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Testimonials for Faster Masters Rowing Radio podcasts

Focused on Masters, respectful of and relevant for older Masters (60+), useful, accessible tools for training & improvement, the positive and lighthearted attitudes of the hosts combined with seriously good content. Nadia, Ontario, Canada

The Faster Masters series. It’s relevant for me and touched on a lot of topics that interest me. Sue, TX, USA

What I love about Rebecca’s podcast is that she is connected to the international elite rowing world, and is knowledgeable about the elites, but yet makes the interviews applicable to masters rowers.

Also, Rebecca is a serious competitor. Not that rowing can’t be for the recreational competitors, but there’s no reason that masters can’t train hard, and she respects and caters to those kinds of masters rowers. Nick, Glasgow, Scotland

Some Masters rowers’ info sources (like US rowing magazine masters corner) remind us to wear sunscreen or drink enough water or suggests we remember to warm up before exertion. These are important for sure… but really?

Marlene takes serious masters rowers seriously, and knows about striving and excellence in masters rowing, and helps us achieve our goals through smart training and hard work. Richard, CA, USA

Open responses about effects and coping with ageing re: training strategies, racing, etc. I like the way Rebecca follows her plan but picks up other threads that expand the conversion in a natural way. Graham, London, UK

As a Master newcomer, I’m most interested in technique, then exercises to supplement rowing performance & injury prevention. Sally, NY, USA