It was 15 years ago when Martin Stridde first joined Concept2. As the head point person for Concept2’s German team, and head of market development for Europe, India, and Russia, Martin says “I just love the diversity of my job.” And it’s no wonder considering the varied background and interests that Martin has brought with him to the job. Continue Reading ›
This year’s Holiday Challenge will benefit four not-for-profit organizations that help people in different ways. Three of them use sports and fitness in their work. In combination, they improve the lives of countless people around the world. We hope you’ll join in and help us meet our goal of raising over $30,000 total to support these causes! Continue Reading ›
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 ›
Four local Vermont Nordic athletes have their sights set on Sochi and have a good shot at making the team—in fact, one has already qualified! Two are Nordic skiers, two are biathletes, and all have used the SkiErg during the course of their training. Continue Reading ›
The SkiErg World Sprints is a virtual international race of 1000m on the Concept2 SkiErg. It’s held annually in homes, gyms, ski clubs and fitness centers anywhere in the world—all it takes is a SkiErg and interested people. Continue Reading ›
“If all goes according to plan, installation should begin by the end of September, and be completed by the end of October.” - Concept2 Blog, September 17, 2013.
Well, it didn’t all go according to plan. The hitch: it turned out that our roof needed to be replaced before it made sense to cover it with solar panels. Then came a torrential rainstorm mid-roof-job for added excitement and hassle. Continue Reading ›