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At this time, everyone I coach is training on their own.  For some this is not easy.  The great news is that I have personal video content to amp up motivation and stay laser focused. 

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Make sure you rest your brain and mix in training.  Do both diligently during the next two weeks.  It is key to make every stroke a master piece.  The time is now to hone in on the technical details without being distracted by other rowers or coaches.  Log your mileage and communicate with me often. Our dialogue helps create a clear vision of what can be achieved.  Be smart about what you drink and eat.   Find the time to do a couple massage therapies.  Write down your goals for this coming semester. Take a moment to thank your supporters....

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Rest Nutrition School Family Rowing with me :-) Send screenshots Communicate Are these your priorities?  Let me know. 

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1. Never stop thinking about optimizing your stroke.  Think about technique and make every stroke the perfect opportunity to create a master piece.  2. Use a mirror or airplay onto a monitor.  Watch yourself row and imagine what I would be saying. 3. If you have a device to test your lactate, do it.  Use your heart rate monitor to make sure you are training hard enough. 4. Mileage, even if you don’t have enough time to do a whole workout, do a partial workout.  EVERY STROKE you take is an opportunity to get faster, do it.   5. Keep...

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You must have heard the expression, “roll with the punches,” embrace it, you will overcome challenges more easily that way. Keep up the mileage, no matter what, as long as you are healthy.   This way, you keep developing your aerobic capacity and make it a bullet proof foundation to help you punch through your lactate threshold and conquer new PRs. Keep up the communication with me, even if you feel what you send me is redundant, to me it never is :-) I feel 100% responsible for each one of you.  Even though I cannot do the work for you,...

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