Sevan Matossian (00:00):
See, this will work. Whoa,
Sevan Matossian (00:02):
Just drama. Oh yeah. Oh yeah. Oh yeah. Oh yeah. Getting crazy, getting crazy. What were you gonna say about that guy? Pushing the sled behind you?
Oh, he’s got three Emmys, boomer, boomer, Allred. So he works for, he shoots for ESPN, like 30 for thirties. And he is doing the documentary on LeBron James. He’s a member of our game, long time member.
Sevan Matossian (00:21):
Oh, cool. Yeah, he’s a good dude. I’d love to have him on. And are they gonna talk about, uh, what a racist LeBron is? Uh, race sexist. A Photocracy how he sells poisoned to little black kids with one hand, but waves BLN sign BLM signs with the other hand.
I’m sure. He’d love to come on and talk about that.
Sevan Matossian (00:40):
Sevan Matossian (00:42):
Uh, excuse me. Uh, Mr. LeBron chronic disease is the biggest problem in the world. And yet you sell, um, Sprite to, uh, little, uh, melanated kids. Oh, but, but I love the equality. You sell it to little white kids too. You’re really cool, Susan. Good morning.
Sevan Matossian (00:59):
Hey, good morning.
Sevan Matossian (01:00):
Good to see you. Uh, ladies and gentlemen, this show is not for everybody. This show is just for people who can handle the truth. I know that sounds so self-righteous and pretentious. I know, but, but it it’s the premise of the show. It’s the premise of the show. Give ’em a break Seon. No, you don’t get a break. Hey. Oh my goodness. That’s the outside of the, uh, how do we make him big? How do we make him big bam. No, bam. There we go. Oh, we had it. Oh, I think, uh, it’s me and someone else trying to do it at the same time. There we go. <laugh>
Sevan Matossian (01:37):
You wanna check out this line first?
Sevan Matossian (01:39):
Okay. So that is the entrance to the CrossFit games day one. Is that right? SU
Sevan Matossian (01:45):
That’s right. This is the, uh, ticket back check and everybody getting in right now.
Sevan Matossian (01:51):
Um, why are the lines, um, so long is the security that tight or just it hasn’t opened and these are people lined up early.
Sevan Matossian (01:57):
Yeah. Second one. Hasn’t opened this triple lined up early.
Sevan Matossian (02:00):
Could you shake the camera more? I want to see if Taylor has this, uh, seizure.
Sevan Matossian (02:04):
Oh shit. Sorry. <laugh>
That’s okay. Shake
Sevan Matossian (02:08):
The camera. What do you have this camera on the end of a slinky?
Sevan Matossian (02:12):
It’s on a rubber band.
Sevan Matossian (02:14):
How long do you think it’s gonna take for people to get in? That line is fucking enormous.
Sevan Matossian (02:24):
You can talk to Taylor too. You don’t have to just talk to me,
Susan. Do you know if, do you know if most of the tickets are just like general admission and that’s why people are getting in line early because it’s kind like first come first serve on the seating.
Sevan Matossian (02:37):
No, I just think that they were lined up before they just now started letting him through. So that’s why mobile blind along. It wasn’t even open before.
Sevan Matossian (02:45):
Holy fuck. It’s wrapped around.
Sevan Matossian (02:48):
Yeah. Sorry. I was trying to hold this as steady as I can and I almost,
They’re not doing a good job. Don’t worry.
Sevan Matossian (02:55):
Oh my goodness. SU look at that. Um, look at that line. That’s crazy. Oh my goodness. Uh, Barack Bez, I’d love to give sub on an actual class on nutrition with clinical research, Barack Bez. I’d love to give you a lesson on, um, the on clinical research. How about that? I’ll trade you. We, I can talk to you about the replication crisis and academic science. And you can talk to me about, um, the lies that you study in, uh, academia. How about that buddy? Jackass? I know I read into that, but, but, but I’m okay with it. This is incredible. Um, is it, is it, uh, is it sold out? Do you know SU I know the stadium sold out.
