The LaSalle Rowing Club has a number of clinics scheduled for rowers eager to learn more about the sport.
The LRC is seeking new and energetic coaches to kick-off the 2003 season, and help its Learn-To-Rows, competitive and recreational rowers.
Proper rowing techniques depend on well-performed skills, including good posture, correct use of hands and blade work. Bad habits can develop, which detract from the performance of other members in the boat. Rowing skills are enhanced through drills, new methods, ideas, and demonstrations.
Coaches assist athletes to learn and develop these essential skills. A coach must be able to mentally picture the rowing movement in order to teach, compare or correct a technique. If you want to learn more about the sport of rowing, then the challenge of coaching may be for you. Coaches will be paired to teach the Learn-to-Row sessions.
All coaches must have technical level 1 certification. Level 1 theory is also recommended. ( ).
Upcoming Level 1 Technical Clinics
Fri, Feb 7, 7-10pm & Sat, Feb 8, 9-6pm with Al Morrow and Volker Nolte
Room 3154 Thames Hall, University of Western Ontario
Cost is $80
Please make cheque payable to the Ontario Rowing Association and mail to:
Thames Hall, Room 3140
The University of Western Ontario
London ON N6A 3K7
Tom O. and Kristine N. will be attending, so get in touch with them to arrange transportation.
Sat, Mar 22 & Sun, Mar 23 with Mike
Cost is $80
Please make cheque payable to the LaSalle Rowing Club and mail to:
LaSalle Rowing Club
c/o Herb Colling
Box 1377, Belle River ON N0R 1A0
Also, for those interested in furthering their coaching abilities, there is a level 1 theory course. This clinic will be offered in LaSalle for a cost of $80. The dates are Sat, Feb 1 and Sun, Feb 2. Please notify Herb Colling ( ) if you are interested in learning more about the theory behind coaching.
The Kaschper Winter Repair Clinic is offered free of charge, and a group from LaSalle is planning to attend. The clinic takes place in Lucan, which is just 20 minutes north of London. Boat repair clinics will be held on Sat, Jan 25 or Sat, Feb 22.
The schedule for the day includes:
9:00 coffee and continental breakfast
9:30 tour of facility
10:00 six 30-minute sessions
questions and answers
The clinic will end at approximately 4pm. If you are interested in boat repair, please notify Kristine Nohavicka ( ) We will register as a group and will try to arrange a carpool.
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