Join RowingChat with Masters Rowing Specialist, Marlene Royle

RowingChat Faster Masters transitioning out of winter

By Rebecca Caroe

Marlene Royle is a welcome return guest on RowingChat today with a talk focused on how to transition out of winter training and back onto the water for the summer. Timestamps for Marlene Royle RowingChat 01:00 Introductions and personal background in rowing 05:00 Transitioning off the erg.  Ergometer training is a linear world. Water rowing is […]

RowingChat is 4 years old

By Rebecca Caroe

Tomorrow – 20th March 2017, is the fourth anniversary of the very first RowingChat interview. Carlos Dinares – you kicked off the whole Rowing Podcast phenomenon.  We Thank You! In this interview Carlos explains how he discovered the Rowperfect RP3 as an aide to teaching excellent technique and fast boats. Carlos develops athletes for the US […]

RowingChat: Data analysis for rowing with Sander Roosendaal

By Rebecca Caroe

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 […]

RowingChat with Phil Simmons

By Rebecca Caroe

Streamed live on Feb 13, 2017 Phil is an Olympian and former international sweep rower who has successfully switched into coaching. He has been 7 years at Kingston Grammar School coaching boys and girls. Timestamps for topics in the podcast. 0:01 introductions and background in rowing 0:02 Transitioning from being an athlete to being a […]

RowingChat with Guin Batten beach rowing pioneer

By Rebecca Caroe

RowingChat today was with Guin Batten a pioneer leading new racing formats for beach rowing, coastal rowing and an energetic ambassador for the sport. She has taken on many new challenges such as rowing in the Maldives, winning the Coastal Rowing world championships and inventing beach rowing for the World Beach Games since winning a silver […]

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RowingChat with Sara Hendershot Intensity Training Specialist Rowing Coach

By Rebecca Caroe

RowingChat today was with Sara Hendershot-Lombardi, a pioneer introducing High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) to rowing coaching. She discovered this alternative method of training after serious personal injury, rehabilitation and recovery as she challenged for a place in the US Rowing team for Rio Olympics. Sara runs Rowfficient, the training company whose Project UP is […]

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Sara Hendershot on RowingChat

By Rebecca Caroe

Next Rowing chat is going to be lively – I’m talking to Sarah Hendershot (Lombardi) about Project Unlock Potential her innovative approach to rowing training using intensity, strength and skill as a shortcut to boat speed. If you want to climb the rowing ladder FASTER and more efficiently, this is a MUST-attend event. Join Rowing […]

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Join RowingChat with Sara Hendershot

By Jeremy Peskey

Rowperfect is delighted to have Sara Hendershot, Olympic athlete and elite rowing coach join us on RowingChat. Join RowingChat with Sara Hendershot Sara grew up as the oldest of four siblings in Simsbury, CT. She played many sports growing up and tried rowing at Simsbury High School, where she was immediately hooked. She was recruited […]

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Womens Rowing in the UK RowingChat

By Rebecca Caroe

We had an awesome RowingChat today about the history of international British Women’s rowing. Jo Toch, Pauline Bird, Kate Grose all rowed for Great Britain and Helena Smalman-Smith is a rowing historian of the period.  We have collated timestamps for the key points we covered during the interview.  Below is a link to watch the video […]

RowingChat: A Look at Women’s Rowing in the UK

By Jeremy Peskey

“The advancement of British women’s rowing and their leading world status today is very recent.  RowingChat interviews three athletes who were instrumental building the foundations for today’s successes, along with a historian of women’s rowing, Joanna Toch, Kate Grose, Pauline Peel and Helena Smalman-Smith join us to discuss the history of women’s rowing in the UK, how […]