| On-Water Rowing
On-water rowing is a competitive sport involving a long, narrow boat and two oars on either side. To row on water, you have to follow a simple process. To start, you sit in the 'catch' position and have the oars behind you in the water. You then use your legs, hips, and arms to pull the oars forwards, whilst pushing yourself backwards. You then take the oars out of the water and to the back then repeat the process.
On-water rowing can be done individually, or in a team. It is a sport in many major sport competitions, including the Olympics.