Sunday, April 29, 2007

Strength is Tension

Mark giving a lecture on "strength is tension". Brilliant as usual, it actually inspired me to want to press heavy!
Karen and Fawn (Karen, standing, Fawn, on hands) practicing a drill on tension. Karen and Fawn are 2 amazingly strong women on my team.

Mark and Pavel talking.

I've got more pics, but not enough time to post. Since I am an assistant, and not official picture taker, it's not that easy to get alot of pics. But today is the last day and I'm going to try and take advantage of it.


Aaron Friday said...

Who is that gorgeous chick named Fawn? I may have to take up kettlebells just so I can meet her someday.

I'm looking for a woman with red hair and a really strong CORE.

It was a pleasure to meet you, Tracy.

fawnfriday said...

I want everyone reading this blog to know that Tracy was a totally awesome instructor, and Karen was an excellent partner!

Tracy's insight and helpful direction really made this a fun and educational weekend. Every team should have a strong, intelligent and thoughtful woman like Tracy.

It could be gender bias.... but I think women really being a certain insight that sometimes men overlook... or maybe I am just hyped up because I JUST PASSED THE RKC!!!

Lauren said...

Sounds like a very fun weekend! Looks like were a great role model for your team.

Anonymous said...

Great Cert. posts and pics, Tracy! Everyone looks so awesome!

I like to do Geoff's WO with the ladies I train, as a finisher...we call it "three bears" though- Something Brett called it once awhile back. :)

Franz Snideman said...

Fantastic! Looks like it was a blast!

Tracy said...

Aaron and Fawn, So glad we hooked up for dinner Sat. night.

Fawn I know I'll be seeing you again. Let's assist together next year, and maybe train for "the beast challenge"? As soon as I have time I'll get the pics up for the "Karen and Fawn" show!

Even thought the weekend is over I'm feeling the residual energy still!

Tracy said...

Lauren, Sara and Franz,

As usual the RKC delivered incredible energy and enthusiasm. I can't wait to have the time to write down my thoughts about it while I'm still "riding high"!

No matter how many pictures are taken, there's never enough!

Franz Snideman said...