TYR Wodapalooza // Event 2 RECAP & Event 3 PREVIEW // Deja Vu

Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Send Colton a link. Let me see. You know who else? I should send a link,

Dave Castro (00:05):


Sevan Matossian (00:06):

Pretty close to me and see how I’ll shoot Ariel a link too. She won that right? Ariel Lowen won that,

Dave Castro (00:15):

Correct? How long did we go on? Are we going on right away?

Sevan Matossian (00:20):

We’re here. We’re live, baby. We’re live. We’re on

Dave Castro (00:23):

Over 20 seconds.

Sevan Matossian (00:24):

We’re live.

Dave Castro (00:26):

I say

Sevan Matossian (00:27):

I don’t see her phone number. Do I know how to spell her name? There it is. Ariel Lowen. Bam. Come on if you got a second. All right. Hey, how did James Sprague doing? That

Dave Castro (00:48):


Sevan Matossian (00:49):

To be in

Dave Castro (00:49):

The middle of the first heat or second heat.

Sevan Matossian (00:52):

How quick is that

Dave Castro (00:53):


Sevan Matossian (00:55):

Say that again.

Dave Castro (00:57):

There were three heats because they had to bring that Arturo guy back in, right? Because there’s only two heats of chicks.

Sevan Matossian (01:03):

Ah, yes, yes, yes. Two heats of chicks and three heats of dudes. Ariel Lowen the champ. There she is. Hey, easy. Just eat the pizza. Yam Pizza. What’s up? Hey, you had the same response that basically Colton Merton’s had, which was like changes. Sh changes. I’m here to just handle my business.

Arielle Loewen (01:28):

Sorry, I got rid of the video. One second.

Sevan Matossian (01:30):

That’s fine. It’s your world. You won the event. You do whatever you want.

Arielle Loewen (01:36):

I was actually happy they changed it. Everybody’s been practicing the workouts multiple times and I’m like, let’s show your fitness. How do you adapt on the fly without strategizing it? It was great.

Sevan Matossian (01:48):

Hey, did the first workout, you mentioned in the interview that you were disappointed with your first workout, but that didn’t get in your head. You’re able just to clear your mind.

Arielle Loewen (01:58):

I give myself a 20 minute pity party, so I was mad at me. I was a little bit mad at Dylan. He’s the one who told me to add weight when I didn’t want to add weight, but I was like, screw, I’ll trust him. So I gave myself 20 minutes square. I was mad at me. I was mad at him, and then I was like, well, we’ve got a workout to do and I sucked it up and the plan was to go out hot and I went out hot and it worked out.

Sevan Matossian (02:23):

Oh, that does Dylan know that guy’s around? Hey. Yeah. Don’t

Arielle Loewen (02:27):

Tell Dylan.

Sevan Matossian (02:30):

Last night I was saying that Emily Rolf has the strongest mindset in the pact and the boys all jumped on me and they said that is not true. It is Ariel Lowen.

Arielle Loewen (02:45):

I don’t know if you know this, but I train in my garage, so I feel like

Sevan Matossian (02:50):

I’ve, I’ve heard rumors

Arielle Loewen (02:51):

In order to train a

Dave Castro (02:54):

I’m hearing it

Arielle Loewen (02:54):

Garage. You have to have a little bit of mental fitness.

Sevan Matossian (02:58):

Here’s what I think. I think that maybe you take a little bit of pressure off of yourself because you have a child and a family and so that there’s things to you that are maybe more important. So you always have a safety net. Not that it gives you an excuse not to work harder, but maybe to get over things.

Arielle Loewen (03:19):

Yeah, and I think what I’ve noticed is I actually enjoy CrossFit, so I feel like I stay fit year round because I like doing CrossFit in my garage, whereas some people are like, oh, I’ve got to start peeking for this competition. The open’s about to start, and I’m like, I’ve just been working out and it’s cool because I did not peak for water palooza by any means. I just like fitness and so I still have fitness. That last event just proved it.

Sevan Matossian (03:49):

How bad were you hurting at the end of that event? Is that really bad? Are you writhing?

Arielle Loewen (03:54):

So I went out hot on purpose so I didn’t have to bur be fast.

Sevan Matossian (04:01):

So when you finish that, so that’s not a top 10 worst you’ve ever heard at the end of a workout there?

Arielle Loewen (04:09):

No, no, no, no. That’s an easy Saturday workout.

