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Once again Mike and I (another Mike) are back at it, answer specific rowing questions. Over 40 minutes of speed, rigging, and tactics talks (including Johnny Cash discussion!!). We welcome aboard our first sponsor, row2k.com. The site all rowers and coaches should read every day! (I seem to have picked up a slight background ticking noise in parts …
 
A very special rowing episode, in which Mike and I answer 8 questions submitted by listeners. These are some of our favorite sessions. It’s a lengthy episode, and here is what we tackled: Podcasts question for this episode What do you think about making rigging adjustments and not telling the rowers? How much do you talk to your athletes/gather the…
 
Your athletes (and you) are very busy people. I bet they have a long list of actions they have to take, right now, before your practice, your game, and that all important video session. Helping them learn how to balance and prioritize all their obligations can help them be a better athlete, and help you have a better team and be a more relaxed coac…
 
In this episode we answers 6 questions specific to rowing. They are: How much time do you spend in the first week on the water versus doing other stuff on land? What would that other stuff on land be? What kind of minutes and level of work should we be doing? What do you find is the most helpful drill to understand the connection between the blade …
 
People are our profession, but sometimes we struggle with the people closest to us especially other coaches. There are several of reasons for this, and there are actions you can take to help keep things working smoothly. Mike and Mike discuss those, and how you can be the empathetic coach that makes a difference. The post 20. Mike and Mike on Relat…
 
Mike and I talk about the world of relating to an athlete, in response to the question, “How can I best form productive and effective relationships with my athletes?” This topic is a very deep one, and we touch on a few important issues, along with challenges and rewards. It has been reported that relationships are the number one reason why coaches…
 
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