Hello fellow rowers and data nerds, I’m Johannes and I’m the guy who’s developed and runs Rowing in Motion. I’m currently looking to put RiM into new hands. I started working on RiM in 2009 after I lost an important race by 2/100s and was looking for a way that could have helped me and
No more hours on the erg! Like most rowers in the northern hemisphere, I’m sure you’re glad that winter season is officially over. With all the time you’ve worked on your strength and endurance in the winter, it’s time to translate it to speed on the water. Rowing in Motion is here to help you
The very first App we ever released on the AppStore was the SpeakingStrokewatch. This App is a handy little utility I wrote in 2012 for my own coaching, which allows me to tap a big button to measure stroke-rate and have the App read it back to me via text-to-speech. Since we started working on Rowing
I’m sure many of you have closely followed the olympic rowing regatta. One of the highlights of the event was the close finish in the men’s single sculls between Mahé Drysdale of New Zealand and Damir Martin of Croatia. The photofinish turned out favorably for Mahé, winning him his second olympic gold medal in the men’s
It’s been in the making for quite some time, but after extensive testing with national and international top teams it is finally here! The Rowing in Motion SensorBox combines high precision inertial sensors with a 10Hz GPS for unsurpassed quality of boat speed measurement and 3D shell movement analysis. The integrated WiFi Access Point allows you
Today we are releasing version 4.4.1 of the Rowing in Motion for Teams and Solo App. As usual, the update is available immediately for Android Users and will be available for iOS users after Apple has completed their mandatory review procedure. Improvements to the Apps “My Sessions” tab now loads a lot faster “Location Lockdown”: Distance
Just a quick notice to inform you that we have the Rowing in Motion Smartphone Mount back in stock. We’ve been busy shipping backorders last week and we have set up production so that we have a constant stream of new stock coming in. Get yours now in our Shop.
In a recent article we’ve looked at the various aspects of defining and improving Efficiency in Rowing. In this article I want to expand on the concept of “drag efficiency” outlined in this article and how we can operationalize this concept for daily training to accurately asses a crew’s rowing technique. This article is guided by a simple question: How
Today we are releasing version 4.4 of the Rowing in Motion for Teams and Solo App. As usual, the update is available immediately for Android Users and will be available for iOS users after Apple has completed their mandatory review procedure. New Drag Efficiency Metric The most efficient way to move a boat through the water
The last release went by without a separate announcement of changes on the blog as we usually do, despite shipping a major addition of a new discipline. To remedy this oversight, here’s a quick rundown of what’s new: Kayak Stroke Detection: Thanks to data provided by the Australian Olympic Canoe and Kayak team we were able to
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