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J.T. Scott on staying present, qualifying for the CrossFit Games and clothing the homeless.
The CrossFit Journal is pleased to present the next in a series of profiles designed to help you get to know some of the best people in our community.
J.T. Scott is an affiliate owner who trains out of his box, CrossFit Fenway, and CrossFit Somerville.
We are all lucky to meet some real firebreathers, but J.T. is… Continue Reading
Russell Greene (pictured during the 2007 CrossFit Games) is a CrossFitter who stumbled upon What is Fitness in 2002 when he was 16. He became addicted and did what he could from the workouts posted and the small, grainy videos available then.
This is the third of a series (The Best of CrossFit.com) in which dedicated and/or long term CrossFitters highlight their favorite or most influential archives from the vault… Continue Reading
In Archive, Audio, Kettlebells
January 25, 2009
CrossFit Live was Dave Young’s version of CrossFit Radio from 2005 and 2006. This is the sixth episode from September 11th, 2005 with Tom Corrigan. Tom is a firefighter and kettlebell coach.
Tom talks about using kettlebells to train for firefighting and the RKC before taking questions from Dave and a variety of callers.
Dave produced sixteen CrossFit Live shows, and they will be rolled out gradually over the next few… Continue Reading
Freddy Camacho is the owner of CrossFit One World. He has been a staple of the CrossFit community for a few years now. He is one of the trainers who travel with the CrossFit Level 1 seminars. He was a participant in both CrossFit Games (while in his 40s), finishing 13th in 2007 and 24th in 2008.
This is the second of a series (The Best of CrossFit.com) in which dedicated and/or long term… Continue Reading
In Archive, Audio, Gymnastics/Tumbling
January 03, 2009
CrossFit Live was Dave Young’s version of CrossFit Radio from 2005 and 2006. This is the fifth episode from July 10th, 2005 with Roger Harrell of CrossFit Marin. Pictured are Roger and Nicole Carroll from the gymnastics seminar mentioned in the show on August 14, 2005.
Roger talks about his background and the problem of USA Gymnastics being focused primarily on super-elite performance. Instead, Roger promotes an “Everyman’s… Continue Reading
CrossFit Live was Dave Young’s version of CrossFit Radio from 2005 and 2006. This is the fourth episode from June 5th, 2005 with Robb Wolf of CrossFit Norcal. Pictured are Robb, Nicole Carroll, Dave Leys, and Annie Sakamoto doing Mary at the CrossFit Certification Seminar on Feb 13, 2005.
Robb talks about how he got started with CrossFit before digging in to many of the common key nutrition issues related to… Continue Reading
In Archive, Audio, Coaching, Olympic Lifts
December 18, 2008
CrossFit Live was Dave Young’s version of CrossFit Radio from 2005 and 2006. This is the third episode from May 1st, 2005 with Coach Mike Burgener of Mike’s Gym.
Coach Burgener talks about his history, the supposedly dangerous nature of the Oly lifts, recovery, and why Oly lifting is the gymnastics of weight training, to name a few topics. He takes numerous callers’ questions.
Dave produced sixteen CrossFit Live shows, and they… Continue Reading
In Archive, Audio, CrossFit, Level 1 Certificate Course—Supporting Content, Videos
December 17, 2008
The first CrossFit certification seminar took place from Monday, December 2nd, 2002 through Wednesday, December 4th, 2002. There were two participants, Ted Socha and Charlie Simms, and six trainers. For three days, they were pummeled with two workouts a day, plus hours of lecture on exercise physiology, movement theory, and the bases of real fitness. They were put on their return flight with a spatula.
In this lecture… Continue Reading