Under the advice of Scottish Rowing, Tay Rowing Club have made the hard decision to suspend all club based rowing until further notice due to the #COVID19 virus. We will continue to monitor the situation and hope we can all get back out on the water, safely, soon!
Having recently moved up to the Tayside area from down south, I decided to return to rowing after 6 years off the water as a way to meet new people locally and stay fit. I was nervous, having not touched a blade for a while, but thankfully rowing can be a bit like riding a Read more about Return to rowing![…]
written by TRC member Andrea Wilson A lot of firsts this weekend! Tay Rowing Club was at Inverness rowing club’s first event since lockdown with about 150 other boats on the amazing #caladoniancanal First rowing race ever for Becs, Rhona and I! Wins? Didn’t come last didn’t hurt ourselves or any one else! First race Read more about A tale of firsts![…]
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Like all clubs, we’ve got members from a variety of backgrounds with a tonne of knowledge in their specialised field. So for our latest blog, we’ve asked a couple of our medical professionals to give us some good tips for you all on how to boost your immune system going into the winter! Here’s what Read more about Stay healthy this winter![…]
With the days beginning to grow colder lately, it’s important to remind ourselves that rowing in winter can be very different from the summer conditions we have gotten used to. The cold winter weather increases the risk of hypothermia, but we can advert this by focusing on being prepared and wearing sufficient clothing. Several thin Read more about Cold Weather Rowing ❄️[…]
2020 has certainly been a different year! From full lockdown to getting back on the water on a restricted capacity, it’s tested skills and confidence. In line with Scottish Rowing guidance, the period from the end of June through to October has predominantly been in single sculls. This initially posed a challenge for the club Read more about Braving Singles![…]
Anyone who’s ever been on a club committee can probably agree that when it comes to organising events, competitions, or even regular training sessions, sometimes it all comes together and the planning pays off. There are also times when the running of a club feels like a slight uphill battle. Individual work commitments, holidays, family, Read more about Scottish Rowing Lockdown League[…]
It’s fair to say the last 10 weeks during lockdown have been challenging for most. Let’s face it, we’re used to our freedom and definitely not used to being told to stay in our homes and only venture out once a day for exercise! On top of that, the endless amounts of negative press and Read more about Easing out of lockdown – looking after our wellbeing![…]
Being part of a sports club isn’t only about keeping fit and active but also about the social element with people who share the same interest. During lockdown TRC members haven’t just been missing being on the water, but also the interaction with others from the club so we decided to make good use of Read more about Tay Rowing Club – lockdown quiz night![…]
Most of us will be finding it harder than ever to meet the government’s recommended target of 150 minutes of exercise a week. For the essential workers and business owners among us, while you are taking on extra shifts with reduced staffing levels or fighting to keep businesses afloat, sitting on the erg for 30 Read more about Maintaining fitness motivation during lockdown![…]