Private Coaching in the Art of Sculling.
Are you an experienced athlete looking to try a new sport, or an experienced rower looking to get to the next level? Then Private Coaching in the Art of Sculling could provide you with the skills you need.
You must be able to swim 50 meters and be flexible enough to get into a rowing boat at dockside. We will attempt to accommodate all experience levels (including beginners).
Sessions are 1 hour each. You must purchase 3 sessions of coaching. Scheduling depends on availability of coaches and boats.
For more information or to schedule a session, contact the coaches directly (see below).
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Cost: Cost depends on the number of people participating in the sessions.
- One person: $185.00/3 hours
- Two people: $125.00/person, 3 hours of coaching
- Four people: $95.00/person, 3 hours of coaching
Email: gpayne AT uoguelph.ca
George has 5 years experience as a varsity rower, was previously Men’s Captain of the Guelph Gryphons, competed at the National Rowing Championshipsand the Canadian University Rowing Championships in which he placed Top 10 in the Men’s Lwt 1x event. George’s training experience has provided him of a good knowledge of the fundamentals of rowing and training, which he was fortunate to use in his volunteer coaching of high school athletes in both winter and fall seasons. George enjoys coaching tremendously and looks forward to getting to learn more about your stroke and what he can do to help improve it.
Email: mcamer07 AT uoguelph.ca
Myles fell in love with rowing in 2010, when he first started training as a novice in high school. Six years later, having competed at a varsity level for two years at regattas from the Canadian University Championships in Victoria, BC to Head of the Charles in Boston, Mass. he has turned that love into a passion for coaching. From supporting new athletes through the basics and fostering their competitive spirit, through to analyzing the technique and power leaks of a veteran rower, Myles is determined to instil the same love and passion for the sport in all of his athletes.