Rowperfect UK has teamed up with Oxford University to create a motivational playlist that is scientifically* proven to get you completely psyched for your erg sessions. WARNING: overload of adrenaline likely. Designed specifically to get you through a gruelling 45 minute session, the playlist starts with some well known tunes to get you pumped up […]
With grateful thanks to Mike Sullivan for digging these three pieces out for us. Three types of masters rower – which one are you? (author of Sculling Safety Manual and Teaching Sculling to Beginners and Handling your sculling boat on land and water) I found it. I wrote a Master’s Trilogy for us older rowers back […]
Ever wanted a live stream video in your boat to see what’s in front of you? Wait no longer – the Hyndsight Vision is designed for you. Introducing CRUZ and JOURNEY by Hyndsight Vision Systems, Inc. Built by rowers for rowers and coxswains – these are two different cameras – a wide angle (Journey) or […]
In pursuit of its high performance objectives, UK sport is seeking the public’s views. British Rowing sent its members an email inviting us to take part. For the first time, UK Sport has opened an online consultation process with the British public for their view of how UK Sport should fund high performance sport. The […]
Our good friends at RTB have published their Christmas newsletter. Go take a look
We’ve had some customers get in touch asking if the new RP3 monitor will retro fit to the RP classic machine. There are two conditions which must be met You need an interface with the RP3W software on it [it won’t work with the RPW software on reprogrammed DOS interfaces] You need to have “boomerang” […]
This last RowingChat podcast of the year is going out with a bang. We’re interviewing one of the biggest names in New Zealand rowing and an athlete who has raised the standard of the competitive sculling world… Mahé Drysdale Mahé has 10 World Gold Medals under his belt for his rowing career. A New Zealand sculler […]
John Driessen, Bronze medal winning coach at the London Olympics discusses the differences between Lightweight and Heavyweight crews. Who should win? The Australian national team in training set their lightweight four against their heavyweight four. See the race here!