The rowing club to which I belong was asked to give a presentation on “rowing” to Chevron.
Rather than getting up and trying to sell stuff, I figured we’d be best placed to try and actually provide something meaningful as a sport, particularly with the exploding “cross fit” craze which has zillions of super-fit people trying to use the rowing machine (cringe, I would much prefer to say “erg”).
And thus we put on an erg demonstration, discussing specifically sequencing and transition of power lock into the legs.
I put together some little graphics of an erg for the powerpoint, and realised as I flicked through them they more or less looked like an animation. Using a website called Kizoa, which isn’t great but for $60 membership for the year, also not terrible, I joined all the pix together.
This is the result: