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The Physiology of Rowing Whitney McMackin It's a great art, is rowing. It's the finest art there is. It's a symphony of motion. And when you're rowing.

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1 The Physiology of Rowing Whitney McMackin It's a great art, is rowing. It's the finest art there is. It's a symphony of motion. And when you're rowing well why it's nearing perfection- And when you reach perfection you're touching the divine. It touches the you of you's which is your soul. -George Pocock

2 Initial Thoughts Sport/ Activity Energy FitnessMuscular Fitness AerobicAnaerobicFlexibilityStrengthEnduranc e SpeedPower RowingMHMHHMH

3 Energy Fitness Aerobic Aerobic – VO2max (Medium Level Verified) Anaerobic (Blood Lactate Levels) Anaerobic (Blood Lactate Levels) –All energy consumed in 2k race (Pripstein 1999) High Level Verified Average VO2max for women: 3.89 L/min

4 Muscular Fitness Flexibility: no research verification: Med Flexibility: no research verification: Med Strength: Importance in lifting/splits-High Strength: Importance in lifting/splits-High Endurance: Related to aerobic fitness-Med Endurance: Related to aerobic fitness-Med Speed: Tested for increased stroke rating over stages M/H Speed: Tested for increased stroke rating over stages M/H Power: High Power: High

5 Final Conclusions Sport/ Activity Energy FitnessMuscular Fitness AerobicAnaerobicFlexibilityStrengthEnduranceSpeedPower RowingMHMHMM/HH

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