Tag Archives: sculling

Nielsen Kellerman Speedcoach GPS model 2.0 review

As mentioned back in January, Nielsen-Kellerman have now released their new Speedcoach GPS model 2 which allows you to set up workouts on the unit and, more importantly, also released their Link PC software which allows you to download your … Continue reading

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NK release an updated model of their GPS Speedcoach – The Speedcoach GPS2

This month NK have released an updated model of their GPS Speedcoach, the Speedcoach GPS2. From the outside, not much appears to have changed. The case and the screen are both the same so the two models do appear very … Continue reading

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Oarinspired arrives on kickstarter

Just a short post today to highlight that following what sounded like a successful stand at the Sydney World Cup last weekend that Oarinspired have now put their product onto kickstarter for a final push to get the product onto the … Continue reading

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Setting rowing training intensity with lactate testing

We all know how much time and effort professional athletes put into their sports, rowing in the GB squad for example is now a full time job with most of them training 7 days a week in order to reach … Continue reading

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Rowing Chats – Alan Campbell on the Biomechanics of the Rowing Stroke

Following on from the last post highlighting the rowing chat service, I also wanted to expand on some comments that Alan Campbell made during his rowing chat which was related to rowing biomechanics. At around 8 mins into the interview, Alan was … Continue reading

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A day with Biorow

Several times on this blog I have talked about rowing telemetry and how I feel that Telemetry and power meters are the next big step needed to keep moving the sport of rowing ahead, but I have to admit that … Continue reading

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Doing a rough validation of the Rowing in Motion app

This last weekend I was able to have some telemetry testing in my single done by Biorow which I plan to write about in detail in the near future, but for this quick post I thought it would be interesting … Continue reading

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