Sevan Matossian (04:16):

God, it’s so crazy. Hiller talks to me about this kind of stuff. I can’t get my head wrapped around that, that you can go out there, do that and not just feel like horrible for the next hour.

Arielle Loewen (04:29):

Man, we have one more workout to go, so we’ll see. But it blew up my shoulders. I’m not going to lie. My shoulders are fatigued right now, but there’s only five events. You suck it up and you do it almost.

Sevan Matossian (04:48):

Where are you? Are you on the campus right now? Are you at Waap Pza still or

Arielle Loewen (04:53):

No? Waap Palooza is right behind us.

Sevan Matossian (04:56):

Okay. I

Arielle Loewen (04:57):

Needed a little bit of a mental break from the competition. So when in Rome get pizza, so we’re just chilling at a pizza store

Sevan Matossian (05:05):

And can you sit there and not have people bug you and can you just get your shit together?

Arielle Loewen (05:10):

I mean, people will text me to jump on their podcast and bug me a bit, but

Sevan Matossian (05:14):

Other than besides those people, I’m just

Arielle Loewen (05:16):

Kidding. No, I know to get away from the venue if I want peace. So that’s kind of what we did.

Sevan Matossian (05:22):

The boys were debating last night that if you fall out of the top 10 for any workouts because there’s only five events, you can’t win this. Do you even think about that stuff because of your first event?

Arielle Loewen (05:35):

I haven’t looked at the leaderboard. I don’t look at the leaderboard until the end of competition day. Yeah, so for all I know, it was a first place finish in the first event.

Sevan Matossian (05:44):

Yeah. Two firsts, two first trail, low one.

Arielle Loewen (05:47):

No, I don’t know. We’ll see what happens at the end of the weekend. I took a chance, didn’t pay off. I took a chance on event two and it paid off. So it’s kind of taken chances. I’m 50 50 right now.

Sevan Matossian (05:59):

There’s this workout where they have changed the pull-ups from keeping pull-ups to strict pull-ups and that they’ve lowered the box. All of what we’re presuming is because for safety for the athletes. Thoughts on that? Do you have any opinions on that?

Arielle Loewen (06:17):

I love that they changed it because nobody practice it. You do? Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (06:20):


Arielle Loewen (06:21):

The chest tobar spike the heart rate, so it’s no longer a chest tobar workout. Now it’s a test of fitness in my opinion. So it’s like, can you hold onto the wall ball? It’s only 14 strict. Pull-ups and then send it on the box. I don’t know. I don’t really think about it until I’m out there.

Sevan Matossian (06:41):

Did Dylan just put eight inches of pizza directly into his mouth without gagging? That’s really impressive. That was, why do you

Arielle Loewen (06:47):

Think I married him?

Sevan Matossian (06:52):

Disgusting. I saw your Dr. Pepper. I know what you’re doing, John. Why are her shoulders blown up? Why are shoulders the dips hanging on the top? She

John Young (07:07):

Did 60 unbroken dips and then however many burpees she had to do after that. They tend to do it a little bit.

Arielle Loewen (07:15):

It was fun. It

John Young (07:16):

Was a good time. I bet they’d feel like strict jt kind of.

Arielle Loewen (07:21):


Sevan Matossian (07:24):

How are the other girls? How’s the spirit of everyone there?

Arielle Loewen (07:28):

They’re great. Some are excited. Some are here because they’re here and I don’t know. It’s always weird to start with a lifting event because the lifters are excited, but cardio people aren’t. And then the cardio people like event too, so it’s not an even test of fitness yet.

Sevan Matossian (07:49):

I am sensing something from you here. So you come to this event, you like CrossFit, it’s cool. It’s something you can do with your husband. You’re good at it. You put a lot of work into it. It’s your passion. And I’m sensing that you’re thinking that some girls aren’t like that. Some boys aren’t like that. Like it you sense and you look at them and you’re like, fuck, that sucks to be you. You’ve turned this into a fucking job.

Arielle Loewen (08:09):

Yeah, we’ve already chatted with a few people about it that have that perspective, so we’ll respect their opinion, but me and Dylan walk away and we’re like, I’m glad we enjoy this because for us, this is vacation. It’s fun. We’re in Miami.

