Like many other services on the internet, Rowing in Motion Analytics was affected by the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug, which allowed potential attackers to reveal the contents of small portions of server memory contents. In the case of Rowing in Motion Analytics, this bug affects information going through the nginx-based load balancers of our hosting plattform
It’s finally done – today we have pushed our long anticipated 1.3.0 Update for the Rowing in Motion App which brings the features of the old “Rowing in Motion Coach” App into our new App that is linked to Analytics. That means that you can now record Rowing in Motion Videos in the App too
We plan to introduce a range of features to Rowing in Motion Analytics to make it much better to use for Coaches. If not to say, it first got explicitly usable for coaches because right now we only had a single type of Account for Coaches and Athletes. To use all coaching related features of
Today we released Rowing in Motion 1.2 with support for a highly requested “Cox Mode” that allows you to use Rowing in Motion in the cox seat as well. The update is available on Google Play immediately and will be available on the iOS App Store in a couple of days when it has gone through
As we have outlined recently, we are going to completely replace our iOS Apps with a single new App linked to Analytics. Well, the day has come and our brand new iOS App is now available on iTunes. So what’s changed? Well, for starters the App is free but requires to be linked against an
The rowing season is just about to start (in the northern hemisphere at least), so why not start analyzing your rowing technique with Rowing in Motion and track your improvements? To make the decision a little easier, we have decided to cut pricing down for our Athlete Pro plan, which is now at 59€ instead
How Rowing Boats move through the Water Rowing Boats do not move at constant velocity. Velocity is constantly changing over the course of a stroke in a rhythmic pattern. The change in velocity is called acceleration. In that variation lays the answer to rowing efficiently and increasing the average speed at which the boat moves towards the
One common problem with comparing the acceleration profiles of typical strokes is that slight variations in stroke-rate make it hard to reliably assess the real difference between two or more examined profiles. We deployed an improvement to Analytics that allows you to make such comparisons more easily. Comparing profiles at different stroke-rates As an example,
We are psyched to announce the biggest change in Rowing in Motion since its initial launch. Over the past couple of months we have been adding a bunch of features to Analytics and made sure it is ready for prime time. Our new Android App, which has been available on the Google Play Store for exactly three
I hate remembering another password as much as the next guy, nonetheless there are situations where you wouldn’t want to bind your account solely to a Google or Facebook account. This is true for organizations that want to use Rowing in Motion Analytics (until we have implemented explicit support for them, which should be coming
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