A lot of people don’t think they can do a 2,000 meter race and I will admit that the older you get, the harder it seems to row the distance. However, with the right training plan, just about anyone can prepare themselves, especially the younger rowers.

It is important to remember that when you race the 2,000 meters, you have to know what pace you can row at to complete the distance. You can only determine this from what you do in training. Below is provided a 6 week training program to help you get started. You can download your own personal training program from the Concept2 website to suit your own level of fitness.



2,000 meter training guide



Important Medical Recommendation:IMG_1954

If when training you feel unwell, or have recently been suffering from a virus, we recommend that you do not train. Indoor racing requires maximal effort and the organisers takes no responsibility for illness or injury caused as a consequence. If you have any doubts you should seek medical advice prior to training and racing.