RENTON ROWING CENTER

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Adult Rowing

Rowing is one of the most effective forms of exercise. It uses all three major muscle groups of the body: legs, core, and arms. Rowing can also translate easily from cardiovascular endurance training to high intensity strength training.

At the Renton Rowing Center, you can train alone as a single sculler or become a member of a larger team. All registrants in a rowing program or class must also be a member except for Learn to Row participants.

To sign up for any of these programs, just click on the Sign Up page in the left hand column!

Required Paperwork for Adult Rowing:  Please fill out and turn in by the end of the first week of practice.

Learn to Row

Tuesday & Thursday 6:30-8:00pm | Monthly

Our Adult Learn to Row program is designed for individuals with little to no experience. This one month class includes eight two-hour sessions and will give you the skills to row independently or with a team. You will learn the fundamental skills to get you out on the water, including proper rowing technique, equipment orientation, safety, and boat handling.

New! Recreational Racing League

Monday & Wednesday 6:15 pm to 7:45 pm. | September – November 

This league is a co-ed team of rowers and coxswains with at least 1 season of experience (LTR I & LTR II or equivalent) who want to get a great workout, develop their skills and have fun on the water both sweep rowing and sculling. This is a great fit for individuals who are returning to rowing after a long hiatus, are still developing their technical skills on the water, want to focus on fitness while having fun, or who just want to row regularly and compete in local and regional races. No Membership required.

 

Adult Sculling Technique

Saturdays 7:30-9:00 am | Monthly

This 4-week class focuses on sculling technique, including an emphasis on rowing a single safely and effectively. Renton Rowing Center membership required.

 

 

"It's a great art, is rowing. It's the finest art there is. It's a symphony of motion. And when you're rowing well, why, it's nearing perfection." George Yeoman Pocock

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