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2019 Training Statistics
Current weight: 151
Weight goal: Get back to 150
Days on water: 8?
Days on land: Too many!
2k Erg Test: 1:55.9/spilt, 7:43.8
5k Erg Test: 20:30/ 2:03
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Monthly Archives: August 2019
US Rowing Masters Nationals, Day 4
I made notes as the day goes on, as a lot happens in one day. After a nice day off, I woke up 6am less sore and decently rested. Light was brightening the horizon and trees sprinkled last night’s rain … Continue reading
US Rowing Masters Nationals, Day 2 Recap
So much happens in a day, I take notes as it goes along. It’s 5am and I’m awake Its 5 and I can’t sleep. Literally. I know I got some at some point, because I had a dream, but maybe … Continue reading
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US Rowing Masters Nationals, Day 1 Recap
I’m not super-superstitious in general, but as rowers we have our routines. Our lucky charms. I woke up with a good feeling. All morning Caelan told me I, “had a ladybug on my back.” Then our rented quad had a cricket in it.
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It Sucks to Be An “A” Masters Rower
A reporter recently interviewed me about rowing. I prepared by researching the growth of Master’s Rowing in the U.S. Shocking fact: the “A” age group is the most populated. Seriously? There are more “A’s” than anything else? Continue reading