"Then I was going to have a three-hour layover and then have another Isometric exercises for Endurance Sports flight for four hours. Then, of course, I had to deal with the time change. I couldn't seem to sleep in that time zone." Otherwise, things went smoothly and according to plan with Gabriel Lentz, a good friend from Be Strong, accompanying her and serving as a handler. "Once we got there, everybody was very friendly and the hotel accommodations were great," Robinson said. Robinson and Lentz arrived early enough to get the lay of the land before showtime. "The event was only like a block away (from the hotel)," she said. "We'd go over there and watch Static Contraction Training how they were judging individuals, what they were calling people on and see the things that we needed to make sure we stayed focused on." "It was a different meet because most of the competitors didn't speak English. The good thing was, everything went smoothly." "She brought her best mental game to the platform," Whitted said. "She was ready when she got there, she knew what she needed to do and she was confident about it. It was the best meet of her life." * I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its user agreement and privacy policy.

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