Top 10 Episodes of Pursuing Health

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We are gearing up to celebrate the 100th episode of Pursuing Health!  THANK YOU so much for your support!  Tune in next week for the BIG 100, where I’ll be answering YOUR questions, Q+A style.  In the meantime, check out some of the highlights from the past three years by listening to one of our top 10 most listened to episodes:

Ep 56 – Katrín Davíðsdóttir and Ben Bergeron on the Process of Creating a Champion

Ep 63 – Sara Sigmundsdottir on finding her happy place

Ep 29 – Dave Castro on applying lessons learned as a SEAL, his daily routine, and directing the CrossFit Games

Ep 84 – Chasing Excellence with Ben Bergeron


Ep 65 – Rory McKernan: CrossFit Games Update Show Host

Ep 72 – Finding Balance with Two-time Third Fittest Man Patrick Vellner

Ep 52b – Tia-Clair Toomey on realizing her CrossFit and Olympic dreams and finding confidence

Ep 69 – From “Obese to Beast” with John Glaude

Ep 35 – Coach Greg Glassman on CrossFit, Chronic Disease, and the “5 Buckets of Death”

Ep 49 – Ben Smith on why he trains and the evolution of The CrossFit Games



2016’s Most Popular Pursuing Health Podcast Episodes

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As we narrow in on 2017 and a new group of Pursuing Health podcast guests, it’s time to take a look back at 2016’s most popular episodes. Leading the most listened to podcasts of this year are CrossFit Founder and CEO Greg Glassman and CrossFit Games Director Dave Castro. Pat Sherwood and James Hobart provide insight from their extensive experience on the CrossFit Seminar Staff as well as with CrossFit Media and CrossFit Games competition, respectively. My first live episode, which was recorded at the 2016 CrossFit Games with Bob Harper, avid CrossFit fan and host of The Biggest Loser, rounds out the top 5 most listened to episodes. If you or someone you know has a unique story of using lifestyle to overcome a health challenge, please send me your information at and I’ll consider featuring you on an episode in 2017!



3. Bob Harper on CrossFit, The Biggest Loser, and prioritizing health

TRAIN On The Go This Holiday Season

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As we near the height of the holiday season and the stresses of travel or juggling extra obligations, it is all too easy to fall out of our normal workout routines. It’s important to stay active amidst this chaos, and that’s exactly why I partnered with Beyond the Whiteboard to create TRAIN On The Go. One- or two-week programs feature workouts that can be done anywhere with no equipment. Pre-programmed timers keep you on track from warm-up to cool-down and all sessions can be done in less than 30 minutes, leaving with you with time to shower and make the party on time!

To check it out, head to Beyond The Whiteboard and scroll to the bottom of the page under “Athlete Plans.”

Be sure to tag #TRAINOTG so I can share your holiday workout posts.

Cheers to prioritizing our fitness this holiday season!