026 | Audience-Generated Topics
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  • 00:23  Intro

  • 00:47  This episode will address topics inspired by our audience

  • 01:49  Question: how to be confident when coxing ergs

  • 02:18  Find other ways to be useful on land

  • 03:03  Muscle through it

  • 03:46  Use this as a chance to gather data

  • 05:03  Question: how to fix set issues

  • 05:32  Ask rowers to deliberately make the boat off-set

  • 06:34  Watch for disparities at the finish

  • 07:49  Tune into muscular signals

  • 09:47  Instagram poll: how do you approach the dock?

  • 11:05  Question: how to use time off during a break

  • 11:38  Read, listen, study

  • 12:07  Learn about an area of coxing you feel weak in

  • 13:17  Do something new and unrelated to coxing

  • 14:07  Question: what do coxswains like in a stroke seat

  • 14:45  Provide meaningful information and include us

  • 16:18  Value of nonverbal feedback; thank the stroke

  • 17:40  A “cranky and picky” rant

  • 18:53  Question: dealing with a more experienced crew

  • 19:38  Do the basics well

  • 20:34  Stay calm and admit when you need help

  • 21:57  Make calls you know are useful

  • 23:12  Instagram poll: how do you experience races?

  • 25:55  Comment: rowers always find something to criticize

  • 26:53  The loudest critic is sometimes in our own heads

  • 27:24  “What ifs” are hard, but be kind to yourself

  • 29:05  Question: how to be confident

  • 29:51  Recognize your own strengths

  • 30:32  Channel nervousness for something productive

  • 31:47  Don’t be afraid of repetitive calls

  • 33:00  Question: how to keep spirits high when you're losing

  • 33:32  Not even Olympians have a “magic call” all the time

  • 34:32  Highlight improvements the boat is making

  • 35:25  Reframe from “I” to “we”

  • 36:32  Instagram poll: how do you approach a head race start?

  • 37:42  Question: how do you describe coxing to outsiders

  • 40:12  Closing