Indoor Rowing for Boys and Girls Aged 12-17
There has been spectacular growth in the sport of rowing, particularly women's rowing. This, in part, is to comply with Title IX to balance funding and scholarships awarded to male college athletic programs.
Prior to EngineRm, it was not easy for kids living in Manhattan to pursue the sport of rowing, as boathouses are not convenient to access. EngineRm's 3-staged strategy to develop young rowers is proven to yield results and is time and cost efficient:
- Stage 1: Our Youth Development Program uses indoor rowing machines to build strength and endurance, and teach rowing technique and commands.
- Stage 2: With strength, endurance and rowing skills, time spent getting to and from the boathouse, and getting the boat in and out of water can be put to good use. EngineRm has a network of boathouses and coaches it recommends based on the athlete's development objectives.
- Stage 3: Our Youth Academy provides individual training plans and coaching to shave time off 2k scores, the SAT of college rowing. EngineRm coaches have helped junior rowers gain acceptance to top universities across the country (Columbia, Princeton, Yale, Penn, Harvard, Wisconsin, Virginia, USC, etc.).