The deadlift is a great lift that rowers can use to hone their technique on the first 3/4 of the drive, especially the initial part of the drive. In the video below, the instructor Brett Jones demonstrates the difference between “pulling” during the initial part of the deadlift and “wedging” yourself between the floor and the … More The Deadlift and the Rowing Drive
The damper on an ergometer (erg) is often misunderstood. The damper controls airflow into the cage. Move the damper down to restrict air from entering and to lessen the drag, making the rowing feel lighter. Move the damper up to let more air in and create more drag, making the rowing feel heavier. If you use … More Erg Rowing: Put a Damper on it!
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