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 […]
Professional rowing coach Mike Davenport returned to coaching after a 5 year break. Find out why the job stress caused him to quit and then re-consider coaching again. If your club has trouble retaining coaching staff, this article is important for you to read.
In this post we hope to outline how rowing coaches […]
Don’t get caught without a coach!
Sometimes coaches retire, have to go on leave, get injured etc etc. What do you do then? They’re arguably the most integral persons in a rowing team providing training, management, motivation and more! Well there’s a way to get around losing such an integral members and […]
Anna-Rosa Gejlsbjerg, coach and athlete at Rob Roy Boat Club, had a vision of taking her rowing masters crew to the FISA World Rowing Masters Championships – and she made it come true!
“It’s quite expensive to travel” she said, especially in Europe, and she had to work […]
Transporting rowing equipment can be a hassle, especially when flying is involved. With so many rules and regulations (not to mention disclaimers when damage to the equipment occurs) it can mean the difference between a smooth trip and an absolute nightmare arriving without your gear. Not to worry though! In this post we’re covering the […]
THIS FREE TRIAL HAS EXPIRED
Have you heard of the number one way to save your club space and money? How do you encourage new athletes to join your club without wearing your resources thin? We’ve found the solution in the Wraptor Balance and are so confident that we’re […]
Mike Davenport explores many interesting rowing topics on his blog: Coaching Sports Today. As we read through his blog we found that he uses the metaphor of a vehicle dashboard to describe the things we should check about the performance of coaches.
“Similar to the […]
Daunting as it is, a coach’s first time attending and coaching for an international regatta could be much nicer. We had a talk with rowing coach Grant Craies about his time with the University of Otago Rowing Club in New Zealand where he took crews to race in China.