Concept2 oars and sculls helped 32 crews step up on the podium at this year’s Rio Olympics! That’s 76% of all medal-winning crews at the Olympic Regatta. . Continue Reading ›
If you are like a lot of people out there, your main motivator to exercise may be the almighty Calorie, and finding ways to get the most Calorie burn out of your workout. With this in mind, we now offer the option of setting up a Calorie-based workout on the Performance Monitor 5 (PM5). Continue Reading ›
Proper SkiErg technique uses the legs as well as the arms and core. However, the SkiErg also works well as an upper-body-only training tool. This can come in handy when you’re dealing with a lower body injury.
If it’s an injury that still allows you to stand, this will probably be the most effective position for a workout. If standing is not an option, you can also use the SkiErg from either a sitting or kneeling position. And it’s also possible to wheel right up in a wheelchair. Continue Reading ›
Everybody loves sprinters. Whether it's the sight of Usain Bolt styling it out after destroying the field; cyclists slowly teetering around the top of the velodrome before swooping down the boards; or watching dragsters that look like a wedge of brie with tractor wheels at the back and baby carriage wheels at the front, speed demons have always captured the imagination. Continue Reading ›
From the ashes of the old British Indoor Rowing Championship comes the new British Rowing Indoor Championship. The race takes place on February 8 at the Olympic Velodrome in Lee Valley, London, and promises to be the highlight of the British indoor race scene. As the name change suggests, the race is now being run by British Rowing, and there's the exciting prospect of our top Olympians taking part. Continue Reading ›