UCanRow2 is bringing fitness to their community of Houghton, Michigan, by way of their Rowing about Town series. Sort of like a “flash” row, Concept2 Indoor Rowers pop up in unexpected places at unexpected times to show that indoor rowing is for everybody and can be done anywhere. UCanRow2 mission is to help people of all ages, sizes and abilities create healthier minds and bodies through the rhythm and synchronicity of rowing.
Following our success at the World Championships, our coaches gave the Canadian Women’s 8+ some time off. Well, to be technically correct, we were told that we had time “away from the centre” and that training was ongoing. Continue Reading ›
We just finished up a fantastic weekend at the Head of the Charles Regatta, but we’re already packing up the van for another trip to Boston! Continue Reading ›
We caught up with Dane Eskild Ebbesen this week at Community Rowing, Inc. in Boston, for a few photos on the Dynamic Indoor Rower. Eskild, a 4-time Olympian with three golds and one bronze medal to his credit, is in town for the Head of the Charles Regatta. Here he is rowing on linked Dynamic Indoor Rowers with former US National Team rower Andy Finch. Continue Reading ›
Chris Wilson, our on-site coach and Rowing Advisor, had this experience over the weekend:
“On Saturday morning, an athlete I used to coach joined me at Concept2 for an indoor workout. He and his wife are deciding which indoor rower to purchase for their new home. James rowed in high school and college (often in the stroke seat), and is now a very able sculler. He’s logged a lot of kilometers on the Models B, C, and D. Continue Reading ›
Customers often share with us fun and creative ways they use to approach their workouts. This game is from the archives, first sent in to us by Dick Grossman when he was a rowing coach at Dartmouth College. Continue Reading ›
When we put in our first four solar trackers last summer, we had really hoped to be able to install more but we ran into space limitations due to our septic field. Then, earlier this summer, the town sewer line was extended to the industrial park where we are located and we were able to connect to it. That opened the door for us to install three additional solar arrays, and nearly double our power production. Continue Reading ›