Sevan Matossian (08:23):

God, it would be so hard to compete at your level and not somewhere enjoy it. It just sounds so hard and horrible. Hey, can Dylan beat you at any, oh, what were you going to say? What were you going to say? Sorry. Oh,

Arielle Loewen (08:35):

But it’s all relative. If you get paid for this stuff, that is not a bad job.

Sevan Matossian (08:40):

No. Behind the desk, especially 75 grand. Hey, can Dylan beat you at anything that’s outside of the five minute time domain?

Arielle Loewen (08:48):

Yeah. If we have any machine workout, he smokes me.

Sevan Matossian (08:52):

Wow. Wow. Look at him. Look how proud he is. I don’t believe it. Tell me the

Dave Castro (08:55):


Sevan Matossian (08:58):


Dave Castro (08:59):

Up on Instagram page, I saw.

Sevan Matossian (09:02):

Thank you so much, Dylan. Thank you for taking care of your amazing athlete. What an awesome pair you are. I think Dylan’s your coach. I’m going to go with He’s your coach. Yeah.

Arielle Loewen (09:11):

Hey, he doesn’t know what to post next on social media. Help him out guys,

Sevan Matossian (09:16):

If you’ve got, we have no one knows.

Dave Castro (09:18):

I got you, Dylan.

Sevan Matossian (09:21):

Someone will send you something. Dylan.

Dave Castro (09:23):

I’m saving it for the podium.

Sevan Matossian (09:27):

Ariel Lowen, thank you. You’re the best. Thanks for doing this. Bye

Dave Castro (09:30):

Guys. Thanks Ariel. Ariel, good luck. Hey, it’s me.

Sevan Matossian (09:34):


Dave Castro (09:35):

Everyone go follow Ariel Low’s husband, Dylan, low

Sevan Matossian (09:41):

Dylan. Oh, he has two posts, two

Dave Castro (09:44):

Posts. Never been one for social media, but he is a trophy husband.

Sevan Matossian (09:50):

I’m so glad they changed that event with all the rain. I feel so safe. Excuse me. Barry Cocker, the shizz Colton’s goat talk. Okay. It is not easy to talk shit after a competition. It’s not easy. I don’t think it’s easy to talk shit in the CrossFit space, but

Dave Castro (10:14):

Why? Why?

Sevan Matossian (10:16):

I just think that you could come across like a dick so easily.

Dave Castro (10:21):

Do you think Colton came across as a dick?

Sevan Matossian (10:23):

No. Not at all. So fucking crazy. Here’s the thing,

Dave Castro (10:27):

I think when you back it up, you’re not a dick anymore. So you think that Roman’s a dick for talking crap behind a Russian wall, their language wall kind of.

Sevan Matossian (10:41):

I’m okay. I’m okay with everything that Roman said too. I’m not taking any shots at Roman. I’m going to play this interview he does at Water Palooza with Brian friend afterwards. It’s so fucking good. I’ve never heard anything like this in the CrossFit space. You see this? Oh yeah, there he is. Okay. Yep. Bring him in. Holy shit. Bring, bring in Colton. There he is. Feeding himself in real time.

Dave Castro (11:11):

What’s up? What’s up, Colton?

Sevan Matossian (11:15):

Colton, I’m going to play your exit interview. Oh, here. Here. Hold on. Here we go. Hold

Dave Castro (11:21):

The interview.

Sevan Matossian (11:23):

Hold on. Here we go. Colton, I’m going to go ahead and play this interview real quick. Can you hear us good, Colton?

Dave Castro (11:28):

Yeah. Can you guys hear me?

Sevan Matossian (11:30):

Yeah, you sound great. Okay, I’m going to go ahead and play this for the people at home. This is your interview after you won the event with Brian. Friend. Here we go. We

Speaker 5 (11:39):

Got him here.

Speaker 6 (11:41):

Colton Mertons with the event win and he is with Brian. Fran,

Speaker 5 (11:49):

You said that the first version of this workout was going to be pretty good. The second one may be even better. It turned out that way. How do you respond to a change in workout like that though?

Colten Mertens (11:57):

I was going to win this shit either way. These guys couldn’t keep the pace. I’ll just playing for second place when they see either of those workouts and I’m in the field, you can’t control it. I don’t like the changes. They don’t like to change ’em as you can’t organizers either, but you got to do what you got to do, roll with it, do your best anyway.

Speaker 5 (12:15):

This is a really wide field to play when you get out to a lead like that. How aware of you are you are of other apps?

