Ronnie Teasdale is back on the show. The crew covers a variety of topics, including coffee enemas, the Polaris Slingshot, drinking urine, practicing celibacy and more. Don’t miss the fun.
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Fibromyalgia plagued Olivia Vollmar with migraines and back and joint pain. On top of the physical pain, Vollmar admits that she was also dealing with mental issues relating to depression and body image.
“CrossFit saved my life,” she says.
CrossFit Founder Greg Glassman sits down with the podcast crew to share stories, talk about the current health crisis and explain what CrossFit and CrossFit physicians are doing to fix it.
“We’ve got corruption. We’ve got death … and that is the public health scene,” Glassman explains.
“There is no doctor that isn’t seeing the problem, seeing the mess, and the mess is the unprecedented incidences in rates of disease with an utterly ineffective and extraordinarily expensive response.”
Topics for the day also include CrossFit’s success in its court battle with the NSCA, Glassman’s reflections on writing for the Journal in the early days of CrossFit, and lucky socks.
Gary Roberts is a producer and editor for CrossFit HQ. He also starred in CrossFit’s original series, “Killing the Fat Man.” Today he joins the podcast crew once again to discuss the upcoming release of “Killing the Fat Man: Season 2.”
Chris Cooper, author of “Two-Brain Business,” is back on the show.
Prior to the Team Series Week 1 Live Announcement, James Hobart and Austin Malleolo join the CrossFit Podcast and get personal with Sevan Matossian.
Pat Sherwood, Rory McKernan and Sevan Matossian get to the bottom of the phone number fiasco. Among other things.
The Fittest Man on Earth, Mat Fraser, joins the show.
Austin Malleolo reveals his delinquent past and what CrossFit means to him.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Champion Garth Taylor joins the show to discuss his CrossFit journey.