Sevan Matossian (00:00):
God, I hope you guys are on meth. Bam. We’re live. No Caleb, no Susa, no young.
Mike Halpin (00:10):
Let’s give you the biggest one.
Sevan Matossian (00:14):
Jared Howell from Crash Crucible CrossFit Crash. Oh my God, there he is. Fuck.
Mike Halpin (00:22):
Crash all around God. Somebody’s got to change.
Sevan Matossian (00:26):
Mike Halpin (00:27):
Take it off. We’re just going to take our shirts off.
Sevan Matossian (00:30):
Hey, I’m really glad the c e o brand is sticking
Speaker 3 (00:35):
Mike Halpin (00:40):
That’s good. That’s good. I thought
JR Howell (00:42):
Tyson was coming on tonight. We get Travis too.
Sevan Matossian (00:45):
Yeah, we have Travis Baen and Tyson Baen, both of them. I wonder if Susana, I’m really sorry. Hey, I Mike can come on in an hour. Hey, I, Mike can come on.
Mike Halpin (01:00):
Sounds like Kelsey Keel kicking his ass.
Sevan Matossian (01:02):
He’s fucking drunk. Hello everyone. Welcome to the Cross the games update Show, the biggest and best show. Speaking of biggest and best shows, we will be talking today about the exclusive interview that Pedro Pedro got. Pedro White got with Shane Orr and Nick Johnson or Nick John Stun.
Mike Halpin (01:29):
I think there’s a T in there.
Sevan Matossian (01:30):
John Stun. Thank you. Mike Halpin. Down in the lower right hand corner with the slow zoom out. That was nice.
Mike Halpin (01:39):
The phone just does that.
Sevan Matossian (01:40):
Oh, it’s artsy. Oh look, now it’s zooming in. That’s your phone doing that
Mike Halpin (01:44):
Follows me around. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (01:49):
Mike Halpin (01:49):
AI shit. Wow,
Sevan Matossian (01:51):
Mike Halpin (01:52):
Now it’s an iPhone. It’s kind of like freaking me out.
Sevan Matossian (01:58):
Oh, I wonder if that’s why your resolution’s a little off because it has to crop the edges to give that effect.
Mike Halpin (02:06):
I see what you mean. This is going to be a great show.
Sevan Matossian (02:10):
Yeah. Caleb Beaver, everyone knows who he is and we’re off to the races. Okay, where’s my notes? What a week? September 22nd. CrossFit Games update show. Here we go. Let’s start with a poll.
Mike Halpin (02:26):
Oh boy. Okay.
Sevan Matossian (02:28):
Who did it better? Right at the top there, right below Pat Barber. I do want to talk about Pat Barber. We’ll talk about Pat Barber a second. Do you have an iPhone 15? How?
Mike Halpin (02:39):
No, not the newest one. No, I have last year’s.
Sevan Matossian (02:42):
I think they shipped today by the way,
Mike Halpin (02:44):
Or no, I’m jealous. Shocker
JR Howell (02:46):
That me and everyone I know with a 13 or a 13 max are having issues uploading to Instagram and all that.
Mike Halpin (02:52):
Sevan Matossian (02:54):
Shocker. You mean like there’s a update? That old ass phone, it’s only all of a sudden seven months old doesn’t work so good
JR Howell (03:03):
Or that there isn’t an update and it’s just them making us buy a new phone.
Sevan Matossian (03:09):
So many people got jammed up on Instagram in the last few days getting the inability to post, inability to comment. It’s very interesting. Very interesting. Okay, are you going to pull that up or should I, Mr. Beaver?
Caleb Beaver (03:22):
I will pull it up.
Sevan Matossian (03:23):
Okay. Thank you. Corey. What’s up? Been a while. Damn. Look at you. I
JR Howell (03:27):
Can’t do this thing where it’s following me around.
Sevan Matossian (03:30):
Oh, okay. Who did it better? Here we go. Forgot this was about me. Farm fit Travis Scott posts. Watch the squats here. Here we go. Seon Matian from the Seon podcast. Daniel Brandon from Brute. Brute from Brute from Matt Torres’s bedroom.
