Winter Training 2014
MITRC Winter Training is a combination of ergometer ("rowing machine") training, weight/circuit training, and cardio exercises designed to keep rowers in shape during the indoor months. Workouts vary from day to day. Rowers and non-rowers alike have found it to be a fun, motivational way to maintain fitness goals during the long New England winter.
Winter Training is FREE to all, Club members and non-members alike (though we hope non-members will consider becoming members in the Spring). All are welcome, even if you've never used an erg before. Again, there are no dues for winter training, so come, bring a friend, and feel free to join at any point!
Winter Training takes place at MIT's Zesiger Center. We meet at the ergs on the third floor of the fitness center. A valid MIT ID is required for access to the Z Center, and non-current students are required to purchase gym membership separately from the MIT Department of Athletics, Physical Education & Recreation (DAPER). See the DAPER website for details. The MITRC Winter Training schedule is as follows: