Recovery – Too far body over
|Mistake:||The trunk is rotated too far in the first part of the recovery. This may be corrected just before the catch by: Sliding under your shoulders. Also see: Finish.|
|Observe:||Trunk: Look at the angle of the trunk at the body over.|
|Cause:||Wrong mental image of the (ideal) stroke.|
|Problems arise with the stroke because the leg slide is shortened, resulting in a shortened draw. There is a risk that the back will be overloaded.|
|Remedy:||Use the exercise Practice body over.|
|Tactile at the bottom of the trunk. So far body over that exactly at the catch the upper torso touches the legs.|
The effect of too much body over (red) compared to a good rowing (blue) teammate (www.rowanimation.nl).
Too far body over
|Recovery – Too little body over|
|Recovery – Sliding too early|
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