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  • January Erg Workouts Part 1 » Community Rowing, Inc.
    goal of this workout is to maintain an average power output watts while the stroke rate decreases This method forces the person to change the tempo and timing in order to maintain longer more powerful strokes while learning to press harder through the drive and recover more slowly ideally 1 3 This workout is great for beginners adults kids experienced or not Warm Up 4 Warm up by erging feet out light pressure moderate comfortable rate full slide stop 5 Warm up cont d feet in 1 20 1 22 1 24 1 26spm 1 paddle Workout Part1 Set Damper 110 Df Benchmark 500m Erg at a moderate comfortable pace 24 26spm as if out for a light run Record remember your Average Power in Watts for that 500m piece Part2 Set Monitor using the Intervals Variable Function for the following 3 24 2 22 1 20 0 00 rest between intervals you simply want the countdown timer to renew each piece so there is a distinct time to change rates MOST IMPORTANT PART YOU MUST MAINTAIN i e stay above YOUR AVE WATT OUTPUT for ALL rates even at the slower rates PERFORM 4 times x4 6 minutes per

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  • CRI Hosts Worlds First Inclusion Relay » Community Rowing, Inc.
    course culminated in running all aspects of the IceMelter indoor regatta What made the IceMelter so special The indoor regatta hosted the worlds first inclusion erg relay What is an inclusion erg relay you ask It is an event where four person teams simultaneously rowed 500 meters Each member in the relay was either an adaptive athlete or they were an able bodied athlete racing in an adaptive category This was accomplished by breaking the teams up into four categories arms shoulders trunk arms legs trunk arms physically disabled and legs trunk arms visually impaired Check out the two videos of the event and see the excitement Also keep an eye out for a follow up story later this winter where we will take a more in depth look at adaptive rowing para rowing and inclusion rowing Posted by on December 22 2015 Tags IRL Adaptive Rowing Para Rowing Inclusion Rowing Rowing Education 0 Comments Post your comment Your name Your email address will not be published Your website URL Comments Spam protection question what is two plus five Comments No one has commented on this page yet RSS feed for comments on this page RSS feed for all comments

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  • Introducing #CRI365 » Community Rowing, Inc.
    have any content that you believe could be included in CRI365 please email Andrew Hess CommunityRowing Org To see CRI365 follow us online Twitter CRIBoston Instagram CRIBoston Facebook Community Rowing Inc CRI LinkedIn Community Rowing Inc Posted by on December 21 2015 Tags CRI365 News Social Media 0 Comments Post your comment Your name Your email address will not be published Your website URL Comments Spam protection question what is

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  • IRL Alumni Spotlight - Hugo Gulliver » Community Rowing, Inc.
    at how few of the coaches that I compete against have had this formal education and experience I suddenly realized that I am in position to produce far faster crews Having now returned to the UK after graduation I am Senior Coach at the University of London Boat Club It s an environment slightly different to any college rowing program in the USA as the option to row here as a graduate student also exists We have many athletes combining training with heavy academic work loads such as medical or business school students The result is quite often athletes have to train in smaller groups and at differing times of day This means it s very much a case of building the best training program which these highly driven athletes can then complete around their studies With the depth of knowledge I now have into the physiology of rowing combined with the experience of all the coaching staff here we believe we have written one of the best training programs out there to allow our athletes to achieve high performance Taking the time to fully immerse myself in studying rowing at the IRL was an invaluable experience In a day to day coaching role it can often be hard to find the time to study rowing to the depths the IRL allows and if someone is very serious about the profession of rowing coach then the IRL has to be a pre requisite before they step much further Where I am today and where I m heading along my career path has been positively altered by boarding that plane and going to the IRL The Institute for Rowing Leadership at Community Rowing Inc offers the only sport specific graduate level coaching education program in the USA The IRL provides an

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  • Do You Know Your Heart Rate Monitors? » Community Rowing, Inc.
    heart muscle depolarizes on each beat The PPG is what we see most commonly in the strapless heart rate monitors Athletic watches are a product that commonly use this technology PPG uses light absorption to measure the expansion of our arterial diameter which occurs during each heart beat So which is better The PPG technology has been around for several years but was primarily used in controlled medical setting In a consumer setting the PPG technology is often less accurate since it works best when there is very good contact between the device and your skin For example if you are exercising in the cold your goose bumps might get in the way of the sensor The next time you are looking at which monitor to purchase think about what fits you best so that you never skip a beat Institute for Rowing Leadership FOLLOW YOUR PASSION GAIN THE KNOWLEDGE LEARN BY DOING Posted by Community Rowing Inc on December 15 2015 Tags IRL at CRI Coaching Education Article Heart Rate Monitors Physiology Health Training Rowing Technology Fitness Technology 0 Comments Post your comment Your name Your email address will not be published Your website URL Comments Spam protection question

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    Rowing Leadership Facilities FAQ email Erg Studio Walk ins welcome Winter Training News 22 December 2015 CRI Hosts Worlds First Inclusion Relay Contact Harry Parker Boathouse 20 Nonantum Road Brighton MA 02135 Call us 617 779 8267 Fax us 617

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  • Home » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Rowing Leadership Facilities FAQ email Erg Studio Walk ins welcome Winter Training News 22 December 2015 CRI Hosts Worlds First Inclusion Relay Contact Harry Parker Boathouse 20 Nonantum Road Brighton MA 02135 Call us 617 779 8267 Fax us 617

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  • Home » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Rowing Leadership Facilities FAQ email Erg Studio Walk ins welcome Winter Training News 22 December 2015 CRI Hosts Worlds First Inclusion Relay Contact Harry Parker Boathouse 20 Nonantum Road Brighton MA 02135 Call us 617 779 8267 Fax us 617

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