Learn to Row(LTR)This is a demanding sport, not learned in a day, but be assured that the result of your efforts will be a stronger body and spirit. We laugh together in a joyful, supportive atmosphere. The programs Naiades offers allow you to move at your own pace and ability. We find healing on the water through the power of our commitment, and we hope to provide inspiration to all of those who face the challenges of cancer. We are supporting people who have faced cancer or are currently under treatment by providing physical conditioning, rehabilitation, education, and camaraderie.

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A TASTE OF ROWING     

offered every Tuesday in May at 6 pm at GWC 

A complimentary introductory evening with thNaiades Coach and crew tlearn about throwing program. Meet somothe crew, try out aergomete(rowing machine) and get some rowing technique for out Coach.

 

If you decided this is something you’d enjoy the next step is to join 

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LEARN TO ROW 

every Thursday for 6 weeks beginning June 10th

Participants must attend all nights. All aspectoLearn to Row will be introduced including Erg (rowing machine)usage, safetyanothe watetrainin(with experienced rowers).

Competitive Rowing

Emphasiswillbeonchallenging rows.Rowers shouldexpecttorowtotherailroadbridgeat a moderatepace. Rowerswillthenrow back (5k eachway)at a continuous challengingpace. Interval training and sprints willbeadded.

Thisprogramisdesignedtodevelopbothtechniqueandendurancetoprepareforracingata

competitive level.

Entering thecompetitiveprogram is at thediscretionof thecoach. Rowers whowishto competeareexpected to:

    Practice2 ormore timesper week.

    Completeperiodicergassessments.

    Buildstrengthand endurance throughother activitiessuch as running,               bicyclinghiking, walking, swimming,etc..