Summary: Conversations with the biggest names in CrossFit
28th Fittest Man on Earth John Coltey qualified for his debut CrossFit Games by beating Ben Smith, Alec Smith, Travis Mayer and many others at the Atlantic Regional, and did so without a coach and while holding down a full time job. Now, what's your excuse?
2018 CrossFit Games rookie Michele Fumagalli crashed out of the competition after coming off her bike with just a few feet remaining in event one, breaking her wrist in the process. She sat down with Will Edmonds to discuss that, as well as how she managed to finish fourth at Regionals less than two years after giving birth to her daughter Gwen.
2-time "Fittest Teen on Earth" Angelo Dicicco was on track to become the Fittest Man on Earth. He had an impeccable record of success, a burning desire to reach the top, the best training partners you can imagine and a tried and tested training environment proven to produce champions. But everything changed in an instant when the 18-year-old Dicicco received a diagnosis which effectively ended his Individual Games career.
5-time CrossFit Games athlete Noah Ohlsen talks to Will Edmonds about the ups and downs of his 2018 Games, how he felt about his unfavorable portrayal in 'The Redeemed and the Dominant', and how the changes to the Games season briefly made him consider hanging up his wrist wraps for good.
World renowned Aerobic Capacity coach Chris Hinshaw sits down with Will Edmonds to discuss how CrossFit changed his life. From an late-developing child, picked last on the playground, to the most sought after CrossFit coach in the world, working with Games champions Rich Froning, Mat Fraser, Katrin Davidsdottir and many, many more.
4-times Games athlete Travis Mayer sits down with Will Edmonds to talk about his disappointing finish to the 2018 CrossFit Games season, his interesting relationship with foe-turned-training-partner Noah Ohlsen and his thoughts on the changes to the Games format, including how he feels it could open the door to increased cheating in the Open.
4-times CrossFit Games athlete Brooke Wells sits down with me to discuss the changes to the Games, her much-debated are-they-aren't-they relationship with Alec Smith and what it's like to have fans tattooing themselves with her likeness.