Speed and Cadence monitors for Kayak Canoe

By Rebecca Caroe

Whether you are rowing or paddling, and no matter what the craft, speed is a great metric to measure. Sometimes however, you need a little more. Measuring cadence (stroke rate) can give you a real insight as to how well (or not) you are training. It can help you whether you train solo, or as […]

Sinkovic brothers rowing

A Few Tips From The Best Rowers On Earth

By Rebecca Caroe

We’re less than a year removed from the Rio Olympics, which was a thrilling spectacle for rowing enthusiasts. This is a sport that a lot of people take on in their personal lives, either for exercise or for the sake of competition. But as a spectator sport it isn’t always the most accessible option. This […]

Join us – blogging on Rowperfect

By Rebecca Caroe

Would you like to upload your rowing blogs and articles and share them with a wider audience? Use the Rowperfect blog Guest Blogging tool – it’s WordPress and easy to use. http://www.rowperfect.co.uk/submit-post/ If you say ‘yes’ to blogging on Rowperfect there are a couple of caveats we proof read it before publishing please allow us […]

Strength Coach Roundtable #6: Deadlifting for Rowers

By StrengthCoachWill

We changed up the format a bit for this episode and spent the whole time just talking about one lift. If there’s only one lift you can do for rowing, we could make an argument for the deadlift. It’s an awesome lift with a ton of carryover to rowing, for performance, reinforcing technical cues and coaching, […]

Prize Draw for March 2017

By Rebecca Caroe

Each month subscribers to the Rowperfect newsletter are included in a free prize draw to win one of our products. This month (March) we have this prize:  Sander Roosendaal gives memberships for Rowsandall data analysis for rowing Get Yourself signed up and become eligible to WIN by clicking on the “Join Us” box below, add your email […]

Essential Winter Rowing Clothing Guide

By Rebecca Caroe

Training doesn’t stop just because winter arrives. The winter season is often the best time to build up steady mileage and to get your body prepared for summer. While rowing is always about passion and fun, rowing in the rain, wind and even snow is not the most pleasurable thing to do. The freezing winter […]

A Sample Strength Training Routine for Rowers

By opeleroy

This workout was designed for a group of male high school-aged rowers, and was created by strength coach Matrixx Ferreira, CSCS, of Iron Athletics Canada. The workout can be done by athletes from junior to senior ages, so long as the rowers have a grasp of the fundamentals of basic lifting. As always when hitting […]

Performance Psych for Rowing

Strength Coach Roundtable #5: Performance Psych for Rowing

By StrengthCoachWill

The Strength Coach Roundtable hosted a monster of a podcast about performance psych for rowing as we went nearly 90 minutes straight and all felt like we still had more to talk about. Will, Blake, and Joe were joined by guest Sara Hendershot for a discussion of performance psychology in rowing and how you can use […]

New Rowing Bike gets 500,000 facebook views in 10 days!

By rupertcattell

A prototype of the new rowing bike www.roadrower.com was recently featured on the BBC Bristol news and got more than half a million facebook views in 10 days!! The Roadrower was invented by a former world champion oarsman; it mirrors the rowing action and is a fantastic land-based training machine. It was recently tested by […]

1984 Lake Casitas regatta finishing-line. The last stroke of the M4+ Olympic final

Rowing should ‘get out’ of the Olympics

By Rebecca Caroe

A guest post by Craig Allely The current proposal by FISA to change the Olympic Rowing Events to fit in with the grand plan by the International Olympic Committee is another schizophrenic attempt by FISA to comply with the unreasonable dictates of the parent organization. The current proposal will disadvantage the current advantaged and vice […]