Category Archives: Rowing Data

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There is no shortage of training advice for rowers. “Train more”, “Avoid the black hole”, “Train smarter” (whatever that means), “Train like the Danes”, “Avoid junk meters”.  The best research has found that what works best for one rower might not work for another. So what can you do? Plan. Execute. Measure. Adjust. Repeat. Today […]

Data Integrity: when to trust your rowing data?

rowing data heart rate

Verifying the Accuracy of Measurements-Introduction In my last post on tracking rowing data, I received a comment regarding the accuracy and measurement of observations—heart rate, in particular. This provided me with an idea to evaluate the best way I know how: take some measurements and compare to establish an estimate of data integrity. One of […]

Rowing force curve analysis

SAS Institute, British Rowing, Helen Glover rowing in the tank at Royal Albert Dock, London

Although often thought of as a “pulling” sport, in fact, rowing is much more dependent on the “pushing” forces of a rower’s legs. To demonstrate this, SAS, the Official Analytics Partner of British Rowing,  invited double Olympic champion Helen Glover to row in an indoor practice tank rigged with sensors on the oars and footplates. […]

RowingChat: Data analysis for rowing with Sander Roosendaal

Streamed live on March 5th, 2017 Sander is a leader in the field of rowing analytics and has created the website Rowsandall.com to enable others to upload and review rowing data in order to improve their training outcomes. Timestamps for topics in the podcast. 0:01 introductions and background in rowing and data analysis 0:02 What got you […]

Why train if you can’t measure progress?

Feedback from a customer who just started using the Coxmate GPS software. The software is amazing!  In my humble opinion (as a professional marketer) I think you maybe missing a trick here as to how you are selling your products.  At the moment you seem to be focusing on the hardware – nobody actually wants […]