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Movements Monostructural Row

Overview & Demo

Using an indoor rower, with your butt on the seat, your feet in the straps, and your hands grasping the handle, pull your arms and extend your knees until your legs are fully locked out and the handle is touching your chest. The knees should extend before the arms begin to bend for optimum power. Return the handle to the starting position by extended the arms beyond the knees, then finally bending the knees. Cover a designated distance or perform for a specific amount of time.

Equipment

Concept2-3
BLACK Concept 2 Model D Rower
BLACK Model D Rower. Includes PM3 Performance Monitor. Flywheel design minimizes noise, maximizes smooth feel of rowing on the water. Easy spiral damper controls feel of each pull. - RogueFitness.com

Totals (38 posts)

Reps 5
Distance (km)55
Time (h)2

Min Times (In Minutes)

100 m 00:16
250 m 00:41
500 m 01:27
1000 m 03:23
2000 m 07:31
2500 m 10:02
5000 m 19:25

Recent Posts


CrossFit Journal Articles

  • Ergometer Scores and Hall of Fame Workouts
    Rowing ergometer times are dominated by heavier athletes. Check out the Concept II rankings for lightweight and heavyweights at every distance. Ergometer rowing is a heavyweight’s game!
  • Indoor Rowing: Damper Settings and Intensity
    People often ask us at Concept2 what the damper on our rower does and where to set it for the best workout. The damper setting is important, but it does not determine how much actual work you are doing when you row.
  • Rowing a Sub-7 2k - Without Rowing?
    EC Synkowski is a CrossFitter. She's also a trainer, and part of the traveling Level 1 certification team. She was built to row (according to those in the field), though she has no formal training and only moderate interest.
  • Bruce Kocher: Watt Contest
    In this video by CrossFit Again Faster, Bruce describes a max wattage contest that proved popular with CrossFitters at the cert after a couple adult barley pop beverages. It’s a way to test maximum instantaneous power on the rower. The machine doesn’t
  • Rowing Lesson 3: The Preparation Phase
    In the third of four Concept 2 rowing lessons with former Olympic coach Chris Wilson, Jon Gilson of Again Faster learns about the importance of the preparation phase of the stroke sequence.
  • Getting the Most From the C2 Rower, Part 2
    The complex relationship between power output and stroke rate is poorly understood by many athletes new to the Concept 2 rower, the company’s co-founder tells Jon Gilson of Again Faster in the second part of our three part series. Peter Dreissigacker ta
  • Rowing Lesson 2: All About The Feet
    Maintaining pressure on the foot stretcher of the Concept2 erg with the upper portion of the foot is crucial, Jon Gilson of Again Faster learns in part two of our five-part series on how to row faster.
  • Getting the Most From the C2 Rower, Part 1
    As our rowing series continues, Jon Gilson of Again Faster gets the first of three explanations on how to maximize the training capacity of the C2 rower from a man who ought to know: Peter Dreissigacker, the co-founder of Concept 2.
  • Rowing Lesson 1: Maximizing Length
    In the first in a series of instructional videos, Chris Wilson of Concept 2, a former Olympic coach, shows Jon Gilson of Again Faster how to row faster. Like many CrossFitters, Jon brings a weightlifting approach to his body position in the rower. His che
  • Rowing Lesson 4: Putting It Into Practice
    In the final part of our rowing series with former Olympic coach Chris Wilson of Concept2, Jon Gilson of Again Faster learns that drills can be frustrating because they force an issue. Drills spotlight problems and must be done perfectly to increase effec

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