Draw – Pull the trunk over the handle(s)
|Mistake:||In the last part of the draw, the trunk is pulled over the handle(s) instead of the handle towards the chest. Also see: Draw.|
|Observe:||Hands and Trunk: Look at the last bit of drawing with the arms, the trunk folds closed instead of open.|
|Cause:||Too little strength in the arms or insufficient fixation of the trunk. Or too much of a rush to get from draw to recovery.|
|Pressure and loss of speed in the last part of the draw.|
|Draw attention to underside of trunk. The instructor stands behind the rower and keeps the shoulders fixed with both hands, so that he cannot go forward (movement guidance).|
|Stop 1 (Pause paddling) and the exercise Practice body over.|
|Bring the handle(s) towards your chest instead of moving your chest towards the handle(s).|
A rower who pulls the trunk over the handle (red) compared to a (blue) rower that does it right (www.rowanimation.nl).
Pull the trunk over the handle(s)
|Draw – Too much lay-back|
|Scull - Incorrect hand position|
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