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Digital Subscriptions > Row360 > Issue 028 – Jul | Aug 2019 > ‘CATCH THROUGHTHE STRETCHER’ TECHNIQUE

‘CATCH THROUGHTHE STRETCHER’ TECHNIQUE

“ WHY WOULD WE NOT TRY TO REDUCE THE NEGETIVE BOAT ACCELERATION AT A CATCH? ”

Since the publication of my book, Bio-mechanics of Rowing, several readers have got in touch to ask about my ‘catch through the stretcher’ concept. Rob Fryer, an engineer who volunteers as a coach in Oxford, asked: “Why would we not try to reduce the negative (boat) acceleration (at the catch)? Surely we would want to reduce any losses in the system by reducing the negative acceleration?”

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