Handle – Sweep rowing: outer hand detached

Practice: The rower places the outer hand (the hand near the end of the handle) on the side of the trunk.
Type: Classic exercise.
Purpose: Because the blade is steered with the outer hand when the handle is pressed down, the rower can exert less pressure. This automatically brings the blade closer to the water. This helps against Skying sweep rowing.
Focus: Pay attention to the distance from the blade to the water.

Handle – Sweep rowing: inner hand detached
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