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CrossFit Radio, Episode 133

By Justin Judkins

In Affiliation, Coaching, Radio, Rowing

August 18, 2010

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On Episode 133 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Brad Thorne, owner of CrossFit Cache Valley. Justin also interviewed Olympic gold medalist and CrossFit SME Erin Cafaro. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Aug. 18th, 2010.

4:50 CrossFit Cache Valley owner Brad Thorne came on the show to talk about how he keeps things fresh after being in business for two and a half… Continue Reading

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Pure Pulling Power

By Doug Csima, Kevin Light and Malcolm Howard

In Rowing, Videos

June 11, 2010

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Just like CrossFit lifters can tell you their 3-rep max for any given movement, top Canadian rowers can tell you their 3-stroke max on a Concept2 erg.

Doug Csima is a member of the Rowing Canada team, and he tried to beat his 3-stroke max at a training session at CrossFit East Sacramento. With teammates bracing the erg to prevent sliding, Csima hauls off in hopes of breaking his personal record of 1,120 watts on the last stroke… Continue Reading

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In Rowing, Videos

May 26, 2010

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Kevin Light of B.C., Canada, gave up hockey at 17, and more than a decade later he was rewarded with an Olympic gold medal in the men’s eights rowing event in Beijing, China.

In this video shot at CrossFit East Sacramento during a training session with the Rowing Canada team, Light talks about how he got into rowing, what he eats and how he trains.

Light also talks about intensity and how top rowers… Continue Reading

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In Rowing, Videos

May 08, 2010

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Cam Birtwell is a strength and conditioning coach at the Canadian Sports Centre Pacific, as well as the owner of CrossFit Zone in Victoria, B.C.

At CrossFit East Sacramento for a training session with the Rowing Canada team, Birtwell talks about movements he uses to push his athletes to the top of the podium. Some of the exercises include seated box jumps, barbell jump squats, overhead squats, shoulder-elevated hip thrusts and ball slams… Continue Reading

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In Rowing, Sports Applications, Videos

April 03, 2010

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Cam Birtwell is a strength and conditioning coach at the Canadian Sports Centre Pacific (CSCP), as well as the owner of CrossFit Zone in Victoria, B.C. He works with specialists including Olympic gold medalists and generalists, and he talks about the strategies he uses for both groups.

In CrossFit, we often state that we are training for the unknown and unknowable. Most frequently, we accomplish this goal by utilizing an intensive stimulus… Continue Reading

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CrossFit Crashes the C.R.A.S.H. B.s

By Tommy Hackenbruck and Tanya Wagner

In Athletes, Rowing, Videos

February 27, 2010

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Rowing is a movement where you can just set the damper to 10 and pull like hell, and some athletes use that strategy to post staggeringly fast times. But to really compete as a rower, you need to refine your movement so you can employ the most efficient technique and produce the best times.

Before competing in the Crash B World Indoor Rowing Championships in Boston, Mass., on Feb. 14, 2010, Tanya Wagner and Tommy… Continue Reading

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CrossFit Radio, Episode 107

By Justin Judkins

In Coaching, Radio, Rowing

February 17, 2010

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CrossFit Radio host Justin Judkins interviewed the World’s Fittest Female, Tanya Wagner, and Tennessee Tech University strength and conditioning coach Chip Pugh on Episode 107, webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010.

2:14 Tanya Wagner is the reigning CrossFit Games champion, and she also owns CrossFit Apex with her husband Josh. Tanya came on the show to offer a sneak peak into her upcoming FilFest 2010… Continue Reading

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In Rowing, Videos

December 02, 2009

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In the third and final part of his series, Concept 2 co-founder Peter Dreissigacker focuses on damper settings. He tells Jon Gilson of Again Faster that athletes who think they’re getting the best possible workout by always using the maximum damper setting of 10 are very likely mistaken.

Some fine athletes who can row 2,000 meters on the water in six minutes prefer to use a low damper settings. Some older… Continue Reading

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