Rowing machine
Rowing bin


Balancing board
Handle simulator
Drag strap
Speed tube
Reach straw


Sweep rowing: inside hand detached
Sweep rowing: outside hand detached
Finger exercises


Chopping finish
Squared blades
Practice finish hand depth
Single scull: finish variations
Feet out rowing


Number of water-free recoveries
Squaring twice
Blade trail variations
Practice recovery sequence
Practice body over
Trunk throwing


Reverse and normal stroke
Chopping catch
Rowing with 3 catches


Pimenov draw (legs only)
Practice draw sequence
Practice leg pressure
Trunk only rowing
Vary blade height
Vary trunk rotation 
Practice finish hand height

Boat control

3 full, 3 light
Distance in minimum number of strokes
Lay side
Decreased pressure piece
Reverse ratio rowing
Rowing with emphasising
Getting ready at the finish
Pause paddling (easy all)
Lengthening the draw
Lightening hands


Adding rowers
Drifting stroke
Eyes closed rowing
Stroke against crew
Sitting the boat
Battle of the sides



If these exercises are used structurally and/or several times a week, it is important to know the underlying principles of training theory as explained in the workout pages of this app. With this, fitness can be built up in a correct and responsible manner.


Ten little gnomes
Power variation
Doing pyramids
Increasing pressure piece
Rating training
Stroke rate variation

In order to keep the text readable, the masculine form of address is used everywhere. Each exercise is described in the following fixed format:

Practice: What exactly is the exercise, how is it done.
Type: Is it a classical or motorial exercise?
Purpose: Why is this exercise done.
Focus: What should the rower pay attention to when performing the exercise?
Transfer: How do you ensure that what you learn is carried over to the stroke.
If nothing is described, the stroke must be executed with the same focus as in the exercise.
Variation: What variants of the exercise are there?
Make: If it is a tool, how do you make that tool.
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