Major Health benefits – Open to all
We welcome male and female rowers of all abilities from first time rowers to those who are highly competent
The Royal Signals Indoor Rowing club is open to anyone in The Corps with an interest in rowing, who is looking to improve their overall fitness or wanting to try something new.
Injured or recovering?
Get fit, stay fit
Indoor rowing is the perfect platform for all medical light duties (MLD) and medically non-deployable (MND) personnel to set new goals, to compete and take part in the low impact sport with a high impact on fitness levels.
Looking for a club? Contact us now
Reap The Rewards
Muscle, stability, strength
- Promotes healthy body composition
- Enhances cardio-respiratory system
- Offers low impact exercises with great results
- Promotes weight loss
- Helps the heart
- Builds muscle strength
- Reduces stress
- Stabilises the body
- Improves muscle and joint mobility
- Offers a full body exercise workout
Fitter, faster, further
Royal Signals Indoor rowing
Are you ready for the challenge?
Regional Command Indoor Rowing League (RCIRL) 2016-2017
The RCIRL commences September 2016 and runs until March 2017. The competition is open to all Regular and Reserve soldiers, including UOTC Cadets and Civil servants. All participants are invited to join the Facebook group ‘RCIRL 2016 – 2017 (get in touch via the ‘Contact us’ form to find out more). Each month there is a set challenge to complete.
Regional Command Inter-Unit Indoor Rowing Competition
The Regional Command Inter-Unit Indoor Rowing Competition will take place at a location TBC in April 2017, further information to follow in due course. All RCIRL participants are strongly encouraged to attend.
Army Indoor Rowing Championship
The Army Indoor Rowing Championships will take place in 2017, location and date is yet TBC, further information to follow in due course.