“I depend on Rowing in Motion to coach myself and others and monitor my training. I have tried out all the main rowing apps on iOS but, for well over a year, RiM has been the standout. It does all the simple stuff like track your distance, rating, speed and heart rate in real time and does it well. And the extras are amazing: the realtime acceleration graphs (backed up by offline analysis) have helped me focus on the parts of my technique that matter. My technique is now better and I race faster.
I have recently started using your online training log screens, which means I don’t have to log training load manually. I even use RiM when I am on my erg to log that effort too.
There are two more features that are worth gold to me: the automated race analysis with customisable splits is simply awesome - I use it after every race. The feature where you can video a rower and overlay their force curves is equally amazing. I have used this with several scullers in my club and they just cannot get over how informative it is.
Finally I want to acknowledge how responsive you were when a bug crept in, the bug was squashed within a few days. Thanks for all your effort on this amazing virtual coach.”
Stephen Trowell, Coach and Masters Rower, Black Mountain Rowing Club (AUS)
Smartphones are a great tool to track your rowing workouts and performance. However, you need to take them with you on the water and attach them to the boat one way or another so that an App (e.g. Rowing in Motion) can use the integrated sensors to capture speed and stroke-rate. Every boat is a bit unique
Today we are releasing version 4.2 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 Here’s the summary of changes: Add a screen lock so that
Today we are releasing version 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 Here’s the summary of changes: (Teams) You can now specify the
Today we are releasing version 4.0 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. If you’re using live-telemetry, please be aware that this version contains breaking changes in the
Sonification refers to the process of representing time-series data acoustically, as sound, in contrast to the commonly used visual representations like graphs. While visual representation of performance parameters in rowing is important for its accuracy, visual representation has some challenges when we want to it for the purpose of live feedback on the water. Acoustic feedback on the other hand has certain
Fall season is head race season. One particularly interesting aspect of these races is that they are not held on straight regatta courses. Hence, not only boat speed is crucial, but also optimising your steering to go the shortest route possible. Today we have released an update to Analytics to better support analyzing these types of
With this release, we’re shipping a long awaited feature: create and row custom workout programs with the App. But we’ve worked on many other parts of RiM as well. Improvements to the Apps Creating or Editing a Workout Program This is the first release of this new feature and we are eagerly awaiting your feedback
Just a quick heads up to introduce a new feature in RiM For Teams. We’ve had the capability to add Athletes to a team and to add them to the crew for recorded rowing sessions for quite a while now in Analytics. With a recent update we do now also enable coaches to view the workout log and training
"I used it today and found really interesting , a few good insights already to make a better catch with no need of camera or even a coach..."
Carlos Cordal, Masters Rower from Brasil