A comprehensive look at rowing training and tecnique. Loaded with illurstrations and photos, provides the reader with everything they need to develop their skills and performance on and off the water. Detailed descriptions of the strokes and the drills leading to perfect technique will allow the finer points to develop.
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Edward McNeely, M.Sc., has been the physiologist and strength-training consultant to Rowing Canada since 1992. He has written chapters and articles for coaching manuals and rowing magazines in both Canada and the US. He is a regular speaker at rowing conferences and is currently the physiologist for the Masters Rowing Association. Marlene Royle, OTR, is a graduate in occupational therapy from Boston University's Sargent College of Allied Health Professions. She has specialized in orthopaedics and upper extremity rehabilitation. Marlene trains athletes in 5 countries through Roylerow Performance Training Programs and is a full-time coach at Craftsbury Sculling Center. Her extensive achievements as a competitive rower include a US National University Championship, a US National Championship in the lightweight 4x, and in the year 2000 the setting of the world indoor rowing records in the 30-minute and the 6000 m row.
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