F.A.S.T.E.R. A New Online Virtual Indoor, On-Water Rowing, And Or Ski Erg Coaching Analysis By Jack And John Nunn
SIMPLY… F.A.S.T.E.R. ON THE INDOOR ROWING MACHINE, ROWING ON THE WATER, AND THE CONCEPT 2 SKI ERG.
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As an ambassador of rowing, Owner of two Roworx Centers In Long Beach, son of an Olympic Rowing Coach Father and Olympic Bronze Medalist, I have been in very close association with Concept 2 it has been an adventure coaching and training many peo
The humble jump rope has been a fantastic method of metabolic (CV) conditioning working for hundreds of years.
Rowing/Ski-Erg Foundations And Speedwork Seminar Offered For CrossFit Games, Fitness Centers, And Others Held At Roworx
After being involved with the fitness industry for more than 10 years I realize there is a huge need for more intensive rowing technique among Crossfit members and other competitive athletes.
Many fitness club owners think that simply getting new members is the most important aspect when it comes to marketing.
Growing up with a father who was a two-time U.S. Olympian in Rowing (68′ Mexico City Olympic Bronze Medalist and 76′ Montreal Olympic Men’s Rowing Coach) was a very interesting experience.
Two years ago when I created Roworx in Long Beach it was my dream to offer a complete low impact high-calorie burn workout for everyone to enjoy no matter what experience an individual had in athletics.
I came across an article in the L.A. Times recently that covered a cycling studio that uses weights while on the Indoor bike.
Indoor cycling classes are an ideal place to work on the proper cycling technique and provide a traffic-free environment that can go a long way toward replacing the on-the-road experience.
My Father John Nunn; A Former Olympic Coach And Bronze Medalist Rower Discusses Using Cycling As The Perfect Cross-Training Exercise
Jack created Roworx in Long Beach after winning numerous medals in various events on the international rowing stage. Jack started rowing in 1996 for Long Beach Juniors and made the 1997 Junior National Team Selection Camp.