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  • Youth Learn to Row » Community Rowing, Inc.
    handle the equipment and the elements of proper rowing technique Also covered as part of Learn to Row is coxing technique boat safety and concepts of physical well being including hydration core strength flexibility and diet Learn to Row uses rowing machines and rowing catamarans at the beginning of each session so that rowers can get a sense of the rowing stroke in a stable environment By the end of Learn to Row rowers will row in eight person training shells Participants have an opportunity at the end of each week to scrimmage in a friendly intramural environment Good attendance is crucial to safety and maximum learning Rowers must attend all classes during the first two weeks of a term and are encouraged to choose another term if they cannot commit to a minimum of 80 class attendance overall The goal of the program is to introduce new rowers to the fundamentals of sweep rowing and develop a solid foundation of skills in a fun supportive environment Participants will acquire the basics of the sport and develop a solid foundation of skills and knowledge of rowing which they can then build upon in Crew League or a Competitive Novice program

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/youth-rowing/youth-learn-to-row/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Crew League » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Newton Sign Up Crew League Youth Crew League is a recreational noncompetitive coed program for rowers who have completed Youth Learn to Row Crew League builds upon and continues to develop and refine the basic skills acquired in Learn to Row Rowers will move from the barge a skill development tool to rowing in eight person training shells Crew League athletes learn posture balance control timing and touch through interactive games and activities They gain proficiency in rowing terminology and begin to apply the developing skills to the sport of rowing Crew League is offered in the spring and fall in two day T Th or three day M W F after school sessions for six weeks and in June as a two week pre summer session M F 9 am 12 pm The two day option is recommend for rowers aged 12 14 and the three day option for rowers aged 14 16 Crew League rowers who would like to continue rowing during the summer are eligible to sign up for our Summer Skills Development Clinics in which they continue to build on rowing technique boat skills safety rules of the river and fitness Summer Skills Development Clinics are

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/youth-rowing/crew-league/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Summer Recreational » Community Rowing, Inc.
    consecutive sessions The sessions meet Monday through Friday from 9 am 12 pm or 1 4 pm A pre summer session is available in June and regular sessions begin in July and run throughout the summer Youth Summer Learn to Row introduces boys and girls aged 12 18 to the fundamentals of sweep rowing including rowing and coxing technique and boat safety Basic concepts of physical well being including hydration diet flexibility and core strength for rowing are also covered Rowers will have an opportunity to race at the end of each week in a friendly intramural environment The program will be taught in a fun and supportive environment with a goal of developing a solid foundation of skills We offer two levels of summer skills clinics Summer Skills Development and Summer Skills Advanced In the skills clinics rowers will continue to build on their rowing technique boat skills safety rules of the river and fitness Participants must have taken Learn to Row to participate Summer Skills Development is for athletes who have just completed Learn to Row or who have completed Learn to Row and continued on to recreational Crew League but have not yet rowed for a full year fall and spring season Summer Skills Advanced is for rowers who have rowed for two seasons fall and spring in Crew League or Novice Competitive and will focus on improving the rowing stroke and preparing rowers for future competition For athletes with one or more seasons of competitive experience emphasis is placed on fitness and technique in a friendly intramural competitive environment The program covers the fundamental mechanics of the rowing stroke provides regular opportunities for racing in sweep and occasionally sculling boats and reviews and supports healthy habits of responsible athleticism Full attendance is expected as well as

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/youth-rowing/summer-recreational/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Summer Competitive » Community Rowing, Inc.
    on to row for major programs such as Harvard Yale Princeton Dartmouth University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University of Washington and University of California at Berkley Competition Race U19 and U17 events at US Rowing Club National Championships Interested athletes based on coaches selection and discretion may attend Canadian Henley Who U19 Women 7 50 and under U17 Women 8 20 and under U19 Men 6 50 and under U17 Men 7 10 and under Or Apply to Coach Program is not available for U23 athletes Where Harry Parker Boathouse Boston MA When 6 17 16 7 20 16 Race at Club Nationals 7 20 16 8 7 16 Interested athletes only to race at Canadian Henley Practice Schedule Our competitive youth summer practice schedule is Monday Through Saturday Practices Monday through Friday run 8 45 11 00 1 30 4 00 Saturday practice is 8 45 11 00 only How Much CRI Member Before March 30 th 3650 After March 30 th 3850 Non CRI Rower Before March 30 th 4650 After March 30 th 4850 Additional 1850 for athletes selected for Canadian Henley FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST Costs include travel lodging during travel coaching and facilities Housing in

