Training

Training

 

Training is typically held in the afternoons and on weekends. Training is never cancelled due to inclement weather - there is always indoor training. Training does continue over the winter months but the type of training and frequency will depend on weather, availability of boys and coaches, and commitment of the boys.

Boys train in their year groups and are supervised both on and off the water. During on-water training, the Club aims to have a Coach with one or more assistant coaches where possible. 

At the start of a season training will focus on strength and fitness, gradually incorporating technique and skills training as the year progresses, while maintaining a focus on fitness. Strength and fitness training incorporates elements of running, Ergs, rowing and core body strength.  

Boys are to wear Marist (not house) PE uniform (or MCCRC rowing clothing) and ensure they bring runners, a water bottle and hat to every training session.

The 2017-18 afternoon training times for each year group are mandatory sessions for all boys. Boys coxing may be allocated to different days to cox their respective crews.

After school training

Canberra Rowing Club

Please use:  ACTION School Bus Service from Marist to Yarralumla #688 from Bay 8 at 3.24pm for rowing training after school.

Disembark at the first stop in Schlich Street in Yarralumla & then walk across a grassed area/or footpath to Canberra Rowing Club [CRC].  

Canberra Rowing Club is located at Alexandrina Drive, Yarralumla Bay.

 

Lake Tuggeranong Rowing Club

There are a few options:

Action School Bus Service #636 getting off on Anketell St. Departs Marist Bay 5 at 3:16pm

Action School Bus Service #635 (departs Marist Bay 3 at 3:36pm)  or Action School Bus Service #888 (departs Marist Bay 7 at 3:20pm). Get off on Drakeford Drive near Erindale Drive intersection and walk to Lake Tuggeranong Rowing Club sheds.

Catch a direct service from Athllon Drive to Tuggeranong

Lake Tuggeranong Rowing Club is located under the Tuggeranong Library, Tuggeranong.