CrossFit Radio Episode 162

By Justin Judkins

In Competition, CrossFit Games, Radio

March 09, 2011

Audio Article

On Episode 162 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Adam Martin, fitness director for Hilton Head Health Institute, and 2010 Regional qualifier Bill Grundler. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, March 9, 2011.

5:35 Hilton Head Health Institute is a prestigious residential treatment center for those looking to lose weight and learn to create a healthy lifestyle. Adam Martin is the fitness director at Hilton Head Health, and he’s also an athlete at CrossFit Hilton Head. Hilton Head Health is currently being featured on A&E’s television program Heavy, and Adam came on the show to talk about how he used CrossFit to help clients reach their goals. He also explained how he’s taken clients to CrossFit Hilton Head only to have several fall in love with CrossFit and continue with the program after they go home.

26:15 Bill Grundler is one of the owners of CrossFit Inferno. He came on the show to talk about how he’s encouraged his athletes to compete in the Reebok CrossFit Games Open. He spoke about hosting the weekly WODs at his box and how he is personally preparing for the upcoming competition season. Bill shared his philosophies on programming and what he looks to accomplish when he designs his WODs, and he explained how he emphasizes warm-ups that tie in with the WOD and prepare athletes for intense activity.

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3 Comments on “CrossFit Radio Episode 162”


wrote …

Bill rocks!


wrote …

Thanks Pat! i tried not to blink:)


Craig Hysell wrote …

Adam- Thanks! See ya at the box!

Bill- PHENOMENAL attitude. LOVE the "marathon" response to "Should I compete?" And I absolutely agree with the responses you gave from an affiliate owner aspect. Best of luck this year in the Games!

Justin- Once again, great job. Entertaining show.

Pat Sherwood- Awesome. As usual!

P.S. Atlas stones. Sick.

Craig Hysell
CrossFit Hilton Head

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