This is a guerilla style row! I show you how you can squeeze in a row figuratively and literally. Who has to time to workout....? Who has room to workout.....? I demonstrate it all during this 40 minute row, which is awesome. For additional entertainment I am visited by bipeds and quadrupeds. The beginning of the workout is with a dry shirt and by the end of it soaking wet.
Rowing is an amazing stress reliever. Mentally it is a wonderful feeling to come out of a workout recovered and ready for new and old challenges.
This is an intermediate workout with rates hovering around 28. The time flew by fast. I can't wait for the next row.
This was another great workout, completely conform to what we want to achieve during every row, enjoyment of working out, sweaty shirt, feeling great, and better balanced. I joke about it all the time but there is major truth about it, rowing makes us calmer individuals, rowing tenderizes our patience threshold, the more you row the less likely you will go "postal". In this row we warm up technically and proceed with power intervals at lower stroke rates. To finish off we push a six minute pyramid. By the end of this workout we were all happily spent. This workout is INTERMEDIATE TO HARD, it all depends as to how much you want to spin the wheel each stroke. :-)
Here is our latest workout. We pushed through technique exercises to make sure that we all understood the fundamentals of the rowing stroke: the power comes from the largest muscle groups first. The workout length: 45 minutes and we drove long strokes mixed in with upper body and arm only pieces. We easily broke a great sweat while enjoying the workout. It is your turn now to enjoy this rowing workout :-)
These workouts are available as ZIP downloads in two different resolutions. We have smaller files for smart phones and larger files for flat screen TVs.
This workout is dedicated to a junior single sculler who trains in Gainesville Florida. We start out with a technical warm up reminding everyoneone what it feels like to hold an oar in either hand when sculling a single. We break a good sweat by driving intervals that grow gradually longer. This is a perfect workout to get used to head racing stroke rates. For those rowers who don't know the term "head race", it is a race against the clock on a course that is rarely straight, unlike sprint races which are. Head races are 3 to 4 miles long, some are even longer... Sprint racing is 1000 meters (0.7 miles) to 2000 meters (1.4 miles). Enjoy this workout as much as we did. :-)