Exer Studio is Changing the Personal Trainer Experience
We got the chance to partner with Tiny Wins and fitness innovation company Exer at a pivotal time in the company’s evolution.
We got the chance to partner with Tiny Wins and fitness innovation company Exer at a pivotal time in the company’s evolution.
We wanted to capture the intensity that goes into every practice and training session for the Denver Nuggets star Torrey Craig.
To learn more about Adria Ellis and her beautifully brilliant i-Phonography workshop, please visit Aconica. We’re excited to see her community grow and grateful to have been chosen as her creative partner for this amazing assignment.
In September 2019, Indevisual got the opportunity to serve as the production team for Director and Editor Rob Groulx and Agency Ascent Media at Vega Charter Academy in Aurora, CO. This school, and this story, are incredible for several reasons.
We encourage you to learn more about the organization behind the film.
While the school’s charter has been upheld for the current school year—they remain in a battle to keep it after facing public scrutiny. A seemingly unjust consequence of being one of the top performing schools in the state of Colorado.
Special thanks to Director Rob Groulx of RG Films and Ascent Media for the collaboration.
Men and Women Aim High for Mixed Doubles in Tokyo
Team USA’s Quest for Archery Gold in 2020
WORLD ARCHERY – The mixed team competition had been tested at the Youth Olympic Games and was officially introduced to the World Archery Championships in 2011.
The International Olympic Committee has announced that archery will receive a fifth medal event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, with the recurve mixed team competition added to the existing program of men’s and women’s individual and team events.
Mixed team competition features pairs of athletes, one woman and one man, from the same nation, competing head-to-head in set system matchplay similar to the team event.
No additional athlete places will be added, the cap remaining at 128 in total (64 men and 64 women), and no additional facilities will be required. Meanwhile, the additional event, which embodies the gender balance inherent in archery as a sport and at the Games, will offer an opportunity for nations that may not have qualified the full six-athlete quota to compete for an additional medal.
Since the mixed team competition was officially introduced to the World Archery Championships at Turin 2011, six different teams have taken the nine available medals.
At Rio 2016, pairs from 24 nations would have been eligible to compete in a mixed team event.
The mixed team format was also successfully tested at both past editions of the Youth Olympic Games, first in Singapore and then in Nanjing, and will feature in Buenos Aires in 2018. This version of the event also mixes athletes of different nationalities – and has been positively received by both athletes and the International Olympic Committee.
World Archery President Prof Dr Ugur Erdener said: “The mixed team event has proved an excellent addition to international competition since its inception in 2011 and I’d like to thank IOC President Thomas Bach and my colleagues on the Executive Board for recognizing the value it brings to the Olympic Games.”
“Mixed team competition echoes the balanced nature of the sport, reflecting the 50-50 split of men and women in the archery competition at the Olympics, and the parity in level between the world’s best men and women in competition.”
“We’re also incredibly excited that archery’s athletes will have the opportunity to contest a fifth gold medal in 2020.”
Archery was featured on the Olympic Program in 1900, 1904, 1908 and 1920 before becoming a permanent fixture in 1972.
Two medals, in men’s and women’s individual competitions, were contested until 1988, when the two team events were added. Changes since then have revolved around competition format, with head-to-head matchplay beginning in 1992 and the set system introduced for individual matches in 2012 and team in 2016.
Archery at Rio 2016 recorded a 50% increase in average audience compared to London 2012, a higher-than-average approval rating among young people and 44% more social conversation than the average sport on the program.
A total of 334.4 million people watched archery on television at the last Olympic Games.
Article originally from World Archery . Read the original release here.
