Category Archives: Podcast Episodes

Rowing Injuries on RowingChat

Andy Franklyn-Miller, rowing doctor

RowingChat this week is with Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller an expert in sports injuries and a rowing coach. He is a world expert on how to rehab from injury and really understands rowing as a sport from a recovery point of view too.  There are 3 free resources to help your mobility and personal recovery from training […]

FitClub on RowingChat

The FitClub app

RowingChat this week is with the founder of the FitClub app.  Expat Kiwi, Athene McGregor Macdonald started the app when she couldn’t find a decent availability management crew management software programme for her club.  Today it’s the most straightforward interface for a rowing coach and club. We are doing a listener survey – could you […]

Jurgen Grobler Book authors on RowingChat

Jurgen Grobler, rowing biography,. more power book cover

RowingChat this week is with the authors of More Power, the Jurgen Grobler biography.  Jurgen is described as the most successful Olympic Rowing Coach ever, having won Gold Medals in ten separate Olympiads from Munich in 1972 to Rio in 2016.  Authors Chris Dodd and Hugh Matheson present each four year Olympic cycle and the […]

Julien Bahain on RowingChat

Julien Bahain

RowingChat is really delighted to be interviewing Julien Bahain international representative for both France and Canada [separately] and now finding life after rowing and working on the FISA Athletes Commission.    We are doing a listener survey – could you take a couple of minutes to tell us what you think about RowingChat? Listen to […]

Eric Murray the KiwiPair on RowingChat

Eric Murray rower, kiwi pair, NZ rowing

RowingChat is really delighted to be interviewing half of the world famous Kiwi Pair, Eric Murray.  Recently retired Eric and Hamish Bond enjoyed one of the longest runs of consecutive international wins at World Championships and Olympic games ever for endurance athletes. We are doing a listener survey – could you take a couple of […]

iCrew club management software on RowingChat

iCrew rowing Club Management Software

iCrew.club Software was developed by Kevin Goyena for use with his club, MBRSC.com where head coach Helen Tilghmann helped specify and improve it through active use. Read on for a special offer for RowingChat listeners. Listen to RowingChat with iCrew Software on SoundCloud Timestamps to the show 01:00 Introductions 05:00 Helen coaching skills as she […]

Robbie Manson on RowingChat

Robbie Manson, Tom Murry and Michael Brake

Known for being the current world record holder in 1x, Robbie Manson of Rowing New Zealand joined me on RowingChat with his crew mates Tom Murray and Michael Brake.  All three are in rehab and kindly made themselves available on Sunday afternoon… sorry I couldn’t publicise in advance. Listen to RowingChat with Robbie Manson on […]

Eira Parry parenting athletes on RowingChat

Eira Parry, rowing parent, parenting expert,

Eira is a rowing coach and athlete who started High-Performance Parenting offering support for parents of athletes involved in any sport at any level. HPP runs seminars, workshops and 1-2-1 sessions looking at subjects such as nutrition, anti-doping, sport/life balance and talking to a child about their sport. As well as supporting and advising parents, […]

Strength Coach Roundtable #11: Movement Assessments for Rowing

strength coach roundtable

Rowing strength coaches Will Ruth and Joe Deleo discuss movement assessments for rowing. How can we evaluate an athlete’s movement and use that information in our coaching? We talk application to strength training and rowing training so that you can get the most out of your movement in the weight-room as well as on the […]

Strength Coach Roundtable #10: Strength, Physical Therapy, Rowing

strength coach roundtable

Guest coaches Karen Calara and Caitlin McClain join the Roundtable for a discussion of how strength coaches, physical therapists, and rowing coaches can better support each other and work together to solve common rowing technical problems and ultimately build better, faster, healthier rowers. Tune in for specific advice for common technical problems of the stroke […]