Tim Grohmann

Tim Grohmann (born 27 December 1988) is a German Olympic champion. He was part of the German crew that won the gold medal in the men's quadruple sculls at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, with Karl Schulze, Philipp Wende and Lauritz Schoof.

The Olympic team also won silver at the 2011 World Championships. Before that, Grohmann won bronze in the quadruple scull at the 2009 World Cup.

Grohmann won gold at the 2013 European Championships and silver at the 2013 World Rowing Championships with Karl Schulze, Paul Heinrich and Lauritz Schoof. He won bronze at the 2014 World Championships and the 2014 European Championships with Karl Schulze, Kai Fuhrmann and Philipp Wende.

Tim has been multiple times German indoor rowing champion. In 2010 Tim was World and European champion on the Concept2 Indoor rower.

The course

An advanced indoor rowing training course in which Tim Grohmann will give lessons on how to improve your techniques and form.

A course taught by an Olympic gold champion.

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Gym using Selfloops Group Fitness for heart rate monitoring

HIIT, 6x30'' @30+spm


Rowing class June 23

4x4', 2' pause, @22 | @22,24 | @24 | @20,22,24,26 spm


Rowing class June 23

High intensity - high stroke rate - 12 x 45'' Work / 1'15'' Rest @26/30/28/32/30/34 spm - 2x

NEXT 01/08/21 (tba) (Berlin)

Next rowing class July 14
Live streaming

Personal Coaching

It is possible to reserve a one-on-one persoal coaching class with Tim. If you are interested, please contact us at Personal Coaching with Tim

An advanced rowing course with a top level athlete and coach.
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