High Winds Damage Half of Loveland Rowing Club’s Fleet

Loveland Rowing Club experienced its fair share of turbulence in 2020, but a recent storm provided another setback for the club and its members. An evening storm on June 8 damaged half of Loveland Rowing Club’s fleet of boats. The storm also did significant damage around the Colorado town both by knocking down multiple trees…


From San Francisco to Hawaii: One Boulder Man’s Rowing Journey to Raise Awareness

Leg days may look the same for most of us, but one Boulder, CO man is taking his training to the next level. Tez Steinberg is preparing for a trip few people would be daring enough to take. The Colorado Athletic Club member trained in February to set out on a solo rowing odyssey. The…


Rowing a Marathon: How to Go the Distance

If you’ve spent a lot of time rowing—whether on a shell or in whitewater—you’ve likely thought about attempting a long-distance row. Most endurance sports have long-distance race options, but few truly long-distance opportunities exist for rowers. Well, there’s a new rowing opportunity sweeping the community: marathons. You might have thought about running a marathon, but spending 3+…


Best Nutrition Strategies for Row Days

Whether you prefer to launch out on a river or lake, rowing requires a massive amount of energy. Over the course of the day, you’ll burn thousands of calories transporting your boat and your body over water. To adequately prepare, you’ll need to properly nourish your body. Here’s what to do the day before a…