LTAD stages: Competitive for Life and Active for Life
The focus for the Club Group is on training consistently to get fitter and faster, compete and have fun. Do you like training with a goal in mind? Do you like to race for the love of racing? Do you like to socialise with your crewmates after training and racing? Do you have a life and commitments outside rowing? You are a Club athlete!
Club athletes are encouraged to compete at local and regional regattas, to provide focus for training and to enjoy the camaraderie that comes from shared stories and road trips!
Attendance at all sessions is not mandatory, but consistent attendance will lead to faster improvement. Boatings are put together by the coach based on a signup sheet. Crews who are preparing for regattas are encouraged to train together. The coach may also suggest combinations that will go well or in order to welcome new members.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:45 am-7:15 am, Saturday 6:45 am (time trial)
Lead Coach Jane Gumley
Winter Dryland (early November- late February): When it gets too dark and nasty to row in the early morning, weekday Club sessions switch to a combination of ergometer and circuit training. Please contact the Director of Adult Rowing or check the Members Only page for updates and details on Winter dryland training.