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/youth-rowing/summer-competitive/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Programs » Community Rowing, Inc.
    students can progress to Novice Sweeps This is perfect for people of all fitness levels and previous athletic experience See more Sculling 1 Sculling One really encompasses the CRI mission of getting every one on the water no matter what Rowers in Sculling One will learn the traffic patterns of the river how to navigate and how to row Rowers will embark onto the Charles in safe stable Alden shells The coaches of Sculling one do a great job creating a safe fun environment for the new CRI sculler See more Back to top ADULT RECREATIONAL ROWING Novice Sweeps Already completed Intro to Rowing Your next step is Novice Sweeps Expect to experience more of the grace and power of rowing as you work on skills and fitness See more Sweeps 1 Do you already have some rowing experience and are eager to improve your technique fitness level and strength Join Sweeps I to build your rowing skills and work in a group environment while enjoying the beauty and excitement of the Charles River See more Sweeps 2 The final level of our recreational program Sweeps 2 is for athletes of all ages who have a solid background in rowing and now want to take their skills to the next level while challenging their fitness and strength If you love the raw power and excitement of 8 s rowing the camaraderie of a team environment and the chance to work on your own technical goals then you ll enjoy Sweeps 2 See more Sculling 1 4 Sculling programs are the best way to take control of your Charles River experience Come and glide through the water in a personal rowing boat Begin with Sculling 1 and get an introduction to the sport in our stable training boats Next take Sculling 2 where you will transition to less stable singles and build on your skills In Sculling 3 you will be rowing in team boats and see parts of the river you have never been Finally enroll in Sculling 4 to refine your technique and take the Captain s Test to become a free range sculler This makes you eligible to participate in CRI s Logbook Sculling program where you will have access to single person club boats to take out on your own See more Logbook Sculling Logbook Sculling is for the rower who has passed the CRI Captains Test and cleared to row CRI club singles Boats and Oars are available on a first come first serve basis There is an additional test for the 2x These tests are for the rower s safety Logbook sculling is a great way to gain access to one of the best rowing spots in the country See more Back to top ADULT COMPETITIVE ROWING Men s Competitive Team The CRI Competitive Men s team is a year long coached program giving experienced rowers over the age of 21 the opportunity to train seriously receive top notch coaching and compete both locally and

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs (2016-04-25)
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  • Coxswains » Community Rowing, Inc.
    critical role in a sweeps boat ensuring safety by steering They create a competitive edge by coordinating the power and rhythm of the rowers and delivers information motivation and encouragement to the crew Do you have experience as a coxswain or have you always wanted to learn We would love to hear from you to help you find the right fit with one of our sweeps programs Our competitive and

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/adult-rowing/coxswains/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Private Lessons » Community Rowing, Inc.
    technique a CRI coach will meet with you at your convenience After work Over lunch A corporate get together Let us know and we can accommodate your schedule Anyone taking private lessons must be a registered participant of another CRI program or have registered and paid the CRI Facilities Fee of 140 To sign up for the facilities fee click here Individuals who have not paid the Facilities Fee will be charged 25 in addition to the lesson fee so for one hour it would be 100 rather than 75 If you plan on taking four or more lessons you may want to consider paying the Facilities Fee Facilities Fee at CRI Community Support fees allow us to maintain the boathouse and equipment and to keep the building open to our rowers seven days a week Community Supporters enjoy access to more than 50 rowing machines spin cycles weight room and locker rooms The Facilities Fee once paid is good for the remainder of the calendar year Waiver Forms Individuals who have not paid the Facilities Fee must sign a waiver Fee Forms Fee forms are available at the front desk Payment We accept exact cash check Master Card and

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/adult-rowing/private-lessons/ (2016-04-25)
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  • U-23 Men’s Summer Rowing Camp » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Men s Summer Rowing Camp June 8th August 8th Register Here Harry Parker Boathouse 20 Nonantum Road Brighton MA 02135 Coaches Gavin Kelley Boston College Men George Munger Tufts Men CRI Junior Men Program Details The CRI U 23 Summer rowing program offers a competitive team environment for male rowers who are looking to train and race over the summer The program will run for 8 weeks and focus on improving fitness and technique The focus of the racing schedule will be The Canadian Henley Regatta Additional racing opportunities will be considered based on level of interest Athletes can expect to row in small boats 4s and 8s with the focus being on finding the fastest possible lineups for racing opportunities Sculling boats will be available to those with prior sculling experience The team size will be between 8 and 24 rowers plus coxswains Price 350 program fee plus travel and regatta expenses Coxswains do not pay the program fee CRI Facility Fee is also required Practice Schedule M T W Th Fr Sat AM 6 30 8 30 AM 6 30 8 30 AM 6 30 8 30 AM 6 30 8 30 AM 8 00 10 30 PM

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/programs/adult-rowing/u-23-mens-summer-rowing-camp/ (2016-04-25)
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