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December 22, 2008

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This is the 14th episode of CrossFit Radio, which aired at 8am PST on December 21st, 2008.

0:00 Intro and Chris’s attempt at JJ’s intro.
7:00 Dutch Lowy from CrossFit ATM
40:00 Letter from Dean Wiener from Melbourne, Australia
44:30 Shawn Mozen from AGATSU

1hr 17min 36sec

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5 Comments on “CrossFit Radio Episode 14 081221”

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Guys,
What's up with the politics of Operation Phoenix? Was hoping for an update. I recieved my T-shirts and my wife said that it "looked a little bit young" for me (I am only 51). She then proceeded to crush my nuts further by saying I needed to be sure and suck in my stomach when I wore it. Not being totally heartless, she finished with she thought I should wear it in the bedroom. Perhaps she meant when I am snatching.
Keep up the great work and three days a week would be really inspiring.
All the best,
Mark

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I agree with Mark, what's up with Operation Phoenix? You gave us a good teaser the last podcast about the subject. Any update?

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great show. shawn's interview was stellar!
first time in history an abacus reference has been made on radio for sure!
(btw, the abacus is NOT the latest 6-pack making gadget)

i love the agatsu rings...the price and performance are outstanding; they are also easier than other rings i have used to set-up outside and travel with.
would encourage folks to give them a try.

really excited to host the upcoming agatsu kettle bell games in may/2009. it will be the week of the kettle her in toronto!

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That's ok, JJ, nobody's heard of me. ;-) I'm still saving for my level 1 cert, and dreaming about training for a living someday. Thanks, Man!

RE: sprouted grains.
A good friend of mine happens to be diabetic, and he turned me on to sprouted grains and breads made with sprouted grains. He says they're the only breads he can eat that won't wreak havoc with his blood sugar. Forgive the lack of details, but it's been two years since we've talked in depth about it. I guess the idea is that rather than harvesting the grain as a seed, you just let the seeds germinate, or make them germinate.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprouting (W/FS)

Initially, I couldn't find sprouted grain breads anywhere but a 'Whole Foods' or other 'co-op,' earthy, organic type stores. Lately, however, I found them at my local smaller chain type grocers (Cub Foods).

The varieties I've tried are similar in flavor and texture to many breads with non-enriched, non-bleached grains. For folks like me who haven't made the commitment to zone, and still eat PB&J sandwiches, it's better for you than non-sprouted varieties.

I've never thought about sprouting almonds, though. I'll have to try it!

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For more info on Sprouted Grains check out the book Nourishing Traditions by Sally Falon. Great Book. It sounds like Boz's wife has been listening to Paul Chek.

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