Get rid of the hassle of calculating programs and get your crews in shape for the regatta season.
We are working on a project to help clubs provide rowing training workouts for their rowers. Could you use a page on your website where you members can always go and find a rowing workout to complete? Well, we are working on it.
This is still a BETA project and we are looking for clubs who are interested in receiving workouts free for their crews, joining in, and taking part in developing our project.
For now, we need you to:
- Fill in the form with details describing your clubs and rowers needs
- Take part, give feedback to the project via emails
Your club will get:
Your rowing club will get four workouts per week for three different profiles, just like in our Christmas campaign.
A link to get your own Power guide, so rowers know exactly what to push at the different stroke rates.
A link where rowers can signup for notification when new workouts are available
As a club needs to:
Make a public webpage on their website so workouts are visible for all (we will help you build a plugin you need to install) A piece of code needs to be included on your website. Via the plugin, the weekly programs will be updated. You do not need to do thing else than set up the page.
How does it work?
The section below could be a rough example of what your member could see on your club website. You will have a plugin / piece of script installed on your website which will update the workouts once a week.
Rojabo Index 850
Rower can effectively complete a training program lasting about 60 minutes. This is excluding warm-up, cool-down, and breaks between pieces.
Rojabo Index 600
Rower can effectively complete a training program lasting about 40 minutes. This is excluding warm-up, cool-down, and breaks between pieces.
Rojabo Index 300
Rower can effectively complete a training program lasting about 20 minutes. This is excluding warm-up, cool-down, and breaks between pieces.
Power guide – find out what you need to pull
It is your personal guide that tells you what Split rate or watts you need to aim for at different Stroke rates.
To get your own personal Power Guide, you need to complete one simple test on an ergometer and some personal information.