The Art of Sculling

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 144 pages
The Art of Sculling provides novice and experienced scullers with a comprehensive, illustrated guide to the equipment, techniques, and physiology of the sport. Beginners will find step-by-step instructions and photographs for launching and rigging a boat and developing the proper sculling stroke. Experienced rowers will find guidelines for developing training programs. Other chapters cover advanced technique, racing, sculling in team boats, safety, and sculling for the more mature.

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First Row
Beginning Technique

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About the author (1992)

Joe Paduda began rowing competitively as a member of the varsity crew of Virginia's Yorktown High school in 1974. A four-year member of the Syracuse University crew, he's a seven-time medalist at the National Championships of the U.S. Rowing Association and the Intercollegiate Rowing Association. Paduda added four years of coaching in the Washington, D.C., area while continuing his own competitive rowing with the Potomac Boat Club and the Capital Rowing Club and earning a master's degree in Health/Fitness Management from American University. He continues to row in masters competitions, sprinkling his fitness regimen with stints on a mountain bike, speed skates, and cross-country skis while living and working in Connecticut.

Les Henig, a certifited professional photographer with more than 20 years' experience, is a member of the Professional Photographers of America and a past president of the Maryland Professional Photographers Association. He works from his office in Garrett Park, Maryland.

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