Athlete: Adrian Bozman
- Northern California
- 165 lb
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How I Eat
How I Train
I workout mostly at home, work, or a traditional gym
I write my own programming
Catch as catch can!
My Athletic Background
A bit of this and a bit of that as a young man.
My Experience With CrossFit
I began CrossFit by trying it alone (without a coach)
I have completed the CrossFit Level 1 certificate course
I have attended one or more specialty courses
I have had a life changing experience due to CrossFit
I train other people
My Work/Rest Schedule
I usually only do 1 workout a day
How long have you been doing CrossFit?
Go backstage with Camille Leblanc-Bazinet, Annie Thorisdottir, Sam Briggs, as well as several athletes and the Games crew while they prep for the announcement of Workout 15.5—the final for the 2015...
Video, Posted Fri, 04.10.15
In 2014, the only competitors going to the CrossFit Games are those who qualify at regionals—no special invitations, no past-champ rule, no wild cards. In the Central East Region, that means only the...
Video, Posted Mon, 07.14.14
CrossFit feels slightly different in Asia, according to Adrian Bozman. “The spirit here is ridiculous. People are just so fired up,” said Bozman, head judge at the Asia Regional in Korea. “It kinda...
Video, Posted Thu, 06.19.14
Tovar vs. Pichelli? Froning vs. Khalipa vs. Holmberg? No, the real competition was Bozman vs. McKernan. Continuing their tradition of going head-to-head in the CrossFit Games Open, host Rory McKernan...
Video, Posted Wed, 04.23.14
What’s Rich Froning doing? Well, if it’s less than three hours before the live announcement of Open Workout 14.5, he’s repeatedly deadlifting 465 lb. at a San Francisco hotel. Catch all the behind-...
Video, Posted Fri, 04.04.14
Video, Posted Thu, 03.27.14
The mild climate and beautiful geography means San Franciscans enjoy being active and outdoorsy. A perfect—maybe foggy—storm for CrossFit. Photos by Matt Bischel San Francisco,...
Article, Posted Wed, 03.26.14
Six minutes and 39 seconds was exactly how long Scott Panchik and Josh Bridges had to draft a game plan at CrossFit Bellevue for Open Workout 14.4. Six minutes and 39 seconds was...
Article, Posted Thu, 03.20.14
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