I have a RipRow arriving in a couple of days and a MTB race on Sunday which has a lot of logs. I tend to lose a lot of speed over them. Could you give me some advice on the RipRow method for logs please.
Also, I found some advice about pushing the feet forward/back when rowing/ anti rowing, but can't find the article and can't remember which way round to goes!!
Sorry to ask newbie questions. Thanks for your time.
Hahaha! I sound so British!
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Thanks for reaching out (and for buying a RipRow; you’re going to love it.).
Riding over a sizable log uses the fully elliptical RipRow movement pattern. This is a high-level skill. When you have this on lockdown, riding elevates to RIDING!
You’re asking about creating opposition. This too is a high-level skill, but it should underlie everything you do.
Have fun out there!