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What It Takes to Be a Great Athlete and Coach w/Jason Leydon, Anders Varner, Doug Larson and – The Barbell Life — Barbell Shrugged #409

Founder and head trainer at CrossFit Milford in Milford CT, which has been to the games 4 times and has had athletes at the games 10 years in a row. Team CrossFit Milford finished 2nd in the world in 2015 and Jason has produced 9 podium finishers...

The Most Intersting Athlete at the CrossFit Games w/ Hunter Mcintyre — Barbell Shrugged #408

Hunter Mcintyre is Pro Endurance Athlete, Broken Skull Champion, BoundlessTV co-Host, Obstacle Course Racing Champion, and a Macho Man. With his unique catchphrase, “biceps win races”, Hunter strikes a brilliant contrast to the “skinny minis”, each...

Going Team and Taking Podiums w/ Alex Smith, Cody Mooney, Jessica Griffith, and Dani Speegle — Barbell Shrugged #407

Super teams are taking over the 2019 CrossFit Games. For the first time in the history of the CrossFit Games, the affiliate cup has transitioned into a team competition where athletes around the world can team up to create super teams. One of the...

Science, Strength, and the Gut Biome w/ Dr. Jimmy Bagley, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #406

Dr. Jimmy Bagley is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, and Director of the Muscle Physiology Lab, Co-Director of the Exercise Physiology Lab, and Research Director of the Strength and Conditioning Lab at SF State. Dr. Bagley teaches exercise...

Peaking to be the Strongest Human in the World with Anders Varner, Doug Larson, and Travis Mash — Barbell Shrugged #405

The final mesocycle of the One Ton Challenge is a 4 week peak cycle to prepare you to enter the One Ton Club totaling 2,000 (1,2000) in the snatch, clean, jerk, squat, deadlift, and bench press. The leak cycle prepares you to have the strength and...

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