Control – Decreased pressure piece

Practice: Start by rowing at a slow stroke rate and a stronge pressure draw. Then climb in stroke rate as pressure decreases. The exercise Trunk throwing can help to get the stroke rate up adequately. Thus, the power output decreases while the stroke rate climbs.
Type: Motor exercise.
Purpose: Learn to separate pressure and stroke rate from each other and thus be able to adjust them independently of each other.
Focus: Pay attention to the amount of power output, ask yourself at what intensity and stroke rate you are rowing.
Transfer: Row a piece where the stroke rate is at least 24 and the intensity is such that it can easily be maintained for an hour. Make sure you are tapping out the strokes easily.

Control – Lay side
Control – Reverse ratio rowing

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