Training Through Hurricane Sandy–Minimum Effective Dose

Many of us on the East Coast are preparing to submerge for a week of rain and lost power with Hurricane Sandy, and possible an early end to the fall rowing season based on experience with Hurricane Irene last year. How do you fit in training given the flurry of preparations and the fact that … More Training Through Hurricane Sandy–Minimum Effective Dose

Happy New Year 2012–What Would You Like to Hear About in the CrossFit and Rowing Worlds?

Readers, Happy New Year and thanks for reading this blog.  I’d love to hear from you on topics you’d like me to cover in 2012, especially as it’s an Olympic year.  What are the things you need to know but can’t find information on?  Please comment or use the Feedback link to let me know … More Happy New Year 2012–What Would You Like to Hear About in the CrossFit and Rowing Worlds?

Great Article on Concept2 Drag Factor vs. On-Water Oar Load

Every year at about this time I tend to check in with some of my favorite rowing-related sites from around the world to look for new ideas to try during winter training here in the northeast US.  Dr. Valery Kleshnev of biorow.com is a sure bet for some interesting analysis of force curves and biometrics, … More Great Article on Concept2 Drag Factor vs. On-Water Oar Load