Fittest On Earth: A Decade of FitnessHD Closed Captioning
Heber Cannon, Mariah Moore, Marston Sawyers & Ian Wittenber
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About the Movie
The 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games were a grueling five-day, 15-event test to find the fittest man and woman on Earth. "Fittest on Earth: A Decade of Fitness" follows the dramatic story of the top athletes who qualified and competed and offers an inside look at what it takes to be among the world's elite athletes, both in training and on the competition floor. The CrossFit Games challenge competitors to perform intense physical tasks, but the hardest part is sometimes mental. Athletes often learn the details of the events only minutes before they begin, and everyone handles the pressure differently. Which of these fierce competitors will rise to the top and earn the title of Fittest on Earth?
Thorough & Exciting!
I don't understand why people who won't/don't enjoy or have actual interest in Crossfit are watching this just to be naysayers. Move your soapbox over please.
The culture of this sport is contagious and I eagerly awaited the release of this doc. I've watched the previous one at least 5 times and this one exposes deeper layers of the athlete and the Games. What better way to work yourself up for the last couple Open workouts!
Fraser dottir documentary
I'll say that I like the movie but believe it could/should be done better. If you were not into Crossfit and watched this documentary you'd think that there were only ten athletes competing at the games. I find the love for the top athletes nauseating. I get it they're great but so are the others that made the games and they are pretty much snubbed in games coverage and again in this film. I'm getting pretty tired of watching the same 5 athletes all the time even though I appreciate how good they are I believe the other athletes don't get near the recognition they deserve.
Future broken bodies
To be fair crossfit is an exciting and a high energy test as to who is the fittest for the year...but it is a vanity that will cost the participants physical, mental, and emotional pain and brokenness in years to come. This so-called sport does not permit the body recovery time and it keeps the body at unsustainable levels - which the body was never meant for without adequate recovery time. And after working the body for so long at those levels, when retired it will breakdown in ways that was never anticipated.
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