It is sold out. Uh, we had the member that from our gym that was trying to get tickets and he couldn’t find tickets anywhere.
Sevan Matossian (03:44):
Susan, will you give $5,000 to the first person you see wearing a, uh, CEO shirt?
Sevan Matossian (03:49):
Sevan Matossian (03:50):
<laugh> thank you.
Sevan Matossian (03:52):
Sevan Matossian (03:54):
Incredible. Have you been inside already?
Sevan Matossian (03:57):
No, no, no, no. The traffic to get in and like the Uber situation was about as crazy as this line getting in.
Sevan Matossian (04:05):
Uh, I know, sorry, Graham. I didn’t mean to let you down. Sorry. I know. I know. I know. I know.
Sevan Matossian (04:12):
And it keeps going further and further back.
Sevan Matossian (04:15):
Wow. It’s gonna be exciting. It is going to be exciting. And where is this? How close are you to the starting line? The first event this morning, which starts in, uh, 57 minutes is the bike to work event. How close are you to the starting line?
Sevan Matossian (04:29):
Um, it would just be in between there. So wrap back around to where I first came from and through those gates and then, uh, to the left. So I don’t know, a hundred meters away.
Sevan Matossian (04:40):
Okay. So it’s inside the venue. So this biking that they’re doing is, uh, around this massive venue.
Sevan Matossian (04:47):
Yeah. I think it might even trail through that RV part. Cuz if you guys have some of the photos of Boz and stuff, like where it goes from gravel to cement or gravel asphalt, that’s where kind of the RV park entrance in the, um, in the stadium kind of com meet right there. So I, I wonder if it’s around even the RV part, cuz that’s the only, that’s the biggest loop I could think of inside the event, unless they’re going outside of the event all the way to my left on the far side,
Sevan Matossian (05:16):
All I, I, this, this is the first time that I, that like a little tiny bit of me wants to be there. Mm-hmm <affirmative> how cool it’s
Sevan Matossian (05:24):
It’s crazy. Like I like compared to yesterday there was absolutely like nobody here. This was basically empty and pulling up this morning. I was shocked.
Sevan Matossian (05:35):
Uh, do you have to wait in that line with the media pass?
Sevan Matossian (05:37):
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Sevan Matossian (05:40):
Yeah. Yeah. That’s why I decided to give a little show of this line, cuz it was just so nuts that I figured everybody would want to kind of see it as they came.
Wow. That’s unreal.
Sevan Matossian (05:49):
Yeah. And it keeps going all the way back and vents around that corner.
Sevan Matossian (05:54):
All right. Cool. Go. Don’t cut someone in line Susan and see if they yell at you or they recognize you.
Sevan Matossian (06:01):
<laugh> Susan. Um, I I’m gonna, I’m gonna, uh, log you off. I’m gonna pull, pull your camera off. Well, I I’ll just keep you small for a second. I’m just gonna mute you for a second. And uh, and I wanna, I’m gonna pull up a comment that I wanna share and
Sevan Matossian (06:12):
I wanna tell, yeah, I’m gonna go get around to the inside of the venue. Okay.
Sevan Matossian (06:15):
Sevan Matossian (06:15):
Camera will be shaky so you can drop me backstage if you like.
Okay. Here we go.
Sevan Matossian (06:20):
Okay. Okay. Here we go. Here we go. Let’s see if this is it. Okay. So yesterday I did a show. I went off a little bit on, uh, on one of the guys who’s in the space. Uh, who’ve logged called uh, uh, Craig Richie. And I just went off on his content and I just wanted to share with you guys something. Um, this is a museum quality specimen comment of someone who’s trapped in their head. This is what it looks like when you’re trapped in your head. And uh, and I’ll help you define anyone. What it means to be trapped in your head, trapped in your head is someone says something to you. You respond to it in your head, you have a reaction to it. And then instead of responding to what they said, you respond to your reaction and you don’t even know you’re doing it. And so now you’re stuck talking to yourself and the person is trying to figure out what’s going on. And most people will still engage you. They won’t even realize that you’re doing that. It’s a huge problem with couples. I see men and women doing it all the time. It’s bizarre. But um, people get stuck down that rabbit hole all the time. But, but here we go. Uh, a reason why people enjoy Craig Ritchie’s video is that unlike Uson he is happy positive person. And he takes you with, with him into his adventures.
