Juniors Program

Welcome to the Clermont Crew Juniors program!

The Clermont Crew is a rowing club established in 2001 to encourage high school students from all over the Clermont County area to experience the sport of rowing. In addition to learning basic boat handling, air safety, rowing techniques and race strategy, young rowers gain an appreciation for teamwork and sportsmanship through practice and competition.

FALL SEASON INFO NIGHT - AUG 18

Make sure to come out to our information and sign-up night Aug 18, at 8pm.  Bring a chair and we'll meet at the boathouse for all the Fall season details and sign-up activity.  New rowers are welcome! Questions about info night? Contact us for more details!


JOIN US FOR THE NEXT SESSION!

Rowing is a 4-season sport, so you can always get started with us at any time.  Contact us for more details.

THE BEST-KEPT SECRET IN CLERMONT COUNTY ATHLETICS

The Clermont Crew Juniors draw high school athletes from all over Clermont county. These athletes come together, work together, row together and succeed together in high-performance rowing shells. Rowers have an opportunity to compete in several regattas, including national competitions.

CROSS TRAINING

The Juniors program is a 4-season activity, and rowers can row as many of these seasons as they want. Because rowing includes so many core fitness strengths, it is an ideal cross-training activity for athletes who pursue other sports at a high level.

  • aerobic capacity - rowing is widely recognized as one of the most demanding sports in terms of aerobic uptake and oxygen processing, which translates into pure endurance in any sport.
  • lower body strength - stroke power comes directly from the legs and glutes, which translates into sprinting speed and jump height.
  • upper body strength - oar handling works the entire arm and shoulder, which translates into muscles available for swinging bats and racquets, and for dextrous handling of all manner of sports equipment.
  • core strength - each stroke requires balance left and right as well as major use of lats and abs, which translates into balance and power in all kinds of activities.
  • low impact - all of this strength and stamina is gained with little chance of injury.

 

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