CrossFit Radio Episode 161

By Justin Judkins

In Competition, CrossFit Games, Radio

March 02, 2011

Audio Article

On Episode 161 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Glen Harrison, creator of the Met-Con5 Training Journal. Justin also interviewed Jason Ackerman, owner of Albany CrossFit, and Brian Wilson, owner of Potomac CrossFit. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, March 2, 2011.

6:20 Glen Harrison created the Met-Con5 Training Journal and came on the show to talk about some of its features. He talked about how important goals are in achieving elite fitness and how the journal was designed to help you set, keep track of and reflect on your CrossFit goals. Glen also talked about how to get the most mileage out of the food-log portion of the journal.

27:10 Jason Ackerman is one of the owners of Albany CrossFit. He came on the show to talk about what his affiliate will be doing for the CrossFit Games Open. He explained how and why he’s encouraging his athletes to compete, and he described the steps he’s taken to plan for the event. Of course, he had some advice for other affiliate owners who are thinking of hosting Open workouts. Ackerman also described his affiliate’s on-ramp program and some of the things he’s done to create a community.

46:20 Potomac CrossFit owner Brian Wilson is joining forces with 15 other affiliates to create a “sectional-like” atmosphere for the Open, and he described how the affiliates are coordinating the event. He expressed a desire to provide a fun, entertaining and competitive event like the ones so many CrossFitters participated in last year. Wilson addressed a hot issue by explaining how the judging will be directed and also what steps will be taken to eradicate cheating. His goal is to make sure that only the best competitors advance to regionals.

1hr 6min 47sec

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4 Comments on “CrossFit Radio Episode 161”

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wrote …

Hey JJ,

Thank you so much for your dedication to the show. I'm 37, live in Sacramento, and I do Crossfit off main site at home in my garage. I would love to join one of my local boxes but when your supporting a family of five on one income, that's hard to fit into the budget. I'm telling you this because I really appreciate you keeping me informed about the world of Crossfit. I do appreciate main site and the journal but your show adds a whole other dimension. I like the fact that you often ask your guests to share some of there tips, techniques and experiences. I also really like the product reviews.

I do however have one complaint; When I listen to your show, I'm constantly adjusting the volume because I have to turn it up pretty loud in order to hear the guest. I then have to turn it down when you talk again to keep it from being uncomfortably loud. I just wanted you to have this feedback.

Thanks again for doing the show. Keep up the good work.

Aaron Rezentes

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Aaron, Thanks for listening to the show. I love the guys hitting it hard in garage gyms and I am glad that I can contribute in some small way to feeling part of the community. I have been using a program called Levelator in order to even out some of the volume issues. Sorry for the inconvenience but I am working on it. Keep hitting it hard.
JJ

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JJ I agree with Aaron getting the volume issues sorted would be a BIG help in making listening to your awesome podcast easier.

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JJ I agree with Aaron getting the volume issues sorted would be a BIG help in making listening to your awesome podcast easier.

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