Sevan Matossian (07:29):
I made it big.
Sevan Matossian (07:33):
Oh, you’re a good dude. Uh, can you scroll down a little bit? I wanna see your name. She’s a so, um, my first concern is that you’re an OCR racer, but, but whatever. <laugh> a reason why people enjoy Craig Richie’s videos is unlike yous. He is happy positive person and he takes you with him on his adventures. I’m so fucking happy and positive. Um, and I would argue that Craig Richie, um, I don’t think, well, you know, his wife got some fake titties, right? I don’t think that that’s necessarily the first step you embark on if, uh, you’re a happy, positive person. So, but, but, but, but maybe you have things that you think that I do that make it. So I’m not unhappy and positive. You brought this up Anna, by the way. No doubt. British airways had comped him with a first class ticket with promo was expected. So this is the first, this is the second sign that you’re trapped in your head. You think that I was being critical of him flying in first class because you are critical of him flying in first class. So then you justify it as that. He was comped. When, let me tell you something, I wouldn’t fucking fly to my fucking mom’s house unless it was on a private fucking jet. I’m stoked for him that he went first class. But you read into that
Sevan Matossian (08:42):
And then thought it was me. That was not me. That was you. My dear. That was you. My dear, my criticism is that we spent three minutes in first class looking at his seat. I love flying first class. I fully support everyone who flies in first class, poor Taylor port poor. Taylor’s never even been in first class. Taylor, have you ever been in first class?
Once? I was like eight and it was me flying by myself as a child. So my parents
Sevan Matossian (09:03):
Pay <laugh> you pee on, further on from about 15 minutes. There’s a lot of content from the athlete check in. That was enjoyable. Okay, cool. So you made it 15 minutes. So now you agree with me that the first 15 minutes was complete nonsense, watching his dog, watching him fluff his pillows in first class, watching like him check into his house. Like, so I, I I’m sorry. I mean, um, but it, that doesn’t stimulate me, but I’m okay with it stimulating someone like you. And I think I said that, I think I said I’m, I’m okay with him stimulating the retards people. I’m fine with it. I appreciate your show for the analysis and great interviewing. But the bitterness is not, it’s not bitter. It’s a, it’s a standup bit. Why? I wonder why you think it’s bitter? Hmm, Hmm. I mean poor Freea moose Berger, dude. Freea Freea moose. Berger went on a podcast and called me fucking misogynistic. It’s the exact opposite of what I am
Damn. I picked her too. She’s in my fantasy.
Sevan Matossian (10:02):
She’s a good dude. She’s she’s, she’s a good dude. Uh, she hates women and I celebrate women. And when you hate women and you see someone who celebrates women for them being women, you project that hatred onto them. That’s all that is. I spent my entire career glorifying, uh, females. I, I would love to see either you or free of moose, Berger, ger say to my mom or my wife or my sister that I fucking am a misogynist. And you know why you use that word? Because you can’t say what I did, cuz you’re a lying misleading, vicious, mean bitter. What’s this other word to use? DRIs derision, derisive. I dunno if that’s the word person.
Sevan Matossian (10:45):
And so you use words like that instead of giving examples of why I have misogynistic tendencies and I could go on and on, but you’re trapped in your fucking head and you were, and, and this is a perfect museum quality specimen, by the way, the banana is not a tree. Nice garden though. Oh, it’s not. Okay. Thank you. I appreciate that. That’s what you should have told me. That’s the kind of detail I needed when you called me misogynistic, be like, Hey Sev, I hate it. When the fact that you point out how amazing Amanda Barnhart’s body is, I think that’s misogynistic and then we can start talking and I can be like, actually I do that to men too. It has nothing to do. I think you’re bringing this, the sex part into it. And that’s the part that’s triggering you because you hate women’s bodies.