Sevan Matossian (12:21):

Dude, tell me moments before, so tell me this, when do you find out that they changed the workout?

Colten Mertens (12:28):

So we found out during our briefing at nine 30 this morning, that night they were going to change him.

Sevan Matossian (12:36):

Is that before the first you even do the first workout?

Colten Mertens (12:40):

Yeah, that was as soon as we got on site. And then I think our first event didn’t start until 1130. I think women went sooner, but yeah, it was like as soon as I got onsite here in our briefing.

Sevan Matossian (12:53):

And how do you respond internally inside your own head when they tell you you’re going to change the workout? Do you hear any internal complaining? Do you have to stop any complaining or how do you respond your first reaction to change?

Colten Mertens (13:05):

Yeah, I was pissed because they didn’t change the snatch, which was going to be my worst one today. And they changed the two that I was probably going to win pretty easy.


I mean, I was kind of pissed off, but I mean I understand why they wanted to change. I understand that they didn’t want to change them either. Obviously they’d rather do their original program workouts, but I’m glad they had a plan in place for the rain. It seems like most events, their contingency plan is usually just cross their fingers and hope it doesn’t rain. But it sounds like they had these workouts programmed a long time ago just in case there was going to be bad weather. So I mean it is what it is, so you just kind of, you’re pissed off for a little bit, but you have to realize you can’t do anything about it and you just have to accept it and move on.

Sevan Matossian (13:49):

Before you went out there, did you know Hatfield’s record?

Colten Mertens (13:52):

I got to see the end of it while we were in the corrals, but I thought they showed his time as like eight 20. But I think what the announcers were saying, the time was 8 0 3 while I was on the floor, but I didn’t get to see how he paced the dips or anything like that. So it was kind of hard to know because I knew that he would be good in a workout like that, but I didn’t know what he had to do to get that time.

Sevan Matossian (14:17):

Did after seeing him do it or after hearing him do it and playing out the workout in your head, I’m guessing you played it out. Do you play it out in your head like, okay, I should be done here, I should be done here?

Colten Mertens (14:29):

Yeah. I visualize going through all the movements because one, it just helps you keep track of the workout so you don’t make an error, but also you kind of know somewhat how these are going to feel and how fast you’re going to move. So typically when a workout comes out, I’ll go through it and get rough estimates for what I think my time will be and then I’ll kind of go through and think, well maybe I could go unbroken here, maybe I could do this. And for this workout, the plan was to just go unbroken until I couldn’t and see what happens.

Sevan Matossian (14:58):

And were there any points that you were worried during the workout?

Colten Mertens (15:01):

No, the dibs felt strong the entire way through the front squats felt pretty hard. I think it was just hard getting my breath after the burpees and all that stuff holding the bar in the front rack, it was pretty slippery, so I just kept trying to roll off my shoulder. So I had to keep my elbows really high. And I think just my upper body was tight from the dips, but I was a long ways from failure on the dips and the deadlifts felt pretty good. I’d probably be sore tomorrow just because those parallel bars are wider than normal people are that we train on and a lot wider than ring dips. So I mean that was a different feel and it’s going to train those chest muscles differently, so I’ll probably be sore tomorrow, but during the event they felt good.

Sevan Matossian (15:45):

I think that the commentators, I don’t know for sure, but I think that they thought that Pat Vellner was closer to you than he was. I think that they thought that he was on the same round as you, but you had actually surpassed him by a round. Did you ever feel anyone? Did you know where everyone was?

Colten Mertens (16:03):

Yeah, I knew once I got to the burpees I had a 32nd lead and I was only going to extend that. I think I ended up beating but them by nearly a minute and I could have won by more if I needed to. But yeah, I feel like a lot of times, especially with a guy Pat, because so many people like him, I think they’re trying to kind will him into wrong ways away. They couldn’t fool me.

Sevan Matossian (16:27):

Ariel said she came out hot that she wanted to come out hot break away from the pack. Ariel won the women’s competition and she didn’t want to be stressed about the burpees basically at the end. How did you come out? Did you come out hot?

