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Rowe.rs workshop – why use biomechanics

An interesting post by the training platform site for rowers Rowe.rs where they describe a presentation made by guest speaker Connie Draper to talk about why to use biomechanics https://rowe.rs/why-use-biomechanics/ One of the main focuses in the article is the mention of measuring … Continue reading

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Other sites using TRIMP for rowing

Adding on to the post yesterday on the StravistiX – Sander has updated his blog with a post talking about other sites that use TRIMP and comparing his data across a number of sites – worth a read! Over on … Continue reading

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StravistiX – A Strava plugin which can help with rowing

StravistiX is a chrome plugin for your Strava account that lets you track your workouts over time and gives you an idea how your fitness/fatigue is changing over time. How does it do that? Well it basically uses your recorded … Continue reading

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The 2016 rowingmusings Rowing Tech Xmas list

Well it’s the time of year for a Good wish list, so I thought I’d throw together a short list of some of the better gadgets out there for rowers just in case anyone needed a last minute idea for … Continue reading

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NK Empower gate starts to ship

Buff said really, NK have started to ship their gates out to people who have already pre-ordered  As I’m in the U.K. I’m hoping there will be an announcement of availability over here soon, plus announcements from data management companies … Continue reading

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HOCR and hands on with the NK Empower Oarlock

Last weekend I was able to attend the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, Massachusetts in the USA – I was excited to go, both because I was racing in the Club 1x event but also because I knew … Continue reading

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Power Measuring in Rowing – Book Review of “Training and Racing with a Power Meter” with a rowing angle — Rowsandall

A good overview of using power meters in cycling and how that theory could be used in rowing – If you haven’t already come across Sander’s blog id recommend following it for interesting insights into training and excellent reviews of … Continue reading

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