Killing it on the rowing machine. Well done guys!
CCRA competed in indoor erg Rock N’ Row relay at Newburgh Free Academy in support of NFA Crew.
CCRA’s Indoor Row to Music class features a high-energy workout to music on the Concept2 Rowing Machine for a total body workout with maximum calories burn! BENEFITS Easy to Learn: The basics of indoor rowing can be learned in 10 minutes or less. We’ll teach you everything you need to know. Group Motivation: We’ll row […]
CCRA Vikings Crew joined in the Village Community Boathouse Youth Race on Saturday November 8. Both girls and boys crews had the opportunity to row 25′ Whitehall gigs from Pier 40 on the Hudson River.
Learning to work together in the ultimate team sport.
“A tough and beautiful sport.”
Enjoying a beautiful June evening in Verplanck, NY.
The mission of the Cortlandt Community Rowing Association is to promote health, ﬁtness and the beneﬁts of team participation through the sport of rowing to people of all ages, experience and ability levels, with an emphasis on youth development.
This mission includes improving each individuals physical and mental health; developing an appreciation for natural resources, the Hudson river in particular (a American Heritage River) and be a source of environmental awareness and environmental education; introducing people to the sport of rowing that teaches the value of teamwork, the necessity of practice, hard work, time management, and water safety awareness; the development of healthy minds and bodies through the personal and physical challenges of team sport; and the opportunity for continued physical ﬁtness and team camaraderie throughout life.
CCRA will offer rowing and training opportunities for almost everyone–from grade 6–12 school students wanting to try a new sport to adult absolute beginners through masters.
All programs will be conducted within US Rowing guidelines, safety standards, wavers, and with US Rowing certiﬁed coaches. US Rowing is also a source for waivers and insurance coverage.
Watch this space as we gather over this winter and organize programs for our spring season starting April 5.