2. On using CrossFIt to up their game
Both athletes turn to CrossFit for off-season conditioning to perform their best. “My training used to be there, but not as consistent,” Trunzo says. “This year, I’ve amped it up even more. I go to the skate park at least twice a week, hit the skating treadmill at least once a week, and go to a CrossFit gym six times a week with trainers who really know what they’re doing.”
Naasz has also amped up his training with CrossFit, and says he makes adjustments each season to keep his fitness level on point.
“Lately, I’ve been trying to pull from different aspects of fitness the way CrossFit athletes do,” Naasz says. “They don’t just have a weightlifting coach; there’s an Olympic lifting coach, someone for endurance, someone for nutrition. I’ve been learning from the CrossFit community how to pick and choose what’s best for me, and what will help me become the most well-rounded athlete.”
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