One of the greatest things about the Concept2 indoor rower is the online logbook. Having a quick, easy place to keep track of your rowing training is very helpful, encourages consistency and tracks long term
Rowing metrics can be divided in three categories: Per Workout Metrics * total Distance * total time * average heart rate * training score, etc … 2. Per Stroke Metrics * Stroke Rate * instantaneous
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You: Hey, I just bought a new Concept2 rowing machine and I want to get in shape, and maybe do one of those cool indoor races someday. How should I start? Me: That’s great! The
Knowing your maximum heart rate is the starting point for doing heart rate based training. Even if you you are not following a formal HR based plan, it can be useful to track HR statistics
The reason this blog exists is to collect and organize tips and discussions about how to analyze and use data collected during rowing to improve performance. I’m hoping that over time, many will contribute here