About a month ago, Lotte Lintmeijer defended her thesis ” Power in Rowing: in search of effective feedback variables” at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). The thesis can now be downloaded here. Video records of the related symposium will follow soon.
Dinsdag 17 december van 15.00-17.15 is het pop-up symposium “Power in Rowing” aan de VU. Een geheel gratis evenement voor coaches, roeiers en wetenschappers die geïnteresseerd zijn in het toepassen van wetenschappelijke bevindingen in de roeipraktijk. Er zijn nog slechts 20 plekken beschikbaar dus schrijf je snel hier in!
Tuesday the 17th of December from 1500-1730, we organise the pop-up symposium “Power in Rowing”. This free symposium is for coaches, rowers and scientists who are interestes in rowing science in practice. See flyer for details of the speakers. Register here
For now: a sneak preview of the thesis ” Power in Rowing” . The defense will be the 18th of December at 9.45 am in the aula of the #VU #FBW. Everyone who is interested in a digital version, please send me a messages. Digital versions are expected in a week, printed versions in two weeks. All credits […]
Last week our article on a new method to determine loss of power output at a rowing blade has been published at PLOS ONE. To overcome water drag and create velocity rowers deliver power. However, part of the delivered power does not contribute to boat velocity. Instead this power is used to move the water […]
You might have noticed that there is a bit of a discussion going on between Dr Valery Kleshnev, owner of Biorow and author of the rowing biomechanical newsletters, and us. In his October newsletter, Dr Kleshnev criticizes our recent work on power determination in rowing (recently published in the Journal of Sport Sciences; see below) to […]