Elite Rowing Coach Blog — Coaching

I have fond memories of racing internationally.

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Silver Medal at the Junior World Championship 2018, Eli Kalfaian.

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Hi Xeno, Yesterday, just 26 months after Eli sat down on the erg for the first time, we dropped him off at Princeton University for his freshman year and to row with the Men's Heavyweight Rowing Team. Along the way he picked up some great wins with PNRA/Mercer, including a bronze medal at US Nats this year at Lake Natoma in the MV4+, and then just 3 weeks ago a silver medal at World Rowing Junior Championships in Racice, Czech Republic in the JM8+ for the USA team (attached pic). In July of 2016, we knew that Eli was late...

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High School Rowers - Elite Coaching and Passion Equals Results

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Elite coaching adapted my strengths. It utilized my emotional and psychological characteristics in an effective way. All that passion was channeled into creating the best possible performance in rowing. 

 

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Knee issues in rowing?

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Knee issues in rowing, is that possible? Sadly the answer is yes. Injuries and chronic aches are completely preventable.   The cause of aching knees is the lack of attention to detail when it comes to coaching rowers.  Rowing is known for its low impact on joints, so why do rowers get problems with their knees? Thanks to the Elite Rowing Coaches who taught me, I have successfully avoided rowing injuries. If you are a rower or a parent who is at a loss in finding solutions, then take a look at the STROKE coaching package.  

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How you train this summer matters immensely if your goal is to outperform others

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As the school year comes to a close, the time is NOW to weapon up for next years racing season and stack the odds in your favor for getting recruited to college. 

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