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More than Poppy Love

We talk about falling in love with rowing, but it’s possible too that you may fall in love while rowing! At least, that’s what happened to Jeff Ellison and Rachel Galbraith, two rowers I inadvertently led to each other even though they lived in different countries. Besides...

Unplug. Breathe. Row. Repeat: How to Stay Healthy in 2018

Predictions on trends from food to fashion and beyond are revealed as 2018 approaches, keeping us apprised of the next best “thing” to enhance, and ideally, lengthen, our lives. Here, we focus on wellness trends that we think are relevant to rowers. Ingesting collagen protein...

5 Women Rowers You Don’t Know You Want to Know

Generations of rowers came before us, blazing trail, finessing training, improving boats, and taking the sport to the next level. For women, that trail was often more difficult to blaze than it was for men. The following have either smoothed the waters for women rowing today or...

I Don’t Need to Meditate. I Row.

Whereby we learn how the four stages of rowing mimic the four stages of meditation. Sometimes I think I should try yoga or meditation, but it just isn’t me. I know some of you swear by it, but I had a revelation the other day. I don’t need to meditate—or medicate, but that’s...

Just Around the Bend – Rowing in Berlin

I hope that you enjoy this guest post.  The Rowing Concierge helped Jill find a rowing club when she moved from Minneapolis to Berlin for a year.  To read more of her posts about rowing and life in Berlin, please see http://jmazlostinberlin.wordpress.com/category/rowing/ –...