Goals

To develop the technical and physical skills of young rowers and to teach them how to train for long term success.

Workouts

Frequency 4-6 times a week (2 hours per session)

Training on the water from May to October

Supervised by certified coaches

Program

Individual evaluation at the beginning of each quarter to assess athletes' skills and set objectives

Learning – motor skills, competitions etiquette, and introduction to race strategies

Participation in an annual calendar of regattas

Training Plan

Requirements

Have had the coach's approval

Able to swim 25 meters

Be between the ages 15 and 18 years old

Able to easily communicate in either French or English

Competitions

A schedule of regattas is provided by the coach depending on the season. The athlete normally participates in 2-3 regattas per season.

The goal is to give the athlete experience in larger scale competitions.

Rate

The Junior membership is offered in several formats, our rates are available on our online store (see link below).

In addition, membership fees to Rowing Canada and the Quebec Rowing Association and a contribution fee to Parc Jean-Drapeau will be added.

 

Visit our online store to sign-up!

Goal

Develop the technical and physical skills of young rowers and teach them how to row

Workouts

Frequency of 2-3 times a week (90min - 2h per session)
Workouts on the water from May to October
Supervised by qualified and certified coaches
Program
Individual assessments at the beginning of each quarter to assess skills and goals
Apprenticeship - motor skills, gesture and technique learning, introduction to competition
Training plan
Goal

To increase athletes' physical and cardiovascular abilities while continuing to develop their technical skills.

Workouts

Frequency of 8-12 times per week on an annual basis (varies by season)

Training on the water from May to October and indoors from November to April: rowing tank, ergometer and fitness room

Supervised by qualified coaches Level 2 and above

Program

Individual evaluation in the beginning of each quarter to assess their skills and set objectives

Participation in Training camps

Competitive level equipment

Participation in an annual calendar of regattas

Annual Training Plans

Requirements

Have participated in a competitive program or any other equivalent program

Able to swim 25 meters

Be between the ages of 19 and 23 years old

Able easily communicate in either French or English

Be registered in a competitive program

Competitions

A Calendar of regattas will be provided by the coach depending on the season. Seniors usually participate in 10 regattas per year.

The goal is for the athlete to participate in national regattas

Rate

The Senior membership is offered in several formats available on our online store (see link below).

In addition, membership fees to Rowing Canada and the Quebec Rowing Association and a contribution fee to Parc Jean-Drapeau will be added.

 

Visit our online store to sign-up!

Description

The recreational program is ideal for anyone who enjoys rowing on a more relaxed level, for fitness and fun, with the opportunity to participate in recreational competitions. The training is adapted to your level and to your objectives.

Program

Goal evaluation

Learning rowing techniques

Learning the setting of the boats

Training on boats of 1, 2, 4 or 8 places

Practice on sweeping or sculling boats

Supervised by certified coaches

Schedule

Adult: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 6 pm to 8 pm and Saturday from 10 am to 12 pm

Youth: May-Jun (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm) Jul-Aug and Sep-Oct (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00-6:30 pm.)

Prerequisites

Be 18 years old or older

Able to swim 25 meters

Able to easily communicate in French or English

Have successfully completed the "Learn to Row" course or have experience in rowing

* If a person registers without having the necessary experience, they will be required to take the "Learn to Row" course in order to continue

Competitions

Ask the coaches for more information!

Rate

The recreational membership is offered in several formats available on our online store (see link below)

In addition, membership fees to Rowing Canada and the Quebec Rowing Association and a contribution fee to Parc Jean-Drapeau will be added.

Visit our online store to sign-up!

Description

The masters program is for rowers over 22 years of age. This program allows you to row competitively and maintain a balance with your other commitments. Participants in the masters program train 3 to 4 times a week and participate in several regattas a year.

Schedule

Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6pm to 8pm and Saturday from 10 am to Noon with a coach and Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm with the approval of the appropriate coach.

Prerequisites

Be 22 years old or older

Able to swim 25 meters

Able to easily communicate in French or English

Have basic skills and some experience of rowing races

Rate

The masters membership is given in several formats available on our online store (see link below)

In addition, membership fees to Rowing Canada and the Quebec Rowing Association and a contribution fee to Parc Jean-Drapeau will be added.

 

Visit our online store to sign-up!

The Montreal Rowing Club is now offering a para-rowing program!

Please contact the club by phone or email for more information.