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Learn to Row






First step to becoming a rower is learning how to row! Luckily the Renton Rowing Center offers LTR 1, the introductory Learn to Row class twice a month and LTR 2 once a month.  No experience is necessary, the classes will teach the fundamentals of rowing including the rowing stroke, water safety, equipment orientation and basic land training. Renton Rowing Center coaches will provide encouragement and advice as to which classes to take beyond our beginning series!  Get on the water at Renton, where you gain more than just learning how to move a boat with a stick! Exercise on the water! Become part of a community! Access to Lake Washington! You get to be in a boat!

Stop running on the treadmill and hurting your back on the rowing machine inside! Come be a part of Renton Rowing Center community! Right at the end of Cedar River. Follow the planes. Click on the Sign Up tab at the left to get started! Scroll down for more detail.

LEARN TO ROW LEVEL 1 (Non-Members)

TUE & THUR 6:15 – 7:45 PM

Cost $120 for 8 sessions

This twice-a-week class for beginners runs for 4 weeks. You will learn the fundamental skills of rowing, including proper rowing technique, equipment, safety, and boat handling. We make sure you get on the water everyday. If the weather decides we have to stay on land, don’t worry! You will be able to still get a workout in our facility’s gym with our rowing machines! This is a required class to join Learn to Row Level 2. Link to required paperwork

Next upcoming session: March 20th, 2018 to April 14th, 2018 

You get register for this class HERE.


LEARN TO ROW LEVEL 2 (Non-Members)

TUE & THUR 6:15 – 7:45 PM

Cost $120 for 8 sessions

If you are needing more than the basics and want to continue learning this craft, try out our LTR 2! This twice-a-week class runs for 4 weeks. Athletes work in sweep and sculling boats. This is a required class to join the Masters League (unless otherwise approved).

Next upcoming session: April 17, 2018 to May 12, 2018

You get register for this class HERE.

"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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