Here’s a big post for you. These are from Austin Fit magazine highlighting Austin’s ten fittest people. Its a diverse group ranging from athletes, trainers, authors, entrepeneurs, and even a Senator. First couple of photos are of Pam LeBlanc, Fit City columnist for the Austin-American Statesman. We took these photos at first light on Lake Austin, check out Pam on the water…
This guy might look familiar, it’s State Senator Kirk Watson. And if you didn’t know who he is, it says so right there on his shirt. We went down to the hike and bike trail for this shot. I found out that everyone on the trail is friends with Kirk. Me too.
Here’s the charming and super fit Chrissie Novak, owner of Austin T3 (Austin Team Triathalon Training)
David Garza, 3x in the Austin Fit’s ten fittest. Nuff said. Here’s David’s blog.
Ryan Nail, high energy and motivational. He was atleast 10 feet up in that pecan tree, wait til you see Ryan’s photo in the current Austin Fit magazine, he must really like heights! Check out Ryan at corefitaustin.com
Crystal McReynolds is a trainer at Austin’s CrossFit central. She was super nice to work with and very easy on the eyes. If I wasn’t such a lazy bum I would go work out with her!
You probably know who this giant of a man is. It’s Mike Rosenthal the 6′7″ offensive tackle. Mike played at notre dame, then went the giants and also the vikings. He and his wife operate 1379, a hip kid’s store in W. Austin. That’s where we took this photo of Mike and his 4 little sprouts.
Here’s the warm and friendly Monica Brant-Peckham. You think you can guess where we took this one? Wrong, it was gold’s gym. Monica is a world famous figure competitor and is in serious shape. We do a fun monthly feature in Austin Fit with Monica called Kick Mo’s Butt. Here’s a tip for all you trainers out there, you cannot kick Mo’s butt, she’s that fit. Check out Monica @ www.FEMCamp.net and sign up for her FEM CAMP!
Ok, now guess where we photographed this one? Jeez, wrong again, this was at P. Terry’s Burger Stand. And this is The P. Terry chatting about the state of fast food and how he is making a positive change with his popular burger stands. Patrick, thanks for all the free burgers. I must’ve ate there for a week straight. “I would gladly photograph you Tuesday for a burger today.” Take a look at his website at pterrys.com