Athlete: Jeremy Wakefield
- 195 lb
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I sadly had my heartbroken last year when I found out the "weekly" Open workouts don't actually give you a week to complete them. Instead, Dave Castro and those other sonsabitches at Crossfit HQ want the WOD done all in one try!! Who do they think I am, little Richard Simmons??
Anywho, I've regrouped and have a new game plan for 2015. I've hired a strength and conditioning coach (he teaches cribbage and how to blow smoke rings down at the legion), a nutritionist (her name is Madge and she works at a bakery close by the bicycle shop where I get my tires rotated, she make the best damn cream puffs you've ever eaten, I can't get enough of them) and a sports psychologist (he's just my regular psychologist I've had since I was six....thanks a lot uncle Larry).
This year my goal is pretty simple. Be the best damn crossfitnesser in the world! I know what you're thinking, this guy sounds awesome, he's good looking and he has the dream team of coaches behind him; hell, he might even be the batman, but is he truly motivated? The answer my friends is that my step parents have said I can come home for Christmas this year if I win the $250 G's and bring some of that sweet sugar home with me. So I guess I have to say YES, I'm more than a little jacked to get this open out of the way so I can get to regionals then the games and then back into the angry embrace of my estranged step parents. See you at Christmas Momma Gladys and Pappa Pervis!
How I Eat
I eat whatever is convenient
How I Train
I workout mostly at a CrossFit Affiliate
My Athletic Background
I played youth or high school level sports
My Experience With CrossFit
I began CrossFit with a coach (e.g. at an affiliate)
My Work/Rest Schedule
I typically rest 4 or more days per month
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