Join a Virtual Rowing Class

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Apr 08, 2021

A virtual rowing class can give your training a boost with the camaraderie of rowing along with others, the coordination of music to your strokes, and the encouragement of a trainer. Working out at home on your own RowErg gives you flexibility to schedule in your class, even on the busiest of days.

There are now more ways than ever to join a class through technology. Some classes are offered live, which means many instructors can give you real-time feedback on your technique and progress. Others are pre-recorded and available on demand, giving you more flexibility to join at any time of day (or night!). Continue Reading ›

Concept2 Compatible Apps: Try EXR

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Mar 25, 2021

EXR interacts with your RowErg and allows you to row through virtual worlds from the comfort of your own living room. Enjoy famous rowing backdrops such as the Charles River in Boston (available later this year). You can row alone or with other athletes from around the world. During your workouts, EXR provides real-time feedback on your performance and, at the end of each training session, the recorded data can be analyzed and shared to the Concept2 Online Logbook and popular apps like Strava. Continue Reading ›

Balancing Indoor and Outdoor Exercise

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Mar 08, 2021

As spring comes to the northern hemisphere, indoor exercise loses some of its appeal as we long for more time outdoors. Up here in northern Vermont, we know we still have a couple months before it’s really spring—but we feel the same transition coming. We’ll ski until the snow is gone, but we’ll also start running and riding our bikes on good days—and we’ll jump on the RowErg, SkiErg or BikeErg when the weather is just nasty. What’s the best way to balance indoor and outdoor exercise so that you can take advantage of the weather? Continue Reading ›

Getting Comfortable on the BikeErg

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Mar 04, 2021

If you’re new to cycling, your muscles and tendons may need to adjust to working out in the seated position. The Concept2 BikeErg includes a saddle that works for most athletes, but a single saddle design may not work for everyone. There are several things you can try to make cycling more comfortable if you’re experiencing discomfort, pain or numbness. Continue Reading ›

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