Rowing Technique and Coxing

Rowing Technique – Excellent technique is the key to fast efficient rowing!

The British Rowing website has some excellent information – be sure to check it out. British Rowing technique
The Junior section of the British Rowing website has some great advice for beginners – be they adult or junior! Well worth a visit:

Coxing – there’s a lot more to coxing than just steering the boat… it’s great fun, and far less exhausting than rowing. Now available the GGBC Coxing Handbook – a comprehensive guide to coxing and coaching. Also available as a pre-formatted booklet version – an A5 booklet (using 2 pages per side of A4 paper) in the correct order to staple together ….You’ll need double sided printing.

Check out the – Coxing_Checklist

Below are some links to coxing guides…..well worth a read.

Coxing for Beginners
Coxing Course – Coxing_course_level_1, Steering
OarSport – Training & Coaching


What is it like to row?

Rowing technique – slow rating, half pressure

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Fast rating  – firm pressure (racing speed)

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Beautiful relaxing rowing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUt1u-XgJNA

Rowing in an 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLQInM70t8g

What’s it like to scull?
Sculling technique:

From Bowpair – a lovely site with a collection of rowing/sculling images.

Beautiful relaxing sculling in slow and fast motion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XfL_2EzEHI#t=98

 

 

Getting back in the boat after a capsize

 

You know you’re a rower when you have to practise at work: