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Accudock Monthly Newsletter, December 2014

By October 14, 2015 Floating Dock news 2014
Accudock Dock of the Month

New from AccuDock® the Dock of the Month is presented as a special feature.

AccuDock Completes Install of 10 Lane Start Dock
at Nathan Benderson State Park in Sarasota, FL
Rowing Docks Nathan Benderson State Park in Sarasota, FL

Rowing Docks Detail

AccuDock®; recently installed a one of a kind, world class, 10 lane start dock at Nathan Benderson State Park as part of the construction of Phase II. Every attention to detail has been paid to ensure every aspect of the rowing facility is top notch, including customized features to make these floating docks more functional. Some of the aspects that set this world class start dock apart are the retractable finger docks that effortlessly slide in and out to accommodate varying shell lengths and adjustable starting gate platforms that have pivot joints to give each boat holder optimum positioning for holding the shell.

For more information on this one of a kind, world class start dock – check out this month’s Dock of the Month Feature!

Rowing away the Winter Blues!

For many rowing enthusiasts across the country; winter temperatures are not ideal for getting out onto the water to practice their stroke and get a good training session in. However, drastic improvements in the design and functionality of many indoor rowers (or ERG’s) has given rowing competitors as well as fitness minded people a great option to get a quality workout in while not having to brave the chilling temperatures felt across most of the U.S. during Winter months.

Rowing Excersize

Gym owners and fitness studios everywhere are adding to their repertoire by installing high tech Indoor Rowing machines (ERG’s) where competitors are able to race against each other and fitness enthusiasts are able to track their workout by calories burned, distance, pace, and more. Another reason more and more people are jumping on the rowing bandwagon is that it’s one of the best full body work outs you can get! A 50 minute rowing session can burn up to 1,200 calories and simultaneously works your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, abs, obliques, pecs, biceps, triceps, deltoids, upper back, and lats! In addition to being a full body workout, rowing also has minimal impact on your joints – making it one of the fastest growing cardio and sporting choices for all ages alike.
Click for PDF The Docker – Nov., 2014