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TOP BEST CROSSFIT ATHLETES | GREATEST CROSSFIT 2016 (MALE EDITION)
 
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BEST CROSSFIT WORKOUT MALE ATHLETES. CROSSFIT CHAMPION CROSSFIT MOTIVATION MEJORES ATLETAS CROSSFIT DE LA HISTORIA. MOTIVACION CROSSFIT ENTRENAMIENTO CROSSFIT 1.Rich Froning 2.Jason Khalipa 3.Mathew Fraser 4.Mikko Salo 5.Ben Smith LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!!!!! BESTOP MY CHANNEL:https://www.youtube.com/c/BESTOPOFFICIAL
Views: 76100 BESTOP
CrossFit - The Fittest Man on Earth: Rich Froning
 
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The CrossFit Games -- (http://games.crossfit.com) Rich Froning is the Fittest Man on Earth for the third year in a row.
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TOP 5 MEN CROSSFIT OPEN 2017 - OVERALL LEADERBOARD - AFTER 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 & 17.5
 
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If you like this video, please subscribe/share. More videos are coming soon. I upload a new video every day. Follow us on Facebook and watch exclusive motivational videos: https://www.facebook.com/venagfit/ Today I made this compilation with the top 5 men at crossfit open 2017 after workouts 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 & 17.5. This list can change because there are stil athletes that fill their results from workout 17.5. Maybe I will make another video with the final results. But these top 5 athletes have interesting backgrounds. For example Sam Dancer. His deadlift PR is amazing. In 2014 he deadlifted 655 lb. One thing sure. Mat Fraser is the winner of Crossfit Open 2017. Nobody can take him out of the first position. But then as the athletes fill their results from 17.5, there could be some changes in the other positions. Top 5 athletes for now: 5. Sam Dancer 4. Brent Fikowski 3. Jonne Koski 2. Noah Ohlsen 1. Mat Fraser I hope you like this video. Stay tunned because I will make another video with the top 5 or 10 final athletes of the 2017 crossfit open. Thumbs up if you like this music. I don't own any of this footage so if someone have some problem with that, just PM me and I will remove it.
Views: 88723 Venag Fit
Male crossfit motivation 2016 - Make It Happen
 
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I just made this crossfit motivational video. If you like it please subscribe. More videos are coming. Every week I upload a video - crossfit, bodybuilding, mma or any high adrenaline sport game.
Views: 35895 Venag Fit
2013 CrossFit Games - Men: Final Heat 3
 
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CrossFit -- (http://www.crossfit.com) The CrossFit Games® - The Sport of Fitness™ The Fittest On Earth™
Views: 1120163 CrossFit®
FULL DAY OF EATING for CROSSFIT
 
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A full day of eating for Crossfit. Double Training Day. MEAL 1: - 300ml Semi-Skimmed Milk - 1 Banana - 50g Oats - 30g Xendurance Whey Protein - 20g BlueBerries MEAL 2: - 3 Poached Whole Eggs - 2 Pieces of Toast - 15g Olive Spread MEAL 3: - 3 Wholewheat Tortilla Wraps - 50g 30% Less fat Hummus - 100-150g Chicken - 1/2 Broccoli - 1 TBSP Olive Oil - 1/2 Stir Fry Packet SAUCE: Dark Soy Sauce, Cinnamon, Peri Peri Salt MEAL 4: (Pre-Workout) - 2 Bagels - 15-25g Nutells - 15-25g Crunchy Almond Butter MEAL 5: - 100-150g Chicken - 250g Cooked weight Rice - 1/2 Broccoli - 1/2 Stir Fry Packet - SAUCE: Dark Soy Sauce, Cinnamon, Peri Peri Salt MEAL 6: - 100g Oats - 300ml Un-sweetened Almond milk - 1 BattleOats Bar EVOLVE HEALTH APP USED TO TRACK MEALS/CALORIES: https://itunes.apple.com/app/apple-store/id1208407960?pt=118573791&ct=cryt1&mt=8
Views: 259310 TeamRICHEY
CrossFit Nutrition: The Best CrossFit Diet Plan
 
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What is the best diet plan for CrossFit athletes? There are a whole bunch of faddy diets out there claiming to produce the best results, but in this video, we help set the record straight and help you understand what diet is best for you. Looking for more nutrition and weight loss tips? Sign up for WODprep Nutrition updates here: https://wodprep.com/nutrition-coaching/ Check out our ultimate nutrition guide: https://wodprep.com/blog/only-nutrition-article-athletes-need/ Check out our Guide to Supplements: hhttps://wodprep.com/blog/crossfit-supplements/ Check out Andy's Cutting vs. Bulking article and video guide: https://rippedbody.com/cut-or-bulk/ ========== CLICK "SHOW MORE" For Free Training! =========== WODprep's mission is this: "Provide simple, effective, and inspiring functional fitness coaching for people all over the world." I am "no fluff" and "no B.S"... just tactics that have worked at my own gym or in my own competition training. If you found any of the information in this video helpful, please hit "subscribe" and leave me a comment below. I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thank you for being a part of the WODprep family! If you want more WODprep content, here is where you can find me: Website: http://www.wodprep.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wodprep Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wodprep reddit: ben_dzi *WODprep is not affiliated with CrossFit, Inc nor is it endorsed by CrossFit, Inc or any of its subsidiaries. CrossFit is a registered trademark of CrossFit, Inc.*
Views: 21169 WODprep
SO YOU THINK CROSSFIT  DOESN'T BUILD  MUSCLE !! JUST WATCH THIS ■ CROSSFIT MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO
 
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SO YOU THINK CROSSFIT DOESN'T BUILD MUSCLE !! JUST WATCH THIS ■ CROSSFIT MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO Video Material taken from : CrossfitHQ : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtcQ6TPwXAYgZ1Mcl3M1vng NF sports : https://www.youtube.com/user/NFSportsTV I do not own the copyrights of these videos , If you have anything against my uploads please contact me and I ll delete them . FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. 1)This video has no negative impact on the original works (It would actually be positive for them) 2)This video is also for teaching purposes. 3)It is positively transformative in nature. 4)I only used bits and pieces of videos to get the point across where necessary.
Views: 927599 MOTIVATION ARMY
Watch This 78-Year-Old Grandfather Kill It During A CrossFit Workout | TODAY
 
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Jacinto Bonilla is a 78-year-old CrossFit pro -- just watch and prepare to be amazed. » Subscribe to TODAY: http://on.today.com/SubscribeToTODAY » Watch the latest from TODAY: http://bit.ly/LatestTODAY About: TODAY brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on money, health and parenting. We wake up every morning to give you and your family all you need to start your day. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We are in the people business. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive TODAY archival footage & our original web series. Connect with TODAY Online! Visit TODAY's Website: http://on.today.com/ReadTODAY Find TODAY on Facebook: http://on.today.com/LikeTODAY Follow TODAY on Twitter: http://on.today.com/FollowTODAY Follow TODAY on Google+: http://on.today.com/PlusTODAY Follow TODAY on Instagram: http://on.today.com/InstaTODAY Follow TODAY on Pinterest: http://on.today.com/PinTODAY Watch This 78-Year-Old Grandfather Kill It During A CrossFit Workout | TODAY
Views: 91155 TODAY
Rich Froning CrossFit Workout | WOD
 
