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Part 1: Senior International Rowing Noel Donaldson - Head Coach, Rowing New Zealand Johan Flodin - Head Coach, Norway Simon Cox - Former Head Coach, Switzerland Tomas Poulson - Former Head Coach, Denmark Part 2: National Rowing (Universities and Clubs) Ben Lewis - Head Coach, Thames Rowing Club, London, UK Dave O'Neill - Head Coach, University of Texas, Austin, USA Mark Fangen-Hall - Head Coach, Mercantile, Melbourne, Australia Part 3: Technique and Training Technique and Drills: Robin Williams - GB Rowing Training Intensity for Rowing: Dr Charles Simpson - Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University UK and Professor Steve Seiler - Vice Rectorat the University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway Strength and Conditioning: Dr Trent Lawton - High Performance Sport, New Zealand Nutrition for Advanced Rowing: Dr Charles Simpson - Senior Lecturer, Oxford Brookes University, UK Utilising Technology for Advanced Rowing: Dr Conny Draper - Biomechanist On Bullshit Point: Christopher Dodd - Journalist, Editor, Author and Rowing Historian

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An invaluable resource for rowing coaches, bringing together advice and an understanding of the working practices of high calibre international and national rowing coaches from around the world. A blueprint for successful rowing coaching.

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Charles Simpson is Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science at Oxford Brookes University. Jim Flood is Coach Educator for British Rowing and a FISA Development Coach. They are the authors of The Complete Guide to Indoor Rowing (Bloomsbury).

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