Tag Archives: sculling

Choosing a camera to film rowing (part 2)

Quite a while ago I wrote a post about the best camera to use for rowing, since then there has been a lot of updates to the cameras, and even some new contenders have appeared, so I thought it would … Continue reading

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Update to Rowing in Motion pricing structure

Theres been a recent update to the Rowing in Motion app where the developers have decided to change the pricing structure of the app and I think its worth writing a quick post to highlight the changes. Previously the app … Continue reading

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Using an iPad to edit, review and coach rowing videos

At the recent coaches talk with Robin Williams that I blogged about previous, one question that was asked was “What piece of tech do you think is most useful for coaching?”, to which he instantly answered the Camcorder. Camcorders allow … Continue reading

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Interview with Connie Draper – Biomechanist for AIS rowing

When browsing the tube of you recently I found this video of an interview with Connie Draper by Sykes Racing which was really interesting so I thought I’d link it here and briefly post comments on what she said and … Continue reading

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OarInspired – Show your interest

Just a quick post to highlight that I noticed today that Oarinspired have updated¬†their website to mention proposed availability of their product: http://www.oarinspired.com.au/index.php/availability It is good to see that Oarinspired have committed to¬† a “low margin high volume approach to … Continue reading

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Rowing Telemetry – Just for the elite?

Previously I’ve touched on several companies that either have on the market, or are looking to bring onto the market, products for measuring the boat telemetry or a rowers stroke in order to see ways of improving that stroke to … Continue reading

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