Adult Spring Challenge Series
Pre-requisites: No prior rowing experience required. NEW ATHLETES WANTED New to Rowing? Need cross-training? Try our program for one week with no commitment!
PVRC will be offering a month of paid programming that features group workouts, as well as individualized coaching sessions (virtually, of course). We feel you’ll get great value out of this programming, and have a coach to motivate you and hold you accountable to your goals! Sign up today for one of our two program packages. 1.Basic Package 2. PVRC Spring Into Action Package
You’ll receive a list of weekly workouts and healthy habits provided by the PVRC coaches that you can choose to do on your own and at any time. Workouts will be shared through a google document where dialogue can happen with the coaches. These workouts are a mix of activities such as: bodyweight circuits, aerobic movement, yoga, core circuits and nutritional tips. The benefit of signing up for this package is that you don’t need to come up with your own workouts. We’ll do all the thinking for you! Great way to keep the body moving. Bonus points - include your family with these! Get everyone moving!
Dates: April 27 - May 22
Cost: 4 weeks $40
PVRC Spring Into Action Package
This package will include all the workouts given in the basic package along with some bonus workout videos and one-on-one training tips.
In addition to having a weekly training plan, you can choose a coach to give you one-on- one workout sessions and technical tips to help you perform at your highest potential. Videos and information can be provided on the following topics: best technique practice on the erg and boat, training tips, nutrition, mobility, sculling tips and tricks, lifting exercises, mobility and so much more. After you sign up, a coach will reach out to you asking how we can help serve you best. For example: Coach Sue can provide an exercise program for anyone struggling with limitations and chronic issues. Coach Marisa can help with a one-on-one plan that works on mobility and lifting. Coach Jones will be offering great drills you can add to your erg workouts along with tips on how to make the boat go fast. This package will provide new options for all to enjoy no matter what your experience level may be. What are you waiting for? Paddles Up! Set Ready, Row!
Dates: April 27 - May 22
Cost: 4 weeks $80
The following programs have been modified. Click HERE for a summary of current offerings.
ADULT ROWING PROGRAMS
The Pioneer Valley Riverfront Club offers four coached adult programs and several individual options during our on-the-water season which runs from (tbd) until November 8th, 2020. All programs operate from the historic Rockrimmon Boathouse on the Connecticut River in Springfield, MA.
Programs are open to all age groups, athletic backgrounds and levels of experience. Whether you are a college rower or have never rowed before, we have a program for you. Many of our rowers do not race but participate in our practices for exercise, socialization, and to enjoy the great outdoors on the Connecticut river. Others train on a regular basis and compete in regattas around the region. Whether you are interested in collegiate training, participating in regattas, or recreational rowing, we’re committed to connecting you to the river and finding a program that works best with your schedule and goals.
If you are interested in learning how to row with a group or are an experienced rower looking for a coached program, please sign up for one of these four options:
1. Adult Beginner Rowing, for beginners or those who want a "refresher"
2. Adult Rowing, for the recreational rower or intermediate rower with the option to race
3. Adult Advanced Rowing, for the competitive rower who can train outside of practice and race
4. Collegiate Racing and Training Program, a value-priced program for collegiate athletes including recent high school graduates
If you would like a more flexible, individual experience, we offer
1. Private sculling lessons (beginner to advanced, starting in June)
2. Club boat sculling (for proficient scullers who do not own a boat, with prerequisites)
3. Private boat rack rental and boathouse use (also available for kayakers)