Caleb Beaver (03:54):
Sevan Matossian (03:55):
I mean that’s, that’s how I describe it. Okay, so we’ll have a poll here. We’ll follow closely. Don’t vote with your heart. Vote with your eyes.
JR Howell (04:04):
I think it’s the shorts.
Sevan Matossian (04:06):
If you were
JR Howell (04:07):
In the shorts, it’d be different.
Sevan Matossian (04:08):
Someone sent me a DMM saying that they don’t like the way I’m holding the ball there with the full wrap around under the chin. They’re saying I should hold it lower. I’m perfectly happy with the way I hold it. I like the stimulus I’m getting up there. Any thoughts, anyone?
JR Howell (04:22):
The way you’re holding it is much more difficult and it makes you use your upper back a lot more.
Sevan Matossian (04:27):
Yeah, it felt like it was getting a little bit of a core workout.
JR Howell (04:30):
Sevan Matossian (04:31):
Okay, so one’s not better than the other.
JR Howell (04:36):
To me, it feels more difficult. The higher you hold it, the lower you hold it. I think you’d probably get a little bit more glute work.
Caleb Beaver (04:42):
The other day I did the goblet squats, that GR program for his affiliate and I was as close as possible trying to hold onto it. I wasn’t trying to, it’s like right
JR Howell (04:52):
Under your chin.
Caleb Beaver (04:53):
Yeah, yeah. I wasn’t trying to hold it out in front of me or anything crazy like you were doing and it felt easier for sure, but it would’ve been more difficult if I would’ve done it your way.
Sevan Matossian (05:03):
Not cool to cover Caleb while he is talking. Sarah Cox ca peptides. I’m on all sorts of peptides. I’m all pep up taking him on empty stomachs. I’m doing this shit right now. Stoked. Okay, so we’ll check the poll periodically. Let’s just check it real quick. Now. Who’s winning already? Lemme just see. See.
JR Howell (05:27):
Sevan Matossian (05:28):
Shit. In my own house. You guys are voting against me Dickhead. Pat Barber shot me a text the other day, which I found very interesting and we will circle back on this. I just want to get a quick, the
JR Howell (05:42):
Sevan Matossian (05:48):
Pat Barber is on his YouTube station is he’s, he’s fronting, he’s fronting on CrossFit, but I kind of like it and I only had a chance to watch the first minute of this video, but basically he’s channeling fucking Glassman. Go ahead and play a little bit of this. Check this out, what he’s doing. Check this out. Check this out. Pat.
Speaker 6 (06:09):
Day two in our epic little journey, our CrossFit 2001 CrossFit Odyssey jumping back into the archives. This is Sunday the second? No, Sunday the 11th of February. Yesterday we did Saturday the 10th. So the workout is dumbbell deadlifts. 10
Sevan Matossian (06:31):
Wrap. 2001. Barbara is going back to 2001 and when he talks about this writeup, he says, Greg, Greg, Greg, Greg. He’s like channeling Glassman. Have any of you ever gone back? I’ve never done that. Have any of you ever gone back to 2001 and fooled around? Yes,
JR Howell (06:52):
I fooled around all. How did you
Mike Halpin (06:53):
Get a little antsy and just,
JR Howell (06:54):
I fooled around all the way from the first workout to the most recent one.
Mike Halpin (06:58):
Jr’s done all of them.
Sevan Matossian (06:59):
How have you fooled around? Have you ever gone back and fooled around with any of your past?
Mike Halpin (07:04):
Oh, well that’s a different question. As far as the.com website only sporadically.
Sevan Matossian (07:11):
Hey, what’s crazy is does he have to go to the Wayback machine to get that? Where’s he getting that? Is that on.com? Can you dig into, can you get there through.com?
JR Howell (07:20):
Sevan Matossian (07:21):
You can. Anyway, I’m going to give this video a watch. Pat Barber’s an og. I want to say Pat Barber did as well as second place at the CrossFit Games and I want to say he’s even on Brian Friend’s all time, top 100 best CrossFitters. No one’s going to refute that. Alright, so Pat Barber, any issues with anyone going back? Do workouts, get old Jr you’re like, ah, this is stale, it’s old, don’t bite into it, you’ll get sick.
