by Cat Trentham
I am delighted to announce my recent association with British Rowing as an Indoor Rowing Master Trainer. This new role is a fantastic opportunity for me to equip others with the right knowledge and skills to introduce and enhance indoor rowing experiences across the nation.
As a Master Trainer, I will be providing training to volunteers, coaches, instructors, and fitness professionals, guiding them on how to lead the 'Go Row Indoor' sessions. This training is recognised by the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMPSA) and takes place both online and in-person.
By ensuring trainers know the nuances of using the rowing machine correctly, we can alleviate the common apprehensions individuals might have about this exercise. As someone who has seen the transformative power of indoor rowing firsthand, I believe it is an all-encompassing machine suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
My Vision Ahead
Indoor rowing isn't just an exercise; for many, it's a gateway into the broader world of rowing. With initiatives like 'Go Row Indoor', we're not just promoting a fitness regimen; we're inviting more individuals to experience the thrill of rowing, possibly leading them to explore the sport more extensively.
As I step into this role, I am optimistic about what we can achieve. It's not just about teaching someone the correct rowing technique; it's about introducing them to a community, a lifestyle, and possibly a new passion.
For those looking to delve deeper into the specifics of Go Row Indoor instructor training and its nuances, I highly recommend visiting British Rowing's dedicated section on their website.