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If you want to add a CrossFit workout to your program, try this one from Rich Froning. It's a quick, fast burner that will improve your cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance, work capacity, For more CrossFit and Rich Froning content: http://bbcom.me/1pgqdM0 Rich Froning's Recommended Supplements | http://bbcom.me/1pgqfDG Doing CrossFit with Rich Froning is like playing hoops with LeBron or golf with Tiger. Let's see if you can hang! This makes a great CrossFit workout of the day (wod). I've never competed as a bodybuilder, but I trained like a bodybuilder for many years. I started doing CrossFit as a supplement to my regular training. Then, I fell in love with it and I haven't looked back! You don't have to be a CrossFit competitor to do CrossFit-style workouts. If you're a bodybuilder, physique athlete, or even someone new to fitness, you can use a CrossFit workout as your cardio day, or you can add the movements to your normal routine for a new challenge. If you want to add a CrossFit workout to your program, try this one. It's a quick, fast burner that will improve your cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance, work capacity, and more. This workout will also help your grip and coordination. You might even learn some new movements! This workout is designed for anyone. It's a CrossFit-inspired metabolic-conditioning circuit. There's a push, a pull, and a cardio element. As soon as your push gets uncomfortable, move to the pull. When the pull becomes an issue, move to the jump rope. Jumping rope will make you tired and challenge your forearms just enough to make the other two movements a bit harder. The workout isn't fancy: You don't need much equipment, and you can do it in less than 10 minutes. This workout is done for time. Complete all the work as quickly and efficiently as possible. There are no programmed rest periods; the only breaks you get are during transitions from movement to movement. You'll begin with shoulder to overhead (STO). After you complete 15 reps, you'll go directly to pull-ups (PU) and do 15 reps. After you're done with pull-ups, you'll do 30 double-unders (DU).When you're done with the DUs, return to STO and do 12 reps. Then you'll do 12 reps of PUs and another 30 reps of DUs. You'll keep repeating that pattern. The STO and PUs will go down by three reps each set, while the double-unders remain constant at 30 reps. Shoulder to Overhead The point of this movement is to get the barbell from your shoulders to over your head. Your arms must be completely locked out and the bar must end up over the center of your body. There are three ways to do STO, which I'll go over below. Pull-Up A pull-up rep counts when your chin is above the bar. There are multiple ways to do pull-ups for a CrossFit workout. Double-Under A lot of people are going to hate these. Yes, they're difficult. The rope goes under you twice in a single jump. The trick is to keep your hands slightly in front of you and close together. The wider your hands are and the farther they are away from your body, the shorter the rope is. That's when you start smacking yourself in the shins. It might take some work to get the timing right. Bodybuilding.com: SALES & SPECIALS | http://bbcom.me/1pgqgaA FITNESS ARTICLES | http://bbcom.me/1pgqgYb #1 ONLINE SUPPLEMENT STORE | http://bbcom.me/1pgrsLc FREE FITNESS PLANS | http://bbcom.me/1pgrqTJ Follow Us: YOUTUBE | http://bit.ly/1RSJFa4 FACEBOOK | http://on.fb.me/1lomhpr INSTAGRAM | http://bit.ly/1LzBxab TWITTER | http://bit.ly/1RSJQlL GOOGLE+ | http://bit.ly/1NRe8qu PINTEREST | http://bit.ly/1OOZgY4 SPOTIFY | http://spoti.fi/1NRebm0 We are Bodybuilding.com. Your transformation is our passion. We are your personal trainer, your nutritionist, your supplement expert, your lifting partner, your support group. We provide the technology, tools and products you need to burn fat, build muscle and become your best self.
Views: 2023757 Bodybuilding.com
Mini-Wheats, Bite Size ONLY | Mat Fraser: The Making of a Champion - Part 9
 
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What does the 2016 CrossFit champion and fittest man on earth, Mat Fraser, eat for breakfast? Mini-Wheats, bite size ONLY! Get Mat Fraser's Favorite NF Sport Supplements ► http://bbcom.me/2r61Ba2 B-Elite: Free & Flat Rate Shipping on Top Brands ► http://bbcom.me/2r6dwVb Mathew Fraser earned the title of Fittest Man on Earth at the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games. The victory was three years in the making, after he took back-to-back second-place finishes in 2014 and 2015. In 2014, Fraser’s debut Games appearance, he earned the Rookie of the Year award for his efforts. Known for his hatred of second place, Fraser was unsatisfied with his consecutive silver finishes, and though he won the worldwide Open in 2015 and swept his region (EAST) with a dominate performance in 2016, it wasn’t until he stood atop the podium at the Games in 2016 that he showed signs of celebration. A former U.S. Olympic Weightlifting team hopeful, with a return from major back surgery in 2011, retired from his weightlifting career and has been a CrossFit athlete since 2012. ========================================­===== | Recommended Supplements | NF Sports Hydrate ► http://bbcom.me/2r6jsNS - All Natural Hydration Mix Powder For Suppling Electrolytes - Available In 4 Unqiue Flavors NF Sports NutriWhey Protein ► http://bbcom.me/2r6duN3 - Natural Whey Protein For Supporting Muscle Recovery* - Includes 23 Grams Of Protein Per Serving NF Sports Pre-Workout ► http://bbcom.me/2r5KVzf - Pre-Workout Powder For Supporting Energy* - Includes Creatine Monohydrate And L-Tyrosine ========================================­===== | Bodybuilding.com | Sales & Specials ► http://bbcom.me/2pWx520 Fitness Articles ► http://bbcom.me/2pWwWf0 #1 Online Supplement Store ► http://bbcom.me/2pWpLU3 Free Fitness Plans ► http://bbcom.me/2pWy0iV #1 Women's Fitness Site ► http://bbcom.me/2pWqLrr ========================================­===== | Follow Us | YouTube ► http://bit.ly/1RSJFa4 Facebook ► http://on.fb.me/1lomhpr Instagram ► http://bit.ly/1LzBxab Twitter ► http://bit.ly/1RSJQlL Google+ ► http://bit.ly/1NRe8qu Pinterest ► http://bit.ly/1OOZgY4 Spotify ► http://spoti.fi/1NRebm0 We are Bodybuilding.com. Your transformation is our passion. We are your personal trainer, your nutritionist, your supplement expert, your lifting partner, your support group. We provide the technology, tools and products you need to burn fat, build muscle and become your best self.
Views: 210192 Bodybuilding.com
Jacinto Bonilla, a 73-Year-Old CrossFitter
 
