Category Archives: indoor-rowing
This is a review of a new ebook I purchased from Row Perfect called Ergometer Testing for Rowers by Walter Martindale. The ebook is 10 pages of content plus a font and back sheet. Sections: Introduction Basic Physiology for Coaches … Continue reading
Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Zachary Lewis rowed his first 2K erg race and wrote about it. I’m just impressed with his time, that being only the 2nd time he’s ever rowed a 2K erg piece: Indoor rowing machines’ virtual experience … Continue reading
The Hammer Ergatta to benefit Rivergate Park Boathouse is on Sunday, February 21 at the Saint Ignatius field house in Cleveland, Ohio. Regatta Central has full information. Until then you’ll have to settle for watching the Hammer Ergatta video.
Just found Concept 2 Crossfit, a blog with some great articles on preparing for and rowing a 2K erg piece. It’s well worth checking out.
This is a graph of last night’s baseline 2000 meter erg piece on the Concept 2 ergometer Continue reading
My unofficial interface to the Concept 2 Online Logbook is ready. This allows one to programmatically get information from the logbook (such as your total meters rowed to date) or to add workouts to the logbook from another program. For … Continue reading
An update to ErgMate is available at: http://powertwenty.com/ergmate/update.html. This fixes problems found with communication to the erg and calling power 10′s and 20′s. There is no need to download the full version if you’ve installed it once already, the update … Continue reading
I am pleased to say that ErgMate 1.0 was released today. ErgMate is a program used while rowing on the Concept II Indoor Rowing Machine. It helps you meet your goals by calling out information about the row – such … Continue reading
This Year’s Hammer Ergatta information was just announced: It will be at the John Carroll University Recplex on Sunday, February 22. This indoor regatta benefits a local collegiate rowing club, so if you are in the Cleveland area, come on … Continue reading