October November 2019 Rowing & Regatta magazine out

The latest Rowing & Regatta magazine is now available to digital subscribers – and the print edition is in the post

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The October / November edition of Rowing & Regatta magazine is out and focuses on rowing technique. If you’d like to find out more technique tips – and nearly 75% of respondents in our latest membership survey said they would – then don’t miss this issue.

What is the best technique and rowing style? GB High Performance Coach and 2000 Olympic champion Steve Trapmore discusses different elements of good technique to help you race faster. The former Imperial College BC and Cambridge University BC coach also looks at the key stages of the rowing stroke and explores technical models.

If you want to be good at rowing, then you must prioritise high quality land training, says Mark Wilkinson, Director of Rowing at Windsor Boys’ School. In the second part of the high quality land training series, we find out how movement control can improve your rowing, including how to train it outside the boat.

If you want to be good at rowing, then you must prioritise high quality land training

Plus, with the Mizuno British Rowing Indoor Championships fast approaching on 7 December, we also catch up with three champions from last year’s event and share their top tips and training plans.

Other content includes ideas for where your club can go on training camp in 2020, the science of sleep and GB Rowing Team chef Marcin Mazur suggests recipes to boost your protein levels.

Don’t miss our readers’ Rowing Moments photo gallery exclusive to our digital edition – your club may be featured!

All this and more in the October / November edition of Rowing & Regatta magazine.

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