Coach Bio and Rowperfect3
Carlos Dinares is a rowing visionary who is committed to improving the sport. Improvements are measured through speed on the water, but it is the training on the land that Carlos sees the most room for improvement. The dynamic rowing machine, Rowperfect3, is the key.
Born in Barcelona, Carlos has been rowing since he was thirteen. He has a degree in sports science and an MBA. After his own career as an oarsman, Carlos moved to the administrative side of the sport. In 2004 he was the executive director of the World Rowing Championships in Banyolas, Spain. After the event was over, Carlos needed a change. He wanted to get back to the things he loves about the sport—the water, the athletes, the training—and away from its politics.
Carlos immigrated to the US in 2004. Since that time he has coached a wide range of successful rowers. He has worked with the University of Washington Men’s rowing program, numerous masters, and was the LW2x and LW4x coach for the 2010 World Championships in Lake Karapiro, New Zealand.
These specially engineered rowing machines are sensitive to the proper sequence and co ordination of movements. They combine this with the endurance and power needs to propel a boat quickly and thus create the perfect tool for training indoors while still refining the tech, power and endurance necessary to win. The time of getting stronger with boat debilitating movements is OVER! The age of hi -tech has a machine engineered smartly enough to be worthy.