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  • Monthly Coaching Education Series » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Tim Morgan Description In this group discussion Dr Morgan will explore alongside attendees training and recovery theories with an eye on helping coaches design more scientifically sound training programs while improving their athlete s training response and reducing injury and or overtraining FRIDAY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26TH 27TH 2016 Conference Theme Moving From the Middle to the Medals Keynote Speaker Dave O Neill University of Texas Head Coach Check out the What Works Summit page for full conference details including Conference Schedule List of Speakers Bios Registration Info TUESDAY JANUARY 19TH 2016 Check out the recorded podcast of the session here Topic Rigging Roundtable What will work best for your crew All New Round Table Format Featured Speakers Noel Wanner Tufts University and David Snowdon Community Rowing Inc We will examine optimal rigging using guiding questions such as After the boat is rigged square spreads pitches what do I change next Can I perform a test to discover my crew s optimal gearing How do I know it s a rower problem or rigging problem How do I confirm that my rigging adjustments are effective for my crew When observing my crews what should I look at to determine if the rig is effective or ineffective Should my less skilled crews be rigged the same as my fastest most skilled TUESDAY DECEMBER 15TH 2015 Featured Speaker Corey Lanois Harvard Athletic Trainer Topic Injuries in Rowing How to keep athletes on the water and get the most out of them when they re off the water Description Ever wonder how to avoid rowing specific injuries The demands of rowing pose unique challenges for athletes coaches and healthcare professionals with regards to injury The emphasis on both the technique and conditioning required for performance augment the detrimental effects of injury regardless of whether or not the athlete is taken off the water Additionally many rowing programs do not have access to appropriate healthcare resources In this discussion we will look at common rowing injuries rates of these injuries the mechanisms of the injuries and how to prevent them Specifically I will provide suggestions on how to modify training in such a way as to avoid and recover from rowing specific injury Furthermore we will also discuss the differences in healthcare resources from athletic trainers to physical therapists to chiropractors and emphasize how to maximize the benefit of those available to you TUESDAY NOVEMBER 17TH 2015 Featured Speakers Ellen Minzner CRI Director of Outreach and Brenda Balenger RowAmerica Manchester Executive Director Topic Introducing Para Rowing to Your Community Description In collaboration with US Paralympics and USRowing the November Coaching Education Series event will be an interactive and educational evening to facilitate the growth of Paralympic rowing opportunities in the New England region Learn how you can help integrate athletes with disabilities into your existing program host an inclusion or adaptive event or establish an adaptive program to serve people with disabilities in your community Para rowing involves all of us Coaches athletes and program

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  • IRL Media Coverage » Community Rowing, Inc.
    the Charles Regatta via USRowing 3 2 15 Experts talk speed at the What Works Summit Coaching Conference via The Boston Globe 2 23 15 Announcement of Class of 2016 Early Decision IRL Fellows via USRowing 2 19 15 Performance in the First 500 at What Works Summit 2015 via USRowing 1 30 15 Podcast on the IRL fellowship program with Director of Coaching Education Matt Lehrer via RowingRelated 12 23 14 IRL Student Diary Luke Wilhelm via USRowing 12 16 14 IRL Student Diary George Munger via USRowing 12 11 14 IRL Student Diary Hugo Gulliver via USRowing 12 1 14 The IRL and USRowing Announce Early Application Deadline via USRowing 11 25 14 The Institute for Rowing Leadership The Pathway for Making Coaching Your Profession via USRowing 10 31 14 Harvard Heavyweight Crew Adds IRL Fellow Hugo Gulliver to Coaching Staff via gocrimson com 10 1 14 IRL 12 Alumna Katie Lane Named Assistant Coach Recruiting Coordinator at Fordham University via fordhamsports com 9 26 14 Podcast with 14 IRL Graduate and Princeton University Assistant Coach Alex Mann on Coaching Pre Race Rituals via rowingillustrated com 8 28 14 George Mason Announces IRL Alumna 12 Katie O Driscoll as Assistant Coach via gomason com 6 23 14 Debut of A Year in the IRL Video via communityrowing org 4 28 14 USRowing and the Institute for Rowing Leadership Announce Incoming Class of 2015 IRL Fellows via USRowing 4 4 14 Podcast with Brown University IRL Exercise Physiology Professor Andrea Sobieraj on VO2 Testing via rowingillustrated com 3 17 14 Podcast with Presidential Award Winning Researcher and What Works Summit 2014 Speaker Dr Maria Urso on Athletes and the Use of Anti inflammatories during Recovery via rowingillustrated com 3 13 14 Teaching Coaches to Be Better Coaches Highlights the

