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Embracing the Olympic Spirit on the African Continent

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Jun 29, 2021

For athlete Kouadio Franck N’Dri (who goes by the name Franck-Aimé), rowing is not just an Olympic dream, but a deeply personal goal: he rows in his late father’s memory as a way to connect to and remember the man who taught him the sport. Franck-Aimé realized at a young age that he wanted to do something significant in rowing. Representing the Ivory Coast at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will surely fulfill that goal. Continue Reading ›

Training Plan Apps for Rowing, Skiing and Cycling

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May 27, 2021

asensei logo Concept2 offers many Plans and Resources to help guide your training; our Concept2 Training Guide can help you set up a plan that best fits your goals and activity levels. There are also many apps that can organize your training, suggest workouts, or even set up your monitor for you! This can keep your training handy; your daily workouts can be just a click away on your smartphone or tablet. Here’s a few of our favorites: Continue Reading ›

Connecting Garmin Devices to the PM5

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May 04, 2021

Garmin offers popular training electronics such as heart rate monitors and watches that help athletes measure and analyze their training. If you own a Garmin device or log your workouts with Garmin Connect, here are some of the ways that Concept2 and Garmin products work together. Continue Reading ›

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Connecting To Strava, Garmin Connect, Training Peaks...and More!

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Apr 30, 2021

In 2017, we introduced the ability to connect your Concept2 Online Logbook account to other training platforms. This means that if you use our free smartphone app ErgData (or something similar), you can connect it to your Concept2 Performance Monitor and send workouts easily to the Logbook and, from there, to places such as Strava, Garmin ConnectTraining Peaks and more!  Continue Reading ›

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