Source: Team USA
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USA Archery Empowering Archers Across All Abilities with Adaptive Manual
The manual, available for free, should serve as a supplement to the existing USA Archery Level 1 Archery Instructor Certification course so that instructors may safely teach archery to students of all ages and abilities. Working with adaptive archers provides another opportunity to bring this sport to a student who may not have otherwise had the opportunity to participate. The manual is designed to illustrate how simple it is to integrate adaptive archery into an existing archery program. Using slight modifications to equipment or teaching technique, coaches and club leaders can ensure they are providing a safe and effective program where everyone can achieve success. It is our hope that the tools included in this manual will help create a safe and fun environment that inspires adaptive archers to cultivate a lifelong passion for the sport. U.S. Paralympic Head Coach Randi Smith commented: “this was a great collaboration between Disabled Sports USA and USA Archery. The manual is well done and will benefit both organizations. It will be very helpful for individuals and agencies wanting to start adaptive archery programs.” Kirk M. Bauer, J.D., Executive Director of Disabled Sports USA agreed: “Disabled Sports USA is thrilled to have partnered with USA Archery to produce the Adaptive Archery Manual. Through providing information to its member clubs and coaches across the country, this manual will play an important role in ensuring that every person, regardless of ability, has an equal opportunity to participate in archery in their community. Disabled Sports USA applauds USA Archery in being at the forefront of embracing the inclusion of adaptive athletes, which helps to set the bar for other sports agencies and governing bodies to do the same.” Para archers are welcome to compete at any USA Archery Sanctioned Event, allowing opportunities to compete against both Para and able-bodied participants. USA Archery also offers High Performance Para Archery Training Camps throughout the year with the focus of promoting athlete development and participation. To learn more about Para programs and events, click here. This program was funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. About Disabled Sports USA Founded in 1967, Disabled Sports USA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop independence, confidence and fitness through participation in sports.What began as a program to serve Vietnam veterans has since grown into one of the nation’s largest multi-sport, multi-disability organizations, annually serving more than 60,000 wounded warriors, youth and adults with disabilities.A member of the U.S. Olympic Committee, Disabled Sports USA offers programs in more than 50 summer and winter sports through its nationwide network of more than 120 community-based chapters. For more information, visit Disabled Sports USA Source: USA Archery. Read the Original Article.
in Partnership with Disabled Sports USA and the Department of Veteran’s Affairs
We had the pleasure of jumping into projects with 2 different and outstanding clients – Nick and Chris – who each own very different but powerful coaching practices.
Nick is a Licensed counselor, motivational speaker and advisor to youngsters making their way through high school and college. He works in tandem with parents, teachers, counselors, and other coaches to make a difference in young people’s lives at an early age. We’ve seen him deliver an engaging and encouraging keynote speech to the Colorado School Counselors Conference in Loveland, CO this October. On November 6 we’ll be shooting at his offices in Boulder and later at a highs school presentation in Denver. Needless to say, we are pumped to be teaming up with Nick to tell an inspiring story about the impact he has made with the encouraging and supportive philosophies he offers to his students and fellow advising community.
Chris is also a badass who lives to encourage others through her company Empowered Achievers. We got to help her create a short and personally inspired brand anthem video last year – which helped propel her into a new wave of premium content for her network of women in business and entrepreneurship transitions. So many people after school end up in careers that may or may not end up being what they had hoped for—so we are lucky that people like Chris are out there.
Chris specializes in coaching women into roles, careers, and personal identities that are fulfilling, rewarding, and ideal for each client she serves. See how the piece came out!
Of course, when we partner with any new client we immediately start learning about their industry. The “competition”, or in this industry’s case—the other inspiration—for creating something great in a market that is having nothing but a positive impact for the people who are utilizing these services. These are the stories we want to tell, and the types of clients we look forward to working with again in the future.
Have you worked with a coach, or considered coaching? We’d love to hear from you and learn about your experience or if you have questions, let’s try to connect you with resources that might help you along.
Indevisual is aiming to improve business development, content strategy, SEO, and bring live-action content to the Fortune Financial knowledge stream powered by Lawrence Hamtil.
in Partnership with Fortune Financial Advisors, LLC
When we first started working with Fortune Financial Advisors, our partnership began as a simple website rebuild. They needed a partner in delivering a new wave of content the company had created to help tell the story of their offerings, as well as support in delivering an on-going campaign of editorial content powered by Lawrence Hamtil, the firm’s premiere financial online influencer.
After launching the new website, we have kicked off a new wave of editorial design and direction for their wire, as well as for brand identity as the financial services firm heads into 2020. The firm is evolving as an S2S (Service-to-Service) firm, helping guide and shape the activities and strategies of other firms, while they continue to serve the interests and passions of the core of their business: their clients.
