The Try Guys Try CrossFit

The Try Guys Try CrossFit


– I burned a calorie! – [JP] Shake it off for a bit, Keith. – Oh my thighs. Oh no, I’m gonna do the
thing where the bar goes up? Oh that’s my biggest fear. (upbeat club music) (mellow rock music) How’s it going? – [JP] How’s it going, Keith? – Thanks for having me. – Of course. First time crossfitting? – Yeah. – [JP] You got it Keith! – Oh, I can’t get me heals out. (grunting) It kinda looks like a prison yard workout. (laughing) If I’m being honest. What is crossfit? – Functional fitness. You have Olympic weight lifting, you have gymnastics, you have endurance. – What’s she doing? Can’t do any of those
things but keep going. (laughing) – That’s what we’re here for. – Okay. – We teach you how to do that. (determined rock music) – Hey man, what’s up, Zach. – Zach, JP. – Nice to meet you.
– Nice to meet you. – I brought my other weak buddy. (laughing) – So give me 10 sit ups, go. – [Zach] I don’t know
how to, I know like– – Sit ups or crunches? – However you guys are doing it at home. – I don’t, what you do you mean at home? I don’t. (laughing) – [Keith] When I was in high school, I was in a weights class
at the high school. – Okay. – The only other people in that
class was the football team. So I think I’ve always operated from a place of intimidation. – [Ned] You guys are getting
so high up off the ground. – Fuck you, Ned. (laughing) Like, really? – I asked if crunches,
crunches are different. – Remember the thing we said
about people ridiculing us. – Sorry, sorry, sorry. – I think another fear is the
times I’ve been in classes I felt the teacher is putting
us all at the same base level that I didn’t feal I was at. – [JP] Right. – And that made me more
insecure about my ability level. – And that’s totally understandable. – What is, Rachel? (laughing) – [Rachel] I sat on the bike, I’m sorry. – When people come in here,
they always say the same thing, do I have to be fit to be doing this? I think it’s the best platform for anyone that’s trying
to get into fitness, right, ’cause everything is scalable. If this is too hard, right, and you’re starting to break, you’re creating bad
habits in the beginning and we don’t want that. It is more valuable to
go here X amount of times and then as you get stronger in that, all right, Keith, let’s
try it now five here. It’s also great to see
people make that transition from not working out to getting confident and now its just part of their life. – Whoo.
– Whoo. – Yeah! (laughing) – So, here is your workout. 500 meter row. – You guys measure in meters here, I thought this was America. – Yeah, you can check that. – 20 push-ups and 10 ring rows. – What the fucks a ring row? – [JP] That’s the one you did earlier. – [Zach} Oh. – Yeah! – [JP] Pull-ups. – Can you write that as goofy pull up, just so we know what’s going on. – Oo, I love the extra oo. – Wow, oo! – [Zach And Keith] Goofy pull-ups. (laughing) – Sounds like if it
were a children cereal. – [JP] You have a nine minute cap. – [Keith] For each thing? – [JP] For everything. – How are you gonna do
all that in nine minutes? – You’ll surprise yourself. Three, two, one, go play. (dramatic music) Drive it Keith, let’s go. What made you decide to try it out? – I’m 31, I have never
had a fitness routine. – [JP] Breath through it, pace through it. – You know, eventually your
body doesn’t work for you. – [JP] Right. – It starts to work against you if you don’t take care of it. – Nice and easy. – All right. – And, you’re done, come up. (gasping for air) – That was so hard. You know, you see lots
of people at age 50 or 60 having heart attacks, I even
had someone on my Facebook feed who probably has similar health to me who had a heart attack and he’s 33. (gasping) That’s very scary. – Right, right. – And I think maybe that was
one of the insighting incidents of I should change my lifestyle so I don’t have that situation. – Come on, two more Keith, two more. Good, one more Keith. – [Rachel] Yeah! – All right, on your back Keith. – [Ned] Yeah, okay, let’s go, let’s go! (heavy breathing) – When you get stronger, right, you get more confident and a lot of times
that’s the missing piece, making that initial step. – Oh yeah, got it. – What else, what can do, what have we? – [Ned] 20 push-ups. – What did we just? – [Ned] 20 push-ups. – Why don’t we just do