Colten Mertens (16:42):

Yeah, so did a lot of other guys. There’s quite a few people that went on broken on the first set of dips as well as the first set of dead lifts, which I wasn’t necessarily expecting. I was thinking if they’re going to break them up, which I thought they would have to and they did have to and they would probably do it from the start, but I think Rick and Nick and Pat and a lot of those guys went on broken at least on the dips and some of them might’ve went on broken on the deadlifts too. But then I saw going on the second set of deadlifts, I knew I wasn’t going to have to break those. Those were a choice. If you were going to break ’em, that weight’s so light, the only reason you would break is because you just don’t want to deal with that discomfort or you’re worried about some movements later on in the workout. But I’m here to suffer. So I was ready for a fight on the Buress if it came to that,

Sevan Matossian (17:25):

Hey, I’m here to suffer. Do you tell yourself that? How often do you say that in your head?

Colten Mertens (17:34):

That’s the mindset going into every event to just have goals within myself. Obviously I want to win events and I want to have dominant finishes and do well, but at the end of the day I can’t control any of that. So I just try to have the mindset that I’m going to go on there, I’m going to hurt and that’s good. That’s the goal. It’s okay to feel discomfort and suffer through things and that’s kind of anything in life. People are so scared to hurt and even elite level guys are scared when they see events like this, something with 60 burpees at the end they get nervous and they might not want to get in that fight. Especially I won’t say their name right now.

John Young (18:17):

Does he snatch three 10?

Colten Mertens (18:19):

I guess Ariel, you could say this too. She wanted to get a lead and not have to worry about it on the burpees. So it’s kind of that mindset, but I kind of try to go a different way and just be prepared for that.

Sevan Matossian (18:32):

Jack Mosley. Colton is the Sam Seli of CrossFit. So these are interesting points. I’m here to suffer. And you’re not afraid of the fight, you’re ready for the fight. You want to step up to the fight?

Colten Mertens (18:46):

Yeah, I mean that’s why I’m here. I’m a CrossFit athlete, so my job is to compete. So I’m not here skipping out on an individual and going team. I want to have fun. I have no interest coming here to have fun. I have plenty of fun at home, hanging out with my dogs and my girlfriend. I don’t need to come to Miami to have fun. So I’m here to work. I’m here to take care of business and that’s that.

Sevan Matossian (19:09):

And when you say your dogs, you’re not talking about your homeboys, you’re talking about your actual dogs.

Colten Mertens (19:14):

Yeah, I don’t really have friends. Gold, teeny

Sevan Matossian (19:16):

Wheaties. Friends are for pussies. Listen, friends only distract you from goals that you have in life. How many dogs are in the litter right now? Are there any dogs available at Colton’s, teeny weenies or giant weenies or whatever they are?

Colten Mertens (19:30):

So we’ve got five dogs, but those are our pets and are them for sale? One of them is hopefully going to have puppies in a couple months.

Sevan Matossian (19:37):

Okay, so if you want a Colton, are they called teeny weenies?

Colten Mertens (19:41):

Yeah, Merton’s. Teeny weenies.

Sevan Matossian (19:43):

Merton’s, teeny weenies. And stay close to the Instagram account if you want a teeny weenie. Okay, the next event coming up, do you just stay on campus until the event or what will you do?

Colten Mertens (20:01):

Yeah, I think my event goes at like six, so I’ll get cold like 25 minutes before that, so I’ll have to start warming up like 50 minutes before the event and it’s almost four o’clock now, so I’ll just eat and I’ll probably hang out with Gabe over at Paper Street and yeah, just relax a bit until it’s time to start going again.

Sevan Matossian (20:20):

Someone’s saying I missed a super chat. Oh, Augustus link. Good work. Colton, is this a super chat?

Colten Mertens (20:27):

He’s going to be my partner for comp coming up in a couple of

Sevan Matossian (20:29):

Weeks. That dude Augustus is really,

Colten Mertens (20:31):


Sevan Matossian (20:32):

Wow. Hey Colton, what’s happening with the is every event you go to more and more people recognizing you as you do more and more. How long have you been doing this now? You’ve kind of been in the spotlight now for a couple years?

Colten Mertens (20:48):

Yeah, I’m been doing CrossFit for seven years. Qualified individually for the games three years ago. But yeah, definitely more and more people know me just from winning events. Definitely helps a lot. I think coming, doing podcasts and things like that and kind of getting your story out there and who you are outside of the gym, I think people really like to see that. And just as time goes on and I keep putting out more content and coming on podcasts and winning events and just slowly growing.

Sevan Matossian (21:16):

Do you like that? Did you prefer being more anonymous or are you okay with people knowing who you are now?

