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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...

The Truth About CBD, Heart Rate Variability, and Getting STRONG w/ Dr. Michael T. Nelson, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #412

Dr. Mike T. Nelson has spent 18 years of his life learning how the human body works, specifically focusing on how to properly condition it to burn fat and become stronger, more flexible, and healthier. He’s has a PhD in Exercise Physiology, a BA in...

Starting, Growing, Selling the Granite Games and the Future of CrossFit Sanctionals w/ Granite Games Founder John Swanson – Barbell Shrugged #411

John Swanson is the founder and CEO of The Granite Games, owner of Fast Factory Fitness, and owner of Factory Forged. The goal of The Granite Games is to create a platform that allows all levels and ages to chase their athletic dreams. Our event...

What it Takes to be a CrossFit Games Athlete w/ 8 Time CrossFit Games Athlete Alessandra Pichelli, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson- Barbell Shrugged — Barbell Shrugged #410

Alessandra Pichelli was born in Montreal, Quebec. At age 2, her family moved to Bahrain in the Middle East and spent a few years there. Her family then moved to Yokohama, Japan where Alessandra attended St Maur International School. By age 8...

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. ...

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