Rafting : And direction of motion rowing (Chapter 3)



In rowing do not need excessive without proper direction. but if it takes extra speed, then insert the handle of the paddle into the water and paddles with full power. On this occasion the stomach muscles and hands were deployed to obtain optimum power and effective. rowing motion and direction that needs to be understood by all crew boats are as follows:1. Forward Strokes
Starting with the push paddle forward with the outer hand. then hold this position while firmly push the handle forward to press the paddle paddle deep into the water. Continue paddle with a handle at once exciting paddle handle on the correct angle so that the paddle is under the buttocks. remove the paddle and turn the paddle parallel to the surface of the water. Repeat again. This is often called a strong oar. Type of other advanced paddle is to put the paddle out.
2. Back Stroke
The opposite of the forward stroke. dip the paddle into airsehingga far backward ass, then push the handle forward, pulling the handle back and the movement ends when the leaves are on the early scoop paddle forward.


3. Draw Stroke
Done by putting the paddle away laterally and then pull it toward the boat with a straight.

4. Pry Stroke
It is the opposite of the draw stroke and is a complement to control the boat and is usually performed by a captain who sat in the stern to control the boat.

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