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Indoor Rowing

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28 Jul
8:28pm, 28 Jul 2021
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Nellers
Hi ES-335,

As I understand it you can get the basics to auto-import following the link Sallykate has shared.

If you want all the rate/power/pace details you have to download the session as a TCX file from the Concept2 Log and then manually upload it to Fetch. It's a bit of a faff but it does get you the full detail.

(Oh, and welcome to the thread, and probably welcome to Fetch too looking at your forum post count!)
28 Jul
8:43pm, 28 Jul 2021
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ES-335
Thanks Nellers

I’m currently in training for a marathon (running) so rowing is taking a bit of a back seat. However it is my primary Cross Training so I hope to get a decent row in every week and hopefully on the league table etc.
28 Jul
9:05pm, 28 Jul 2021
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sallykate
I knew someone would come along with a more detailed version - thanks Nellers!
28 Jul
9:06pm, 28 Jul 2021
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sallykate
When I was in proper shape rowing was brilliant cross-training for marathon prep.
28 Jul
9:20pm, 28 Jul 2021
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ES-335
Thanks SallyKate. I’m neither a runner or rower but enjoy both. Rowing is useful cross training as 3 runs a week is my limit really in terms of recovery and staying injury free.

What sort of rowing did you do as part of your marathon training?

Currently for me it’s the 3 runs, a steady 60 min row, a weights session and boxing session each week - so it’s tricky to fit it all in as well as work and family life. I’d like to get another row in though - probably a ladder or intervals.
28 Jul
9:27pm, 28 Jul 2021
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Nellers
Sounds like you've got all the bases covered ES (can we call you ES for short?).

Is the boxing just the boxing style fitness or do you actually spar? Either way that's proper hard work, mate.
28 Jul
9:34pm, 28 Jul 2021
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sallykate
I used the C2 workout of the day a couple of times a week as an aerobic workout on top of three runs a week.

I didn’t do anything outside of that, though these days I focus more on strength too.
28 Jul
9:42pm, 28 Jul 2021
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ES-335
Nellers I’m ok with that call me anything but thanks for asking.

Yes it’s light sparring as well as training it’ll max my heart rate out more than anything else!

Thanks sallykate I’ll check out the C2 daily workouts for inspiration.

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Maintained by Nellers
How about a little league of 2000m times to see what we're up against:

Oranj (1988 vintage): 6:44.6
Jef(2010 vintage): 6:46.6
sinj999:6:58.9
Nellers: 7:02.6
Pothunter (2005 vintage): 7:06
Jef: 7:06.4
Craggy:7:08.6
Gym_Bunny: 7:16.9
theOtherRichard: 7:22.5
Mouseytongue: 7:30.2
Rog T 7:33.9
Oranj: 7:37.6
Rich963: 7:39.3
Maclennane: 7:51
lammo: 7:56
NDWDave: 7:59.1
Tiger Feet: 8:00.1
Muttley: 8:08.5
Cats Whiskers: 8:16.8
Angus Clydesdale: 8:47.2
BanjoBax: 9:13
Sally Kate: 9:18
Lesley C: 9:19
HellsBells: 9:23.1
Sweetie: 9:27
alpenrose: 10:03

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