It's time for another forum here on the Gondola Blog. (everybody say "yay!")
John Kerschbaum and I have been talking for a while about stretching exercises that can help with Venetian rowing.
As Valentine's Day approaches, so does John's annual visit to Southern California - to hang with friends and row cruises.
John has some credentials in both Yoga and Tai Chi, so I asked him a while back if there were some moves he could come up with to help prepare those muscles for the unique movements associated with rowing a gondola or other Venetian boat.
When John is here for V-Day we'll see if we can't throw up a few video-posts with rowing in mind.
So here's where YOU come in:
I talked with John today and he said "after you row, where does it hurt?"
This is for posterity my friends, so speak up.
Experience-based input is the key.
So where does it hurt?