AuthorsS. Sen
TitleForce curves that can help you row faster on water
AfilliationSoftware Engineering
Project(s)The Certus Centre (SFI)
StatusPublished
Publication TypePublic outreach
Year of Publication2019
PublisherMedium
Abstract

There are numerous factors that make an individual’s rowing experience unique. These factors include a rower’s anthropometry, the weather conditions in which he/she rows, the depth of the water, currents and waves, the type of rowing shell, its rigging, the inboard/outboard and the stiffness of the oars used by the rower. Given so much diversity in conditions it is often confusing for a rower to know if his/her input effort is producing an output speed that is optimal.

In this article, I will talk about how input effort can be visualised in the form of graphical concept called the force curve along with output speed/pace to achieve optimal rowing speed.

Citation Key26997

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