We had an awesome RowingChat today with Steve Gladstone and have collated timestamps for the key points we covered during the interview. Below is a link to watch the video on YouTube or Listen on SoundCloud. Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and, as ever, tell your friends about RowingChat.
- 01:00 How to up-skill your coaching colleagues
- 03:00 Are all the athletes on the same training programme?
- 04:00 What to coach new athletes joining the crew
- 07:00 How to encourage dialogue with student athletes
- 08:00 Balancing training for the Harvard Yale Boat Race with 3k racing
- 13:00 Using technology in the rowing boat and what to measure and track
- 16:00 Training the mind and the body – events to prompt expansion and memorable workouts
- 31:00 Working with coxswains on long distance rows. Measurable criteria GPS average and targets
This is not water ballet – Steve Fairbairn [buy all his books – Steve Fairbairn On Rowing]
- 35:00 Influx of international students to Yale and US Universities
- 39:00 Impact of international students on their home national teams
- 33:00 How I select rowers – observation of development from day one.
Switch Across on the water (seat racing), Timed Pieces
- 36:00 Favourite drills for rhythm and run – “Add a Pair”. The heavy load versus the light load
- 38:00 My one change at Yale that made a difference. Faith in the Process of the Endeavour: Proper action develops faith.
- 43:00 The “Phoenix Class” of 3015