The Paralympic Regatta concluded with exciting racing on the Sea Forest Waterway. Our team was on site to help with competitors’ needs.
The Regatta included four boat classes in three athlete classifications: PR1 Men’s Single Sculls, PR1 Women’s Single Sculls, PR2 Mixed Double Sculls and PR3 Mixed Four with Coxswain. Racing in Tokyo will be remembered historically as the first Paralympics where athletes competed over 2000 meters. (The previous distance was 1000 meters.) Continue Reading ›
We love 5k workouts!
Reaching 5000 meters is a great goal for a daily workout, since it fulfills the recommendation of 30 minutes (or so) of exercise a day. It’s a great distance to work up a sweat that can fit into even your busiest days. Continue Reading ›
The World Rowing Virtual Indoor Sprints is a joint initiative between Concept2 and World Rowing. To take part, all you have to do is row 1000 meters on the Concept2 Indoor Rower (Model A-E Indoor Rowers only, no Dynamic or Indoor Rowers on Slides) at any point between March 10-14 and post your time to the Concept2 Online Logbook. Continue Reading ›
Ring in 2021 with fitness and camaraderie. We've got two January challenges for you! Continue Reading ›
Maybe it’s time to give the Biathlon feature on the PM5 a shot (pun intended, and no gun needed)! This fun feature allows you to combine other forms of exercise with your erg work (row, ski or bike), adds the dimension of penalties, and allows you to get a total elapsed time for your workout. Continue Reading ›
The SkiErg World Sprints took place November 12–15. Over 1000 people from 34 countries competed in our 1000m virtual festival of the SkiErg and posted their results to the Concept2 Online Logbook. Continue Reading ›
Can it really be 21 years of the Concept2 Holiday Challenge? Wow! The Holiday Challenge started as a way to encourage people to stay motivated and healthy during the hectic holiday season between American Thanksgiving and midnight on Christmas Eve. (This year, these dates are November 26 to December 24, that's 29 days total.) Continue Reading ›