Training for the Complete Rower

Paul Thompson Alex Wolf
This book aims to provide and challenge coaches and rowers with best practice, advice, principles and training programmes to improve their rowing experience and performance. Regardless of whether you are looking to improve on-water performance, set an indoor rowing personal best or enhance the quality of your training you will find something of value within these pages. Topics covered include: training and technique; egrometer training; specific rowing conditioning; strength training; monitoring and assessing land training; mobility and flexibility; weighlifting technique; trunk training; nutrition and mental skills. "With the approaches detailed in this book, were were able to break records on the water and on the rowing machine and face our Olympic final feeling totally prepared and genuinely excited about the challenge. Regardless of your starting point, the guidance in this book will help you take the next steps towards your own goal, and to making your own magic. Good luck!" Dr Katherine Grainger CBE and Anna Watkins MBE
Training for the Complete Rower by Paul Thompson Alex Wolf
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About the author

Paul Thompson is GB Rowing Team's Chief Coach for Women and Lightweights and has coached World and Olympic champions both for his native Australia and for Great Britain. In 2007 he was the International Rowing Federation's Coach of the Year and was awarded the MBE for services to rowing in 2013.
Alex Wolf is the Head of Strength and Conditioning for the English Institute of Sport and has spent over a decade working with elite and high performance athletes in Olympic, Paralympic and professional sports, including preparing the GB Rowing team for the 2012 Olympics.

Press Reviews

With the approaches detailed in this book, were were able to break records on the water and on the rowing machine and face our Olympic final feeling totally prepared and genuinely excited about the challenge. Regardless of your starting point, the guidance in this book will help you take the next steps towards your own goal, and to making your own magic. Good luck!

- Dr Katherine Grainer CBE and Anna Watkins MBE

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