Very few people realize how much work is required to compete at the Olympic caliber. This short film takes a closer look at the philosophy of training to be the best in the world.

Several athletes as well as the coach of the Canadian National Rowing Team were interviewed and asked a series of questions about their training program, the philosophy and psychology of training, and the dream of being the world's fastest.

All footage was captured during training sessions, or team meetings over the last 5 weeks.

There was no script for the interviews. It was all raw feedback; merely edited into a 'condensed' version.

Video/Editing Details:
Canon 7D
Canon 50mm 1.4
Canon 16-35 2.8
Homemade dolly slider

Final Cut Pro
After Effects
Twixtor
VCP Lens Flares

Soundtrack:
Into the Line - Hans Zimmer
Fire Shall Devour Them - The Three Corners of the Earth

Special Thanks to: Aalbert Von Schothorst for filming the rowing shots.

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