Basic Indoor Rowing Techniques: Half Slide Rowing with Limited Range of Motion

Follow along as Hydrow Personal Coach David explains the how and why behind adjusting your rowing stroke properly when you have a limited range of motion due to an injury, tightness, or discomfort. Check in with your doctor before completing indoor rowing workouts. Low impact workouts are a great way to heal and get back into a fitness routine after an injury. Hydrow's Personal Coaching service is an indoor rowing machine, 1:1 session with one of our deeply knowledgeable coaches.

In the session, they offer guidance, support and answer any questions you have about rowing technique and your Hydrow. The virtual session, conducted over Zoom, is an opportunity to work on your form, learn more about Hydrow Athletes and workouts, and find new ways to get the most out of your Hydrow experience. Starting with an overview of the stroke, our coaches will highlight key rowing techniques and give you specific things to work on. Rowing is a great workout that is efficient, low impact, engages core muscles, and activates 86% of the major muscle groups in the body. Want to know more about why rowing form matters?

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Hydrow - Basic Rowing Technique: Details for a Supported Finish Position

Ana helps us nail down a supported finish position, starting with a base of engaged core, legs and feet pressed into the foot plate. A correct finish position helps us transition from the drive to the recovery well, and can help in changing stroke rate a rhythm more easily. --- Buy Hydrow today:

Basic Rowing Technique: Legs Only Drill

Learn one of the most popular and effective rowing drills in the world as David coaches us through the Legs Only Drill (also known as the Reverse Pick Drill). Not only does this drill improve your sequence and ability to connect to the rower, but it increases power and efficiency. 

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