ERA's programs will get you on the Snohomish River and learning the basics in no time. Classes begin on the rowing machines (ergometers), allowing participants the opportunity to learn rowing terminology and technique in a very stable environment. The rowers will become familiar with rowing terminology, the fundamentals of technique, and learn to row in a fun group environment.
Combine the skill and athleticism of power lifting, swimming, and the golf swing. Now imagine eight athletes performing the motion in perfect synchronization. Welcome to the sport of rowing, otherwise known as "crew."
Everyone practices, everyone races. There is no "bench seat" in the sport of rowing. It is the policy of Everett Rowing that no cuts are made. All that wish to participate or compete, have the opportunity to do so.
Character Building. Feedback from parents and athletes often focus on the character building aspect of the ERA programs. Athletes learn responsibility, leadership skills, teamwork, self respect, self confidence, commitment, and dedication all while having fun in a friendly supportive environment.
Rowing is perfect for people of all fitness levels and previous athletic experience!
See how you can get involved below!
|14 to adult||Saturday Introduction to Rowing
Basic terminology, introduction to equipment,
body mechanics and rowing on the water
A four-hour basic intro to the sport.
|18 and over||Learn to Row Classes
A series of 6 classes (9 hours of total instruction) in boats
and on indoor rowing machines. Learning fundamentals of
body mechanics, bladework and boat movement.
|18 and over||Masters (Adult) Teams
Once you have learned the basics of rowing, you will be
prepared to row in one of our regular groups.
|12 and over||See Tabs under "Youth Rowing"||Click Here|