WHAT: Rowing is a great full body strengthening, core, and cardio workout! The on-land studio classes in August will teach you proper technique that will help improve your experience for the on-water rowing in September. The studio classes are not required for joining the water rowing but will improve the experience and help you get more out of being on the water.
Paralympic rowing divisions are PR1 (arms and shoulders), PR2 (arms and torso), and PR3 (arms, torso, and legs). We’ll help you figure out which division you’re in!
WHO: Your instructor, Kerry Kingdon, a BORP participant, rows in the PR2 division and currently holds first place in the USA. She’s been rowing on and off the water for nearly two years, mostly in a single boat, but has also raced double.
Studio: Tue Aug 20th 4-5 PM,
Tue Aug 27th 4-5 PM
Thur Aug 29th 6-7 PM
Water: Thur Sept 12 12-2pm
Sat Sept 14 1-3pm
WHERE: Studio classes at BORP’s Fitness Center, Ed Roberts Campus 3075 Adeline Street in Berkeley.
Water rowing at BAIR Island Aquatic Center, Redwood City. Free transportation to Redwood City on the BORP bus is available.
Two seating options available for studio classes: “roll-in” (see photo) or lateral transfer to a standard or static (adapted) seat. Please indicate your seating needs during registration.
Pre-registration is required. Contact email@example.com or call 510/ 225-7039. Class size is very limited. Register for one or all three!
*COST: $11 per class, seniors 55 and older & veterans, $8 per class. If you are a person with a spinal cord injury, inquire about the Neilsen Pass, a subsidized pass specifically for people with SCI. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call