Crew – Uneven recovery
|Mistake:||The sliding of the different rowers in the crew is not the same. Moving too quickly sliding in a crew is called rushing. This causes the stroke rate rise unintentionally.|
|Observe:||Oars: look at the parallelism of the oars during recovery.
Handles: look at the handles to see if they move evenly.
Legs: Look at the moment when the knees come up.
|Cause:||Analyze the cause for each rower, namely the rower:
|Uneven rowing, the precise stroke rate becomes less noticeable. Unintentionally increasing the stroke rate.|
|In case of obvious individual mistakes solve these first. Then with the crew:
|An uneven recovery can very well be noticed by the stoke. Individual rowers notice this because the foot stretcher influences the sliding: either because the foot straps are felt, or because the foot stretcher seems to push back.|
|Crew – Uneven finish|
|Crew – Uneven catch|
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