Feathering the blade

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Rowing technique analysis of Olympic gold medallist Mahe Drysdale (by Xeno Müller). Among other issues, attention is brought to feathering the blade correctly. It should be done while the hands are travelling to the stern. In case of Mahe Drysdale,… More

3/4 slide on rowing ergometer

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Observe attentively how do your rowers push? Do they push equally with both feet? Xeno Müller has a simple solution by using 3/4 slide to avoid unequal pushes and therefore gain in performance.… More

Importance of lactate testing for rowers

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Xeno Müller explains why lactate testing is important and how to use a lactate tester. It is vital to know the training levels of athletes. Lactate testing is one of the most accurate and easily obtainable measurement tools for that.… More

Rowing technique analysis of the men’s 8+

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Video analysis of the men’s 8+ rowing technique during Olympics 2012 (by Xeno Müller) In this video, Xeno points to the key problems of the rowing technique of men’s 8+ finals: inside arm issues and boat bounce; inside leg issues;… More

Keep your neck loose for fast rowing speeds

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Xeno Müller emphasizes that neck should be loose at all times, when rowing. This is something he learned from his own rowing coach Harry Mahon, and now shares with all of his rowing students: “you always want to have the… More

Rigging height, correct catch and more

Posted in Rowing videos, with Comments Off on Rigging height, correct catch and more Rowing Technique Analysis Of The Men’s Four Olympic Final 2012

Xeno Müller analyzes the video of the men’s four rowing technique at Olympic final 2012. He finds six key points of rowing technique from the Olympics 2012: a correctly timed catch; correct posture and leg position; position of inside arm;… More

Correct timing of push and pull in rowing

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Xeno Müller explains the importance of correctly timed push and pull in rowing. “The people who are the fastest, are the ones who prolong their push for as much as possible, before they pull”, says Xeno.  … More

Rowing technique analysis of the Kiwi Pair

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Xeno Müller analysis the rowing technique of Hamish Bond and Eric Murray (The Kiwi Pair), the winners of 2012 Olympics (M2-). Xeno describes their rowing technique, pointing out four main issues to consider: the timing of blade entering the water;… More

Sculling technique that brought the gold

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Compilation of Xeno Müller‘s sculling technique videos during his prime time. Xeno Müller is an Olympic gold and silver medallist from 1996 and 2000 single sculls. Here you can analyze the sculling technique that brought him the medals.  … More