For experienced rowers who want to take their technique to the next level, our book is a must-read. It’s not only about doing the same old drills over and over again; we offer a fresh perspective that will help you understand the movement of your body in a completely new way.
Finally, Indoor Rowing – Learn to Row Fundamentals is great for helping rowing coaches help their athletes make strong and steady progress from rowing novice to on-the-water master. Rowing coaches of all levels find our teaching and indoor rowing coaching framework invaluable. I know first-hand how hard it can be to structure a sequence of learn-to-row instruction. That’s why I’ve made sure this book presents a clear and concise approach that will make your job a lot easier.
Book Review from Peter Mallory
– Author of The Sport of Rowing
“Describing how to row on an ergometer may seem easy enough. Describing how to row really WELL, on an ergometer or in a boat, well that’s a whole different story, and it is one that seldom has been told successfully. How do you get the most out of your labors? How do you make something that is so physically challenging feel natural and look effortless? How do you row like a fish swims, like a cheetah runs? I’ll tell you how. You read, watch and absorb Neil Bergenroth’s Indoor Rowing – Learn To Row Fundamentals.
Firmly grounded in the teachings of great coaches like Steve Fairbairn, Karl Adam and Frank Cunningham, Neil is thoughtful and curious, and he invites you to be curious with him. He’s the kind of guy you speak to, and you both learn something.
Some books are worth reading more than once. Some books continue to provide new insights the second, third and fourth time through. Indoor Rowing – Learn To Row Fundamentals is one of those books.”