YOUR MASTERS ROWING COACHES
You want a rowing coach who understands the needs of masters rowers.
Congratulations, you’ve found an online rowing coach and a rowing training program for masters. We coach rowing beginners who are just getting started as novice rowers and we also coach experienced masters rowers who have been sculling and rowing for many years. You have found a rowing coach who explains carefully, who enables you to self-coach rowing technique and to improve your sculling skills.
Faster Masters Rowing Coaches write the masters rowing training program which we sell as a monthly subscription. If you want to gain focus for recreational rowing training, or create a rowing camp program suitable for masters sculling then you have come to the right place.
Marlene Royle was among the first coaches dedicated to masters rowing. Marlene’s coaching career began in 1982 with the Boston University Summer Recreational Rowing Program, a community sweep program on the Charles River. From 1986 to 2005, Marlene coached at the Craftsbury Sculling Center in Vermont and was the associate director for three years. From 2005 to 2009, Marlene was the head coach at the Florida Rowing Center in Wellington, Florida. Currently, she coaches masters on the water at Aviron Knowlton Rowing, Craftsbury Sculling Center, and Lemon Bay Crew Club.
As a competitor, Marlene rowed for West Side Rowing Club, Boston University, and Boston Rowing Club. She has won titles in sculling and sweep rowing including a U.S. National Championship, a Collegiate National Championship, and a Head of the Charles gold. In 2000, Royle set two world records on the Concept2 Indoor Rower. Publications include Skillful Rowing, Tip of the Blade: Notes on Rowing, and The Faster Masters Rowing: eBook series co-authored with Rebecca.. Her Training column appears monthly in Rowing Magazine. She rows her 1x as much as possible too.
Rebecca Caroe is a masters rower and a rowing coach. She is a rowing entrepreneur having founded Rowperfect UK and the RowingChat podcast network.
She learnt to row at Pembroke College Boat Club, Cambridge where she met a coxswain who said “You’re tall – you should try rowing“. And Rebecca has been enjoying rowing ever since.
Rebecca has coached athletes from age 10 to over 70 years old and enjoys helping masters rowers understand how a boat moves and ways to make it go faster.
BBC News invited Rebecca into their studio as the “Studio Expert” during the London Olympic Games to commentate. She lends her commentary services to local regattas in New Zealand and is part of the Henley Royal Regatta youtube commentary team.
She rows at North Shore Rowing Club in Auckland, New Zealand where she practices with a growing group of masters rowers – they love having guests so please visit if you are in town.