It’s easy to think you’re training to become a badass badass Crossfit competitor.
You’ve spent a week in a gym that can teach you the basics, and you’ve worked out your deadlift, squat, deadlift variation, kettlebell swings, and even a snatch grip on a barbell.
You’re confident you can hit your goals.
But for some, like comedian Jessica Greene, it’s not all about the training and the goals.
She started Crossfit as a way to be more fit, she says.
It wasn’t the kind of gym you could skip.
It was like a competitive sport, she explains.
“Crossfit is all about competition and the things you can’t do at home,” she says, adding that it’s a great way to work out your core, core strength, and upper body strength.
“It’s about your strength, about your fitness, about training to go into the Olympic Games.”
Jessica, who is based in New York, says that if you train to go to the Olympics, it makes it even easier for you to compete.
“It’s not like the Crossfit guys are going to be like, ‘OK, now I can get to the Olympic Trials and do these splits, and then I’ll get to compete in the Olympics.'”
But you’re competing in an Olympic sport, and the people you’re working with are going out there and competing to see who’s going to get to be in the Olympic teams.
So it’s all about that.
“Jessica has competed in the CrossFit Games since 2013.
She says she got into the sport through the online community of Crossfitters, and was hooked on it when she started competing in the New York City Regional.
Now she’s an Olympic certified coach, and she’s also a motivational speaker.
She tells me about her passion for Crossfit, and how she wants to change the way people think about it.”
If you’re not into CrossFit, if you’re thinking about it like a competition or a competition to see if you can go as fast as you can, then I think you have a pretty narrow view of what Crossfit is,” she explains, before asking a question about whether she could see herself competing in a Crossfit competition.”
It would be so fucking hard for me, I don’t think I could get through it.””
I’d probably have to train a lot more to be able to compete at that level.”
“It would be so fucking hard for me, I don’t think I could get through it.”
It’s a common question that Jessica asks people who are interested in Crossfit.
When she says she’s “a competitive athlete”, it’s hard to deny that she’s a serious competitor.
But Jessica says she was also interested in the sport in a different way.
She wanted to be good at it.
And it wasn’t until she started training to compete that she decided that she wanted to compete full-time.
She didn’t know any other way to get started.
“So I decided to just train full-timers, because that’s where my passion is,” Jessica says.
“And that’s the thing, when you’re in a competitive environment, you don’t know what you’re going to learn.
You know that you can do it, but you don’st know what it’s going.
And so I decided I was going to train to be as good as anybody, and that was when I started Crossfitter.”
My first full-timer was actually a really nice guy named Nick.
“Nick was an aspiring wrestler from Florida.
When Jessica started CrossFit she knew she wanted the chance to compete with him, so she did.
And now, three years later, Nick is one of Jessica’s biggest cheerleaders.”
So we just went out there to work and we got the hang of it. “
Nick was a real competitive athlete, and I’m not sure if anyone is a better person to coach than Nick.
So we just went out there to work and we got the hang of it.
We did really well.””
So many other people get it from Nick.”
When Jessica first started Crossfitting, she was not a big Crossfitness fan.
She did not enjoy it, and thought it was all just a bunch of nonsense.
But she says that she has been slowly building her confidence as an athlete ever since.
“You just learn more as you go along,” she adds.
“You get more comfortable, you build confidence, you make progress.
And that’s when you know you can really compete at the highest level.”
And then I went on to become the number one female Crossfitter in the world.
“It was a challenge to find that level of confidence.”
But I think I was doing pretty good, I think the first time