Becoming more athletically minded will help you be a better coxswain. This summer choose to be a better athlete. Here is my attempt at becoming a better athlete by learning to be a smarter runner and dead lifter!
The naming date for the London Olympics is quickly approaching. I find myself thinking back to the two previous naming dates and realizing the kind of Olympian I was, am, and want to be.
When it comes to important races, preparing for any kind of weather takes practice. Just like preparing for a major presentation or final exam, winning is in the details.
March is when most crews who have been frozen off the water start getting back into boats. Avoid making these 5 common mistakes and redefine yourself for this coming racing season. Get the boat you want and deserve.
Being regarded as one of the most successful and popular sport bets in the U.S., NFL football engages a huge crowd of bettors. They are all interested in the enormous betting opportunities on a regular seasonal matter. We are talking about the opportunity to place no less than 32 different wagers weekly, between over and under bets and spread bets….
Hello Coxswains! I wanted to let everyone know that I’ll be up at The Head of the Charles this year. The main reason why I’m headed up there is to promote and sell our 2012 Power and Grace Calendar. It is bigger and better than last years and the best part is that the whole team took part in creating…
Sports have been one of the most sought after past time since ancient times to relieve one's stress and anxiety. Today hundreds of sports are encouraged across the world to keep the activeness and sportsmanship alive among the people. Though any sport might seem to be too easy to be played, each and every step or move made in it…
We left Princeton 13 days ago but it seems longer. Maybe because we’ve done so much and by so much I mean rowing. This time of year is when all the months of training pay off and when boat speed starts to show.
I recently read this article and have picked up some tips from a fellow coxswain. That’s right, even after 17 years of coxing, I’m constantly learning and seeking out new ways of sitting in that 9th Seat!
I answers 8 questions from an Indiana University coxswain named Gayle. Questions ranged from favorite collegiate memory to best race ever. In Gayle’s blog post she mentioned that she recognized me by my voice which I think is so cool! Thanks Gayle for asking me those questions.