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  • Facilities » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Studio Walk ins Welcome Photo Gallery CRI Calendar What s happening when Volunteer How to volunteer Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs Related Sites Community Rowing Inc Weddings Parties Community Gym Facilities CRI Team Events Personal Boat Storage Facilities Community Rowing CRI was founded in 1985 dedicated to the belief that the sport of rowing provides unique opportunities to promote personal and community growth through teamwork discipline and physical fitness We are committed to making these opportunities available to all thus our motto Rowing for All Since it s founding CRI has become one of the largest rowing programs in the United States with more than 1 500 people rowing with us annually Located on the Charles River an internationally recognized venue for rowing and a gem within the Massachusetts park system CRI was the first public rowing club in Boston and remains one of the largest in the United States CRI is committed to its mission of enriching the greater community and provides broad based programs for youth and adults of novice to elite skill levels The one constant at CRI through our 30 year history is the involvement of the community of rowers

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  • Weddings & Parties » Community Rowing, Inc.
    down dinner with dance floor and 220 for a cocktail reception The rental area consists of the 3 040 square foot Community Room on the second floor a kitchen and two balconies overlooking the Charles The Harry Parker Boathouse is fully accessible to all with elevators to the second floor and handicapped accessible restrooms Outdoor space may be rented for events with a capacity of more than 500 depending on schedule and availability Special permission may be granted for excursion boats to land on the docks to drop off or pick up passengers Smoking is strictly prohibited anywhere in or around the building and grounds including the balconies and the outside areas on the river side of the building Smokers must be directed toward the parking lot on the road side of the building Please see rental rules for additional information on other regulations Equipment included with rental to be set up broken down by client 20 round tables 5 diameter seating 8 each 10 maximum 5 rectangular tables 8 long approximately 2 5 wide seating 8 10 each 180 folding white wooden chairs cushioned seats Kitchen CRI maintains a galley kitchen with noncommercial appliances including refrigerator Catering CRI does not have a preferred caterer We require that any caterer be licensed in accordance with Massachusetts Department of Health regulations The caterer or the renter must remove all decorations food trash and cooking or serving items from CRI property immediately after the event Failure to do so will result in withholding of all or part of the security deposit Private Event Permits Fees It is the responsibility of the renter to secure the following under the renter s name at least 30 days before the event Department of Conservation and Recreation DCR Special Use Permit 45 One Day Liquor License

    Original URL path: http://www.communityrowing.org/facilities/weddings-and-parties/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Community Gym Facilities » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Forms Support CRI Community Rowing Inc Annual Fund Your Annual Fund Dollars at Work Planned Giving Endowed Funds Ways of Giving Donations Q As Events 2016 Learn to Row at CRI More Information 2016 CRI Newton New Location more information 2016 Sign up for Erg Studio Walk ins Welcome Photo Gallery CRI Calendar What s happening when Volunteer How to volunteer Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs Related Sites Community Rowing Inc Weddings Parties Community Gym Facilities CRI Team Events Personal Boat Storage Facilities Community Gym Facilities Boathouse Facilities and Equipment Located on the Charles River an internationally recognized attraction for rowing and a gem within the Massachusetts park system Community Rowing Inc was the first public rowing club in Boston and remains one of the largest in the United States CRI is committed to its mission of enriching the community and providing broad based programs for novice to elite youth and adults Use of the boathouse facilities and equipment is available to all members of CRI While we don t have membership dues we ask that all participants youth and adult pay a facilities fee which allows us to maintain the boathouse and keep

