Ryan was up and about well before his typical 6:00 am schedule this morning. It was necessary to get him ready for his visit from IBRF this morning. The largest time consumer was the ninety minutes he needed in the HBOT chamber. Also, today’s post will be a quickie, since I’m against a firm deadline.
I’ll try to take some video and snap several photographs throughout today’s evaluation.
As a reminder, tomorrow morning (10:30-ish) I will be testing the first official live video feed. It won’t be anything extraordinary. I’ll just point the camera at us as I (and possible another person) do a basic stretch Ryan. It would be helpful if you would let me know what worked well and what didn’t.
Aside from that, here are a few things you might want to know:
- There might be advertisements before and during the broadcast. This is the price of getting the service for free. I have nothing to do with what is shown and make no money from it.
- Again, since it is free, there is a maximum number of people who may tune in at any one time. I believe it is fifty (but might be more or less).
- There is always a potential — albeit extremely unlikely — that you might see body parts that could shock (or impress?) you. I will take extreme precaution to avoid this, both as a courtesy to you and respect for Ryan.
Okay. It’s time to get the day into full swing. Wish us well.
- IBRF Today (ryansrally.org) 4 months ago.