• 11 Jul 2017

    Building a strong back to prevent rowing injuries

    Rowing is a growing sport all over the world. Rowers have these incredibly strong, muscular, and wide backs which are the product of constant training in the water and a well-planned training ...

  • 26 Apr 2017

    Dealing with Nagging Rowing Injuries

    As any rower has experienced, rowing combines a relatively high level of muscular power output combined with endurance. This is part of the reason why athletes have to be extremely fit to ...

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  • Building a strong back to prevent rowing injuries

    Rowing is a growing sport all over the world. Rowers have these incredibly strong, muscular, and wide backs which are the product of constant training in the water and a well-planned training regimen to keep them in great shape. A rowers training should also involve ways to prevent injuries from happening. Injuries to the spine...

  • Dealing with Nagging Rowing Injuries

    As any rower has experienced, rowing combines a relatively high level of muscular power output combined with endurance. This is part of the reason why athletes have to be extremely fit to participate in this sport, and why it’s an attractive option for recreational athletes looking to maximize their fitness benefits. After all, who wouldn’t...

  • Why the rowing machine is the best form of cardio

    When it comes to getting exercise and cardio there are plenty of options at the gym.  One of this options is the rowing machine.  Usually, you use this one to work upper and lower muscular endurance.  It is actually one of the most common pieces of equipment in gyms and among athletes. The basics A...

  • Training for Rowing at Home – Exercises you can do in your Own Backyard

    How convenient it would be if you can bring the gym at home. For some people however, it may sound expensive and out of reach. But that shouldn’t be the case all the time. You can always find ways to be able to exercise in your own home. If you are into rowing and you...

  • Maintaining Your Hands After Rowing

    As most rowers quickly realize, the sport of rowing is highly demanding and places an even bigger strain on the upper body, especially the back, shoulders, and elbows. However, what many rowers overlook is wrist and hand health. This usually isn’t crucial to maintaining a personal best time, but rather, simply becomes an annoyance along...