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May 4, 2015

Last Week’s Top Videos From Around the Web

Written by Damect Dominguez

The Proving Ground: Mat Fraser
A brief look into what motivates the 2015 Open winner to succeed, both in CrossFit and his career.

61-year-old Masters athlete Ginny Jager embodies the ‘never say quit’ spirit of CrossFit by finishing event 4 from the Masters qualifiers in 1 hour, 34 minutes. Last year, she couldn’t perform a single handstand.

Paul Tremblay proves that even the elite CrossFitters don’t always have perfect form… 

A video posted by Paul Tremblay (@hosstremblay) on

Andrea Ager demonstrating that learning a new movement can be scary—no matter what level of athlete you are.

A video posted by Andrea Ager (@ager_bomb) on

A delayed entry from Zack Ruhl, an adaptive CrossFitter and Powerlifter showing that you really don’t have any excuses not to work hard.

A video posted by Zack Ruhl (@pitbullruhl) on

Annie Thorisdottir performs the HERO workout DT, circa 2010

Live. Fate Loves the Fearless.
A CrossFit-produced documentary detailing Miranda Oldroyd’s comeback from a life-threatening injury sustained in a car crash in 2012.

About Damect Dominguez

Co-founder of BoxLife Magazine. Author: Training Day: 400+ Workouts to Incorporate in Your Training.

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