Becoming a Stronger Rower Starts at the Gym

Sure, the gym is a perfect substitute for rainy, off-season days. However, there’s more to a gym membership than unlimited access to a rowing machine. Whether you’re preparing for a rowing season or trying to improve the strength of your pull, utilizing anaerobic exercises between rowing sessions can only help you improve. Below, we have…


You Don’t Have to Choose—Rowing is Great for Adventure and Exercise

Rowing in the Rocky Mountains and greater Colorado is a mesmerizing experience. Depending on your chosen body of water, the scenery flying by could be anything from sheer cliffs and steep peaks to forested areas and sandy banks. This fast-paced, team-centric sport is a great way to appreciate everything natural the state has to offer.…


Utilizing the Gym is More Important than you Think

Rowing is an incredible exercise and recreational opportunity. If you’re anything like us, you spend as much time as possible on the water, counting down the hours until you can step back into the boat. However, we should all be a bit more realistic—it’s impractical for most of us to only row in natural rivers.…


Rafting vs. Rowing in the Rocky Mountains

In contrast to rowing, rafting is primarily about navigating the natural rapids and turns of a river, often in a mountainous area where a change in elevation and the introduction of rocks can make for an exciting whitewater experience. Still, it’s not all about death-defying rapids. Many people love river rafting for the still waters,…