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Meet Jacinto Bonilla, a 73-Year-Old CrossFitter, prostate cancer survivor, and overall inspirational athlete. Find out how Jacinto first discovered CrossFit six years ago at CrossFit Virtuosity in Brooklyn, and the impact that it has had on his life. Subscribe to 3V: http://goo.gl/HZVpq More Shows from 3V: http://www.youtube.com/3v CrossFit Virtuosity: http://www.crossfitvirtuosity.com/ Information About CrossFit: http://www.crossfit.com/ AMRAP takes you inside the world of CrossFit, a competitive strength and conditioning program hailed as the fastest growing fitness movement in the world. From top athletes to everyday people both young and old, AMRAP delivers the most inspiring stories of CrossFit's incredible ability to change bodies and strengthen bonds.
Views: 667121 3v
Old Man Street Workout Prank | Muscle Madness
 
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Muscle Madness https://musclemadness.co/ Great Story of Big Tatted Guy https://youtu.be/J22ZzbrQRNo Islam Badurgov is a street workout athlete. https://www.instagram.com/badurgovislam/ https://www.facebook.com/islam.badurgov SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE MUSCLES! ► https://goo.gl/VqV9QR ★ LET'S CONNECT! -- https://www.facebook.com/gearmaniaworld/ -- https://www.instagram.com/musclemadnesspro/ -- https://vk.com/dontstop_com_ua PLAYLISTS▼ #Fighters https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbKU8WoRmFCJ5Lq4OIgMamU6LvfIeo5zD #Bodybuilding Athletes https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbKU8WoRmFCKBIAU3xc54lNCFsejnIUYk #Fitness Models https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbKU8WoRmFCL3BxANF7OD2EKn_XvCiPgF #Crossfit Athletes https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbKU8WoRmFCLQTJfyaoYm8_3ZWSI6umbr ►Mens Physique https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbKU8WoRmFCLN9s6avWlQNzyiJOEqkfBZ #TRAINING FROM GIRLS https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxlPP4eKmVbL1fLsML-nOAQ #SPORT GEAR REVIEWS https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE0NjjVydbDgbdnpH5SBu9w #musclemadness
Views: 22727787 Muscle Madness
Murph — The 2016 CrossFit Games
 
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Crossfit Games Director Dave Castro reprised Murph for the 10th anniversary of the Games, as athletes completed two 1-mile runs, 100 pull-ups, 200 push ups and 300 squats on Day 3 in the Soccer Stadium. Rogue Athlete Josh Bridges dominated the men's field and took home a first place finish in the event.
Views: 464485 Rogue Fitness
2018 CrossFit Games FINAL EVENT 14 + WINNER Mat Fraser
 
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Tia-Clair Toomey, Mat Fraser 2018 CrossFit Games FINAL EVENT 14 + INTERVIEWS Mat Fraser LES GOOO Best Vlogging Camera: https://amzn.to/2SwHaRh Beast of a tripod to go with it: https://amzn.to/2Rr8QJN Memory Card I use: https://amzn.to/2VpAZAn Laptop for editing: https://amzn.to/2LNIfBn My equipment for crossfit Best shoes in the biz: https://amzn.to/2BUbTk0
Views: 492003 Mean Productions
CrossFit Games Regionals 2012 - Qualified Athletes: Europe Men
 
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Games Qualifying Men: Frederik Aegidius, Mikko Aronpaa and Numi Snaer Katrinarson
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CrossFit Games Athlete Day of Eating
 
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Take a look into what a day of eating is like for me! My nutrition varies to accommodate my training but this is what a typical day will look like for me while I am training for the Crossfit Games. Watch until the end for total macro count! If you want to try out the carb product I use daily, you can find it here: https://goo.gl/4tidPC Check in on my day-to-day activities on instagram: https://goo.gl/RgkbP7 If you want to take your training to the next level as a competitor, explore your options at https://goo.gl/EmqtWm Video filmed + edited by: @joannleigh https://goo.gl/Z2Nn3B
Views: 440609 Noah Ohlsen
Being a CrossFit Games Athlete is Basically a Mental Illness
 
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Available for pre-order on iTunes in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and Ireland. U.S.–http://apple.co/2jBguMG Canada–http://apple.co/2kp6FpI UK–http://apple.co/2krfwHi IRE–http://apple.co/2jVR25v The 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games were a grueling five-day, 15-event test to find the fittest man and woman on Earth. "Fittest on Earth: A Decade of Fitness" follows the dramatic story of the top athletes who qualified and competed and offers an inside look at what it takes to be among the world's elite athletes, both in training and on the competition floor. The CrossFit Games challenge competitors to perform intense physical tasks, but the hardest part is sometimes mental. Athletes often learn the details of the events only minutes before they begin, and everyone handles the pressure differently. Which of these fierce competitors will rise to the top and earn the title of Fittest on Earth? CrossFit® - Forging Elite Fitness® (http://crossfit.com) The CrossFit Games® - The Sport of Fitness™ The Fittest On Earth™
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Deadlift Ladder: Men - 2009 CrossFit Games
 
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This is the second installment of the Complete 2009 CrossFit Games videos. Here is complete coverage of the Men’s Deadlift Event. This event was the first of its kind: athletes were tasked with lifting one heavy deadlift every 30 seconds until they failed. Athletes started at 315 lb., and if they continued successfully, traveled through 20 bars, each 10 lb. heavier than the last, until the final 505-lb. bar was reached. And, this was about an hour after that brutal 7-kilometer run. “If it takes you 30 minutes to do the run, you have an hour break, because at 10 o’clock on the dot, we’re starting the deadlift,” Dave Castro said to the competitors before the run. “If it takes you an hour to do the run, you have 30 minutes to rest. If it takes you 75 minutes, you’re out of the competition.” We now know how strong these athletes actually were, but at the time, there was widely varying speculation. Very few spectators thought the heaviest bars would leave the ground after such a difficult run, and no one expected athletes to be setting PRs. But in spite of such outrageous conditions, 16 men lifted all 20 bars, and many more ended up with PRs in the process. This video also has interviews with: Jason Khalipa, Lance Mosley, Rob Orlando, Josh Wagner, Jason Neago, Matt Chan, Steve Smith, Steve Willis, Chris Spealler, James FitzGerald. The CrossFit Games -- (http://games.crossfit.com) The CrossFit Games® - The Sport of Fitness™ The Fittest On Earth™
Views: 105031 CrossFit®
Fueling the CrossFit Athlete || Chasing Excellence with Ben Bergeron || Ep#024
 
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Get Chasing Excellence here: http://amzn.to/2vSjU4q // In this episode: We're talking about why nutrition is so important in the sport of CrossFit, ideal body fat percentages for athletes, & what supplements I recommend CrossFit athletes take. // Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2lCdeWb Chasing Excellence is a show dedicated to dissecting what it means to live a life of excellence, both inside the gym & out. On each episode, we'll deep dive on various aspects of running a CrossFit affiliate, becoming a better coach or athlete, & maximizing your potential. Web: http://www.benbergeron.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/benbergeron/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/builtbybergeron/
Views: 55171 Ben Bergeron
CROSSFIT GAMES 2016 - Mens Murph - EVENTO 5
 
