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Title Yoga for Rowers Building Physical and Mental Strength
Author Chrys Kozak
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2010-03-23
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 72
ISBN 9781451551334
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Your purchase of this book will benefit the amazing organization RECOVERY ON WATER, a mutually-empowering rowing team that gives survivors of breast cancer the unique opportunity to interact, become active in their recovery, and gain support from fellow survivors. For more information on how you can become involved with ROW, please visit their website: http: //recoveryonwater.org YOGA FOR ROWERS is a brand new way to train that's great for all program levels & coaches - from high school up to Masters. With testimonials from an Olympic coach, FISA World gold medalists, an Oxford Boat Race champion & more! Yoga For Rowers includes workouts & calendars. This book shows targeted poses for each phase of the rowing cycle in large full color photos & outlines specifically what these poses do. The instructions are easy to follow & the program is easy to fit into your existing training program. Yoga For Rowers will dramatically improve your oarsmanship: * Increasing length of stroke * Improving power * Allowing you to train harder with fewer injuries * Developing flexibility & core strength * Fine tuning your sense of balance & mental focus A minimum of 15 minutes a day is all it takes to ohm your way to gold next season!

Title Rowing News
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Release 2007-12
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Total Pages 80
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Title Yoga Journal
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Release 2001-09
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Total Pages 200
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For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.

Title Rowing News
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Release 2008-01
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Total Pages 80
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A Row a Day for a Year by D.P. Ordway

Title A Row a Day for a Year
Author D.P. Ordway
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2015-03-25
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 242
ISBN 1491761369
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Experts agree that if you set a goal and track your progress, you’ll succeed where others fail. Regular, moderate exercise is generally recognized as the closest thing to a fountain of youth, and A Row a Day for a Year, by author D.P. Ordway, supports your ability to enhance your energy, fitness, and health by rowing each day for a year. A month-by-month exercise journal, each month begins with quotations from the medical community and sages alike reminding you that regular, moderate exercise is essential and beneficial. A short article before your entries discusses rowing, training, and the rowing community. Ordway encourages you to take the challenge and row each day for a year. Praise for A Row a Day for a Year “A Row a Day for a Year should be handed to every person who wants to fall in love with indoor rowing. It is passion and knowledge at its best. This ... is another great book and a great tool for indoor rowing people.” —Santiago Fuentes, Referee, 2012 London Olympics. “ ... Moderate exercise keeps us healthy and helps us age well. ... Dusty lays out a journal approach to capture daily entries, combined with advice on training programs, cross-training and stretching. The quotes scattered through the book ... are entertaining, inspiring, and full of common sense. A wonderful recipe for living better and rowing daily.” —Joan W. Miller, MD, Chair, Department of Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School, MIT Varsity Women’s Crew and Straight T Award winner

Title A Feasibility Study to Test the Potential Efficacy of a Rowing related Yoga Program on Male Varsity Competitive Rowers
Author Alanna Katharine Kit
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Release 2020
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The purpose of this present study was to assess the feasibility and determine the potential short-term efficacy of implementing a specific 9-week "Yoga for Rowers" (ROWGA) program on male varsity rowers during a competitive training season. Sixteen competitive male varsity rowers (20.6 ± 2.1 years) were recruited to participate, using a single group, pre-test-post-test, quasi-experimental research design. All participants performed two 60 min ROWGA sessions per week for 9 weeks during their fall competitive season. The primary objectives were to test the efficacy of a ROWGA program in a real-world context by evaluating: 1) the feasibility of implementing the program during the training and competitive season as measured by program adherence; 2) its potential effect on strength by evaluating hip muscle strength acting in the sagittal, frontal, and transverse planes as well as on hip muscle strength ratios between the agonist versus antagonist muscle groups; and 3) its potential effect on hip flexion range of motion (ROM). Two pre-test baseline measurements were performed on all participants over 1- week prior to initiating the ROWGA sessions while a single post-test was conducted following the ROWGA intervention. Intraclass correlation coefficients for ROM and strength were used to determine reliability of measurements by taking the two pre-intervention test scores. Outcome measures included hip flexion range of motion, peak isometric hip muscle forces normalized to body weight, including hip flexors, extensors, abductors, adductors, both internal and external rotators as well as peak isometric agonist-antagonist hip muscle strength ratios. Pre and post peak isometric hip strength measurements were calculated for agonist-antagonist muscle groups within each plane by dividing flexors by extensors, adductors by abductors, and internal by external rotators. Feasibility of the ROWGA program was determined from program attendance and adherence rates. The adherence rate was considered high with 89% attending all sessions, after adjusting for compulsory competitions. Significant improvements in peak isometric strength were demonstrated for hip flexors, extensors, abductors, and adductors, and external rotators, while a significant reduction for hip flexion ROM was observed. No significant changes in isometric hip muscle strength agonist-antagonist ratios were demonstrated. The results from this research support the feasibility of the ROWGA program in terms of rower's acceptance, adherence, and the ability to accommodate the time requirements within their schedule as well as potential strength benefits gained. This research could help provide a platform for future large-scale research related to injury prevention in rowing.

Title Rowing News
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Release 2005-11
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Total Pages 96
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Title Rowing News
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Release 2007-05
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Total Pages 80
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Title Rowing News
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Release 2007-08
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Total Pages 80
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Title Rowing News
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Release 2007-07
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Total Pages 82
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