Rowing dictionary – J
Didactic term for the preferred rowing stroke, in which a movement in the form of a lying J is made. This stroke starts with a fast leg drive and then accelerates until above the knees at the recovery. The handle then moves forward evenly and calmer (legs) than in the first part of the recovery (trunk and arms) Main article: J-stroke.
Jumping the slide
A problem where the seat becomes derailed from the track while rowing.
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