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► Like and SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/P9M4yY CROSSFIT GAMES 2016 - Mens Murph - EVENTO 4 Por tiempo: 1.6km carrera 100 dominadas 200 flexiones 300 sentadillas 1.6km carrera Uno de los WOD Héroes más conocidos. Realmente el RX de este WOD se recomienda hacerlo con un chaleco lastrado, aunque eso queda a la elección del sufrimiento que estés dispuesto a soportar. Se trata de un WOD bastante duro y los últimos 1.6km de carrera se hacen bastante pesados después de realizar las 300 sentadillas. The CrossFit Games -- (http://games.crossfit.com) ME PUEDE SEGUIR TAMBIÉN EN LAS REDES SOCIALES: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Fatal7ty/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Fatal7ty Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fatal7ty/
Views: 449713 Fatal7ty
Brute Showdown Episode 1: Meet the Competitors
 
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A weightlifter, powerlifter, bodybuilder and CrossFit athlete walk into an arena together — who wins? 🤔 Brute’s teamed up with Bodybuilding.com and Mark Bell Slingshot to explore that question, bringing you a competition like never seen before. For the next three weeks we’ll be releasing new episodes, where the athletes go head to head in a wide range of sports. In this episode, we introduce the competitors: Jacob Heppner CrossFit Games Athlete, 2016 7th Fittest Man in the World Steve Gentilli Elite Powerlifter Lawrence Ballenger Fitness Model and Super Heavyweight Bodybuilder Luis Javier Mosquera Weightlifter, Bronze Medalist at the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Be on the lookout next Wednesday for the release of Episode 2, where the athletes will complete the first few events. Who are you betting on? Let us know in the comments! Learn more about Brute Strength here: https://www.brutestrengthtraining.com/ Camera and Edits Cameras: Sony FS700, a7sII, a6300 Lens: Sony Zeiss 35mm f/1.4, Canon 24-70, Sony Sonnar T* FE 35mm f/2.8 Filmed by: Nelson Nieto and John Rains Produced and Edited: Nelson Nieto
Views: 944822 Brute Strength
CrossFit Athletes Try to Keep Up with a Professional Ballerina | SELF
 
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CrossFit athletes are tough—but ballet is tougher. Isabella Boylston, Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theater, teaches a group of CrossFit athletes how to do some basic ballet moves, and they come away with a serious appreciation for the art and athleticism of ballet. A ballet lesson from a dancing prodigy to put the flexibility of CrossFittters to the test. Still haven’t subscribed to Self on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/selfyoutubesub ABOUT SELF Daily health, fitness, beauty, style advice, and videos for women who want to achieve their personal best in life. CrossFit Athletes Try to Keep Up with a Professional Ballerina | SELF
Views: 2058743 SELF
Full Day Of Eating | Men's Fitness Shoot & CrossFit Competition Prep
 
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Full Day Of Eating | Men's Fitness Shoot & CrossFit Competition Prep (Showing All My Meals / Training)
Views: 9378 Wyatt Krueger
CrossFit Games Regionals 2012 - Qualified Athletes: NorCal Men
 
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Games Qualifying Men: Jason Khalipa, Neal Maddox, Gabe Subry and Joey Warren.
Views: 2153 CrossFit®
THIS IS HOW YOU BUILD MUSCLE DOING CROSSFIT
 
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How to BUILD MUSCLE doing CROSSFIT. Zack's week training plan. A week of Crossfit training Layout. Zack's WEEK TRAINING PLAN MONDAY: Morning// 40 Minute Emom Evening// Gymnastics TUESDAY: Morning// Chipper WOD with High Ring Muscle Ups Evening// Heavy Olympic Lifting WEDNESDAY: Morning// Swim Evening// OFF THURSDAY: Morning// Competition Simulation workouts Evening// Olympic Lifting Session FRIDAY: Morning// Sprint Sessions Evening// Gymnastics Saturday: Throughout the Day: Chipper with Barbell Cycling + Weak Points
Views: 215659 TeamRICHEY
7K Trail Run: Men - 2009 CrossFit Games
 
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Here it is: the first installment of the Complete 2009 CrossFit Games Video. This first part is available to everyone; the remaining seven episodes of the men’s competition will be for subscribers only. They will be released over the next week (one a day), then the three Affiliate Cup events (one a day, and Part 2 will be free), and then the eight women’s events (one a day, and Part 5 will be free). This video has a brief introduction to the competition, and then it’s on: Coach Glassman’s intro to the Games, explaining why they are the proving ground for elite fitness, followed by the national anthem, and then 3-2-1... Go! The competitors were off on a brutal 7-kilometer, varied-terrain run. The stakes were high. The last athletes to finish the run had to go first on the max-deadlift event, and the 10 athletes at the bottom after two events were eliminated from the competition. This video features thorough coverage of the first event in the men’s competition, as well as interviews with Rob Orlando, Zach Forrest, Jeremy Thiel, Charlie Dunifer, Mike Giardina, Patrick Barber, Pat Sherwood, Josh Everett, “Commando” Steve Willis, Jason Neago, Brandon Massie, Steve Smith, Chris Spealler, and Matt Chan. The CrossFit Games -- (http://games.crossfit.com) The CrossFit Games® - The Sport of Fitness™ The Fittest On Earth™
Views: 35902 CrossFit®
CrossFit - "The Foundation Is Nutrition"
 
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Combining the CrossFit training methodology with a diet of meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar brings "a jet stream of adaptation," says CrossFit founder Greg Glassman. In the pyramid Glassman created, nutrition is the foundation, with met-cons, gymnastics, weightlifting and throwing, and sport following. "Each level builds on the level below it," explains Nicole Carroll, director of certification. "If your nutrition sucks, these things will not be where they could be if it were more solid." Likewise, Glassman says CrossFit favors Barry Sears' Zone Diet "because it does give me accurate and precise prescription for caloric intake and, more importantly, the exact levels of macronutrient that I can start at." Likewise, trainers and coaches can make informed decisions on how to tweak an athlete's diet for improved performance, he says. CrossFit HQ trainer Pat Sherwood says nutrition isn't an either/or aspect of training. "It's not quality or quantity. It can and it should be both." 5min 14sec
Views: 1634192 CrossFit®
Top 10 Fittest Male Bodies of Crossfit 2014
 
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10. Scott Panchik: The former college running back is a perennial games placer. FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/scottpanchikfanpage 9. Garret Fisher: If this list were for best hair he would easily be #1. FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/GarretMFisher 8. Jon Pera: Pera is another beast out of the SoCal Region. FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/jonpera 7. Mikko Salo: The 2009 champ is still a beast 5 years later. FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.oninstagram.com/profile/mikkosalo63 6. Kenneth Leverich: FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kennethleverich 5. Neal Maddox: The former football player is still a beast at 35. FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/nealmaddox 4. Jason Khalipa: Khalipa is a beast, it is hard to believe he has the endurance he does with all that muscle. FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/jasonkhalipa 3. Kyle Kasperbauer: The former college running back can be found on Crossfit. FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kylekasperbauer 2. Dan Bailey: Bailey is looking jacked, maybe it is because he has been training with Danny Broflex. FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/dan_bailey9 1. Rich Froning: Was there ever any doubt about Rich ? FOLLOW ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/richfroning IMAGE SOURCE: "GOOGLE SEARCH" SOURCE: http://theathleticbuild.com/top-20-fittest-bodies-of-crossfit-2014/2/
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RICH FRONING - GREATEST CROSSFIT CHAMPION OF ALL TIMES - MOTIVATION 2017
 
