Free R&R indoor training guide!

[newsimage=0]Aimed at beginners and ergo monsters alike, our handy 10-page Indoor Rowing training guide will ensure that you are on top form for the British Rowing Indoor Championships on February 8th.

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With an eight-week training guide just for beginners, Olympic champion Martin Cross shows new rowers how to reach race pace and get fit for 2015. The training plan starts on Sunday 14th December – time to get ready!

If you’ve been rowing for a while then don’t miss Anna Watkins’ top Indoor Rowing tips. The London 2012 Olympic champion holds the world record time for a 5k test – find out how you can max your racing too.

Need some extra motivation? Rowing & Regatta readers also reveal their favourite beats to get them through a 2k test. Check out their top tracks inside the issue.

We’d love to hear if you have a favourite track to train to, so why not let us know by tweeting @britishrowing. We’ll be compiling playlists in the build-up to the Champs, and your choice could be played in the Velodrome during the event!

With advice on power foods and race day nutrition, this special R&R supplement really is your one-stop guide to preparing for February’s Indoor Champs. Why not beat the Christmas excesses and keep fit instead?

How to enter

Visit the Indoor Champs on the website now to take advantage of an ‘early bird’ discount until Thursday 18th December:

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With options to race over 2km, 1km, a team-friendly relay event and adaptive rowing classes, there is a format to suit both experienced rowers and those looking for a new fitness challenge. All in the inspirational surrounds of the Olympic Velodrome, now known as Lee Valley VeloPark.

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