Sevan Matossian (11:30):
And this is the problem. This is the problem with people. They just say shit like this. You you’ve said nothing. You’re you say I’m in an echo chamber. I might be in an echo changer by, by surrounding myself with my friends who agree with me, but you’re in an echo chamber cuz you’re trapped in your fucking head, Anna. Okay. And thank you for the content, Anna. That’s all that is. That’s just nothing but content. I appreciate it. But I do think it’s more stimulating and more enlightening than watching Craig Richie fluff his pillows in first class for three minutes, but I love first class and I’m happy for him and I hope it wasn’t comped. I hope he paid for it. I’ve flown in that first class a thousand times and I deserve it. I deserve my own fucking plane. Okay. I love you guys.
Sevan Matossian (12:14):
Where were we? Uh, Jean Clark, just dropping in to say coverage. You’ve provided this year’s games is already next level. It’s hard to keep on top of everything and run a business and family cannot wait for this week. Um, I thank you, dude. It’s kind of weird. I, um, I understand the total obsessive compulsiveness to wanna catch every, uh, show. And sometimes I feel bad putting out so many shows, but um, every show’s gonna be so packed. We’re gonna have Jr and Taylor here the whole time we got, uh, um, Suza on the ground. It’s going to be, uh, it’s gonna be it. It’s gonna be an amazing, uh, week and we’re gonna have access to tons of people. We were super duper lucky, uh, yesterday to, to have, uh, Adrian Bosman, the programer of the games and a guy who’s been around CrossFit as long as me, uh, come on the show for five minutes. Um, so it’s gonna be, uh, really cool. Okay. Uh, do you wanna add anything here, Taylor, about, do you wanna say anything to Anna <laugh> I’m good. Uh, we are about to have Tyler Watkins on the, um, owner of, uh, and creator of the Tyler Watkins fantasy fitness league. That is not what he calls the calls. It, he has a, um, a name for it,
Launch chair, leader, boarding,
Sevan Matossian (13:27):
Launch chair, leader boarding. But I just love this guy’s name so much that I want him to change the name of the app to be his name, the Tyler Watkins fantasy fitness league.
Do you think that released by CrossFit on Facebook? Their shitty version was a coincidence the day after we announced it on the
Sevan Matossian (13:42):
Podcast. I didn’t see they have a, I didn’t even see that.
Oh, it’s it was almost comical. The it’s through the Facebook app on their Facebook page.
Sevan Matossian (13:51):
And it was the day, I guess they released it the day after we did that show,
Sevan Matossian (13:58):
Uh, uh, as Hiller would say, there are no coincidence. I don’t know. I, I, so I judge, I judge the media over there pretty harshly and, but the only really places I go are YouTube and Instagram. I don’t ever go over to Facebook. But um, so, so I don’t know, uh, SU what are we looking at? That’s that is that one of the main venues?
Sevan Matossian (14:20):
Yeah. So right behind this thing, this is like a VIP sitting and then that’s the, uh, field of play right behind that. And I’ll bring you guys posted that. And it was just confirmed to me that the bike trail is through the campground.
Okay, cool. Hey Susan, did you find out SU if the shuttle run is sideline to sideline on the field 50 yards?
Sevan Matossian (14:41):
I do not know, but we’ll head over there and check it out right now.
Yeah. Let’s see where the dirt box are set up. See
Sevan Matossian (14:46):
If we could, yeah. See if we can see it set up. If you see this, it talks about watching the weather bulletin and stuff like that. Boz talked about that last night a little bit, so they may not have it totally set up yet, but let’s go see what we can see.
