Quick and simple attachment to any Model C or later Concept 2 Rowing Machine.
The seat hooks allow you to attached the handle to the seat to practice taking the catch just with the legs.
Please note that with Model C machines you will need to retrofit a Model D/E to use the hooks.
The Red T-Bar is used as a reference point throughout different stages of the stroke sequence.
It's position can be easily adjusted using the telescopic pole, and should be set to match the ideal handle position at the catch for each individual.
With the handle hooked to the seat and the Red T-Bar set to the correct catch position, you can practice legs only rowing.
The arms should be held just over the Red T-Bar.
You can then practice Legs Only while holding the handle, keeping the arms straight and the body rocked forward. The handle should be held just above the Red T bar and any movement away from it means you’re either breaking your arms or opening up your back.
The aim is to keep your arms straight and only begin to rock your body backwards once your legs are almost flat.
For this you should attach the elastic cord to the handle and then clip it to you collar and adjust it so that it is taught but not stretching the elastic when your arms are straight out in front of you. The aim is to keep the cord taught as you rock back.
You can then combine all of the above stages and bring in the arms to practice the complete the rowing stroke.
The whole sequence can then be reversed for the recovery.
As well as being a great tool for teaching the rowing stroke and correcting faults, the SequenceCoach can be used during day to day training to help prevent bad habits. It can be used to prevent overreaching, early use of the back or arms, and dropping
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