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The Boathouse arrow right Happy New Year from Hydrow!

Happy New Year from Hydrow!

December 26, 2021

As we row towards the new year, we want to express how much it means to us that you are part of our crew. You keep us just as inspired and motivated as our Athletes do! In 2022, we hope to continue building upon the themes of health, wellness, kindness and encouragement that we’ve created together. There’s no other crew like you! 

To celebrate the beginning of a brand new year, we have a special edition New Beginnings badge that you can earn.

To earn your New Year’s badge, complete any Hydrow workout between 5 am ET on Friday, December 31, 2021 and 11:59 pm ET on Sunday, January 2, 2022.

Celebratory workouts coming your way:

– 10-minute Sweat “New Year’s Intentions Row” with James, Laine, Michelle, and Nick — Saturday, January 1st

– 10-minute Sweat “New Year’s Habits Row” with Laine — Monday, January 3rd

2021 Hydrow Highlights

Go back in time and reminisce on 2021 with 21 memorable workout highlights! Beginning Monday, December 27th at 10 am ET through Friday, January 7th at 5 pm ET, filter Workout Style by 2021 Highlights in your on-demand library to find this special list of celebrated workouts from this past year.

Traveling for the New Year’s holiday? You can still earn this badge and keep up with your intentions by taking yoga, Pilates, strength, and mobility workouts in your Hydrow app (available for iOS or Android).

Here’s to another year of being on the water together!

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