Greg Amundson started CrossFit at the original box in Santa Cruz, California in 2001 during the birth of the CrossFit movement. He joins the show today to discuss the early days as well as his recent book release, “The Warrior and The Monk: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Potential And Finding True Happiness.”
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Brooke Ence is back on the podcast, this time to talk about recovering from a neck injury, describe her approach to training for Regionals, and explain how she makes sure she’s balancing work and life.
Balancing is less important, she says, when you’re “doing something that you love so much that you don’t feel like you need a break from it.”
These days, Ence is doing what she loves at the gym, on social media and on the big screen.
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.”
Third-fittest man on Earth Patrick Vellner sits down with Sevan and Matt. The Canadian is a busy guy, balancing his training schedule, school and relationships.
Sevan Matossian, Patrick Vellner, Matt Bischel, Eric Maciel, Rich Froning, Mat Fraser, Noah Ohlsen, Brent Fikowski, Josh Bridges, Elijah Muhammad, Cirque du Soleil, Kara Webb, Ricky Garard, Garret Fisher, Jason Carroll, Julian Alcaraz, Jeff Patzer, Wes Piatt, Christian Lucero, Brooke Ence.
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.