If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to row, or you’d like to get back into the sport, now is the time.
Back at it this week!
I met a solid rowing friend, and asked about the race, “How fared it with your wind,” I said, “when stroke increased the pace?
Q: When did you start rowing, and why? A: I came in as a complete novice in 2014.
Seth Weil, US National Team member and Rio 2016 hopeful, on the subtlety of the sport.
Q: When did you start rowing, and why? A: I did a Learn to Row in May 2011. It looked like a fun way to get exercise.
“You need to know your why, and my why wakes me up every single morning.”
Non-rower: Why do you have practice so early? Rower: To get started before my brain knows what I’m doing.
It doesn’t get easier. You get stronger.
Q: When did you start rowing, and why? A: Fall 2007. I needed to find an athletic activity after many years of competitive soccer.