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With the purpose of finding an objective evaluation of rowing style, the legs-trunk factor LTF was developed in a previous Newsletter. It was defined as the ratio of the seat and handle movements during the first one fifth of the drive length. LTF indicates coordination of the two biggest body segments: the legs and trunk, during the beginning of the drive. This is very important for the dynamics of the drive and rowing effectiveness. 

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In the last newsletter, the Catch Timing Factor CTF was identified and now an indicator of leg and trunk coordination during the beginning of the drive will be defined, which is related to rowing style (RBN 2006/03).


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