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If you like this video, please subscribe&share. More videos are coming soon. I upload a new video every day. Follow us on Facebook and watch exclusive motivational videos: https://www.facebook.com/venagfit/ Rich Froning Jr. (born July 21, 1987) is an American professional CrossFit athlete known for his achievements in the 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 CrossFit Games. He became the first person to win the title of "Fittest Man on Earth" four times with his first-place finish in the 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 CrossFit Games. In 2015 and 2016, he led team CrossFit Mayhem Freedom to the first-place finish in the Team category in the CrossFit Games and claimed the Affiliate Cup. Froning has not only been successful in the sport; he has been a pioneer in making a living off of the sport of CrossFit. Froning has won over $1,050,000 in prize money for winning the CrossFit Games four times, and has accumulated significant sponsorships from brands like Reebok, Oakley and Rogue Fitness. In early 2015, Reebok released a shoe designed in part by Froning which bore the name of the Bible scripture tattooed to his side, the Reebok CrossFit Compete 6:14. Recognizable by the tattoo of Galatians 6:14 scrawled from his left armpit to his hip, Rich Froning Jr. was dubbed the Fittest Man in History after winning four back-to-back individual CrossFit Games championships (2011-2014). Seemingly unbeatable, he also won the worldwide Open for three consecutive years (2012-2014), and when he retired from individual competition after the 2014 season, he captained his affiliate’s team, CrossFit Mayhem Freedom, to two back-to-back Affiliate Cup championships in 2015 and 2016. Froning has competed in the CrossFit Games since 2010. Froning won the 2011 CrossFit Games, and followed that up by winning every stage of the 2012-2014 Games season including the worldwide Open, Regionals, and the Games. That winning streak ended after he retired from Individual Competition in 2015, and he subsequently took second place in the world in the 2015 Open, behind Mathew Fraser. However, as part of his new team, CrossFit Mayhem Freedom, he began a new winning streak by earning first place at both the 2015 Central East Regional and at the Games. Froning has said "It's not necessarily that I like to win, but I hate losing more." In 2010, Froning qualified for the 2010 Southeast Regional competition through the Sectional Qualifiers, a precursor to the online-based Open. Froning won the Regional, thereby qualifying for the fourth CrossFit Games at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. At the 2010 Games, Froning earned five top 5 finishes including two event wins, and never dropped below 13th. He was leading heading into the final event, however the rope climb portion of the final event exposed "a chink in his armor" in terms of technique. Froning did not know how to wrap his legs and feet around the rope, so he was forced to attempt the rope climbs only using his arms. Fatigued, Froning fell from the rope multiple times. In 2012, Froning and Annie Thorisdottir were the first athletes to win the CrossFit Games twice. In the years following, Froning set the standard for the "Fittest Man on Earth" with four consecutive CrossFit Games wins. In a documentary released in the summer of 2015, "Froning," documentary filmmakers from CrossFit, Inc., argued that Froning is the Fittest Man in History. In 2015 and 2016, Froning took first place in the Central regional event, qualifying him for the CrossFit Games as an individual; however, he chose to participate in the team competition instead, as part of the "Mayhem Freedom" team, which placed first both years. Athlete Stats: Rich Froning: 4x Fittest Man on Earth. Age: 29 Height: 5' 9'' Weight: 198 lb Back Squat: 475 lb Clean and Jerk: 370 lb Snatch: 305lb Deadlift: 570 lb Fight Gone Bad: 508 Max Pull-ups: 75 Fran: 2:13 Grace: 1:11 Music: Warriyo - Mortals (feat. Laura Brehm) [NCS Release] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJg-Y5byMMw Anikdote - Turn It Up [NCS Release] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6RWY8OYwbk Comment down if you like to see more videos with professional crossfit athletes. If you have any suggestions or you want to see a compilation with your favourite athlete PM me or leave a comment down. I don't own any of this footage so if someone have some problem with that, just PM me and I will remove it. Big part of the footage in this video was taken from the original Crossfit channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CrossFitHQ. So you can go and Subscribe for their channel.
Views: 131843 Venag Fit
Brute Showdown Episode 2: Max Clean & Grace
 
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In Episode 2 of the Brute Showdown, the competitors complete events one and two: 1. Max Clean — Athletes go for a one rep max clean from the floor (lift can be power or full, but c annot be from the hang position) 2. CrossFit Event: Grace — 30 clean and jerks for time at 135 pounds Watch the whole episode to find out who wins both. And catch some bonus footage, of what a food trip looks like with bodybuilder Lawrence Ballenger (think sugar and protein). If you missed episode one introducing the competitors, you can watch it here: https://www.brutestrengthtraining.com/brute-showdown-episode-1-meet-the-competitors/ Stay tuned for next week’s episode, where the athletes take on the next three challenges. Coming May 9. Camera and Edits Cameras: Sony FS700, a7sII, a6300 Lens: Sony Zeiss 35mm f/1.4, Canon 24-70, Sony Sonnar T* FE 35mm f/2.8 Filmed by: Nelson Nieto and John Rains Produced and Edited: Nelson Nieto
Views: 1393758 Brute Strength
2010 CrossFit Games - Men's Event 1 Final Heat
 
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As the sun began to dip below the Pacific coastline the lights came on in the Home Depot Center, working towards the last heats of the first workout at the 2010 CrossFit Games. The anticipation was palpable. Everyone in attendance wanted to see the top athletes from Games' past do battle with the top athletes from the Regionals, and set the tone for the biggest CrossFit event in history. The first of what was to be nine events throughout the weekend was a high power, high skilled couplet: 9-7-5 Reps for time of: Muscle-ups Squat snatch (135/95 lb.) Coming in to the final heat, Neal Maddox and Camille Leblanc-Bazinett set the best times early in the night with 3:46 and 7:02, respectively. Stepping on to the floor for the first of the final heats were the women. With the likes of Alicia Connors, Jasmine Dever, Ashleigh Moe, Candice Ruiz, Carey Kepler, Lindsey Smith, Michelle Kinney, Heather Bergeron, Rebecca Voigt, Christy Phillips, Annie Thorisdottir and Kristan Clever all lining up to do battle their was sure to be fireworks. In the mens heat Vic Zachary, James FitzGerald, Chris Hogan, Blair Morrison, Jason Khalipa, Rob Orlando, Moe Kelsey, Peter Egyed, Tommy Hackenbruck, Mikko Salo, Matt Chan and Chris Spealler all took the stage to finish out the evening.
Views: 310662 CrossFit®
MAT FRASER - DESTROYING COMPETITION AT THE CROSSFIT GAMES - 2017 MOTIVATION
 
