Rowing and Mobility – Part two – Hip Flexors

Hip Flexor Mobility for Rowers In Part 1, we discussed what “tightness” really is (and what it isn’t), why mobility is so much more than just flexibility alone, and how to address mobility restrictions in the thoracic spine. In Part 2, we discuss the big bad hip flexor muscles. Hip flexors have become a popular […]

Rowing and Mobility – Thoracic Spine

This is part two of our mobility session for rowers.  Strenght Coach Will Ruth, our author and Renate (in German) will give answers in case you have any questions. Thoracic Spine Mobility for Rowers Now that you know a lot about why flexibility, strength, and technique are all important factors in the mobility puzzle, each article in […]

Go Rowing with a Stylish Flair – Watershoes and Wellies

Gosch Shoes Sylt Women's Boots Rubber Boots Waterproof Green

Who says dressing practically has to mean sacrificing style? Certainly not us rowers. We are wearing our rowing gear including sneakers or boring water shoes. Not very innovative. And that is were fashion could start. Read this post about stylish rubber boots. “Like many rowers, I spend a fair bit of time wading around in […]

Kafue River & Rowing Centre

River surrounded by grass and trees

Kafue River & Rowing Centre: This is one of the most important fundraising project in our rowing community. You remember: In November and December this fundraising project was on our website. Other organisation shared the same attention. Overall this project got enormous contribution. Here is what www.worldrowing.com has posted about the project. Kafue River & Rowing […]

How fast are you: Part 1

A while ago my young son asked me what I wanted for my birthday. Point-blank I told him I want “SPEED!” Lots of speed. A big package of speed . . . as much speed as he could possibly find. Forget the ribbon, no card needed. Just give me tons and tons of speed. Bring […]