2016 CrossFit Games Athletes Train Hard Together at Reebok #TrainingGrounds

By Cat Perry in Canton, Massachusetts


Reebok CrossFit Games competitors training

Stepping into the Reebok CrossFit box where the Fittest Woman on Earth Katrin Davidsdottir and other powerhouse CrossFit athletes have come to train is something special. To get to watch them train up close, workout with them yourself, talk to them, and pick the brains of their coaches is another. Take a look at the crazy workouts they take on to condition themselves for one of the toughest fitness challenges that exists right now: the Reebok CrossFit Games, coming up July 19-24. 

 

Let's take a look at the nation's heartbeat of the CrossFit community, with many of the athletes and employees at Reebok sporting the latest , and much improved, Reebok CrossFit sneaker: the CrossFit Nano 6.0 (the newest generation to older Reebok CrossFit shoes)



Former pro basketball player Jamie Hagiya—who's qualified for the FIRST time to compete in the 2016 CrossFit Games, edging out Brooke Ence by ONE point—does some handstand walking at Reebok CrossFit #TrainingGrounds.


Clean and Split Jerk Double Rep


CrossFit-style Inchworms


Legless Rope Climb, Handstand Walks, and more. Rain showers don't stop a workout at Reebok HQ. Plus CrossFit Games athletes get a personal handstand workshop and legless rope climbing tutorial from Olympic gymnast.



Be More Human.

That's a fitting, flawless slogan for Reebok's partnerships with CrossFit, UFC, Ragnar, and YOU. Those three words really sum up why each of us gets up and trains hell or high water, why we dare to dream ourselves stronger, and then do what's necessary to get there.