JR Howell (07:52):
No, it’s really interesting and Taylor’s alluded to it before and showed up and scribble. There was a time where for a full week every workout was like 20 minute am wrap, 400 meter run or a 500 meter row and then Max rep something. So that classic Lin, I think format and it was for a whole week where I don’t know for what reason, but it didn’t seem at all varied and it was the same format for a full week or two straight. I’ll go back and find
Sevan Matossian (08:29):
It. This is going back to 2001 or 2002. You’re saying really
JR Howell (08:32):
Early on? Yeah, really early
Sevan Matossian (08:33):
On, look at you. What I feel like you’re doing is you’re just showing off of how well it, you’re pointing out even some inconsistencies and some obscure programming, but you like the programming, you don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. You think it’s as good back then as it was today.
JR Howell (08:46):
It’s so much different and I think you said early on that was Greg writing all that. Right? That was him even writing the instructions. He would say,
Sevan Matossian (08:54):
Don’t be a
JR Howell (08:55):
Bike hard and fast for five minutes and then do this bike hard and fast for five minutes again and then do that. It wasn’t just bike a distance, it was more descriptive and it was like go as slowly as possible on every single rep. That kind of stuff. Really direct and really focused on not only getting the work done but getting it done a specific way.
Sevan Matossian (09:21):
Do you think that there’s anything that, in what regard do you think Dave and Adrian, who I’m going to presume are the two most influential people in terms of what happens at the CrossFit games, how much do you think they’re influenced by these workouts and how much do you think they still respect these workouts?
JR Howell (09:43):
I think they haven’t forgotten anything like this. I’m sure they would remember workouts like this, but then also too, there you go. That that’s one that sticks out by card, buy card in 15, but it’ll say something like, you use as heavy a weight as you can and then do this equation where you take the amount of time it took you, the reps that you did and the weight that you did and there was so much math involved, heroic effort on the book. It’s a pretty cool,
Sevan Matossian (10:11):
Is that what it said? Yeah,
JR Howell (10:12):
Just up there.
Sevan Matossian (10:13):
Yeah. Wow. Okay. And that sounds like Greg, right? Do a heroic effort on the bike.
JR Howell (10:18):
Sevan Matossian (10:18):
Wow. After warmup, make your first effort a heroic effort on the bike. I guess what I’m saying to you is don’t be surprised if something like this shows up at the games on the last day. This is some last day shit, right? The last three workouts, not this particular workout, but I’m just saying
JR Howell (10:34):
I think there’s a lot of room for them to pay a lot of homage to some of these really early workouts that are famous. Like Hillary did a video on the Are You Fit? And it was all these workouts and I think one of ’em was like touch and go clean jerks. For Gwen, it was like 15, 12 9 of touch and go clean jerks and one was 800 meter runs and L pullups. There were these, I think one is Tabata air squat into Tabata Ring muscle up, these really, really old school workouts. But he wrote a whole article on him in the journal and said, if you take just these four workouts, you could probably claim that you’re the fittest alive with just these workouts. And I think it was last year, one of his big prediction videos was like, I know all the workouts this, that’s what they’re going to do. But I think they could go back and do some stuff like that just to show that it holds up like a 15 rep touch and go 12 rep touch and go nine rep touch and go clean and jerk for a load would be so cool to watch in a competition if it was presented right.
Sevan Matossian (11:38):
Hey, helping, are you seeing anything? Are you hearing anything weird in Jr’s voice? Why isn’t JR just being like, oh yeah, they’re just as good as they were back then as they are today. This shit’s fucking amazing. I’m sensing something tentative. Is he?
