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Eating, Training, and Triple Days in Prep for the 2020 Olympics w/ Wes Kitts, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson and Jackie Perez – Barbell Shrugged — Barbell Shrugged #417

Wes Kitts, 2018 and 2019 Pan American Olympic weightlifting champion. Kitts was born in Knoxville, TN where he played high school soccer and football before going on to play Division 1AA football for Austin Peay State University. He began his...

Sprinting Into the Fire: The Story of Savage Barbell w/ CEO and Founder Dave Gallagher, and hosts Anders Varner, Doug Larson and John Swanson – Barbell Shrugged — Barbell Shrugged #416

Dave Gallagher is the owner of Savage Barbell.  Savage Barbell is not his full time job. Dave is a full time fire fighter in Southern California and runs Savage on his days off from the fire station. He started Savage...

t’s Deeper Than Training Partners and How to Feed Lauren Fischer and Rasmus Wisbech Anderson for the CrossFit Games w/ , Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #415

Jenn Ryan is a 13 year CrossFit athlete that has qualified for the CrossFit Games 5 times in the last 3 years. She is a NASN Liscened Sports Nutritionist, providing nutrition coaching to top CrossFit Games athletes including Lauren Fischer, Rasmus...

How The Fast Get Faster and the Strong Get Stronger w/ Coach Kav, Travis Mash, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #414

Coach Kavanaugh’s unique approach to training builds on his experience as both an elite athlete and an athlete who has endured a life-changing injury. His programs build strength, flexibility, speed, and teach proper bio-mechanics to increase...

Ask Me Anything on the Past, Present, and Future of CrossFit w/ Director of Government Relations and Research at CrossFit, Inc. Russ Grenne, Anders Varner, Doug Larson, and Greg Pitts — Barbell Shrugged #413

Russ Green is the Director of Government Relations and Research at CrossFit, Inc His tenure at CrossFit started at the original CrossFit gym in Santa Cruz, CA where he admits he did not get along or care for Greg Glassman. He stuck around, continued...

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