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Advanced Rowing

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Advanced Rowing brings together a selection of leading experts in the sport of rowing, including international head coaches from New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and Denmark, who have all coached crews to World and Olympic medals. Distinguished club and university coaches contribute from the United States, Great Britain and Australia. Between them these coaches work with the top national level athletes in their countries and specialise in preparing them to achieve international competitive standard. The coaches reveal key features that they believe explain why they have achieved a consistent level of success, paying special attention to key issues including: - Training programmes to promote skill and fitness - Motivating and inspiring athletes - Creating successful training environments - Selecting athletes and talent identification - Making use of other experts (e.g. sports scientists, physiotherapists, dedicated strength and conditioning coaches) Advanced Rowing also offers insights from experts on selected topics that are important in the development of rowing success including biomechanics, nutrition, technique development, endurance training and strength and conditioning. This is an essential resource for any rowing coach, providing an overview of the general environments that support high performance national and international rowing programmes and describing the range of strategies that elite rowing coaches use to help develop advanced rowing performance.

High Performance Rowing

Author : John McArthur
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Written for coaches and crews that are past beginner level but new to competitive rowing, High Performance Rowing doesn't aim to cover every aspect of rowing, but just concentrates on how to make your boat go faster. It is a detailed guide to fitness and strength training, and covers equipment and techniques needed for improving performance at different levels of competition. Topics include tips on improving technique, how to write a training program, and selection of crews.

Manual of Rowing Training

Author : Dieter Altenburg
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Rowing News

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Rowing News

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Rowing News

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Rowing News

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Health and High Performance

Author : Robert J. Brosmer
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Book of Abstracts

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Sculling

Author : Paul Thompson
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Whether you are about to go out in a sculling boat for the first time, simply enjoy recreational sculling, or have aspirations to be a member of the national team, this book contains information that will help you to improve your performance and maximize your potential. It considers the principles that underlie training, technique, and the correct adjustment of the boat s rigging and gearing, and offers practical advice on how those principles can be applied."

Relationship Between Physical Characteristics and 2K Rowing Ergometer Performance in Collegiate Female Rowers

Author : Rebecca A. Battista
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Nutritional education intervention rowing sports

Author : Carina Weißenbacher
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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2017 in the subject Sport - Sport Medicine, Therapy, Prevention, Nutrition, grade: 2,4, HAN University of Applied Sciences (Gymnasium of sports), course: Sports and nutrition, language: English, abstract: The standard rowing race distance, as determined by FISA, is 2,000 meters. This distance applies to every major rowing event in the world, including the World Rowing Championships, Rowing World Cup, Olympic Summer Games, relevant qualifications or regional races. Aerobic and anaerobic calculations show that 70 to 75% of the energy necessary to row the standard 2000m distance for men is derived from aerobiosis while the remaining 25 to 30% is anaerobic. In trained rowers, the density of mitochondria is high in both ST and FT fibers. The sport exercises all the major muscle groups. Is required a strong core balance, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance and physical strength, because the more powerful the rower is, the longer the stroke can be. In elite level rowers, there is an optimal level of muscular strength associated with success. High-performance rowers tend to be tall and muscular. Several studies suggest that the Type I percentage is about 70% compared to 40-50% in the population at large. The more successful rowers have an even higher Type I composition. In internationally successful rowers, the percentage has been measured as high as 85%. In addition, muscle capillary density is twice as high in successful rowers as untrained.

Geomatica

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Fifty Wooden Boats

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This is the first of three major catalogues compiled by the editors of WoodenBoat Magazine. The other books in this series are 'Thirty Wooden Boats' and 'Forty Wooden Boats'.

Rowing

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A photographic study of the sport of rowing features the oarsmen, tools, boathouses, the regetta, and the images of rowers

International Sport Sciences

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Revue Canadienne de Physiologie Appliqu e

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Physiological Testing of the High performance Athlete

Author : J. Duncan MacDougall
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Physiological Testing of the High-Performance Athlete aims to provide readers with information on not only how to design and conduct testing programmes, but also how to make the test protocols sport-specific. Readers will learn to interpret the results so they can prescribe training programmes that will enable athletes to achieve maximum performance.

The Outdoor Woman

Author : Patricia F. Hubbard
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How you can incorporate exciting outdoor experiences into your busy life.