Draw – Draw not finished
|Mistake:||The handle(s) is/are not pulled through to the chest. Also see: Draw. Not to be confused with Foot stretcher not set properly in a sculling boat.|
|Observe:||Hands: see how much they are pulled towards the chest.|
|Cause:||Too little strength in the arms or too much rushing at the finish.|
|Speed loss. Inequality in the crew.|
|Remedy:||Ask the rower to touch the chest with his outstretched thumbs. Also Practice finish hand height may be helpful. The use of stop 1 (Pause paddling) is not advised, this exercise has a bad transfer (see Motor coaching).|
|Visually by looking at the handle(s). Tactile by stretching the thumbs and feeling them touch the chest.|
A rower who does not finish the draw (red) compared to a (blue) rower that does it right (www.rowanimation.nl).
Draw not finished
|Draw – Overstretching the legs|
|Draw – Pressureless end draw|
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