Colten Mertens (21:23):

I used to hate it. I’m super introverted usually, but I’ve kind

Sevan Matossian (21:28):

Of, no, no, no, super, super. I introverted two supers.

Colten Mertens (21:32):

Yeah. Yeah. But it was honestly when I started coming on your podcast, so a few times I knew I was a horrible guest and I made it a point in my life to get better at conversating and talking to people. And even if I don’t like it, pretend like I do. So be more extroverted I guess, at times.

Sevan Matossian (21:52):

Well shit, you have us put

Dave Castro (21:53):

This video up this morning on your YouTube channel about your time last year going to Waap Palooza, this one right here. You got really sick last year, right?

Colten Mertens (22:03):


Dave Castro (22:04):

The motivation to do well this weekend. It’s like Eve, it’s kind of the eve of being sick last year. It’s kind of some extra motivation to kick ass.

Colten Mertens (22:14):

Yeah, it’s like exactly a year since I was in the hospital and I was training for a water palooza and then a couple days later I was in the hospital. So I mean, yeah, I felt really fit and really strong last year and now I’ve had a whole year to recover and get back to good training and be healthy and this is the healthiest I’ve been in a long time. Still some issues here and there, but training’s been really good. I’m fitter than I’ve ever been. Stronger than I’ve ever been and the more workouts that I do, the more that I’ll show.

Sevan Matossian (22:46):

Hey, that was pretty serious. What happened to you last time? It was some neurological shit, right?

Colten Mertens (22:52):

Yeah, I had some nerve damage, some pretty severe damage in my eyes. It’s damage on my spine and around my brain.

Sevan Matossian (23:01):

And now what is it gone? Do you ever have signs of it?

Colten Mertens (23:06):

Yeah, I mean there’s some permanent nerve damage and there’s definitely damage to my eyes and you get small flare-ups once in a while that I can feel the nerves in my eyes. The optic nerves is what it mainly affects and there’s signs of it. One pupil will dilate pretty severely. Well the other one is just kind of normal and you can feel it. It feels like there’s, if you’re wearing glasses and there’s a smudge on ’em, it feels like, but it’s your eyeball so you just kind of get bad and you get a headache and usually it’s just kind of small and you take it easy for a few days and then you’re fine. But yeah, if I have something severe, then I had to go to the hospital and prednisone and then that usually takes care of it.

Sevan Matossian (23:49):

How are the knees with all those 180 5 squats?

Colten Mertens (23:53):

It hurt afterwards. I mean it feels okay now. They’ve gotten a lot stronger, a lot more stable within the last three weeks. Made huge improvements, so I don’t think that’s going to affect my performance at all.

Sevan Matossian (24:08):

Killer. Were you going to say something?

Dave Castro (24:09):


Sevan Matossian (24:12):

Any suggestions for John Young on how he can get stronger?

Speaker 9 (24:20):

Yes. Enlighten me Cole. Is

Sevan Matossian (24:22):

That hopper behind you? Colton? Is he trying to get some of your FaceTime? Look at that fucking guy.

Speaker 9 (24:28):

Oh my gosh. Come on. Look at these guys. Get rid of these guys. He’s the man.

Sevan Matossian (24:35):

Yeah, Patrick is the

Speaker 9 (24:36):

Man. Look at Rio Scott. All the boys there. We’re about to go mic up right now.

Sevan Matossian (24:40):

Yeah, mic it up. Colton raining. We are so behind you. It’s been so fun. You have led us into your life for the last two and a half, three years. Thank you so much. Tell your girlfriend thank you. Tell everyone who said hi. What’s up? Hey girl, what’s up?

Colten Mertens (25:00):

Yeah, thank you guys. You’ve helped me a lot. Just getting my brand out there and things like that and definitely wouldn’t be where I am right now. Just like business and sponsorship wise without you guys. And I appreciate that

Sevan Matossian (25:12):

Synergy, buddy. Okay, great. Hopefully we’ll talk to you later on today if we get a chance. Never any pressure. Matt Susa says, Colton’s a boss. Congratulations with all the things that have been changing with you. They

Colten Mertens (25:22):

Are the P word. Alright, thanks guys.

Speaker 9 (25:27):

Alright, later. Bye Colton. Bye.

Sevan Matossian (25:30):

Was the P word, was that a reference to proven or was that someone else’s? The P word, someone else was a pussy.

