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Vegan Rowing Table

Postby SpugFab » Wed Apr 02, 2008 10:26 am

There's been a bit of talk about this recently so I thought I'd kick it off.

Don't think it requires much in the way of rules, doesn't matter what damper setting you use. Just get on and row :)

100m

Male
19.0 JohnBarleycorn

500m

Male
1:23.8 spug_myers
1:26.1 SportingVegan
1:32 JP
1:33,8 Hoffmeister
1:35.2 ninearms
1:36.1 benzilla
1:38.4 ralst
1:39 JohnBarleycorn
1:41 _Andreas_
1:43 Big Good Wolf
Female
1:52 ida

1000m

Male
3:05.8 spug_myers
3.07.4 SportingVegan
3:30 hoffmeister
3:31 JohnBarleycorn
3:40 Dave Noisy
3:45 benzilla
3:47.2 james79
3:48 Big Good Wolf


2000m

Male
6:37.4 SportingVegan
6:43 spug_myers
6:56 JohnBarleycorn
7:17 chromatin64
7:40 Big Good Wolf
7:43 ralst
7:48 hoffmeister
Female
7:58 ida

5000m

Male
18:08 spug_myers
19:20 chromatin64
19:40 JohnBarleycorn
20:41 Big Good Wolf

10km

Male
40:22.4 JohnBarleycorn

30 mins

Male
8211m SportingVegan

1 hr

Male
16,216m SportingVegan

Marathon

Male
2:50:35.3 SportingVegan
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Postby VeganGraham » Wed Apr 02, 2008 10:38 am

I'm in.
500m - 1.43
1000m - 3.48
2000m - 7.40
5000m - 20.41
All on a Concept 2.
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Postby SpugFab » Wed Apr 02, 2008 10:46 am

Excellent, suddenly the table looks a bit more populated :D

If anyone wants to try a distance that isn't on the table feel free (maybe a mile or a 10k).

I'm heading to the gym at lunchtime, i'll try to get times for the 500m, 1k and maybe 2k.
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Postby SpugFab » Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:45 pm

[quote="spug_myers"]I'm heading to the gym at lunchtime, i'll try to get times for the 500m, 1k and maybe 2k.

Did a 500m (not balls->wall, but pretty tough) and a 2k, but bailed on the 1k and hit the sauna instead :D

Tried to up the drag factor on the 500m, bumped it up to 170. Next time I'll lower it a bit, not sure what the best way to nail a 500m effort it.
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Re: Vegan Rowing Table

Postby SpugFab » Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:46 pm

d'oh - hit "quote" instead of "edit" :oops:
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Postby benzilla » Wed Apr 02, 2008 2:44 pm

I'm usually doing about 1500m in 6 minutes. I'll have to note some times!
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Postby SpugFab » Wed Apr 02, 2008 2:51 pm

[quote="benzilla"]I'm usually doing about 1500m in 6 minutes. I'll have to note some times!

That's pretty close to a mile. If that's roughly the distance you want to do for your workouts how about doing the mile and I'll stick an entry for it up on the table?
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Postby _Andreas_ » Wed Apr 02, 2008 8:30 pm

doesn't everyone need to use the same drag factor? When I was part of the rowing club standard used to be 140. Will get data for this soon when I get back to gym.
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Postby ida » Wed Apr 02, 2008 8:54 pm

I think my PB is 7.58 for the 2000 meters. And no, it's not my favourite event when it comes to rowing.

But it's a compulsory if you want to compete on water. what I lack in speed I make up for in social skills... ;) :roll:
there is always time for rowing
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Postby SpugFab » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:19 am

[quote="_Andreas_"]doesn't everyone need to use the same drag factor? When I was part of the rowing club standard used to be 140. Will get data for this soon when I get back to gym.

I think clubs might mandate a drag factor, but for a bit of fun on a website I think it'd be going a bit far :wink: AFAIK to post record times on the C2 site you can use whatever drag factor setting you like. I was told 130 was a good bet so I've been going with that.

ida - I'll stick your PB up, if you want a different distance just ask :)
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Postby ralst » Thu Apr 03, 2008 3:14 pm

I knew if I waited long enough to start this, someone else would do it for me :P

Best times so far:

500 M in 1:40.9
2000 M in 8:25.3
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Postby benzilla » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:55 pm

Ok! Here are my first times from my warm up tonight.

500m 1:45m
1000m 3:45m

Thanks Spug.
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Postby JohnBarleycorn » Thu Apr 03, 2008 10:19 pm

Hi

I use the Concept 2 in the winter months.

My best, last month;

2000m - 6.56

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Postby Dave Noisy » Fri Apr 04, 2008 6:15 am

I assume rowing machines are cool?

I've never gone all-out, but i've averaged about 1'50 500m's over 1km, so you can put me in at 3'40, Concept2 as well. Maybe will give this a serious go next winter. ;)

And yeah, rowing *devastates* my body. Even rowing 'easy' hurts.
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Postby _Andreas_ » Mon Apr 07, 2008 4:46 pm

sorry for the delay.
500m 1:41
drag 130
I'm ashamed at myself :x need to train more
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