In 2020, I posted on Aerobic Deficiency and how Always training in the middle can be costly. In fact, it can cost you your season and possibly your health. It is one of the more popular articles, so I thought I’d update you, with some of my data from the first 3-months of 2021. In…

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Now that I’ve been training through the winter and early spring, with plenty of long aerobic base foundation work, I’m turning my attention towards introducing some longer threshold intervals, and later on, introducing some high intensity intervals. I’m especially looking forward to the shorter, higher intensity work, as these kinds of sessions are fast, and…

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What can we learn from the studies done on other sports like running, and how does this potentially apply to rowing? We see crews that bolt out of the start and hold a fast pace all the way (Aussie Men’s 4-) and the Kiwi Pair that settle into a relentless pace and simply grind through…

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Dr Valery Kleshnev, is a best selling author, ‘Biomechanics of Rowing: A Unique Insight Into the Technical and Tactical Aspects of Elite Rowing’, and considered an expert in Rowing Biomechanics, helping some of the world’s best rowing teams to prepare. In this brief chat on the Faster Podcast, we cover what you can expect to learn…

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Saturday, 10 April 2021, Live via Zoom 19:00 London 20:00 Zürich 15:00 Boston Dr Valery Kleshnev, will be your Instructor in Rowing Biomechanics, at our next Master Class. Dr Kleshnev is a best selling author, ‘Biomechanics of Rowing: A Unique Insight Into the Technical and Tactical Aspects of Elite Rowing’, and considered an expert in Rowing…

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Super excited to announce today, the live sessions with our world-class instructors. More information will be released later this week, so be sure to join the newsletter to be the first to find out. Training & Nutrion For Masters Rowers Instructor: Dr Charles Simpson, Author and Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science. Sport. Faculty of…

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Original article By Alex Hutchinson, New Yorker Magazine, December 12, 2014 Roger Bannister at the end of his record-breaking mile run at Oxford, in 1954. Photograph by Norman Potter When, on a blustery day in Oxford in 1954, Roger Bannister ran the first sub-four-minute mile, measuring out the full capacity of his lungs and legs…

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Conversation with Prof Tim Noakes MD Prof Tim Noakes, is well known in the world of sports science and considered an expert in this subject. Originally born in Harare, Zimbabwe, he grew up in South Africa, studying Medicine and Exercise Science.  He is the author of several books on exercise and nutrition, including the Lore…

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