I believe there are at least two schools of thought out there about efficient rowing technique: (1) advocates good sequencing on the drive: legs, body, arms are activated in sequence with not much blending. As a result, the arms pull the handle a good amount when the body is already leaning back. (2) advocates that legs, arms, and hands finish (almost) together. This requires the back to open up when the legs are at 90 degree angle and the arms to come in early. I’d be curious about opinions.
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