Rowing ergometer basic exercises

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Before rushing to the rowing ergometer to pull some fast splits, become acquainted with the basic steps of indoor rowing. Xeno Müller shows and describes what parts does the indoor rowing technique consists of.  … More

Rowing with resistance

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“Year round rowing is the key to success”, says Xeno Müller, our technical analyst at the Academy. He is not talking about ergometer rowing. He is talking about rowing on water during spring, summer, autumn and winter. To do that,… More

Indoor rowing – setting up the pace

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The indoor rowing season is about to start and it is the best time to revise everything you know about indoor rowing. Our technique analyst Xeno Müller explains the key features of setting up the pace for training. At the… More

World Rowing Championships men’s eight 2013

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Xeno Müller makes an overview of the 2013 World Rowing Championships men’s eight final race. While comparing the British with the Germans (and with other teams) at the World Rowing Championships, there were many differences in technique. One of the… More

Video tip to improve synchronous rowing

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“I ABSOLUTELY love the ingenuity of these two sweep rowers! They placed two cameras at exactly the same location on their respective rigger. Then they superimposed the footage and it shows their ability to push together and their recovery discrepancies.”… More

Training intensity and volume in rowing

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Correctly planned training intensity and volume are the basis for long-term success. We have posted many whitepapers about these issues at the planning & analysis section, here is some additional material of the same topic by Xeno Müller.  … More

Slow motion sculling by Dan Noonan

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This sculling technique by Dan Noonan helped to bring bronze, silver and gold medals in the 2009, 2010 and 2011 World Championships and bronze in London Olympics 2012. It is definitely a fast technique. But are there ways to improve?… More

Crazy tricks to improve balance

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Any kind of “crazy” rowing helps to improve your balance and feeling of the boat. Take a look at this video to see how to enjoy yourself on the boat. Hope this will encourage you to try some tricks out… More

Olympic single scull technique

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A video analysis of Olympic single scull finals. Xeno Müller has some thoughts about the technique of Mahe Drysdale, Ondrej Synek, Lassi Karonen, Alan Campbell, Aleksandar Aleksandrov and Marcel Hacker.… More

Self-analysis of Atlanta Olympics gold medal race

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A golden medal was won at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics men’s single sculls. It was won by the very man who is currently contributing to Sportlyzer Rowing Academy technique videos section. And in the video below, he is analyzing his… More