Karen wants to know……
It can take years to truly master the technical components of the rowing stroke, get good boat feel, and really move a boat. To do so, and remain injury free in the process, is a challenge. As with other sports, different factors affect how a rower even sits in a boat. Factors, such as an athlete’s structure, history of daily postures, work or school stresses, and old injuries, affect a rower’s ability to sit up correctly, and to move with fluidity and ease. Combine these underlying structural and habitual issues to a repetitive sport, and the body absorbing a lot of stress. If the body is not operating optimally, it will break down at the weakest link.
It does not have to be this way.
Our holistic approach makes the most impact by treating athletes one on one, with hour long appointments. Our athletes receive custom solutions that best fit their goals, needs, and lifestyles. We help all rowers–whether you are a recreational rower who has a back injury just trying to stay fit, a junior rower who has aspirations of collegiate rowing, a Master’s rower who wants to continue competing, or an elite rower who want to improve their speed and efficiency. My clients love our integrated approach and feel the changes are more lasting.