When you’re working out on a regular basis, no matter what the workout is, feeding your body properly makes a huge difference in your success. It’s not just the meals you eat throughout the day but when you eat them and what you eat in between, if at all. My coach in college was especially adamant about 2 things, eat before practice and eat after practice.
The FVRA 2002 Vespoli women’s 8 is a part of rowing history. The Kris Karlson ’85, affectionately referred to as “The Kris”, is named after World Rowing Cup/World Rowing Championship medalist and Olympian, Dr. Kristine Karlson. Kris Karlson was a 4-year collegiate sweep rower with Williams College. She entered medical school at University of Connecticut in 1985. A chance meeting with Stewart Anderson, rowing coach at
A wise coach once told me that medals are “won in the winter, and picked up in the spring.” While this may be motivating right after the fall season, several months of erging indoors can bore even the most dedicated rower. Ideally, with spring just around the corner, many of us are in our “rowing-specific preparation” phase of training. In addition to continuing to improve our