TBC Racing is pleased to announce our Winter  2022 training season! TBC Racing’s program is open to all high-school through post-collegiate rowers.  While most of the work will be indoors this winter, if conditions (water and air temp & river conditions) allow, we will have the opportunity for some of the water work.

As always with TBC Racing you will train hard and have fun while we prep athletes to reach personal goals for 2K’s, strength and conditioning, and all around fitness. 

We’ll cross-train with weights, running, stairs and even some on the water rows as the weather allows.  Saturday’s we will throw in some fun workouts at area locations like Battery Kemble, the National Mall, bike rides and other opportunities to get outside and work hard.   Whether you need a full training program or more personal training to meet your own athletic goals, TBC Racing is here to meet your needs with two options:

Junior & Open Winter Training Program – $300

  • 4 days a week in person, 2 virtual workouts 
  • Workout plans in 2-Week sprints delivered to athletes
  • Training emails weekly – nutrition, healthy lifestyle, stretching, athleticism

Individualized Training Option – $150

  • Supplements High School Scholastic Program
  • Customized training plan, coordinated with athlete goals and scholastic training
  • Video creation & review 
  • Help navigating college applications and recruiting 

Dates: Through March 14th, 2022 (Spring Season kicks off March 15th).

In Person Practice Days/Times:

Open Women: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 6am-8am.

Juniors: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 4pm-6pm.

Juniors and Opens are welcome to come to either morning or afternoon practices as it suits their schedule.

Head Coach: Matt Russell

Coach Russell is entering his 30th year of coaching.  He is one of the founding coaches of the TBC rowing programs and continues to be a highly successful coach at the scholastic, club, university, and national level.  With numerous wins including multiple national championships, Canadian Henley victories, and wins at the Head of the Charles; he focuses on helping athletes improve and reach their potential while supporting the team’s fun spirit and camaraderie which are core to the sport of rowing. 

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