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CrossFit Radio Episode 20 090114 by Neil Anderson - CrossFit Journal

In Affiliation, Radio

January 15, 2009

Audio Article

This is the 20th episode of CrossFit Radio, which aired at 6pm PST on January 14th, 2009.

0:00 Intro
2:00 Keith Wittenstein (pictured) of CrossFit Virtuosity
35:00 Catching up with JJ
39:45 Rogue Fitness giveaway announcement (for the Friday show)

Keith has been CrossFitting since 2004, and helped create CrossFit NYC. He was a lawyer who got into MMA and yoga. He runs CrossFit Virtuosity in NYC and teaches yoga. He talks about his background, why everyone trains barefoot at CrossFit Virtuosity, and how yoga can be beneficial for a number of CrossFitters.

42min 9sec

The next show will be Friday, January 16, 2009 at 6pm PST. The interview will be Eva Twardokens from CrossFit Santa Cruz Central.

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6 Comments on “CrossFit Radio Episode 20 090114”


wrote …

This breaks up so much I can't stand to listen to this.


replied to comment from Jeff Coulter

Jeff, I just listened to it through my browser and it sounded fine to me. Keith is clearly on a phone, but it wasn't hard to understand him.

Anyone else having an issue?


Keith Wittenstein wrote …

I think that's just the way I talk. Sorry. :(

Seriously, though. Thanks to Tony, Justin and Neil for putting me on their show. I had a great time and hope that I make some sense.


wrote …

Nice interview! Liked the history of Wittenstein in CF and there were some well made points.


wrote …

i really liked that interview. i specially found the discussion about yoga interesting, but i don't know why crossfitters are so suspicious about yoga. as coach glassman mentioned in "what is fitness" yoga is somehow part of "our" gymnastic program. it's all about body control. Nice to listen to you, Keith.
Last question to Keith: How many Burpees did you do after that interview man, you know... ;-)


wrote …

Keith was a lawyer? I learned something new today.

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