Finally back to the last installment of the Orlando Recap! We further worked on the , with a troubleshooting section. People who felt like they had a problem somewhere with their volunteered to demo and have the participants and instructors help them improve their form. It's fun to watch this learning process even as a helper AND it's a great time to pick up or refine coaching cues and tools. Of course, the most important thing is to make sure that everyone stays safe. If someone is going heavier than normal, or isn't feeling quite confident with a new , it's important to learn how to spot someone in the .
Anyone who knows me in real like knows how much I love a good experiment. Having made my science fair debut at age 5, I've been on a life-long quest for all kinds of answers. Early highlights include (reworded, obviously): reciprocity of smiling, acidity and plant growth/survival, and of course all the undocumented backyard efforts. Still one of my favorites, was some VERY groundbreaking work I did at age 6-7 into the nature of the male psyche. I wrote and administered a detailed questionaire aimed at answering the urgent question "Why do boys like He-Man?" Amusingly enough, I remember a few of the questions and have been known to still ask them on occasion. More amusing is the fact that the answers given haven't really changed - don't misinterpret that to be a bad thing at all, by the way. Guys, if you still want to grow up to be He-Man (I encourage this, but the outfit is questionable), I can suggest a few books/videos, etc. or get with your local RKC or HKC instructor!
Orlando Florida HKC with Senior RKC Franz Snideman February 26, 2012 Don't forget, I'm here to help - if you want to attend this incredible workshop and add powerful knowledge to your repertoire as a coach, , etc. and need help preparing for this workshop, please contact me immediately to schedule your training session. I specialize in answering the question "am I doing this right" and showing you what you need to do to get ready for this powerful workshop. I can be reached via email adrienne @ giryagirl.com