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Rowing Science: Analysis of Angles of Body Segments in the World's Best Rowers
Winners at the 2023 World showed more knee "compression" at catch  more


To the surprise of very few in sport, research confirms that the post-screentime struggle is very real.  more

A few of the oldest questions in rowing revolve around optimal times for training and competition. Row in the morning and lift in the evenings? Or, lift in the mornings and row in the evenings? Race early or late?  more


Just yelling YIELD! means little if you have not put your shell in a position to assert right of way  more

I encourage new rowers to make their first racing experience a head race. But the steering can be key.  more


With some help from Hydrow athletes, who not only have to be ready to row at dawn, but also have to be ready to be on TV  more

Is running or cycling the best cross-training for rowing? A growing body of evidence suggests that cycling may be as useful, and in some cases even a better mode of cross-training than running.  more


A strategy for getting everyone into the lineups, boats, and race they most want to race for Masters clubs  more

In our debriefs after practice many athletes say that it's hard to think about two or three things at the same time - their brain races from thinking catches, to thinking pressure, to squaring early and they fail to execute any of these well.  more

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