Rowing WOD 5/12/15: 500m, 2min Rest, 1k, 4min Rest, 2k – Post Splits

Rowing WOD:

The RRC getting after it!

500m @32 s/m (2k-1)

2min rest

1k @30 (2k)

4min rest

2k @28 (2k+2 to 2k+4)

Elite rowing and fitness is all about developing power through high intensity.  Today’s Rowing WOD is an opportunity to push your boundaries and test the limits of your speed and endurance.  Attack the first piece and get used to going faster.  Imagine you are going to pull that split for your next race.  Catch your breath and then focus on being efficient and powerful at race pace for 1,000m at a lower stroke rating of 30s/m.  After another good rest, work on mental toughness and endurance over 2,000m as you get used to the time required for complete focus during a race.

If you’re interested in joining us on the water learning to row and race in sculling shells be sure to register here!  

Here are the details:

June 9 – July 16
Days/Times
◦ Tuesday 6:45 PM – 8:15 PM
◦ Thursday 6:45 PM – 8:15 PM
Limit
10 participants

Post your average splits to comments.

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7 thoughts on “Rowing WOD 5/12/15: 500m, 2min Rest, 1k, 4min Rest, 2k – Post Splits

  1. Pingback: 500m/1km/2km | Rows And All

  2. Hi, is there any type of additional training you would pair with a program like this? Or do you recommend just following these workouts? Thanks in advance

    • Great question Jeremiah. It all depends on your goals. If you’re a competitive rower you would probably do 2-4 of these workouts per week in addition to your normal rowing plan on the water. If you’re an athlete looking to stay in shape or cross train you could pick 3-5 of these workouts to do in addition to your sport. If you just want to be awesome and get in better shape, do every day or pick what you need to work. You could combine this program with a traditional strength training or olympic lifting program and be good to go as well. Let me know if you have any more questions!

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