Recovery – Sliding too early
|Before the arms are straight and the trunk is bent, the rower starts sliding. Also see: Finish.
|Legs, trunk and arms: see how the legs are already moving when the trunk is not yet folded and/or arms are not yet extended.
|Wrong mental image of the (ideal) stroke or rowing taught on the gym rowing machine.
|Inequality and imbalances in the crew.
|The exercise Dynamic lengthening and pause 4 (Pause paddling).
|Tactile by concentration on arms, trunk and legs. In a crew looking at the seat of the predecessor.
The handle does not come easily over the knees when sliding too early (www.rowanimation.nl).
Sliding too early
|Recovery – Too far body over
|Recovery – Sliding the blades over the water
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