Recovery – Blade trail variations

Practice: Ask the rower to vary the height of the blade above the water. Follow the steps below.
Step 1: Ask the rower to hold the blade just above the water after the finish, above the knees hold it as far above the water as possible, and then lower the blade back to just above the water. The blade is thus brought to the catch with a curve along the top ("n").
Step 2: Ask the rower to make a deep initial away and bring the blade in a straight line ("") to the catch. In doing so, the blade neck remains at the same height above the water. When the rower is Washing out, this step cannot be performed correctly.
Step 3: Ask the rower to bring the blade with a curve along the bottom ("u") to the catch. This is similar to the mistakes Blade dive flight or Systematically tapping the water
Step 4: Ask the rower to row a piece in which the blades during the recover are moved up and down like the wings of a bird.
Step 5: Ask the rower to row a piece in which the first three steps are performed three or five strokes each. So: step 1, step 2, step 3, step 2, step 1, and so on.
Type: Stepwise Motor exercise developed by Jeroen Brinkman. Uses differential learning.
Purpose: Learn to bring the blade to the catch in a tight line at the correct height above the water. Stretching the movement space of the handle(s) during the recovery.
Focus: Look at the blade to see how high the blade is above the water during the recovery. When sculling, look at both blades alternately.
Variation: Do the same during the draw with the exercise Vary blade height.

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