Apr 17, 2012

Difference in technique, what brings Olympic gold and what does not.

 From slowest
To faster
To fastest. Olympic gold, Olympic record, 6:44.85

The key to very fast rowing, winning Olympic gold, and setting the Olympic record, is to have the blade covered with as much body in the stern as possible.  The top two pictures are boats that are scheduled to participate at the London Olympics.  The last picture is of me days before competing at the Atlanta Olympics and setting the new record. 

I know how to train rowers to set the blade.  I always stay positive, I do not use negative language.

La clave para remar muy rápido, ganar el oro olímpico, y establecer el récord olímpico, es tener la hoja cubierta con el cuerpo tanto en la popa como sea posible. Las dos fotos primeras son barcos que están planificados para competir en los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres. La última imagen es de mí días antes de competir en los Juegos Olímpicos de Atlanta quando estableci el nuevo record.

cómo entrenar los remeros para poner la hoja. Yo siempre mantengo una actitud positiva, no utilizo lenguaje negativo.


Xeno 
www.xenocoach.com to beat everybody else, by using digital commentary of individual's rowing technique.
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Xeno Muller, Olympic gold and silver medalist, indoor rowing, rowing technique.

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Apr 17, 2012

Difference in technique, what brings Olympic gold and what does not.

 From slowest
To faster
To fastest. Olympic gold, Olympic record, 6:44.85

The key to very fast rowing, winning Olympic gold, and setting the Olympic record, is to have the blade covered with as much body in the stern as possible.  The top two pictures are boats that are scheduled to participate at the London Olympics.  The last picture is of me days before competing at the Atlanta Olympics and setting the new record. 

I know how to train rowers to set the blade.  I always stay positive, I do not use negative language.

La clave para remar muy rápido, ganar el oro olímpico, y establecer el récord olímpico, es tener la hoja cubierta con el cuerpo tanto en la popa como sea posible. Las dos fotos primeras son barcos que están planificados para competir en los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres. La última imagen es de mí días antes de competir en los Juegos Olímpicos de Atlanta quando estableci el nuevo record.

cómo entrenar los remeros para poner la hoja. Yo siempre mantengo una actitud positiva, no utilizo lenguaje negativo.


Xeno 
www.xenocoach.com to beat everybody else, by using digital commentary of individual's rowing technique.
www.row2go.com to beat boredom on the rowing machine
949-400-7630
Xeno Muller, Olympic gold and silver medalist, indoor rowing, rowing technique.

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