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Make 2017 your best rowing season yet

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

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The new Speaking Strokewatch

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

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Rowing in Motion SensorBox now available

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

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Rowing in Motion 4.4.1

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

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Smartphone Mount back in Stock

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.

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The Rowing in Motion Smartphone Mount

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

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Analyze your Rowing Workout Log

We recently added Workout Intensity Diagrams to Analytics, that summarize your rowing sessions based on the time and distance the crew worked in different intensity zones. With all the data already in place, the next logical step was to add some features that would allow you to use Analytics as a workout diary or workout log for your

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Typical Stroke Speed Normalisation

We have recently implemented an improvement to the typical stroke calculation algorithm that further improves comparability for typical strokes. Before the change, typical strokes sometimes exhibited a change in average stroke speed as seen in the chart below. You can see that for some strokes, the boat speed at beginning and end of the stroke

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Workout Intensity Diagrams

It’s summer here on the northern hemisphere and that means the rowing season is well underway. As we train towards the season’s most important competition (be it a regional regatta or the world championships), many training programs increase variation in workout intensity to improve race performance, building on the foundation of long steady-state training sessions in the winter. With Analytics, you

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Analytics Design Refresh

In this post I want to give you a quick look at the refreshed user interface for Rowing in Motion Analytics and give you a short peek behind the scenes on why we did it and what we improved. If you’re curious, please try out the preview of the design refresh here: Analytics Design Preview. Designing for Screen Size Rowing

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