Sevan Matossian (14:59):
Hey, do you see any, anything that shows signs that, oh, shit, this thing’s, we’re never gonna make it. Like, do you see a cloud far away? That’s like dropping bolts,
Sevan Matossian (15:07):
Sevan Matossian (15:12):
Hey, has the pressure dropped there? Like, you know, right before, like about 15 minutes before it rains, it starts to get really windy. Have you felt that yet?
Sevan Matossian (15:19):
It just, as you said that I felt the wind come in
Sevan Matossian (15:21):
<laugh> you can
Sevan Matossian (15:23):
See, you can see the flies kind of move it and stuff like that too. A little bit. So
That rain it’s not coming in, we’re gonna make it.
Sevan Matossian (15:30):
I love that as a kid. Hey, um, I, I, uh, he, he said he talked about the rain and about doing jerks. Oh, okay. I guess doing jerks on a wet service is dangerous issue, right? Yeah.
He said, they’ve got a contingency plan for that. And the bike workout. It would be unfortunate if it came to that. But
Sevan Matossian (15:49):
What would you speculate that the contingency is to jerks and shuttle runs if it’s raining outside? I, well, I, are we making the assumption they would stay outside.
Yeah. Uh, I don’t know. I, I think I’m sure they have a contingency for both. I would think that they would scrap the shuttle and make it just one course, like a 400 meter loop, a 600 meter loop and an 800 meter loop. Okay. So there’s so change direction. Okay. Potentially. Um, and then I have an inkling that they would go from shoulder to overhead to. Yeah. I don’t know. They might even just do it indoors. Um, like how they did last year’s, uh, cleaning jerk run ladder.
Sevan Matossian (16:36):
Yeah. Yeah. Just make the
Shoulder overhead inside in the Coliseum and run jerks, run jerks.
Sevan Matossian (16:42):
Their feet would still be wet though. Their shoes and stuff.
Yeah. But you’re not on tur wet turf. Right? Like wet turf when you’re not wearing cleats is so fucking slippery.
Sevan Matossian (16:50):
Right. And it, we have to assume that they’d wanna keep it as something heavy or else it changes the whole test.
Yeah. I would, I would think they would just simply move the jerks inside. They actually, there’s actually a study, an NFL study of the frequency of ACL injury since fields have been moved from real grass to turf. It’s pretty crazy.
Sevan Matossian (17:07):
Uh, Tommy Rodriguez, a beer for Susa, the dude is getting the work done. Um, can we pull up, uh, this morning’s workout, um, uh, Mr. Beaver and, and take a look at it. Clive McLoughlin from the great land of, of like he looks Irish, right. I know, I know this and he is got pounds, so it’s gotta be the UK or Ireland, my advanced payment for the best games content this week. Let’s go, viewers, show your appreciation for the content. These guys give us here. And now at the start of the week, put your hand in your pocket and say, thanks. Here I am on YouTube every twice a day, put my ass on the line. And that, and honest as I live in an echo chamber. So people like Kirk can throw rocks at me, uh, 75 toes to bars, five mile bike ride, 75 bar, pull up, tell them not to interrupt again. I’ll have to come down there, beat their ass, uh, bike to work for time. Take
Sevan Matossian (18:13):
You <laugh>. You probably can. Its literal right here. <laugh>
Sevan Matossian (18:19):
Uh, bike bike to work is the very first workout of the 2022 CrossFit games. It’s 75 toes to bar five mile bike rides, 75 just to bar pullups five mile bike ride. Uh, why, um, why, why chest a bar? Does that, does that really make a difference?
Uh, it, it for sure makes a difference at higher rep ranges. I think with these athletes, most of these athletes, if you’re doing sets of 10 to 15 and around for time workout, the difference between a pull up and a Chesta bar is it’s, it’s still there, but it’s almost negligible. Um, but 75 in a row is definitely a big difference. A lot of these athletes, most of these athletes, I would venture to say, can do 75 pullups unbroken. Um, you probably cut that in half for who can do 75 chest to bar unbroken.
Sevan Matossian (19:04):
Okay. And, uh, that, I think that that is the first event and that one will, if, if it rains, will we see that one get, um, changed, altered or moved around? Or is that one good to go in the rain?