Mike Halpin (11:56):
It does seem like there’s a, well, and I haven’t been around as long as J r O has and I definitely haven’t poked around on the.com as much as he has, but it does seem like there’s a 2023 or at least 20 18, 19 last five years where it’s a lot more choose your own adventure when it comes to things. They would just say toes to bar there wouldn’t be listed like, Hey, take the next five seconds to pull your toes all the way up to the bar as slow as possible. And with that, I’ve email@example.com programming and it seems like it’s a lot more pushing people to have to ask a coach, well, what do you want me to do here? What’s best for me? Versus it used to be Glassman saying, no, you’re going to do it exactly like this. You’re going to do a heroic effort on a bike for five minutes. And then dumbbell bench press
Sevan Matossian (12:49):
Also.com has really only had two programmers
The entire.com. It had Greg Glassman and Lauren, and then it had Leaf Edmondson who has since been fired. That’s it. I mean there’s been periodically, maybe a month here, a week here, someone did something here. But really, and to be frank, the longest person who’s been programming.com longer than anyone I would guess is Leaf Edmondson who is known as Puy, who still to this day, if you ask him, Hey, did you do the programming? He’ll say, no. Who is Puy? I mean he says that to me. I’m watching him upload the program and I’m like, Hey dude, you’re doing the programming. He’s like, no, it’s Puy. So either he has a mental disorder or he is really good at keeping a secret. Do you have any issues with that? What do you guys think about what’s going on over there? Shifting from Dave to Adrian? You guys like it as opposed to just one person who’s just on it?
Mike Halpin (13:47):
I think it’s good having a stamp on it, but
Sevan Matossian (13:51):
What do you mean having a stamp on it? Like having these pres program,
Mike Halpin (13:54):
Like it’s saying it Dave’s and saying it’s Adrian’s versus just saying it’s dot com programming and there’s some mystery man or woman in the background.
Sevan Matossian (14:02):
What do you think jr?
JR Howell (14:03):
I think it’s a little cooler if no one knows who it’s,
Mike Halpin (14:07):
JR Howell (14:07):
Alright, but Dave’s come out and made a point that one of his goals is for everything to feel a little bit more cohesive is that the message that they’re passing down from.com, the things they’re doing through cap, how they program the open, it’s clear that the community as a whole is being pushed in a specific direction and that the sport is still a part of the community.
Sevan Matossian (14:29):
Audrey, I love the guest programmer. I would say though that having the guest programmer is not consistent with a wanting more cohesion.
Mike Halpin (14:43):
I’d be interested to know. I’ve been doing a few of ’em. I know Chase has been doing a few of ’em, tracking ’em every day of what their uptick is. I don’t know how they can track that. It’s not like it’s all in sugar water somewhere, but what their uptick is watching, seeing Dave and Adrian promote it versus just, Hey, maybe you’re doing.com or maybe you’re doing crash or maybe you’re doing mayhem or something else.
Sevan Matossian (15:11):
You think you could just draw from crossfit.com programming from the entire archive and make a games champion.
JR Howell (15:20):
Oh yeah, for sure. Just using those workouts. I think so
Sevan Matossian (15:24):
That’s the most committed one a day jr’s given us today. 15 minutes into the show.
Mike Halpin (15:29):
You think one a day Jr. Like just doing the other day. Oh,
JR Howell (15:35):
Sevan Matossian (15:36):
No, I’m not saying way
JR Howell (15:37):
I understood the question was that you could just take library, right? You could take, let’s just say 15 years of programming and just pick specific workouts and make a CrossFit games and say that legit, the fittest on earth just
Mike Halpin (15:51):
From the workouts have been programmed.
Sevan Matossian (15:53):
I could start training my kid from everything that’s been programmed and if he genetically has the gifts, I could just take the programs that have been done on.com, start ’em now and one day he make it to the games is what I’m saying.
JR Howell (16:05):
Okay. I did misunderstand how many workouts a day,
Sevan Matossian (16:09):
Whatever. That’s irrelevant, but what I’m saying. Yeah, I think so. Is the recipe in there?
JR Howell (16:15):
Yeah, I think there’s enough in there. It would be hard to,
Sevan Matossian (16:19):
We know Rich Williams does sit-ups with a hundred pound dumbbell on his chest and we know Matt Fraser does this thing that he spends like this and we know that Tia sleeps with Shane. Those are things that aren’t in the programming. Could someone make it to the games and be a games champ without those things? I’m saying
JR Howell (16:39):
That’s a cool question.
Sevan Matossian (16:42):
Do you need Chris Hinshaw to make it to the games? Do you need Shane to sleep with you every Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7:15 PM Sorry, I’m picking on Shane because I just watched the video with Coffee Pods and wats. Him and T are fresh in my mind. Thank you.
JR Howell (16:59):
I mean, to be that good in the way that the sport has progressed, not having a coach to give you specific things that you need to work on that target your weakness and just hoping that you can find it in that library I think is a big risk.
