The 2015 CrossFit Invitational
In case you missed the highlights of (spoiler alert) Team USA’s win in the 2015 CrossFit Invitational, you can still watch all the action as Froning and company take on teams from Canada, Europe and the Pacific in Madrid, Spain.
CrossFit in Russia: The Level 1 Certificate Course
CrossFit Level 1 Certificate Courses are rapidly expanding to match the growing international interest in the sport of fitness. One of those countries is Russia where, in 2014, CrossFit offered a L1 Certificate Course at CrossFit Geraklion in Moscow for the first time. Since then more and more courses have been offered in Russia. Watch as one group of potential CrossFit trainers are put through their paces (all with the help of a Russian translator), and the Level 4 seminar staff explain their experiences teaching CrossFit in a new country.
This documentary from Rogue centers on the strongmen of the Basque region in Northern Spain, whose sport originates from the daily tasks they had to perform in order to survive and build a life for their families and communities.
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Charis Chan (53) – 86kg Snatch Senior American Record
Watch Chan—a CrossFit coach (she finished 7th at the 2015 California Regional and NPGL athlete (Miami Surge)—break a Senior American weightlifting record at the American Open championships.
Katrin Davidsdottir – From breakdown to beatdown
2015’s Fittest Woman missed out on competing at the 2014 CrossFit Games after being mentally broken by a workout in that year’s Regionals which featured rope climbs. In this video (shot before the CrossFit Invitational took place), Davidsdottir talks about that experience and how her training shifted in advance of her victorious 2015 Games campaign.