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Summer Solstice Challenge: 5 Ways to Reach 21k

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Jun 01, 2022

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The goal of the Summer Solstice Challenge is to celebrate the Solstice on June 21, the longest (or shortest*) day of the year, with a long workout—maybe your longest of the year! This 21,000 metre challenge is designed to be an adventure and an accomplishment, not a race.

The Solstice Challenge doesn’t have to be done non-stop or on one machine type, so it’s a great opportunity to get creative in your workout planning. You can even include on water rowing or on snow skiing if either of those are available to you. Continue Reading ›

Spring Training Strategies

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Mar 18, 2022

Seasonal transitions can be challenging times for a fitness routine. The weather doesn’t always cooperate; new activities can cause sore muscles, and change isn’t always smooth. On the bright side, seasons provide an opportunity for positive change, a time to introduce new activities in your plan, and a chance to involve some new muscles.

With positive gains in mind, read on for four approaches. Continue Reading ›

Finish the Holiday Challenge Strong

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Dec 03, 2021

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We’re into the second week of the Holiday Challenge and the metres and donations are adding up! If you haven't already signed up, make sure you do so from your Logbook by choosing a charity option. This is your opportunity to help raise money for a good cause just by working out. We've gathered some ideas and technologies to help you reach your goals. Continue Reading ›

Join a Virtual Rowing Class

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Apr 08, 2021

A virtual rowing class can give your training a boost with the camaraderie of rowing along with others, the coordination of music to your strokes, and the encouragement of a trainer. Working out at home on your own RowErg gives you flexibility to schedule in your class, even on the busiest of days.

There are now more ways than ever to join a class through technology. Some classes are offered live, which means many instructors can give you real-time feedback on your technique and progress. Others are pre-recorded and available on demand, giving you more flexibility to join at any time of day (or night!). Continue Reading ›

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