I think they do that on C2 bikes if it starts to rain.
Sevan Matossian (19:20):
Okay. Uh, can you have the C2 bikes out in the rain?
No, again, I think they would probably have them in a covered pavilion potentially or again, inside in the Coliseum, which would be unfortunate. Um, but that’s kind of the game you play.
Sevan Matossian (19:35):
Uh, Lord Q. Wow. That’s a hell of a name. Thanks question mark. So he gave 20 bucks, he’s saying thanks. But he is not sure, like if he’s really thankful, but, but he, but I’m extremely thankful for the 20 bucks. Thank you, Corey. Pitching in for the thumb to streak this weekend. Yep. Nice. Well done. Uh
Sevan Matossian (19:57):
Sevan Matossian (19:58):
You, you were saying that you think this is gonna be one or lost for the majority of the pack on the chest of bar pullups, uh, in yesterday’s analysis. No,
No, no, no, no. Um, I think the 75 toast of bar and the 75 chest of bar cumulative is probably seven, uh, to eight minutes potentially of the workout, probably closer to seven. Um, but then you have a 10 mile bike ride and that’s probably closer to 20 minutes, um, of the workout. So I, I really do think the workout is for most going to be one and lost on the bike. Um, so you can probably look to people with a lot of biking experiences for those who are gonna do the best on this event. Think maybe Ricky ARD, um, who else, some of the Europeans, a, a number of the Europeans have a lot of biking experience. And it also depends on how kind of twisty and turny the courses, you know, the more, the more, or the higher degree of difficulty, the courses is obviously gonna favor the people who are better on a bike, but you just think of sharp turns or leaning in a bike and people who aren’t used to doing that, especially in gravel, or just get scared. And they back off the pace where someone like Ricky who’s mountain biked a lot is kind of lean into kind of the harder sections on the course.
Sevan Matossian (21:11):
And or if they don’t back off, they crash and lose even more time
You shit. Yeah. Like, yeah.
Sevan Matossian (21:16):
Um, what’s the time cap on that? Do we know?
We don’t? I don’t believe so.
Sevan Matossian (21:22):
John Woods. Thank you, sir. You’re a good dude. 9 99. Appreciate it. Uh, recognize your face from the comments. Is he wearing a bike helmet, maybe a cyclist himself, uh, Mo Molo Molo Molo, please.
Sevan Matossian (21:37):
Welcome. You’re welcome
Question. Wow. 50 minutes.
Sevan Matossian (21:40):
So that is making me believe that the five mile bike course is quite a bit harder than just a simple, like one mile road or five mile road bike, um, through the campground. It’s probably some turn stuff in there.
Sevan Matossian (21:56):
Uh, let me see if, um, oh, that was that. Oh shit. I just, that was, uh, was that Brian Suza?
Sevan Matossian (22:03):
Was that Brian? Yeah, that was, yeah, that was Brian.
Sevan Matossian (22:05):
Well, he’s getting, he just fucked up. He’s gonna get kicked off for that. <laugh> uh, SU have they have, do you know if the writers have test, have, have, uh, ridden a lap of the actual course? They have they get,
Sevan Matossian (22:20):
They have, yeah, I do think they have. I think, uh, those are the photos that I was talking about earlier where Boz was actually leading them around the course on his bike. So I think they all got a chance to possibly even take a full lap on the bike maybe so they could just kind of get to know the train and what they’re dealing with, uh, prior to the event.
Sevan Matossian (22:36):
Okay. And we had Ricky on and he you’re you’re right now, my memory’s coming back. You had Ricky on yesterday and he did say that Adrian took them for a lap and then cut them loose and said, Hey, you can ride as hard as you want.
Sevan Matossian (22:48):
Sevan Matossian (22:49):
And that’s when Jay and Ricky, I think they both put it on everyone and let them know, Hey, we’re winning this
Sevan Matossian (22:55):
Flexed a little bit.
