2000m Row

planner provides a strategy for your 2000m row, and an idea on how your 2000 meter rowing goal compares with your peers*
When is the next ?
It has not been announced yet.
The last one was on
9/2/2022
, and it is expected to come again at around
1/14/2023
, based on an average of
134 days
between each 2000m Row 🚣‍♀️. (You can find all the data in .)

Last updated on
9/3/2022
Added data from r/orangetheory’s 9/2 benchmark survey.
Strategy
One pace to rule them all
Figure out what your overall goal is, calculate your 500 meter split time, and use this to complete your 2000 meter rowing benchmark.
A. Figure out your 2000 meter rowing goal
First time doing this?
Use Can you beat your peers? below to figure out a reasonable time based on your peers’ data.
Not a first timer?
Drop a couple seconds off of your previous PR.
B. Figure out your target 500m split time
Take your goal from above, and divide it by 4
This will be your target 500m split time. Use the calculator below in case you need help calculating your split time.
B-1. Split Time Calculator 🧮
Your Goal
🎯
8 mins 0 sec(s)
Adjust your goal:
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+15 secs
+5 secs
+1 sec
-1 min
-15 secs
-5 secs
-1 sec
Reset
💡 Your target 500m split time⏱ :
2 mins
C. Split Time Per Quarter
First quarter (0 to 500 meters)
Get to your average split + 1 second (⏱
2 mins 1 sec
)
No racing start sequence - Focus on strong leg drive + controlled back.
Second quarter (500 to 1000m)
Maintain your average split (⏱
2 mins
)
Add a little more pressure through the balls of the feet.
Third quarter (1000 to 1500m)
Hold your average split (⏱
2 mins
)
This is the hardest quarter - This is where we fight! Channel your inner superhero!
Fourth Quarter (1500 to 1750m)
Push & drop your average split by 1 second (⏱
1 min 59 secs
)
Add a little more pressure and slightly increase the stroke rate.
Last 250m
If you can, go all-out - This is where we drop the hammer 🔨🔥
Full Video Guide from Coach Joniak
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Can you beat your peers*? 🥇
Adjust the Filters below to see how your goal / PR compares against your peers*.

Filters
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Gender:
✅ Female
Male
Nonbinary
Age:
00
Height:
ft
in
Weight:
lbs
New to OTF (Joined OTF < 6 months ago)?
Benchmark Date:
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Analysis
# data points
6923
Average:
7 mins 56 secs
Bottom 25%:
8 mins 20 secs
Median:
7 mins 50 secs
Top 25%:
7 mins 26 secs
Top 10%:
7 mins 8 secs
Top 5%:
6 mins 56 secs
Top 1%:
6 mins 34 secs
How do you define peers*?
Age: Within
3
years
If your age is
35
, then your peers will be between
32
to
38
.
Height: Within
2
inches
If your height is 5’7, then your peers will be between 5’5 to 5’9.
Weight: Within
7.5
lbs

💡 Please note that there are quite a few data points missing critical demographics data.

When applying filters, those data points will be dropped to ensure you’re only comparing against your true peers. 🙏
Useful Links
🤓 : Exports your in-studio workout data as CSV.
Wiki on benchmark
: Motivational quotes from OTF — ‘cuz we all need that extra push from time to time
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