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Practical implications of seat synchronisation Lack of synchronization is counterproductive for the entire crew. 30/04/2024 View
The next BioRow Webinar on Friday 1st May 2024 The latest BioRow developments: Seat movements, synchronisation and inertial efficiency 20/04/2024 View
Absolute seat movement in crew boat Did you know that rowers spent an extra 10.5% energy during recovery to overcome inertia? 03/04/2024 View
Absolute seat movement Did you know that absolute seat movements are more than two times smaller in magnitude than the boat movements? 06/03/2024 View
Rowing Biomechanics Publications in 2023 A few articles in the area of Rowing Biomechanics were published in 2023, and here are our brief reviews 30/01/2024 View
Averaged biomechanical curves New findings were revealed with further analysis of the averaged biomechanical curves obtained using BioRow method. 21/12/2023 View
New analysis method of biomechanical curves Interesting findings has been revealed with recently developed new BioRow analysis method... 07/12/2023 View
Angles of Body segments in World’s best rowers The rower’s position at the two end points of the stroke cycle: catch and finish, is a common coaching topic. 07/11/2023 View
Analysis of Worlds 2023 in Belgrade At the latest 2023 Rowing World Championships in Belgrade, Serbia, the weather was very different between the two days of A finals. 02/10/2023 View
Biomechanics of Para-rowing Here we present a case study here on the comparison of Olympic and Para-rowers in singles. Biomechanics of Para-rowing have many similar features with open events. The main differences were found in shorter drive length, shorter catch angles, and lower rowing power, which together with higher drag resistance resulted in slower rowing speed. 09/09/2023 View
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