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SBTC Fall Workout of the Week: #1

Workout Type: A row at moderate stroke and heart rates with a focus on technique over the longer distances associated with head races. Purpose: Develop flow, feel and the fluid motion on the drive as well as the recovery. Reduce … Continue reading

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SBTC Workout of the Week: # 5

An early posting for the WotW. Enjoy, and expect to see the next entry during the week of the 3rd of May. Work-Out Type: Segmented race tempo pieces. Purpose: Helps the athletes learn to row within themselves and yet row … Continue reading

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SBTC Workout of the Week: # 4

Work-Out Type: Over-Distance Training Approaching Race Rates Purpose: Teach the athlete to increase speed as stroke rate increases. Secondly, to increase the rower’s ability to work effectively and efficiently at race ratings as he or she builds to competition season. … Continue reading

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SBTC Workout of the Week: # 3

The workout of the week returns after a Boat Race hiatus. Above is photographic evidence of one of the earliest known laps on Big Hosmer, done by Troy a little over a week ago. Work Out Type: Anaerobic threshold system … Continue reading

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SBTC Workout of the Week: # 2

Work Out Type: Medium to high aerobic pieces with emphasis on power, technique and boat control. Purpose: Re-establishing stroke length and power application without producing high levels of lactate. Develop the ability to shift up and down between 2 minute … Continue reading

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SBTC Workout of the Week: # 1

Editor’s note: This is the first in what we hope will be a series of workouts from SBTC head coach Larry Gluckman. Keep checking back as spring progresses for more workout ideas. Work Out Type: Stroke Play or Fartlek Purpose: … Continue reading

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