This week we have a different guest writer each day giving you new perspectives on things to help you row, scull, cox or coach faster crews.
Today, Patricia Carswell, the “Girl on the River” blogger leads off with her party piece on things that really make her MAD and how to avoid her wrath.
Tomorrow Jim Flood and correspondent Steven Aitken discuss his e-book on “Balance” in the rowing boat – they expect your comments.
Jacqueline Pigdon is a transplanted Australian who is offering coaching in both sculling and mental skills for sport in London – she shares her 7 top tips for single scull racing starts and how to avoid swimming on the first stroke.
Kiwi World Gold Medallist, Nicola Coles adds her thoughts about how to get to “The next level” in your rowing by illustrating her move from keen novice up to the fastest womens pair in the world.
And on Friday we’ve got some Injury Avoidance and Rehabilitation advice from the London Clinic.
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