Category: Slow Rowing

Why men shouldn’t stop running

For those of us who aren’t naturally as smooth as a dolphin or who aren’t religious about their waxing or manscaping, it takes a couple days of running for all the hair in your running shorts to be brutally torn out by the roots; after which, it’s all smooth sailing.
During those inaugural days, diaper rash for days. The worst kind of crotch chafe, chub rub, crotch rot, thigh rubbing.

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slow run 42-minutes in 24-degree weather

I’ve always been a slow runner

I’ve never been a fast runner! If I ran 2.54 miles in 42-minutes, according to ACTIVE’s Calculate Your Running Pace calculator then my pace was only 16:32! So, I’ve always been a slow-ass!

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Potomac Boat Club

Membership in the Potomac Boat Club Concept2 Team is Empowering

The Concept2 virtual team challenge, World Erg Challenge, is ten-days old and I’ve only clocked 24,607 meters so far–but I am still mid-pack in the Potomac Boat Club. For context, challenge leader, Parker Sheppard, has clocked 126,445 meters–more than 100,000 meters ahead of me. But I am picking up and am hopeful and am also having fun and am […]

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2018 concept2 mud season madness challenge

Mud Season Madness starts today on March 1—get in those 10km days!

I haven’t erged yet today but I am going to aim at rowing at least 10,000 meters every day on my Concept2 Model C indoor rowing ergometer for at least 25-days during March.  Why am I being so specific with 10,000 meters and 25 days in March? 10k-A-Day Keeps the Doctor Away Why don’t you join […]

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Row Daily, Breathe Deeper, Live Better: A Guide to Moderate Exercise Revised Edition by Dustin Ordway

Row Daily, Breathe Deeper, Live Better is a book about slow rowing for a better life for life

D.P. Ordway believes that we all should have a baseline of activity every single day and that should be at least 45-minutes every single day on a Concept2 Indoor Rower.  I thought that was my idea but it’s not!

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