+1 416-368-4870 Opening Jan 2017
Group Energy, Individual Challenge
SCULLHOUSE Rowing classes are perfect for individuals from many backgrounds and fitness levels. The unique low-impact nature of the rowing machine allows for high-intensity workouts without placing strain on the joints. No rowing experience is required. Each class will begin with a dynamic warm-up incorporating technique instruction.
All classes are approximately 55 mins long, except for Express at 45 mins long and Enduro Row at 75 mins long
55 minutes of interval training on the rowing machine alternating with intervals of mat work. Mat work intervals focus on body weight and small dumbbell exercises.
Shorter, higher intensity version of the Classic Row for those wanting to squeeze their workout into 45 minutes.
Row and Flow
25 minutes of moving meditation rowing, followed by 30 minutes of Vinyasa style yoga.
55 minutes of intervals on the rowing machine alternating with intervals of mat work. Mat work intervals focus on toning and strengthening the entire core.
2k Training Group
55 minutes geared towards those looking to gain speed and power on the rowing machine. This class will push you to your max with repeated sprints. For those looking to race, this class will prepare you for the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships in Mississauga in February. Not suitable for a first class. Instructor permission is required to attend this class.
75 minute class geared towards endurance athletes or those looking to improve their endurance. Are you a runner, a cyclist, a triathlete? Looking to improve your stamina and spend a bit more time stretching out those tight muscles? This class is for you! Enduro Row is not suitable for a first class. Instructor permission is required.
Technique Row is a class designed to introduce new rowers to the rowing stroke. The class is focused on learning the stroke using a variety of drills. This class is recommended for beginners. It is also a great technique refresher for more experienced rowers looking to hone their erging technique. Class is capped at 10 rowers to allow for individual feedback.