Sevan Matossian (22:56):
Yeah. Um, do you, do you see any signs of the bikes anywhere?
Sevan Matossian (23:00):
I do not. No. I don’t see ’em at all over there. We’re the name plates for the athletes and, uh, it looks like that’s, that’s security kind of debriefing over there. We saw medical and athlete control over on the other side. Um, this is the broadcasting spot right here. Um, so they’re kind of going through some rehearsal and everything else, but no side of the bikes yet.
Sevan Matossian (23:20):
And that section right there that you’re pointing your camera out. That’s where I used to hang out when they, when I, I couldn’t do the behind the scenes anymore. I think that’s the, oh, no, no. Let me see the other side of the field. Sorry.
Sevan Matossian (23:32):
You want me to walk over there
Sevan Matossian (23:33):
Or do you just want me to, no, you can just point the camera over there. Where’s the, where’s the V I P seating. That’s all glassed in and there’s a balcony right there. Oh, that’s it. Oh, looks like it’s gotten a little more ghetto than when I was there. When I was there. It was, there was a glass off section you could be in there just getting your swerve on.
Sevan Matossian (23:48):
And then this is the broadcast. Like, um, can’t really see that. Well, but that’s kinda looks like the background of where they’ll bring the athlete over and interview ’em and then there’s Annie Sacramento talking to, uh, somebody from broadcast as well.
Sevan Matossian (23:59):
And then, and then, and then that building back there with the dome, that is the actual, that’s like where the final event will be on the last day. Right. I mean, other events too, but that’s, that’s the spot where it gets so loud. You can’t even hear, um,
Sevan Matossian (24:11):
From before. Look at the clouds now.
Sevan Matossian (24:15):
Yeah. We had blue sky completely over you. And now it’s 50% blue sky. Michael C. Thank you. Uh, John George, all these people with these like, uh, cool names and like this guy has two first names. John George super sticker, 1999. Thanks dude. Uh, met Taylor at Festivus.
It’s a competition that we run.
Sevan Matossian (24:38):
Um, great guy help be quite the beta, but still a good guy. No, no. <laugh> help beta test SMTP. And I can vouch for the program. It’s great. Especially the track for everyday. CrossFitter a great coverage guys. My little please. Um, you do a lot of track work. Is that what he’s saying in your programming?
No, there’s two tracks of training.
Sevan Matossian (24:57):
Oh, oh, gotcha. Uh, Jodi Lynn, one of our, uh, longtime callers, uh, always around. Thank you. 49, 99. Crazy generous. Uh, you guys are awesome. Thank you. Solid opening. Step on preach. Yeah. Well, I, I know that half the people are gonna be like, shut the fuck up. So I appreciate that, but I just, I just can’t resist. I can’t resist. I love a museum specimen quality trapped in your person.
It will be raining in about 10 minutes. Heidi says that’s crazy. It, the, the workout is so different. If they switch it to a C2 bike on the road, bikes, Ricky and Jay are probably beating every, I don’t know about Jay crouch. I, I just don’t know what kind of a biker he is, but we know what kind of a biker Ricky is and the workout as written and as prescribed. Ricky probably takes the win on that. Um, but on a C2 bike, probably someone like Roman or Jason,
Sevan Matossian (25:55):
Uh, SU can you hear me?
Sevan Matossian (25:57):
Yeah, I can,
Sevan Matossian (25:59):
Uh, I, we need to start a thread. I, for some reason I can’t find Heidi’s phone number. Oh, Mr. Friend. What’s up brother. How are you?
Sevan Matossian (26:09):
How you doing? Great, man. Ready to go?
Sevan Matossian (26:12):
Hey, a ask Brian, if
We can hear
Sevan Matossian (26:15):
You. Yeah, we can hear him.
Sevan Matossian (26:17):
Oh, good. Perfect. What do you wanna ask him?
