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The ProW has an innovative shape that relieves glute and upper hamstring pain and thereby helps improve your erg workout. This is the HIGH version – designed for athletes over 85kg. This model is most used by men, and mostly men above 85 kg because it is is higher and harder than the low ProW seat pad. It differs from conventional rowing seats in more ways: It has a ‘saddle’/projection in the middle and the holes are elliptical to create optimal pressure distribution from your pelvis. Further, the ProW has an opening for your tailbone and a projection at the back which helps to improve your technique. The projection simply makes it easier to sit up at the finish and transition from stroke to recovery phase. Designed by Danish lightweight international rowers it is recommended mainly for use on top of a regular Concept2 rowing seat. But it can also be taped to a seat in the boat using double sided adhesive tape (supplied). Manufacturer recommends allowing 3-5 training sessions to adapt and learn to use the seat. It reshapes to suit your body shape by 10-20% over time with frequent use. The material is smooth when new and the top surface rubs off with use making the seat non-slip. There is tape on the back of the seat for you to glue to the C2 which will help fix the seat until the surface material is fully rubbed off.
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Please never forget to stretch after all your workouts like I do
Even if you're just taking it easy and not even breaking a sweat during your exercises, including constitutional walks and family saunters and even really slow rows on your rowing erg, never forget to give yourself a nice stretch every time your done with your exercises, even if you just get just a little bit of a warm-up.
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The 2017 Concept2 Holiday Challenge Begins November 23
Some news from Concept2 about their upcoming individual challenge, the 2017 Concept2 Holiday Challenge:
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Start preparing for the Concept2 Holiday Challenge today
Unlike most Concept2 Challenges, the Holiday Challenge demands a lot from us from the very beginning: 6,451.61 meters-per-day, on average, to accumulate 200,000 meters over the 31-day Concept2 Holiday Challenge—which is a lot if you're not used to high-mileage rowing. But you can do it!
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2017 Concept2 Skeleton Crew Challenge Starts Today!
Today is day one of Concept2's annual Halloween individual rowing challenge, the 2017 Skeleton Crew Challenge! It's simple, on the nose, and fun: row at least 31,000 meters between October 25th and October 31st—Halloween! 
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My favorite indoor rowing trou shorts just arrived from Concept2
UPDATE: I have indeed blown through a pair of these cotton rowing trou, just as I had feared. They blew out when I was sitting down for an indoor row.
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Feiyue Tiger Claw shoes are perfect for indoor rowing
I love these Tiger Claw martial arts shoes for rowing on the Concept2 erg. I love them for kettlebells too. Even better than Converse All Stars. So minimal and so cheap and so sure-footed. Only $18 online. Such a deal.
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Join the 2017 Concept2 Dog Days Challenge of Summer Challenge
The Dog Days of Summer are almost upon us! August 1–28, 2017! What better time for a Concept2 Challenge?
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2017 Concept2 Summer Solstice Challenge
It's almost the official beginning of summer here in the Northern hemisphere, and we have a great challenge in store to celebrate. The Summer Solstice Challenge is our way of honoring the longest day of the year.
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March is Heaven for Concept2 Erg Challenges
March and April are super-awesome months if you love the working out on a Concept2 rowing ergometer. There's both an individual challenge in the form of the Mud Season Madness and a virtual team challenge fifteen days later, the World Erg Challenge.
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