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LXXV Deneb Captain's Log

26th February 2020

Dear Cygnets,

I hope everyone is doing well.

Unfortunately no water sessions last weekend due Red Flag, but very good workout in the shed and tank focusing on technique. Well done everyone. Thank you all of you who made it to the AGM and the Boat Executive Meeting. Congratulations to all elected Committee members!!!

Rowing Safety:

Please be careful out there take a look good out - it is Ebb Yellow (Orange) flag (Check our webpage). Please don't underestimate the river and the weather conditions. If you are not sure if you should go out, probably you shouldn't.

Racing and Training: We start to focus on HORR - and Spring

Please update your availability ASAP for racing (HoRR/Vets) & training sessions (including Training Camp) in fitclub https://www.fitclub.me/user/attendance , so we can plan best. (Gentle reminder cut off day for outings on the weekends is Tuesday)

Don't forget we are already training for Spring/Summer. Please consider every session as an opportunity to improve and get fitter.

This week's Training:

Tuesday: Erg: 4k/3k/2k/1k continuous, R18/20/22/24, UT1
Core and Stretching

Wednesday:Weights Core, focus on technique.

Thursday:
Erg: 3x (4'4') @ R24-26, 4' rest, approx. 5k pace

Outings/Training sessions this weekend will follow:

Have a nice Tuesday evening and a better rest of the week

Cris

Dates for your Diary:

  • 7th March: WeHoRR (Please come down and give a hand if you can)
  • 21st March: HoRR (Please update your availability)
  • 22nd March: Vets Head (Please update your availability )
  • 3-5thApril: Training Camp - (Please update your availability)  
Author: Neil Pickford

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