Bob, I'm not sure. Depends upon what they do with the edit job! One of the biggest problems was photos! Nolo warned me about that when I first submitted it. Did I listen? No!
So the first copy was rejected because it did not have pictures.
As we saw from the infamous gathering photos, I am probably the most unphotogenic person you have ever met. Sad truth be told; If I looked as bad in real life as I do in photgraphs I would have been thrown out of the fitness industry a long time ago.
The exception to the rule is Italy, if you look at the photos on my ski fitness site. Must be the wine! [img]smile.gif[/img]
But I was not about to fly to Italy to do a photo shoot!
Also, for the particular exercises I was showing, I needed very leggy people.
Then I had a brain storm, The personal trainers professional site, PT.ontheNet.com, has a massive library of exercises. Those of you who attended the Academy have a ski fitness file from them. I asked their permission to use their photos. Being 2 lovely Aussie chaps who started out in a small Auastralian beach town, but have grown into one of the few financially solvent E businesses, they w ere happy to help me.
BUT ALAS!! The next day I get an email saying that they loved the article, but they cannot transfer web photos on to magazine print. They needed digitals, and at a very specific size and resolution.
The good news is that I bought Mark a digital camera for Christmas last year. The bad news: HOW THE HECK DO USE THOSE THINGS!! I managed to enlist the help of a few trainers at the gym to serve as models. But time was limited, so I could not photograph every exercise. I suggested that perhaps someone at the TPS office can do them, and have a staff member take the picture. If they were able to do that, you may see a few new things.