CrossFit Radio Episode 143

By Justin Judkins

In Affiliation, Audio, Radio

October 27, 2010

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On Episode 143 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Bryan Wadkins, a trainer from Placentia, Calif., and veteran CrossFitter Skip Chase. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.

1:15 To open the show, Justin did a product review on some WOD apparel from 2Pood Performance Clothing and Accessories.

12:35 Bryan Wadkins has made it his mission to honor all the heroes who pay the ultimate price and lay down their lives in the line of duty. Wadkins has taken on 38 Hero WODs in two months, and he spoke about the experiences he has had and the discoveries he has made since starting the endeavor. He talked about how the idea came about and why it’s become so important to him. Bryan described how he would like to turn his project into a fundraising event for the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

32:05 This week Skip Chase will celebrate his fifth anniversary of owning Mt. Baker CrossFit. He came on the show to talk about the changes he has seen in CrossFit and, more specifically, in his affiliate over the last five years. He talked about the philosophy they have incorporated in their box and why that’s making a lasting change in their community. Skip also spoke about how it’s important to be able to help your clients and athletes with their nutrition choices. He’s found the best approach is to go right into their homes and talk to them about what is or is not found in their pantry and refrigerator.

1hr 2min 19sec

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4 Comments on “CrossFit Radio Episode 143”

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wrote …

JJ, Thank you your objective, honest and informative review of the 2POOD shorts! We are honored that you took the time to consider our WOD Wear and liked it as much as we hoped. Also, congrats on the PR! 3, 2, 1..GO! -Tony Z

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I am not getting these in Itunes. Last successful download was the 10/13/10 episode. Went to the Itunes store to re-subscribe and 10/13 is the last show listed. Is there a new way to subscribe now or just a temporary outage. Thanks! Gotta get my CFR fix. /bobby

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wrote …

Interesting how motivating the death of a good person in the service of others can be.
As mentioned the focus tends to be for professional soldiers. I'd really like to see one dedicated to someone like Neda Agha-Soltan.

Wikipedia article:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Neda_Agha-Soltan

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replied to comment from alex ross

Neda Agha-Solhan might be a bad example - I think her death may have been faked now I look at it ... damn!

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