger? The answer is, unfortunately, that it depends. You can be either … Read more

Is it Better to be Leaner or Stronger for Rowing?

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There are many different opinions on whether it is better to be leaner or stronger for rowing. Some people believe that you should focus on being lean because it will make you faster and more efficient in the water. Others believe that you should focus on being strong so that you can generate more power … Read more

The Benefits of Being Leaner for Rowing

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When you are rowing in a boat with your teammates, the more efficiently you can move through the water, the better. That is why it is important to focus on being leaner or trimmer for rowing. When you are carrying less excess weight, you will be able to move faster and generate more power with … Read more

The Benefits of Being Stronger for Rowing

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When most people think of strength training, they think of weightlifting in a gym. However, strength training can be done in many different ways, and it doesn’t have to involve lifting weights. In fact, if you are a rower, strength training should be an important part of your fitness routine! This is because being strong … Read more

Marginal Gains For Rowing – The Simple Science Behind it

Marginal Gains

In this article, I’ll be going over how making small changes to your every day habits can improve your overall performance both on and off the water by using marginal gains. I will be basing this article on the book Atomic Habits written by James Clear. “When nothing seems to help. I go and look … Read more