Over the festive season, motivation and focus during training can wane slightly. It’s to be expected and to be fair, your crew have probably earned themselves a rest. How about mixing up their training next time to something still beneficial, but with a bigger emphasis on fun? The camaraderie built during these sessions can be equally […]
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Keeping track of your club members is one thing, but keeping track of your gear is another. And it’s incredibly important! You know as well as we do that rowing gear is expensive and when lost or damaged can be difficult for clubs to handle.
Solution? Rostering! This week we’re talking about Boat Rosters […]
We know that the life of a rowing coach is often less than forgiving. That’s why we asked top rowing coaches from around the globe about how they manage stress and keep themselves at peak readiness for their rowing coach careers! Better yet, everything they said can be found in our FREE eBook –
By Douglas Lumsden|2017-10-12T21:53:11+10:00February 9th, 2015|All posts, Coaching, Rowing Club Management|0 Comments
Are you a rowing coach with a high workload, dealing with a range of difficult people or situations? We know rowing coaches can have it rough sometimes, so we went out and talked to a range of experienced coaches about how they deal with the roughness! You COULD navigate our blog to find and read […]
To finish off our series of blog posts on dealing with coaching stress, we’re going to go back to a subject we touched on earlier – Meditation! It’s the primary form of relaxation that rowing coach John Faulkner of Rent a Rowing Coach uses, and he filled us in on its applications.
John explained that “It has been […]
This next blog post in our coaching series about stress is a full blown guest blog post by an experienced rowing coach- Tom Copeland of Cantabrigian Rowing Club, UK. He explains that stress can be a blessing and a curse, while talking about how to identify and THEN deal with an over abundance of […]
This next lesson for keeping a level head and lunch in your stomach as a rowing coach is going to be a tough pill to swallow. This pill is brought to you from the mind of Jim Flood, a rowing coach and coacher of coaches who has authored several books on rowing. Much of […]