Athlete: Doug Chapman
How I Eat
I eat quality foods but don't measure the amount
How I Train
I workout mostly at a CrossFit Affiliate
My Athletic Background
I played college sports
I regularly play recreational sports
My Experience With CrossFit
I began CrossFit by trying it alone (without a coach)
I have attended one or more specialty courses
I train other people
My Work/Rest Schedule
I usually only do 1 workout a day
How long have you been doing CrossFit?
“I don’t want to go to the Games to watch, I want to compete.” Photos by: Kimberly Potterf “When they announced (the new Masters 40-44 Division), I knew right then I would have a...
Article, Posted Wed, 04.17.13
Does "Leaderboarding" hurt or help? Once you get into Leaderboarding, it’s hard to kick the habit. CrossFit Level 1 Seminar Trainer, Doug Chapman, tries to keep his athletes from...
Article, Posted Fri, 03.22.13
“I expect myself to make it this year.” Credit: Kim Potterf Jennifer Osborn isn’t a household name, but she is well known in the Central East. Any Central East fan worth their salt...
Article, Posted Thu, 03.21.13
“The beautiful part of the Open is that everyone has the opportunity to decide whether to pump the brakes or go to a place they’ve never gone before. That’s the spirit of the CrossFit Games...
Article, Posted Fri, 03.01.13
“The team is so much fun and full of awesome people, but I have always wondered if I could have done it alone." After helping the team from CrossFit Maximus place 19th at the 2012...
Article, Posted Sat, 02.23.13
“Each day, my confidence got better. My goal was to make it to the top 12, so coming in third was a bonus.” Competition anxiety got the best of Eric Bartlett during last year’s...
Article, Posted Thu, 02.21.13
“I love encouraging my athletes to grow and challenge themselves and they, in turn, encourage and support me to push myself to my potential.” Just before Christmas, Christine Watts...
Article, Posted Sat, 02.09.13
After months of deliberation, the 23-year-old opted to focus all her attention on medical school. Over the past year, Julie Foucher approached training and competition...
Article, Posted Tue, 10.30.12
Managing stress, anxiety and fear is part of being a competitive athlete. Heather Gillespie made it through the Pendleton race to get back to her comfort zone of brutal, barbell-based...
Article, Posted Wed, 09.26.12
"It's easy to get all wrapped up in Leaderboarding and placement in the Open, but ultimately, you can't let it distract you from your training plan. I am not trying to win the Open. I'm trying...
Article, Posted Wed, 04.25.12
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