Mike Halpin (17:14):
I think you’re asking it two ways, right? You’re like saying the library itself is the right workouts to build somebody like that, but it’s the volume that I think JR and I are stumbling on to say, okay, well if you just did the other day, it was just strict press, push, press, push jerk with lsit pull-ups was what Adrian programmed. If that’s all you did on Tuesday, then no, you wouldn’t be building somebody very quickly.
JR Howell (17:47):
Yeah, and I think, I mean you can manufacture the volume, just you can layer it all in based on different workouts. What I think a biter issue would be is, let’s say I have an athlete that’s just not very good at legless rope climbs. When coupled with an interfering grip movement, my chances of going through the library and finding only workouts with double unders and legless rope climbs deadlifts and legless rope climbs, farmers carries and legless rope climbs, hang power cleans and legless rope climbs. There’s only going to be so many of those. So if I’m only allowed to take ’em from the library and I know that they need to work the capacity of that movement specifically with those combinations, that’s going to be difficult to do where I can just give them that on my own. As a coach,
Sevan Matossian (18:33):
We used to be able to search the movements through the entire archive of the work. Oh, you can still do that. God, that shit is cool. Okay, let’s go over to Australia. James Newberry, how crazy is this? Pretty
JR Howell (18:48):
Good at Toaster Bar.
Sevan Matossian (18:49):
Yeah, we were seeing guys fatigue. Now granted it was a couplet or a triplett, but we were seeing guys fatigue with 20 right unbroken toast to bar in the third set, the majority of the athletes. And here we have 90. Mr. Newberry, please jump on the bar please. How good is this 90?
JR Howell (19:16):
I would love to know how many 20, 23 games athletes can beat that.
Sevan Matossian (19:22):
And what would your guess be?
JR Howell (19:26):
I don’t think any more than five. That’s a really niche or niche ability. What he’s demonstrating. And I know a lot of people that are really, really good at Toaster Bar. I know Waap Palooza, someone in the comments will know in the last three or four years, programmed a qualifier that was Max Toes to bar into a two K row into muscle ups or something like that, or a Max Snatch. And the first thing you did was a Max unbroken set of toes to bar. And that would be cool to find that leaderboard and look back and even see if anyone was anywhere close. Now
Sevan Matossian (20:01):
What year was that? Waap Itza?
JR Howell (20:04):
It’s been within the last five years, I believe, but I don’t know. Time
Sevan Matossian (20:07):
Flies. Do you remember what event it was? The first event?
JR Howell (20:10):
It was in the qualifier. It was a multicored event. But in your head you’re still thinking about that two K row looming. So going to absolute failure is maybe not something that everyone did.
Sevan Matossian (20:25):
JR Howell (20:27):
I mean it would still be cool to look at and I was, Hey,
Sevan Matossian (20:31):
What gave out there? His grip? Was that his grip?
JR Howell (20:34):
Sevan Matossian (20:36):
And when you see that he can do 90, what else does that tell you That he’s good at anything? You’re like, oh, if you see a guy, I dunno, overhead squat, 400 pounds. You also know that he’s good at some other shit, right? He’s got a good squat and he’s got a good jerk probably. Right?
JR Howell (20:56):
I mean, if there’s one movement to me that shows how big of a weapon someone is, it’s a heavy overhead squat for sure. But then, oh yeah, for sure.
Sevan Matossian (21:07):
And then how about this? Does this tell you anything about him? What else he’d be good at?
JR Howell (21:11):
Yeah, I mean I would just generally think he’s good at all hanging gymnastics movements that his upper body pulling and hanging is probably pretty good.
Sevan Matossian (21:19):
Gotcha. Pull ups, muscle ups, bar muscle up. Okay.
JR Howell (21:22):
Rope climb variations. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (21:25):
The whole shebang. Look, you got a no rep in there. Geez, Louise. Wow. Hey, and another reason that it makes me think that he’s really, really, really good at this relative to the pack is because usually when athletes do something like this, another athlete will copy it. We’re not seeing copycats of this one. Right?
