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Adrian Conway: One Ton Challenge, 3 CF Games Podiums, and Building a Supplement Business in CrossFit w/ Adrian Conway, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson— Barbell Shrugged #419

Adrian Conway has always been self-driven to succeed. His early passion for training and dedication to team sports brought him all the way to college football, where he was a running back at Weber State University. In 2008, Conway’s focus on athletic training became a full-time job, and he took on a variety of athletes from 9-year-old tennis stars to those at the collegiate level.

IIn 2013, Conway was hired as a member of the CrossFit HQ L1 training staff and began traveling to different training sites to spread his knowledge and help develop coaches nationwide.

In this episode of Barbell Shrugged, Anders and Doug take a deeper look into FNX Fitness, Crocket Proteins, standing on the CrossFit Games podiums and the One Ton Challenge.

Minute Breakdown:

1-10 Crushing the One Ton Challenge

11-20 Standing on podiums at the CrossFit Games

21-30 Why old preteen powder is so gross

31-40 Wes Kitts the strongest man in the country

41-50 FNX Retreat and company culture 

51-60 The CF Level 1 staff tryout 

Connect with Adrian Conway

https://fnxfit.com

Anders Varner on Instagram

Doug Larson on Instagram

20 REP BACK SQUAT PROGRAM


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