Hosts Scott Switzer and Cat Scherer get the story behind the story when fitness has transformed someone's life. Many of the stories you see in documentary form or on social media can only touch on the highlights of the amazing stories where people have changed their lives. We will give these stories the time they need to give the complete picture. All the struggles, hurdles and obstacles that have lead to their greatest success.
Just Released Episode 2
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Back in March of 2018, the CrossFit Journal published an article entitled, "Earned Organic Armor Withstands 40 MPH Car Strike". We were intrigued to discover how Rileigh Denis miraculously survived this potentially fatal pedestrian accident in 2016. We wanted to hear more about the accident and learn about what's been going on with Rileigh since all that. Rileigh talks about how little she remembers about the accident, her background with CrossFit and how she finds the strength and fortitude today to battle a new diagnosis of a rare form of Leukemia. Cat gets a lesson in essential oils, and in typical BTJ fashion, we get more than we bargained for by going behind the story and finding out what's next for Rileigh and her family.
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So many more inspirational Stories!
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We catch up with Justin Gehrt and fill in the gaps from his documentary "The Day Fat Justin Died!" We talk about his feelings leading up to his major transformation, His alcohol use, the crash that changed his life, what it took to make the change, the surgery to finish the transformation, and how he is now a box owner and married to his amazing wife.
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Tricia grew up as a competitive cheerleader and that is how she met her husband. When they had their first child Bronson, he was born with a traumatic brain injury! Bronson was going to need everything his mom had and more. After years of doing everything in her power, she discovered CrossFit and that gave her so much more! It gave her the strength to be able to carry her child who needed her, and maybe even bigger a community that accepted her with open arms and wanted to help lift her and her family up. It became a happy place for Tricia and surprisingly Bronson as well. The noise of the gym became a comfort to him and the family could enjoy CrossFit together.