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Stop Setting Your Damper to 10

Stop Setting Your Damper to 10

In part two of my rowing series, I want to discuss the damper setting, which is controlled by the lever that is numbered 1-10 on the side of the fly wheel chamber. However before I delve into how to find the appropriate damper setting for you, I want to talk a little...
Unpacking the Ergometer

Unpacking the Ergometer

(This blog was inspired by a blog posted by CF Southie) As the weather continues to drop, we will begin to utilize the rowers more as an instrument to maintain our conditioning.  I am planning a series of blog posts that will hopefully help to demystify this enigmatic...
Workout a little….relax a lot

Workout a little….relax a lot

I had the pleasure of spending the last several days in sunny Siesta Keys with my new fiance. Before the trip, I had been training around 2 hours per day on a  6 on, 1 off schedule.  It obviously wasn’t going to be feasible for me to maintain this schedule...
Sustainable Split

Sustainable Split

We have had a few time oriented workouts recently that have begun with a Buy-In of a 500m or 1000m row.  After the row these workouts then transition into an AMRAP, with the athlete’s score being the total number of reps completed until the time elapses.  Many...
Working Out While Sick

Working Out While Sick

Tis the season for sickness!!! It’s that time of the year again when you can only be in one of two places with regard to your health. A.) Down and out with some plague like illness or B.) Right on the precipice of coming down some plague like illness. Since we...