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Interview With CrossFit Games Athlete Brooke Wells

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I had heard amazing things about not only the company's results, but the awesome people that work there! I wanted to lean up to improve my performance.

Interview With Olympic Weightlifter Jaci Alberts-Long

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I decided to join Team WAG after not having much success with other nutrition programs. I needed to make weight for Nationals in May and had steadily gained since Nationals the year before. I wanted to find a program that worked for me, didn't make me crazy, and could last passed Nationals was over.

Interview With CrossFit Games Athlete Brooke Ence

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I needed to work with someone new, I had experience with a coach and enough experience to take care of myself but I needed someone that could take the stress of weight, measurements and macros off of my plate. I tend to get overly focused on those things and then the added stress spills over into my training and that wasn't good for me and my goals.

A TeamWAG Couple Interview: John & Katie Taylor

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I actually joined WAG twice. The first time I wasn't committed. The second time I was. Both times I joined because I reached a point in my training that I wasn't seeing the fat loss I was hoping to. At that time I had already built the habit of weight training 4 days a week but six months later I was definitely stronger but not much leaner. With my stubborn fat, you could argue that I kind of looked bigger. I realized then that the only way I could get where I wanted to be was to get super serious about my diet. One of my best friends Pat Mendes, who’s a former Olympic lifter, recommended I use WAG. Within my first few weeks at WAG I started to see my goals trending in the right direction and knew that I had made the right decision.

Interview With Olympic Rower Jeanine Gmelin

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Before I competed in the Olympics in 2016 I was already asking myself what changes I can make to get out the most of the next quadrennial. I compete in the heavyweight category, which means I do not have to be at a certain weight, but I am really small compared to all the tall girls around me, so I have to have the best power to weight ratio. I heard about WAG for the first time on Instagram and I tried to figure out as much as possible about the program. The amazing results I saw from professional athletes as well as “normal“ people was the reason I finally decided to give it a go. And it was one of the best decisions I could’ve made.
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