Concept2, Inc

How to Fit Working Out into Your Workday

Feb 22, 2019

The BikeErg Desk: Just one way to get your workout in at Concept2!

Finding time to exercise can feel more difficult than the workout itself. Here at Concept2, our employees have found many ways to schedule fitness into their busy work days.

Even though Concept2 gives employees flexible hours and scheduling, we still need to juggle exercise between taking phone calls, building oars, shipping orders, having meetings, and other tasks and responsibilities. While some of our staff work behind desks, many others are on their feet in our warehouse, shipping and production areas. Even with a workout room easily available, it can still be tough to find time.

How does our staff make it happen? A few Concept2 employees share their tricks. Continue Reading ›

10 Questions with Marc Megna

Feb 05, 2019

Marc Megna is a Miami-based strength and conditioning coach. He's a former NFL football player and is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association with years of experience in this field. Megna works with a wide variety of clients, from celebrities, professional athletes and novices. Continue Reading ›

Employee Profile: Bill Cleary

Jan 08, 2019

Bill Cleary’s athletic background helps him appreciate and care for the oars he been helping to build since 2012. “My favorite thing about Concept2 is making sport- and fitness-based quality products that are recognized worldwide.” If you’ve rowed with Concept2 oars or sculls, Bill is part of the team crafting these in our shop. Continue Reading ›

The Skinny on SkiErg Stance

Dec 28, 2018

The SkiErg offers a great full-body workout engaging arms, core and legs. To get the most out of your workout, you’ll want to set yourself up for the proper technique. Technique starts as soon as you approach the machine and decide where to stand on the floor stand (or on the floor in front of a wall-mounted SkiErg).

SkiErg stance: Too far (left), too close (center), just right at 12-18 inches from flywheel (right).
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10 Questions with Pepa Miloucheva

Dec 18, 2018
Pepa Miloucheva graduated from Bulgarian Sport University in 1993 with a Masters degree in Physical Education and Sport Science. A member of the Bulgarian National Ski Orienteering team from 1983 to 1995, she was the 1994 Ski Orienteering World Champion. Pepa came to Craftsbury, Vermont, 22 years ago and helped start the Craftsbury Nordic Ski Club at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center with then-ski director John Brodhead and a few local parents and their kids. Four of those kids have since gone on to race in the Olympics in Nordic skiing and Biathlon. Pepa is now the ski coach of Craftsbury’s Green Racing Project, a development program for Nordic skiers, biathletes and rowers. Continue Reading ›

10 Questions with Tom Darling

Dec 14, 2018

Thomas Darling is the Director of Para Rowing for USRowing. His job is to identify and develop nine para athletes to race in the Paralympics. Tom is a three time Olympian: 1980 (boycott), 1984 (Silver Medal, Men’s 8+) and 1988 (5th, Men’s 4+). He graduated from Syracuse University in 1981 with a BA in Psychology and earned a MEd from Boston University 1991. In 2008 he started volunteering at Community Rowing in Newton, Massachusetts, with the Adaptive Rowing program and created the first Adaptive Indoor Rowing Championships (AIR-Cs) in 2009, and subsequently introduced para events at the CRASH-Bs. He was hired by USRowing as Director of Para Rowing in 2013. Continue Reading ›

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