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How rowing rythm influences the boat speed?
Views: 1954 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 12.07.2012 | Comments (0)

During many years of testing we noticed that rowers on stern seats usually produce more force/power then rowers in bow seats. Coaches often put the strongest athletes to stern seats, but it does not explain all of observed differences in power of up to 30%. Recently we obtained data which allows enlightening this phenomenon.
Views: 1271 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 12.07.2012 | Comments (0)

How rotation motions of a boat influence it's speed.
Views: 1249 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 12.07.2012 | Comments (0)

We have tested newly insturmented gate with six scullers of different level and gender. The main purpose was to compare and verify force measurements and power calculation with our standard method. While trying to investigate some variations in data we found out an interesting phenomena.
Views: 1156 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 09.07.2012 | Comments (0)

We have receive a number of positive replies to our spreadsheets on the ratio of speed to stroke rate on water and on erg (RBN 2001/10). The most common question was: How the speed/rate ration depends on the duration of the exercise? IN other words: If we know some normative speed/rate data for one distance, can we extrapolate for another workout?
Views: 1266 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 09.07.2012 | Comments (0)

A  sculler  Dmitry  Khmylnin  from  Kamensk-Uralskiy, Russia asks:  "How to  set  up the stretcher properly in sculling?”
Views: 1658 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 26.01.2012 | Comments (0)

How does offsetting the oarlock (and, hence, the axis of the oar) from the centre of rotation at the pin affects rowing mechanics?
Views: 1483 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 26.01.2012 | Comments (1)

Some coaches think that to effectively use biomechanics they must prepare for the onslaught of numbers and high level math. Here we illustrate a straight and logical path to the successful application of biomechanics in rowing.
Views: 1812 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 26.01.2012 | Comments (0)

Do you know that changing oar length a few cm does not dramatically affects rowing biomechanics?
Views: 1617 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 26.01.2012 | Comments (1)

The latest World rowing championship 2011 in Bled, Slovenia was the fifth fastest after Eton-2006, Seville-2002, Poznan-2009 and Indianapolis-1994.
Views: 1508 | Added by: defaultNick | Date: 26.01.2012 | Comments (1)

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