We are excited to be the agency partner for Fortune Financial Advisors as they aim to evolve as a service provider—into a comprehensive publisher and inspirer of financial activities across a diverse audience spectrum. These are exactly the types of client aspirations we live to serve.
Market Monks at FFA turn plots into peace – which is the ultimate purpose of your journey in wealth management.
Stay tuned for what’s coming in 2020
In the midst of the 2019 harvest we were given the opportunity to travel to The Emerald Triangle where we filmed the Mendocino Cannabis Alliance Town Hall meeting in downtown Ukiah, among a few other private meetings with local farmers and compliance advocates in our ongoing quest to document the future [and legacy] of the Cannabis legacy in California. The gathering brought in hundreds of people from across the state to participate in what was a true expression of freedom and democracy in the U.S. It was one we were happy to attend, and proud to be a part of. The audience was informed, willing to listen to one another, productive, and re-assuring in an otherwise unpredictable and seemingly unstable political landscape these days.
We listened to both sides weigh in. Representatives from huge cannabis companies trickled in alongside the groves of local farmers who were obviously impassioned by their strength in numbers—a spiritual home field advantage—rooting them to their cause, their crop, and the desire for protection and expansion in what is still a moving target of a market and regulatory in CA (and U.S.).
Farmers need protection from what?
Cannabis patrons and core legacy cultivators fear the looming of big farms and big regulatory frameworks that could [strategically and slimily] put small, legal and licensed farms out of business so that a few elite players can swoop in and corner the market once the nation’s legal cloud is lifted. Given how we’ve seen this play out across agriculture of all sorts, vertical integration seems inevitable and scary for a population of people who have waited and paid their dues to experience the lifting of a national ban on marijuana.
In order for big tobacco to start supplying their boxes of ‘green lights’ a lot of things are going to have to happen. But once they do, the rush to make those products possible is going to be a massively disruptive force in the Cannabis industry. While we certainly believe big companies should have the right to be included in the opportunity that will exist [and already does in almost half the country]—we are also firm believers in the preservation of small farmers and the localization of production [especially where it is culturally and environmentally significant]. Most importantly, we are committed to supporting the national legislation movement and producing influential media that encourages a regulatory landscape that is inclusive of BOTH large-scale supply chain businesses and small / craft farmers in what should become a robust and diverse cannabis cultivation market in the United States in the future.
Getting there will inevitably require the type of listening and compromise that was exuded in Ukiah with the MCA… and a policy framework what is capable of protecting the interests of a very diverse audience – as well as listening to the experts that we got a chance to sit down with.
According to CBU, “Central Bank has been serving Utah County for over 127 years and we are proud of our history of sustained growth and security. Since the economy began to falter in 2008, we have relied on our own reserves by not taking any “bailout” or TARP money—evidence that we have remained strong, safe, and secure since 1891. We believe our continuing progress is a direct result of our dedication to caring for the individual needs of the people and communities we serve.”
How respecting your elders can change your life, too.
We could not be more elated to join a world-class non-profit team who is infinitely dedicated to granting wishes to our world’s elderly. Amidst granting wishes on a regular basis, this organization also schedules regular events, fundraisers, activities, outreach, and awareness on issues spanning senior care. We look forward to contributing to the story-telling, marketing, creative, and strategic developments of this organization moving forward… and we hope you click to learn more about how you can help WoL in their mission.
From Wish of a Lifetime Why it Matters:
The senior population is expected to double by 2050, and the 85+ population will triple in that time. Seniors are the fastest growing population in the world, and the number of seniors will only continue to grow. Currently, 11.3 million seniors live alone, and the number of single-person households increases with age.
Seniors who experience social isolation are more at risk for heart disease, high blood pressure – even dementia. Some researchers say it is just as hazardous to health as smoking. According to the National Council on Aging, nearly 1 in 3 socially isolated seniors expect their quality of life to get worse in the next decade.
Communities that produce the most centenarians share traits of social integration, community support, and family involvement. Culture matters – seniors who live in cultures that value, respect, and integrate them into the community live longer and have a better quality of life. Together, we can build this culture.
Read the full article at: Original Wish of a Lifetime.