JR Howell (21:44):
What’s really interesting to me is that his movement quality doesn’t deteriorate that much. He’s not really fighting until the very end. He doesn’t look like he’s about to fail. He just gets to 85, 86, and then you realize that he’s about to stop. So it speaks a lot to his midline too. And how developed? It’s
Sevan Matossian (22:07):
September 13th. A couple of things I guarantee have made a big difference, especially since I’m now only doing CrossFit training around three or four times per week for an hour. I wonder what the implications of that are. You think he’s going for another games run?
Mike Halpin (22:24):
I think he’s competing this weekend with Dunn and Bailey Martin in some three person competition. So he’s still competing in some
JR Howell (22:35):
Sense. Maybe he’s going team
Sevan Matossian (22:38):
Bernie Gannon weighs in with astute observation. James Newberry just another guy who can’t do the full hundred.
Mike Halpin (22:46):
Never enough. It’s never enough
Sevan Matossian (22:49):
Looking strong. Buddy. Ally Weiss? Ally. Weiss Ally was on the,
Mike Halpin (22:58):
Sevan Matossian (22:59):
Get the sister’s confused. Ally was on the Invictus team, right?
JR Howell (23:02):
Brit, Britney, Brittany.
Sevan Matossian (23:04):
Oh, it was Brittany. Okay, so this is her sister?
Mike Halpin (23:06):
Sevan Matossian (23:09):
So did she move to, oh, that’s why I pulled this up. Let me see where this is. Pull out a little bit. Pull out a little bit,
Mike Halpin (23:17):
Caleb. A little more.
JR Howell (23:19):
That’s a run CrossFit for sure.
Mike Halpin (23:21):
That’s key Fer right there.
Sevan Matossian (23:22):
Mike Halpin (23:22):
It’s now because of the tag, of course.
Sevan Matossian (23:24):
Okay. Can you go to her Instagram? Do we have any confirmation? Has she moved to underdogs Athletics?
Mike Halpin (23:31):
She’s definitely out there.
Sevan Matossian (23:33):
I’m getting a make alution vibe from that angle, by the way.
Mike Halpin (23:37):
When was this? Is that trying to say it was water qualifier?
JR Howell (23:40):
Yeah, that’s the water palooza qualifier workout. So that was within the last week I would say.
Sevan Matossian (23:46):
Let me see the post after that. Let me see if we, has she made any announcements that she’s moving to underdogs? No, that’s not, that’s the most recent one. Okay. How about the one before? Where’s that at? That cool braid?
Caleb Beaver (23:57):
Looks like Invictus, maybe.
Mike Halpin (23:59):
That does look like Invictus.
Sevan Matossian (24:00):
I saw some green on the wall back there. Alright, and is, this is going to be a weird question, but is she dating Keefer? Would there be any reason she’d be out there?
Caleb Beaver (24:09):
Mike Halpin (24:10):
Kiefer’s dating Kyra Milligan?
Sevan Matossian (24:12):
Correct. Okay. Let me see some of those other pictures. Caleb in that slide? No, where she’s at, underdogs I, let’s see some of these other ones. So I guess there could be, she was in Vegas on some sort of vacation and she’s doing the qualifier because she happened to be there
Mike Halpin (24:31):
Sevan Matossian (24:32):
Or what are they saying in the biz? Soft launch.
Caleb Beaver (24:36):
Soft launch for sure.
Sevan Matossian (24:37):
Soft launch. Okay. And you guys know if she’s going underdogs?
Mike Halpin (24:42):
I haven’t heard.
JR Howell (24:43):
I’ve just heard she’s exploring options, but
Caleb Beaver (24:46):
I would imagine she would want to leave Invictus.
Sevan Matossian (24:50):
Barry. Kinner. Where’s T R T? John Young. He’s down at Ca Peptides headquarters right now. No, he wrote us a cryptic text. This was he’s,
JR Howell (25:01):
He’s at the brute camp.
Sevan Matossian (25:05):
Why the late notice? I should have replaced him with Watkins. Watkins would. Watkins never lets me down.
Mike Halpin (25:12):
He’s a good
JR Howell (25:13):
Dude. Is he in the comments?
Sevan Matossian (25:17):
God, if he is. No, he’s not. He’s busy. He’s busy. Okay. Laura Horvat. The H is silent. Is that how you guys say it? Laura? Horvat. Laura?
