11th Concept2 Euro Open Report

Jan 28, 2014

A cold January day in Copenhagen was warmed up by some excellent racing at the 11th Concept2 Euro Open. The centrepiece of the day was undoubtedly the Men’s Open Lwt. Denmark has a proud lightweight tradition, and in this land of 75kg warriors, Henrik Stephansen is king. The current lightweight world record holder and lightweight single scull world champion, Henrik first burst onto the scene at the age of 19 when he set a new world record of 6:02.2 at the world indoor rowing championship. Continue Reading ›

From the Archives: A Great Workout in 30 Minutes

Dec 31, 2013

Pete and Jon catching a quick intense workout in the C2 Workout Room before lunch.
This training advice seems especially pertinent to the holidays, when time is often at a premium. It’s also interesting to note that Larry was ahead of the times in recommending HIIT (high intensity interval training), which has been shown in a number of recent studies to be a very effective training tool. Continue Reading ›

Training Advice for the Indoor Rowing Season

Nov 15, 2013

If you need a winter training goal, perhaps you should think about training for a 2000 meter race on the Concept2 Indoor Rower. There are races all over the globe and you don’t have to be an elite athlete to participate. Find a race near you—or in a place that you’ve always wanted to visit!

To help you prepare for racing, we’re bringing back some ageless training advice from our archives. Read on to spice up your training diet. Continue Reading ›

Meet Olympians in Boston

Oct 11, 2013

Mirka on the Dynamic Indoor Rower (2012)
Concept2 CTS is proud to sponsor Mirka Knapkova (Czech Republic) and Kjetil Borch (Norway) at this year’s Head Of The Charles ® Regatta. Join us at the Concept2 CTS tent, located across from the Rowing & Fitness Expo at the Finish Area Launching Site (FALS) for a special opportunity to meet these athletes. Continue Reading ›

World Championships Re-Cap, Chungju, Korea

Sep 13, 2013
Eric Murray and Hamish Bond's (New Zealand) record-breaking 16th consecutive gold medal

Another World Championships has come and gone, and there is no doubt athletes and attendees will look back at this as one of best rowing events held this past year. Upon arrival at the course, you can’t help but notice the newness of the venue, which was completed in 2012. Early in the week, the final touches were being installed to fully prepare the grounds for the World Championships (I even watched a crew lay the final pavers in the walkway connecting the main building to the brand new boat bays). Continue Reading ›