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Celebrating Pride 2021

May 28, 2021

At Hydrow, we’re proud to have a team and community that celebrates and encourages individuality. This Pride month, we recognize the spirit and strength of the LGBTQIA+ community both within and beyond the Hydrow family. Pride is an opportunity to celebrate our uniqueness, promote tolerance and acceptance, educate one another about allyship, and recognize those who have and continue to fight for equal rights for all.

This year, we hope you’ll join us in rowing, sweating, stretching and flowing with Pride.

Stay on the lookout for new workouts with playlists that will empower you: 
– New workouts from Sera Moon, Mike, and Owen 
– DJ Mix rows with Pride anthem playlists 
– #TBT workouts from last year’s Pride Challenge

Want to wear your Pride? Check out our Pride logo tee and Pride Oar long sleeve tee in our apparel store today.

Last year, we asked our team what Pride meant to them and here’s what they had to say. Stay tuned for more stories from our Crew all month long. 
No matter your journey, row with Pride. Share your own Pride celebrations and tell us what Pride means to you on social using #HydrowPride.

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