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#17 – Crossfit Training
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#17 – Crossfit Training

In this episode of Bars, Plates & Protein Shakes, Amir is joined by Luke Starr who is a former part owner of one of Australia’s top performing Crossfit facilities – Crossfit Active.

Luke has extensive experience in taking Crossfit athletes to the top, even to Crossfit Games level and he talks about a bunch of things like:

  • Can Crossfit be used as a strength and conditioning program in itself
  • What his thoughts are on using weightlifting for athletes such as football players and fighters
  • How do movements like the O lifts change for the sport of Crossfit and how that effects the training requirements and goals
  • What he thinks is the best background of sporting an aspiring Crossfit athlete can come from and do great in the long term
  • The hierarchy of importance of skills and abilities that transfer over best to Crossfit
  • His strength recommendations in terms of minimum amount of squat, deadlift, muscle up and a whole stack of other movements for Crossfit
  • Why are Crossfit girls so jacked and tanned?
  • The Crossfit culture

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By |2016-12-21T14:33:36+10:00December 21st, 2016|Crossfit|0 Comments

About the Author:

Amir Fazeli
Amir is the founder of Adonis Athletics and the owner of Adonis Athletics Granville. He is a competitive powerlifter having represented Australia at 7 international competitions to date including twice at the Arnold Sports Festival and twice at the World Championships. His best lifts are 258kg squat, 150kg bench press and 317.5kg deadlift all at under 83kg in the IPF. He holds the all-time highest deadlift record at under 83kg bodyweight across all federations in Australia. His best international results are silver medal at 2012 IPF Oceania Powerlifting Championships, silver medal at 2014 Arnold Sports Festival, gold medal at 2014 IPF Asian & Oceania Powerlifting Championships and 5th overall at the 2015 World Championships...read more