In Equipment, Radio

April 13, 2009

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This is the 4th episode of the Weekend Edition of CrossFit Radio, which aired at 6pm PDT on Saturday, April 11th, 2009.

Dave Young interviews Bill Henniger, owner/coach of Rogue Fitness, a CrossFit gym and equipment supplier in Columbus, Ohio, on the subject of garage gyms.

Bill Henniger passes on the latest and best advice on choosing equipment for a home CrossFit gym. The information ranges from the top five pieces of equipment to have at home, and extends to finding the best deals on shipping and what equipment you can have on even the tightest of budgets.

1hr 4min 30sec

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8 Comments on “CrossFit Radio Weekend Edition 4 090411”


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I need a transcript!! I am looking to furnish my own garage, but I am too busy (ok, I admit it, lazy) to listen...

sigh, I guess I need to just listen don't I?


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Can somebody give me a time index for the top-five-things-to-have bit? Or just let me know what the top five things are, I suppose. I've got a long list of journal things to read and listen to and I don't want to miss that tidbit.


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They go into the top 5 (then top 10, then top 15) right away. Great show. I'm surprised parallettes made it into the top five.


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Starts at about minute thirteen - for everyone, recommend downloading the podcast and playing it in the background as you eat dinner, clean the garage, .....



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Has anyone else had a problem getting this episode to play? I can play the podcasts of all the other episodes on my computer, but on this one episode it says I have a codec or something missing.


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I had the same problem. Supposedly you are missing codec "50". But what I did was open the episode with Quicktime and it worked perfectly. I suggest you do the same


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Greetings Dave Young from a fellow Northwesterner (Renton). The Rogue Fitness guy was a wealth of info. I'm ordering the Crossfit Socal starter package from Rogue today, as I am currently unstrong but love the oly lifts. Strength work at home is real doable for me as a supplement to the regular programming I do at Northwest Crossfit. Kettlebells have been my only real strength work at home so far (and they've been great). Anyway, keep up the good work. I really enjoy your show.


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Thanks Eduardo.

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