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So on Sunday, while rowing at the OAR tour in Morrisburg, I was being given feedback on squaring early before the catch, so essentially told to travel a bit with square blades before getting to the catch. Eeek. I was struggling with this as I believe I have typically waited until I am at the catch to square my blades. I was wondering if anyone knows of any good youtube videos that would help illustrate this step/transition well. I found this video where the coach mentions ""...As the handle is going across your knees start to square it up so that by the time you get to the catch. It's fully square. And it's very easy to execute a good catch...."  It's not a great video, as there is no demo given just advice/feedback, but at least it is something. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzDlKFQ6hpE&t=15s

Monika palitza

I was also given this feedback at the Morrisburg tour. But also told by one of our members that here at ONEC we row like this? We wait until the end to quickly square our blades? Help

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