81 Years Young – Two World Records. What’s Next?

Meet Joan. She’s 81. She holds the 5K Master’s World Record and most meters rowed in 30 minutes for her age category on the ergometer (rowing machine). Joan says it’s a worthy accomplishment; but she has other goals in mind. She wants to row faster on the water and more efficiently. And she has a plan to make that happen. Joan says she’s not competitive. But we say she embodies the competitive spirit. Continue reading…


Beating the Erg with your Mind

Yes, you read that right. It’s possible. Solid fitness is required but the mind is a powerful tool that can make the body go much further. Find out how to train the most important muscle in your body: the brain.  Continue reading…


EBRC Men Medal (and PR) at 2016 PIRCs

EBRC Men at the PIRCs with Asst. Coach Maddie Hibbs
EBRC Men at the PIRCs with Asst. Coach Maddie Hibbs

The Men’s Team sent 15 rowers to the Penninsula Indoor Rowing Championships on Super Bowl Sunday. This annual event is a 2K erg test for youth, collegiate, and masters rowers in the Bay Area. Continue reading…