Episode 107 - Facebook LIVE Q&A

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In this episode, Gary & Jonathan take your questions during a Facebook Live Q&A session:

  1. The best way to create a rebuttal for people who tell you you're going to get hurt doing CrossFit.
  2. Discuss some accessory moves you can use to better your Olympic lifts (Snatch, Clean & Jerk).
  3. How to incorporate running into a CrossFit training regimen.
  4. Should I train when tired from a rough week of training?
  5. A quick overview of nutrition, including food logging, experimenting with removal/addition of foods, and macronutrient ratios.

WARNING: The two of them have their own special way of getting this information across. It isn't for young ears. We'll try our best to keep it clean!

If you want your question answered on our show, e-mail us at coachg@crossfitpredators.com

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