Mike Halpin (25:33):
Yeah, I guess
Sevan Matossian (25:35):
Laura Horvat. Pedro is sleeping, but thank you Rambler. We will get to Pedro. Pedro will be in the news this week instead of reporting it. What? Oh, let’s jump on a call, please. Did she reply there? Open up those replies. What do we got? What do we got? How did you get this number? Oh, dickhead. Okay. Let’s watch Ms. Laura Horvat CrossFit Games. 2023 Fittest Woman on Planet Earth. Here we go. First, let me ask for a clarification here. Brian would always talk about how there’s a specific handstand pushup she can’t do. And as I recall is that the deficit handstand, pushup
JR Howell (26:34):
Deficit, strict parallette primarily from what we’ve seen in the past.
Sevan Matossian (26:40):
Oh, so just that one?
JR Howell (26:43):
Mike Halpin (26:44):
Sevan Matossian (26:45):
Okay. So we’re not surprised to see her doing this here?
JR Howell (26:49):
Not at all.
Mike Halpin (26:51):
I’m not. It’s an interesting way. Whatever her caption is, it sort of pokes it. Like people saying she can’t do something, but
Sevan Matossian (26:59):
There’s got a little bit of eat a dick in it.
JR Howell (27:01):
That’s a nine inch deficit. So it’s a substantial deficit. If these were like kipping, parallette handstand pushups, the deficit would be about that. It would probably be, if the guys were doing full deficit, which is like 14 inches, the females would probably be doing nine or 10.
Sevan Matossian (27:19):
When people can’t do something themselves, they want to tell you, you can’t do it either. Kadu Ka. What’s kadu mean again?
JR Howell (27:31):
It means whatever you want it to mean.
Sevan Matossian (27:33):
Is it really that Kadu, K A D U Z Ss Kadu. That’s
Mike Halpin (27:39):
What she uses in a bunch of her rad
Sevan Matossian (27:43):
Stuffs. Laura Caddos Caddos, hashtag caddos. I fucking know who the fuck knows what I mean. Is it a completely made up word? Caddos definition?
Mike Halpin (27:51):
I think it’s anon mania.
Sevan Matossian (27:54):
Mike Halpin (27:54):
Do you know what that is?
Sevan Matossian (27:56):
Yeah. Wow. It’s Ford and backward or something?
Mike Halpin (28:00):
No, it’s a word that is a sound like pop. Oh, it’s like kung fu panda skadoosh. S
Sevan Matossian (28:09):
Meaning of Koos. Oh, here we go.
Mike Halpin (28:13):
I just like the word on.
Sevan Matossian (28:16):
Thank you. Helping. That’s appropriate coming from you. Caddos meaning is to catch or take something from. And the definition of caddos is a word that expresses action or state of being. Koos vary by type and each type is determined by the kinds of words that accompany it and the relationship those words have with the verb itself. What the fuck?
Mike Halpin (28:34):
So it doesn’t mean anything.
Sevan Matossian (28:36):
Yeah, koos meaning is to catch or take something from. And the definition of KOOS is a word that expresses action or state some deep shit. Mason Mitchell. Okay. Okay. Koos. It means to bent over.
Mike Halpin (28:54):
Sevan Matossian (28:55):
Matt C I hate to ask. I’m not trying to say anything about her size. Oh, you fucked it up already, dude. Why can’t you just be like, she looks leaner, but it looks like she’s leaner. Tell you what, she looks like a fucking superstar athlete. A leaner? Yeah. I think she looks leaner too. I would fucking definitely agree on that.
Mike Halpin (29:20):
Yeah, I think her and Ben put out a post. I don’t know if it was on Ben’s page, but she looked good there too.
Sevan Matossian (29:30):
Mike Halpin (29:32):
Sevan Matossian (29:32):
What’s up? What’s up, dude? Good to see you.
Mike Halpin (29:35):
Good to see you too. How are you?
Sevan Matossian (29:36):
Thanks for joining the Posse.
Mike Halpin (29:38):
Yeah, thanks for having me on.
Sevan Matossian (29:40):
I’m going to an audio clip for you and one of the four guys around us. I want you to pick out which guy this is. Okay? Okay. Ready
Speaker 3 (29:54):
For rep Josh Bridges. Rich.
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