Improve your technique on the rowing machine by maintaining a consistent stroke rate while increasing your endurance.
This type of workout involves rowing at a controlled stroke rate, allowing you to focus on technique and power development.
This stroke rate workout consists of several segments of rowing at different stroke rates with rest periods in between. Each segment gradually increases the SPM (Strokes Per Minute) until you hit 32 SPM.
Improving your rowing machine technique is essential to getting the most out of your workouts.
One of the most important aspects of good rowing technique is maintaining a consistent stroke rate. This ensures that you are applying the same amount of effort and energy to each stroke, allowing you to row faster and with better form.
Just as important as maintaining a consistent stroke rate is improving your endurance ability. This can be done by increasing the length of your rowing sessions, as well as varying the intensity of your strokes.
Doing a combination of both will help you to get the most out of your rowing machine technique and allow you to reach your fitness goals.
The frequency of stroke rate training on a rowing machine will depend on you and your goals. Generally speaking, if you are a beginner rower and are just starting out, it is best to practice stroke rate training a once a week to help you build correct form and technique.
Focus on maintaining a consistent SPM.
Try to maintain medium to high intensity strokes.
WARM UP (5:00)
INTERVAL 1 (16:00)
INTERVAL 2 (4:00)
COOL DOWN (5:00)