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  • CRI Team Events » Community Rowing, Inc.
    at Work Planned Giving Endowed Funds Ways of Giving Donations Q As Events 2016 Learn to Row at CRI More Information 2016 CRI Newton New Location more information 2016 Sign up for Erg Studio Walk ins Welcome Photo Gallery CRI Calendar What s happening when Volunteer How to volunteer Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs Related Sites Community Rowing Inc Weddings Parties Community Gym Facilities CRI Team Events Personal Boat Storage Facilities CRI Team Events Community Rowing teams may use the Community Room for team banquets when it does not conflict with programs There is no charge for CRI team events Equipment you may use Twenty 60 round tables 180 White Garden Chairs iPod Dock LCD Projector Screen CRI Team Event rental rules Only CRI Team Members and Families may attend a CRI Team Event No flammable decorations glitter confetti sparkles or rice are to be used No tape is to be used on the walls or on the tables No decorations may be hung from the ceiling lights Any decorations or activities involving open flame are prohibited with the exception votive candles Members shall not allow keg beer to be served All liquor must remain inside the boathouse CRI is a non smoking organization Smoking is NOT allowed anywhere in or around the Harry Parker Boathouse including the balconies and walkway between the Boathouse and the river All items used and discarded by guests and caterers are considered trash and must be thrown out Trash must be removed at the end of the event and placed in the dumpster outside Team Rental Fees CRI Team Rentals are FREE unless the items below are needed during the team event A Monitor hired by CRI shall be present during the Function if it takes place after

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  • Personal Boat Storage » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Donations Q As Events 2016 Learn to Row at CRI More Information 2016 CRI Newton New Location more information 2016 Sign up for Erg Studio Walk ins Welcome Photo Gallery CRI Calendar What s happening when Volunteer How to volunteer Record your volunteer hours Boat Equipment Repair Repair Log Pending Repairs Related Sites Community Rowing Inc Weddings Parties Community Gym Facilities CRI Team Events Personal Boat Storage Facilities Personal Boat Storage WELCOME Personal Boat Owners PBOs are an important part of Community Rowing Inc They are a dedicated and motivated group of rowers who are fast to volunteer and help where they can Personal boats are stored in the Ruth B Somerville sculling pavilion famous for its design Its four glass walls symbolize the welcoming and wide open atmosphere we strive for at CRI Currently there are 42 occupied personal boat racks To keep a personal boat at CRI owners must meet mileage and volunteer hour requirements each year Every PBO must complete 12 hours of service to the club each year by November 15 The mandatory service requirement helps to inspire but many end up doing far more hours of service than required each year For a list of volunteer opportunities please check the online postings The mileage requirement is 250 miles per boat annually If you have an injury illness or another reason that keeps you off the water please let us know and we will make decisions on a case by case basis PBO Wait List Anyone wishing to keep a personal boat at CRI must put their name on the wait list To remain on the wait list rowers must complete 12 hours of service to the club each year by November 15 and be active in another CRI program When your number comes up you

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  • FAQ » Community Rowing, Inc.
    Can I register for my program without a swim test You may register online before completing your swim test The swim test form can be downloaded from the website and submitted upon completion We highly recommend that you keep a copy of the signed form for your records What if I haven t taken my swim test yet A registered rower without a valid swim card will be asked to wear a life preserver until he or she can provide written proof of his or her swimming ability Can I use a swim test from another source If you have current swim lifeguard or scuba certification documents copies may be submitted to fulfill the swim requirement Please make a copy of the current certification and staple it to the Community Rowing Swim Test form What if I don t know how to swim Nonswimmers are encouraged to take swimming lessons and pass a swim test before registering for a rowing program It can be difficult to progress as a rower while wearing a life jacket because it inhibits proper rowing technique When is the swim test held CRI does not administer swim tests There are no pool facilities at our boathouse location and swim tests are not conducted in the Charles River I submitted my swim test form last year why am I being asked for it again Although it rarely happens sometimes swim tests are not turned into the office and therefore are never recorded Please make sure to hand or mail in your swim test directly to the office This will help to eliminate the chance of your swim test being lost or misplaced It is a good idea to make a copy of your swim test and keep it for your records PROGRAMS What is the Refund Transfer Credit policy There is a 50 cancellation fee for all registration cancellations and a 15 switch fee for all registration changes If you withdraw from a program two weeks before the start date you may receive a FULL REFUND less a 50 cancellation fee If you withdraw from a program less than 14 days before the start date you may receive a CREDIT MEMO less a 50 cancellation fee for another program in the same fiscal year CRI Fiscal year runs from 11 1 10 31 Credits or transfers may not be carried over into a new Fiscal Year and will be kept as a donation toward the Annual Fund if not used by the end of the current Fiscal Year NO CREDIT MEMOS will be given once a program has started unless there is a medical reason where participation is not possible To request a refund transfer or credit please contact Nonna Giunta Please allow up to 2 weeks for processing during peak season Why are there attendance requirements for the programs For instructional programs CRI requires attendance during the first two weeks of each new session This policy helps ensure that all participants are familiar with basic

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