Saturday, July 12, 2014
Led by Coach Todd P. Kennett
Cornell's director of rowing, Todd Kennett, and his staff are ready to help you become a competent rower—at your own pace. If you're a beginner looking for a new way to exercise, they will show you the basics. If you rowed in college and wish to relive that experience, they will smooth your way back onto the competitive track.
Our group will start with sessions in Teagle Hall's crew tanks and then move down to Cornell's newly renovated rowing center to work on all aspects of the sport. We'll watch films, use ergs, and, of course, practice in boats—singles, doubles, quads, and even the eights. Todd and his staff will mold the entire week to fit your levels of need and fitness.
This program is part of Cornell's Adult University (CAU), which offers acclaimed education vacations designed and led by Cornell faculty. Through CAU, you can enjoy travel adventures to spectacular destinations around the world and inspiring weeklong summer seminars on the beautiful Cornell campus. Programs are open to all, including Cornell alumni, families, and friends. For more information and to register, visit www.cau.cornell.edu, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 607.255.6260.