I used to competitively row but I have not for afew year's now due to a bad back (my own fault for having poor form).
I usually swim, or go to the gym for cardio/weights... but I must admit I have not done either due to lack of time from uni. Will try to get back into it during semester break, even though my foot is fucked.
years ago when i lived for bodybuilding, i trained 2hrs each day. I loved doing legs because of the burn. i worked up to deep squating 150kg.
Also i did what big arnie used to, just grab 200pd/90kg and do 20sets. you didnt really need to do all the other stuff.
SPRINTING is probably the best single exercise you can do!
itss also good for legs and overall body power and fitness. i still do weekly sprints because its an event with masters life saving carnivals.:banana:
Doing weights and body building is fine BUT it wont get you fit. you will end up an oafing block.You need to supplement it.
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