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  • The Rowing Stroke Cycle ebook cover
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    Focus on the catch

    • Rebecca Caroe
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    Placing the blade before you push.  Possibly the hardest thing to do in rowing. Here’s a round-up of expert insight from the Rowperfect blog archive
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    Duncan Holland: How I try to teach good rowing

    • Rebecca Caroe
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    To coach a skill such as rowing you need a technical  model.  I have such a model which is a result of all my rowing and
  • masters rowing, Duncan Holland, Masters Quad, women rowing,rowperfect
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    Praise is OK!

    • Duncan Holland
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    I have just finished an enjoyable weekend coaching the Tyred Swans, an Auckland Masters rowing group.  Like most Masters they are short on coaching and
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    Leander brings Sri Lankan Coach to UK

    • Rebecca Caroe
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    Leander Club to host International Rowing Coach from Sri Lanka As a curtain-raiser to its bicentenary celebrations next year Leander Club invited a coach from
  • blind rower, remote coxswain
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    Remote steering for blind rowers

    • Rebecca Caroe
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    Today we bring you a heartwarming story of a coach whose innovation enables his blind athlete to race against able-bodied athletes.  This was first published
  • Tim Crooks sculling at Henley
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    One thing to teach scullers to do better

    • Rebecca Caroe
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    When planning my interview with Penny Chuter for RowingChat, I wanted to ask her When watching rowing today, what’s the number one thing you think

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