Faster Masters Rowing Radio – February

 In Faster Masters Rowing Radio

Marlene and Rebecca discuss

  1. race plans for ergs,
  2. how to coach yourself for an erg race,
  3. using watts or splits for training on the erg
  4. the 20 minute erg test to assess your training zones.
  5. The 6 training zones and how to calculate your 500m split or watts for each.

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  • Glenda Howard

    Hi, enjoyed the podcast. How do you approach the 20 minute test? Do you recommend a watts test? I have used one from another group and it helps me find a drag factor but I think it is more CrossFit focused.

    • Rebecca Caroe

      Glenda – we will publish the watts test to email newsletter subscribers shortly – please join the RowingChat email list https://rowing.chat/subscribe/

  • Tom

    Great podcast. I’m looking forward to ur next one. I have a quick question: when you describe the 20 minute time trial program, what would be the rate for each of the 6 phases that you mention?

    • Rebecca Caroe

      Tom, the 20 minute test is one piece, rating as high as you can sustain for the whole duration. The 6 training zones are derived from the result of this test.

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