Dave Castro (25:37):

The athletes who snatch really well and don’t do well on the other events are the other P word.

Sevan Matossian (25:43):

You think Colton’s taking shots at? Gee,

Speaker 9 (25:46):

You’re, you’re projecting. Didn’t say we didn’t say anything.

Dave Castro (25:52):

John straight said it. I’m projecting.

Sevan Matossian (25:54):

Oh my God.

Speaker 9 (25:55):

I love gee. Hey

Dave Castro (25:57):

Everyone, go follow Colton’s YouTube. Hey, I have a hot 3,160 subs. I should see this over 3,500 later today. Go follow Colton’s. He’s got great videos he makes. Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (26:09):

Let throw this. Hold that thought. Hold that thought, John, real quick. Pull that thought. Sorry. Josh, does ca peptides.com come with instructions or how to guide for dummies? No, it does not.

Dave Castro (26:19):

I made a video once upon a time,

Sevan Matossian (26:21):

But yes, Hiller does have a video. We will try to find that video for you and put a link to it in the bio of this video. I see Caleb jump to attention is actually moving on it now. It’s ca peptides.com and if you use code word Hiller or Seon, you will get the bacteriostatic water that you need to reconstitute the peptides that you get. Then once you get that, you’ll need to purchase some insulin needles, I think on Amazon and then work from there. There’s tons of information out there, there’s reasons why they don’t give out instructions with it. That’s for a different show. Super high quality peptides. Check out Andrew’s video and thanks for asking Josh.


There you go. I want to say this too, when I’ll tell you the story about the Sarah Cox Ca Peptides event. She said, are we doing anything for Waap Palooza? And I said, no. And she said, why not? And I said, well, we’re looking for a sponsor to follow Colton around. She said, I want to do it. I said, oh, I’d rather save that for semi-finals. And she said, no, no, no, let’s do it. Let’s do it. I really want to do it. It’s good. I want to keep participating and keep adding value to the station, the people who watch the channel. So this is at her insistence, no exaggeration that we have Patrick Rios out there. If it wasn’t for Ca peptides, we wouldn’t have him out there. And Bella Rios filming with the D and Jason, Ricky Mack and Colton Mertons. Sean

Dave Castro (28:03):

Linderman, you cannot use tap water and also you cannot use the same needle, daytime.

Sevan Matossian (28:09):


Dave Castro (28:09):

Shit. You’ll infect yourself and die if you use the same water for sure. And you’ll likely get infected if you use the same needle. So

Sevan Matossian (28:17):

Do not listen to anyone in the chat. Don’t

Dave Castro (28:20):

Listen to anyone in the chat

John Young (28:22):

Without looking. Can you guess who is in the lead right now for the women and the men without looking best? Guess

Dave Castro (28:32):

Rose. Rose,

John Young (28:33):


Sevan Matossian (28:34):

Wow. Wow, wow. I like that. Guess Jack Rima. That’s a good guess.

Dave Castro (28:41):

The chick who lifted really heavy as well. Wow.

John Young (28:45):


Dave Castro (28:47):

I don’t even know who she is. And we thought,

John Young (28:49):

Listen. Hey, Rima dead on. That was a great, that was a great, not the chick. No, it’s the Colton Me’s female. Oh my God.

Speaker 10 (29:00):

Yes. Yes. This is great.

Sevan Matossian (29:04):

Look at Andro,

John Young (29:06):

The one that looks like she’s dying on burpees.

Sevan Matossian (29:08):

Yeah, and we were critiquing her burpees. We were talking shit about her burpees. And look at her. Look at her. She got 10th. Okay,

John Young (29:18):

Second. She’s killing it.

Sevan Matossian (29:20):

Okay, let’s start with the women here. Jessica Andro has a, what places does she have? Is that a sixth and a second?

John Young (29:27):


Dave Castro (29:28):

Come on. Helping. I got one.

John Young (29:31):

I thought that was a great guess. That

Sevan Matossian (29:32):

Really good. Gabriela Maua. Fourth and the fifth. And no shock. So many people said, Danielle, Brandon was going to kill this competition. And they even said the changes did not benefit her, but look at her now. Third place with an eighth and a sixth Now, Julia Hannaford, a first and a 14th. Emma Carey 12th and a third Emma doing what she needed to do. Rebecca Vison, 11th and a ninth. Who would’ve thought, would you have thought sixth place would have 11th and a ninth? I guess that seems.

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