Sevan Matossian (26:20):
Uh, ask him if the weather’s gonna be a factor and, and, and what the, um, alternate movements are. If there is rain,
Sevan Matossian (26:26):
Is it weather gonna be a factor? And what are the alternate movements that there is rain? I don’t know the alternate. I know there’s a continuency plan and I think it’s gonna rain. You have it. <laugh> um, I think it’s gonna rain. He doesn’t know the contingency plan
Sevan Matossian (26:39):
And ask him, what about the next workout? Does he know the alternate movements for the shuttle runs and jerks?
Sevan Matossian (26:44):
What about shuttle runs and jerks? Any word on the alternate movements that might take place there when it’s raining?
Mattew Souza (26:49):
Oh, oh no. I don’t know any of, I know they have a plan in place for both events, one and two, if it rains, but I dunno any of the backup details.
Sevan Matossian (26:56):
Did you guys get that?
Sevan Matossian (26:57):
Yeah. Okay. Tell Brian, thank you so much. That’s good. Good to know. Thanks, Brian. Good to know that we’re not the only ones who don’t know, um, uh, Suza. Yeah. Uh, at, at the next possible, um, break. When we’re not bugging you, could you, um, start a thread with Heidi will Plumer uh, and Tyler Watkins.
Sevan Matossian (27:18):
Yes, I will.
Sevan Matossian (27:20):
Okay. How close are you to the, um, to the, uh, Gabe’s, uh, booth the coffee booth?
Sevan Matossian (27:27):
Um, pretty close actually. So this building, so that’s the no, like a big noble building. Yeah. And then right next to it is the vendor village inside there. And I do believe he’s inside there. I haven’t seen him yet or the booth yet.
Sevan Matossian (27:39):
Okay. And that noble building is that. So that’s where they do the county fair. That looks like an open air building, like where they’d have livestock.
Sevan Matossian (27:47):
Yeah. That looks about right.
That’s where all the noble volunteers are at.
Sevan Matossian (27:52):
Oh, okay. Okay.
I’m just saying, I don’t know.
Sevan Matossian (27:55):
Oh, so that, so vendor village is, is all indoors. Is there an outdoor vendor village?
Sevan Matossian (28:01):
Not that I’ve seen. No. So I, I do think it’s all indoors. I mean, this is obviously just the food court here that, that we’re looking at, but I, I think everything’s indoors as far as vendors are considered.
What the fuck is this comment? Czar? What is a czar
Sevan Matossian (28:17):
Like a, um, a dictator
Sevan Matossian (28:22):
Uh, admit, uh, Ben, let admission fee 11:25 PM in Sydney. Let’s see how long I last love your work and thanks to all the team putting together. Absolutely. Thanks brother. Nice unicycle. Boz will run for brownies 4 49 of some European money. You’re a good dude. You’re a good dude. Um, uh, Jared Doig. Oh, oh, thanks Deb. On team five house points for guessing the currency it’s in, uh, he’s on the beach. I’m gonna say, uh, like CRE or something or, or Greece or, um, some, some Medi Mediterranean country, anyone know,
South African hand jobs. 350.
Sevan Matossian (29:07):
<laugh> you’re going South Africa. You think that’s uh, it’s
In the comments.
Sevan Matossian (29:11):
Oh, oh. Is that what it is? It’s south African,
South African Rand.
Sevan Matossian (29:15):
Here we go. Mr. Watkins morning. What’s up brother. How we see you? Um, do you have login Caleb for the, uh, Lawnchair leader? Boarding who
Log in for lawn share leader boarding. Oh yeah,
Sevan Matossian (29:32):
Not, uh, Mr. Beaver, do you have the login for that? If not, I can share my board
Also. Who you got, Tyler, who? You got events one and two, a two B.
Guest Speaker (29:40):
I felt like my picks were. Okay. So it’s like the scary thing is like, you need to burn some of your, your shitty picks early on. Yeah. And it’s a total Lauren and I were just talking about that. It’s like, okay. Like she knows she can probably do well with Tia, but like, do you want to use Tia up right now? No. You want to use her.
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