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If you like this video, please subscribe&share. More videos are coming soon. I upload a new video every day. Follow us on Facebook and watch exclusive motivational videos: https://www.facebook.com/venagfit/ Mathew "Mat" Fraser (born 1990) is an American professional CrossFit athlete known for winning the 2016 and 2017 CrossFit Games and taking second place at the 2014 and 2015 CrossFit Games. After a strong performance in 2014, and the retirement of 4-time defending champion Rich Froning Jr., he was a favorite to win in 2015, but was edged out in the final event by Ben Smith. The following year, Fraser took first place by a commanding margin, and Smith took second. Mathew Fraser earned the title of Fittest Man on Earth at the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games. The victory was three years in the making, after he took back-to-back second-place finishes in 2014 and 2015. In 2014, Fraser’s debut Games appearance, he earned the Rookie of the Year award for his efforts. Known for his hatred of second place, Fraser was unsatisfied with his consecutive silver finishes, and though he won the worldwide Open in 2015 and swept his region (EAST) with a dominate performance in 2016, it wasn’t until he stood atop the podium at the Games in 2016 that he showed signs of celebration. A former U.S. Olympic Weightlifting team hopeful, with a return from major back surgery in 2011, retired from his weightlifting career and has been a CrossFit athlete since 2012. If there’s a new gold standard in Men’s CrossFit, it’s name is Mathew Fraser. After two consecutive runner-up finishes in 2014 and 2015, the 5’6” Vermont native finally staked his rightful claim as the “Fittest Man on Earth” in 2016, winning the men’s individual competition by the largest margin in Reebok CrossFit Games history. A year later, he silenced any remaining doubters by defending his crown and breaking his own record--outpacing his closest competitor by a whopping 216 points. Fraser, a former Junior National Weightlifting Champion, has excelled to the top ranks of CrossFit just four years after first picking up the sport. Named “Rookie of the Year” at his debut Games in 2014, he grabbed bigger headlines for earning a podium spot right between legends Rich Froning and Jason Khalipa. Along with his back-to-back titles at the Games, Fraser has also collected four consecutive 1st place finishes at the Northeast/East Regional,, and he’ll be the odds-on favorite to win everything again in 2018. In between traveling the globe for competition these past few years, Mat also found time to study mechanical engineering at the University of Vermont. With his work ethic and personal drive, Fraser is primed to succeed in his pursuits long after his competitive CrossFit days are behind him. By thirteen Fraser won his first national title and in 2009 he was the junior national champion in Olympic weightlifting. Injury took him away from weightlifting competitively until 2012. Fraser began lifting again at Champlain Valley CrossFit in 2012, periodically hitting a WOD. Noticing the advantage he had with an Olympic weightlifting background, Fraser continued with CrossFit. In the 2013 CrossFit Open, Fraser qualified for the North East Regionals. He went on to place 5th overall, missing the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games by two spots. The rookie athlete came back for the 2014 CrossFit open with a 1st place win at the East Coast Championship and experience under his belt. Mat Fraser qualified for the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games at the Northeast Regionals. He went on to place 2nd at The Games in 2014. With a fire ignited in Fraser, he swept the 2014/2015 competition season placing first at the Crush Games, Granite Games, and the East Coast Championships. In the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games, Fraser placed 2nd for the second year in a row. Fraser was not satisfied, “Second place sucks,” the athlete said in an interview with CrossFit Head Quarters following the games. The 2016 season was all Mat Fraser. He placed 7th in the open, and 1st in the East Regional. With ten top five finishes at the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games, Mat Fraser beat out the reigning champion to win the 1st place and was crowned the fittest on earth. You can follow Mat at his Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mathewfras/ Mathew Fraser 2017 & 2016 Crossfit Games Champion | UVM Mechanical Engineering | @Nike | @Redlinegr | @RogueFitness |@Killcliff|@Nfsports_|@PaleoNaturals|@compexusa youtu.be/97hgI9zS-G8 Comment down if you like to see more videos with professional crossfit athletes. If you have any suggestions or you want to see a compilation with your favourite athlete PM me or leave a comment down. I don't own any of this footage so if someone have some problem with that, just PM me and I will remove it. Big part of the footage in this video was taken from the original Crossfit channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CrossFitHQ. So you can go and Subscribe for their channel.
Views: 78196 Venag Fit
CrossFit Games Regionals 2012 - Qualified Athletes: North East Men
 
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Games Qualifying Men: Austin Malleolo, Daniel Tyminski and Spencer Hendel
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CrossFit - The 50s Club
 
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At CrossFit Generation, there's a notable age gap in the membership: there are those in their 50s and those at least 20 years younger. "To me, personally, the 50-plus community really doesn't mean anything because age, to me, is nothing," says Jocelyn Weidner, who co-owns the Pennsylvania affiliate with her husband, Barry. "Everyone is an athlete here." Joe Geiner is among them. "I smoked for 30 years," the 53-year-old says. "I quit about five years ago, (lay) on the coach for four years and the wife says, 'You gotta get up and do something.'" He chose CrossFit Generation, where his children trained for swimming. There, Geiner lost 40 lb. and improved his deadlift from 125 lb. to 350 lb. "The results are unbelievable," he says. For 51-year-old Bernadette Clune, CrossFit lets her work out alongside her 18-year-old and 25-year-old children. "I just absolutely love that I can train like a competitive athlete and I'm not a competitive athlete," she says. "So I continue to just train for the things I'm doing every day." Video by Mike Donofrio.
Views: 292563 CrossFit®
FRASER VS BRIDGES - GO CROSSFIT MOTIVATION 2018
 
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If you like this video, please subscribe&share. More videos are coming soon. I upload a new video every day. Follow us on Facebook and watch exclusive motivational videos: https://www.facebook.com/venagfit/ Mathew "Mat" Fraser (born 1990) is an American professional CrossFit athlete known for winning the 2016 and 2017 CrossFit Games and taking second place at the 2014 and 2015 CrossFit Games. After a strong performance in 2014, and the retirement of 4-time defending champion Rich Froning Jr., he was a favorite to win in 2015, but was edged out in the final event by Ben Smith. The following year, Fraser took first place by a commanding margin, and Smith took second. Mathew Fraser earned the title of Fittest Man on Earth at the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games. The victory was three years in the making, after he took back-to-back second-place finishes in 2014 and 2015. In 2014, Fraser’s debut Games appearance, he earned the Rookie of the Year award for his efforts. Known for his hatred of second place, Fraser was unsatisfied with his consecutive silver finishes, and though he won the worldwide Open in 2015 and swept his region (EAST) with a dominate performance in 2016, it wasn’t until he stood atop the podium at the Games in 2016 that he showed signs of celebration. A former U.S. Olympic Weightlifting team hopeful, with a return from major back surgery in 2011, retired from his weightlifting career and has been a CrossFit athlete since 2012. If there’s a new gold standard in Men’s CrossFit, it’s name is Mathew Fraser. After two consecutive runner-up finishes in 2014 and 2015, the 5’6” Vermont native finally staked his rightful claim as the “Fittest Man on Earth” in 2016, winning the men’s individual competition by the largest margin in Reebok CrossFit Games history. A year later, he silenced any remaining doubters by defending his crown and breaking his own record--outpacing his closest competitor by a whopping 216 points. Fraser, a former Junior National Weightlifting Champion, has excelled to the top ranks of CrossFit just four years after first picking up the sport. Named “Rookie of the Year” at his debut Games in 2014, he grabbed bigger headlines for earning a podium spot right between legends Rich Froning and Jason Khalipa. Along with his back-to-back titles at the Games, Fraser has also collected four consecutive 1st place finishes at the Northeast/East Regional,, and he’ll be the odds-on favorite to win everything again in 2018. Known for his Hulk-like victory scream, Josh Bridges is a four-time CrossFit Games veteran and a CrossFit athlete since 2005. A former collegiate wrestler and U.S. Navy Seal, Bridges has won three of the five regional competitions he’s competed in and finished on or near the podium in three out of his four Games appearances, with a career best finish of second in 2011. Though Bridges devastated fans when he failed to qualify for the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games, he made his comeback in 2016 after retiring from the military, taking a 13th-place finish as the oldest—and at five-foot-five, shortest—individual male at the Games that year. He was 33. He’s played the role of the underdog and the comeback kid, but with three Top 10 CrossFit Games finishes to his credit, Josh Bridges is better described simply as one of the world’s top pound-for-pound athletes. You can follow these athletes at Instagram: Mat Fraser - https://www.instagram.com/mathewfras Josh Bridges - https://www.instagram.com/bridgesj3 Music: https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeat... Clarx - H.A.Y [NCS Release] -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj9KRKSvdbk Comment down if you like to see more videos with professional crossfit athletes. If you have any suggestions or you want to see a compilation with your favourite athlete PM me or leave a comment down. I don't own any of this footage so if someone have some problem with that, just PM me and I will remove it. Big part of the footage in this video was taken from the original Crossfit channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CrossFitHQ. So you can go and Subscribe for their channel.
Views: 20046 Venag Fit
Couplet: Men - 2009 CrossFit Games
 
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This is the fifth installment of the Complete 2009 CrossFit Games videos. Here is complete coverage of the Couplet Event. After four events, ten more athletes were eliminated. The 54 remaining competitors had one last chance to become one of the “Sweet 16” to compete on Sunday. The Couplet was an extraordinary test: 3 Rounds for time of: 30 Wallballs (20lb MB to a 10.5' target) 30 Squat snatches (75lbs, movement initiates with barbell below the knees) 20min time limit. The top time of the day came from the 2008 champ Jason Khalipa, who used a power-snatch/overhead-squat combo to finish in 11:18. Thirteen athletes were unable to complete the workout before the 20min cap timed out. There is also footage of Dave Castro’s briefing of the WODs for the coming day's challenge, plus interviews with: Jeff Tincher, Jason Khalipa, Josh Everett, Chris Spealler, Mikko Salo, Tommy Hackenbruck, Moe Kelsey, Jeremy Thiel, Matt Chan. The CrossFit Games -- (http://games.crossfit.com) The CrossFit Games® - The Sport of Fitness™ The Fittest On Earth™
Views: 19949 CrossFit®
The CrossFit Games - Masters 50-60+ Bar Fight
 
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For full event details and descriptions click here: https://games.crossfit.com/workouts/games/2017 The CrossFit Games -- (http://games.crossfit.com) The CrossFit Games® - The Sport of Fitness™ The Fittest On Earth™
Views: 33829 CrossFit®
CrossFit Games Regionals 2012 - Qualified Athletes: Australia Men
 
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Games Qualifying Men: Chad Mackay, Rob Forte and Brandon Swan
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CrossFit - 2013 Masters Final: Men 45-49
 
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The CrossFit Games -- (http://games.crossfit.com)
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24 hours with 4X CrossFit Champion Rich Froning
 
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How does a 4X CrossFit champion train? Men’s Health and BUILT WITH CHOCOLATE MILK spent 24 hours with Rich Froning to get an exclusive look at the real work he puts in day-in and day-out. For Rich, it includes high-protein meals, lots of sweat, play time with his daughter and proper recovery with chocolate milk. Learn more at www.builtwithchocolatemilk.com. Check out Men's Health to see more https://www.menshealth.com/fitness/24-hours-with-rich-froning.
Brooke Ence’s Nutrition Strategies
 
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Learn More: https://www.workingagainstgravity.com/how-does-wag-work Brooke Ence is a former professional dancer turned elite CrossFit athlete with a lean physique and a mindset tailored for success. As Brooke’s one-on-one nutrition coach, Adee has witnessed first hand the dedication Brooke puts into remaining lean year round. Watch to learn the strategies she implements to hit her goals daily. If you can’t get enough of Brooke Ence, you’ll love our exclusive Q&A with her on her journey with CrossFit so far: https://www.workingagainstgravity.com/interview-with-crossfit-games-athlete-brooke-ence
SPARTANS WORKOUT - CROSSFIT MOTIVATION 2017
 
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If you like this video, please subscribe&share. More videos are coming soon. I upload a new video every day. Follow us on Facebook and watch exclusive motivational videos: https://www.facebook.com/venagfit/ CrossFit is a branded fitness regimen created by Greg Glassman and is a registered trademark of CrossFit, Inc. Which was founded by Greg Glassman and Lauren Jenai in 2000. Promoted as both a physical exercise philosophy and also as a competitive fitness sport, CrossFit workouts incorporate elements from high-intensity interval training, Olympic weightlifting, plyometrics, powerlifting, gymnastics, girevoy sport, calisthenics, strongman, and other exercises. It is practiced by members of over 13,000 affiliated gyms, roughly half of which are located in the United States, and by individuals who complete daily workouts (otherwise known as "WODs" or "workouts of the day"). CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program consisting mainly of a mix of aerobic exercise, calisthenics (body weight exercises), and Olympic weightlifting. CrossFit, Inc. describes its strength and conditioning program as "constantly varied functional movements executed at high intensity across broad time and modal domains," with the stated goal of improving fitness, which it defines as "work capacity across broad time and modal domains." Hour-long classes at affiliated gyms, or "boxes", typically include a warm-up, a skill development segment, the high-intensity "workout of the day" (or WOD), and a period of individual or group stretching. Some gyms also often have a strength focused movement prior to the WOD. Performance on each WOD is often scored and/or ranked to encourage competition and to track individual progress. Some affiliates offer additional classes, such as Olympic weightlifting, which are not centered around a WOD. CrossFit is constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity. All CrossFit workouts are based on functional movements, and these movements reflect the best aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, running, rowing and more. These are the core movements of life. They move the largest loads the longest distances, so they are ideal for maximizing the amount of work done in the shortest time. Intensity is essential for results and is measurable as work divided by time—or power. The more work you do in less time, or the higher the power output, the more intense the effort. By employing a constantly varied approach to training, functional movements and intensity lead to dramatic gains in fitness. The community that spontaneously arises when people do these workouts together is a key component of why CrossFit is so effective, and it gave birth to a global network of CrossFit affiliates that number over 13,000. Harnessing the natural camaraderie, competition and fun of sport or game yields an intensity that cannot be matched by other means. The CrossFit program is driven by data. Using whiteboards as scoreboards, keeping accurate scores and records, running a clock, and precisely defining the rules and standards for performance, we not only motivate unprecedented output but derive both relative and absolute metrics at every workout. This data has important value well beyond motivation. Overall, the aim of CrossFit is to forge a broad, general and inclusive fitness supported by measurable, observable and repeatable results. The program prepares trainees for any physical contingency—not only for the unknown but for the unknowable, too. While CrossFit challenges the world's fittest, the program is designed for universal scalability, making it the perfect application for any committed individual, regardless of experience. Comment down if you like to see more videos with professional crossfit athletes. If you have any suggestions or you want to see a compilation with your favourite athlete PM me or leave a comment down. I don't own any of this footage so if someone have some problem with that, just PM me and I will remove it. Big part of the footage in this video was taken from the original Crossfit channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CrossFitHQ. So you can go and Subscribe for their channel.
Views: 255519 Venag Fit
Crossfit Games Athlete Garage Gym | Bridging the Gap Ep.010
 
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Interested in what my garage gym looks like? Check out my full garage gym set up in today's episode of Bridging the Gap. Bridging the Gap dropping weekly! I'll be dropping quick tips and tricks that I use to further my life and training. The goal of this series is to give you easy steps to implement in your own life. Let me know what you want to see down in the comments! Make sure to like the video if you enjoyed it and pound that subscribe button to stay up to date with weekly content. Don't forget to #paytheman Connect with me on Social Media Instagram | @bridgesj3 Filmed and Edited by Nick Loera Instagram | @rove.media Music pulled from Epidemic Sound //Rainbow - Raw
Views: 68230 Josh Bridges
2010 CrossFit Games - Men's Event 4 "Sandbag Move" Final Heat
 
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The sandbag sprint in Aromas was brutal, and the 2010 CrossFit Games found competitors moving bags vertically again. This time, they were moving 600/370 lb. of sandbags down a set of stairs, over a wall, into a wheelbarrow, across the stadium, over the wall and up the stairs. If CrossFit is about being able to do work, this event proved it. While some of the smaller competitors struggled to get the weight over the wall, most competitors managed the task. A few dumped wheelbarrows sabotaged athletes, but most were able to move the weight with little difficulty, though some competitors took several trips across. Heather Keenan Bergeron had the top time after Heat 3: 8:55. "I followed the plan. We had a little plan worked out... We wanted to make as few trips as possible. I wanted to get it all over in one carry, so I just went slow. I didn't run at all. Then it was just get as many as you can up in as few trips as possible." She also dumped her wheelbarrow at the end of her trip across the arena and believes it saved her a lot of unloading time. In the final heat, Annie Thorisdottir smiled her way across the arena with a full wheelbarrow and a good lead. One of the taller athletes, the Icelander had no trouble getting the weight over the barrier. Kristan Clever had a disaster with the wheelbarrow and, despite her strength, is shorter and took more time at the wall. Thorisdottir didn't stop smiling as she raced up the stairs two at a time, and she was rewarded for her good spirits with the top time: a hot 8:04, 34 seconds than her closest competitor, Christy Phillips (8:38). Rebecca Voigt was third in 8:59. Clever finished in 20th place (11:20), opening the door for Thorisdottir to jump atop the overall standings by three points. Blair Morrison raced Moe Kelsey in the first men's heat in an event that was up Morrison's alley after he spent a year training with odd objects in strange places in Europe. "I guess a little bit," he said when asked if his hardcore training helped him. "Not enough, though. I couldn't beat Moe. He was stronger. He carried more bags up." Kelsey, a firefighter, is used to carrying loads up and down stairs, and he set the best early time: 7:37. Tommy Hackenbruck, a former construction worker, also used his work experience to crush the workout. He bested Kelsey's time with 6:57 and was the first one under 7 minutes. That time stood through Heat 3, withstanding a charge from Patrick Burke. Burke, who served in the Marines, said the workout was harder because of where it fell in the schedule. "It's just the end of the day," he said. "Muscles are sore. You don't want to warm up. It's that whole mental thing." The final heat found Rich Froning Jr. out to a large lead, with Mikko Salo in hot pursuit. Behind them, Matt Chan had two spills with the wheelbarrow. "I thought I had it stacked right both times! Fucking motherfucker!" Chan exclaimed on the steps after the event. Brandon Phillips also had two dumps and a broken wheelbarrow but persevered to finish the workout in one of the great moments of the Games. Froning maintained his lead and took second overall with 7:14, then took a seat in Row S for a moment before heading down to encourage Phillips. Salo was third in 7:24. Current results after four events: Top 5 Men 1. Rich Froning Jr. (25) 2. Graham Holmberg (34) 3. Matt Chan (45) 4. Mikko Salo (48) 5. Patrick Burke (58) Top 5 Women 1. Annie Thorisdottir (23) 2. Kristan Clever (26) 3. Christy Phillips (36) 4. Julie Foucher (38) 5. Valerie MacKenzie Voboril (41)
Views: 63126 CrossFit®
CrossFit Games Regionals 2012 - Qualified Athletes: North Central Men
 
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Games Qualifying Men: Kyle Kasperbauer, Phillip Kniep and Justin Allen
Views: 1451 CrossFit®
Crossfit Games 2012 - Chipper MEN heat 1 - Best of Crossfit
 
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Crossfit Games 2012 - Chipper MEN heat 1 - Best of Crossfit For more exclusive videos, please check; http://www.bestofcrossfit.com/ Watch the chipper event at the 2012 Reebok Crossfit Games and see these male athletes compete for that 1st place! Which Crossfit athlete will win this challenge? Find out in this video! For more exclusive Crossfit videos check; http://www.bestofcrossfit.com/
Views: 581 Best Of Crossfit
Crossfit Athletes WOD weight vest for Women-Men,POWER,SPEED video
 
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Crossfit athletes Ultimate WOD all Sports Training. Build greater Power Speed,Endurance FASTER than you possibly can without it. Fast weight loss workouts and exercise for women, men with Speed Builder athletic training vest. Football, Track and Field,Soccer. Conventional weight vest are no match for results attained with a speed builder. YOU WEAR it full time.
Views: 2919 BodybySpeedBuilder
CrossFit Games Regionals 2012 - Qualified Athletes: North West Men
 
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Games Qualifying Men: Yurii Hanson, Kevin Simons and Austin Stack
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Crossfit Games and STEROIDS - Is Everyone Cheating? Ricky DISQUALIFIED!
 
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This year's Crossfit season saw some amazing feats of fitness. It also saw the World's 3rd fittest man get his title stripped, publicly outted and his name sullied. Ricky Gerard took Performance enhancing drugs and tested postiive of SARM (Selective Androgen Receptive Molecule). As a result he gave up his $76,000 purse and podium spot to Canada's Patrick Vellner, who celebrates his second year straight a top the podium. We talk about our thoughts on the prevalence of PED's in Crossfit and the possible direction it is headed. _________________________________________ Follow us on iTunes and IG @thefulldepth _________________________________________ Brought to you by Sweat Fitness and Performance Sponsored by VersaLifts http://www.vlifts.com ENTER PROMO CODE - FULLDEPTH for 10% off your order!
Views: 82040 The Full Depth Podcast

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