plank, huh, just do plank. – It’s either this
crossfit or something else. It doesn’t have to be this. – Yeah. – But you’re doing a change. (grunting) Good, relax, done. (laughing) – Do you think he called
them goofy pull-ups ’cause he knew we’d never get there? (laughing) – Nowhere even near, push-ups
are totally impossible after being so warn out. – Considering I work
out a lot more than you, I do yoga and physical therapy, you’re not far behind me. – All right, nice, I’m
almost as good as a guy with a crippling disease. (laughing) (mellow rock music) – So today we’re gonna do a crossfit class with a whole bunch of other people. It’s an after work class, so there’s gonna be a lot of people. – Shit. – And they are probably
gonna be pretty fit ’cause a lot of them will come every day. – Going to a place where a
lot of people are strong, in a class, is very intimidating. I will be the weakest link, I will be the person
pulling the class down. – But, you’ve got me and
the other Try Guys with you, even though there might be
people that look intimidating, it’s a family atmosphere. – We have guests, Ned
brought his friends, be nice. (laughing) – I’m glad that the
other Try Guys are here, although two are them
are stronger than me. (chuckling) – Now, what I want you
guys to do is partner up, grab a 25 pound plate. What we’re gonna do is
we’re gonna do a relay. Partner A will grab the
weight, walk over to the cones, or run and then once you
get back to your partner you’re gonna switch. We’re gonna do as many rounds
as possible for three minutes. Three, two, rock it out, one, go! That’s it, walk it, good. Walk or run, walk or run. And then turn. (laughing) Go! – [Keith] Before Wes. – [Ned] Before Wes. – [Keith] How often were you coming here? – [Ned] Probably about three times a week. – [Keith] When? – When?
– Yeah. – 6:45 AM, that was the
only time I had time. (groaning) – [Ned] Oh, look at that
boy run, look at him. – [JP] That’s it. – Way to go, Ned! – [JP] Let’s go, let’s go. – Now, 6:45 AM is baby time but I’m hoping to get back into it. – [JP] Four, three, two, one, head back. – 13. – [Ned] Okay, cool. – Today’s workout strength portion is a 10 minutes every other
minute on the minute. Okay, so every two minutes we’re gonna do two push jerks at 75%. – Push jerks? – Push jerks. So that’s what’s happening. – You push jerks. – Here you’re gonna dip, gonna go under that bar. – This feels ridiculous. – So the reason why we use PVC pipes, if you can’t do it well with this thing, then there’s no point to do it in the bar. So I don’t want to see, that or that, okay. I want to see this. And go. (feet stomping) Awesome. Get your head through. (loud exhaling) Good.
– Yeah, what? – A lot of times people do this. – Yeah, I would expect to do this, ’cause why would you want to
give yourself a guillotine. Literally it’s like, all
right, (imitating gagging). – [JP] Right, right, right. – ‘Cause that happens,
I bet that’s happened. – Not here. – Of course it’s happen. – I don’t know. – Mistakes always happen,
people make mistakes, we’re only human. – If you’re not very comfortable
doing push jerks, right, we scale down with a push press. – Push presses.
– Push press. – Push presses.
– Push presses. – Push presses.
– Yeah. – Those are hard to say. – Yeah. And press, overhead, head through. Good, and back down. – I really don’t want to uppercut myself, that’s my biggest fear (laughing) is upper cutting myself
with a big ole 40 pound bar. – I’ve seen upper cut, yeah. (laughing) Get a good feel of the movement first and if you feel like your
form is compromised, stop. You have four minutes
to your working weight. There you go. – [Ned] Yeah.
(group cheering) – Wow!
– Feel that difference? – [Ned] There we go, Keith. – Right, okay, one more time, ready, go. Good and back down. – I feel like that’s as heavy
as I’ll be able to sustain. – Let’s go with at 2.5. – Yeah. – To 2.5 there, add a 2.5. – You’re gonna add? – Yes. – I thought we were go down, okay, well. Let’s go up, let’s keep going. – Go up, baby. – Man, this is the hardest part. – [JP] Three, two, one– – That was a warm-up? – [JP] Let’s go Keith. – [Zach] Now he’s doing
the same thing again? – High elbows. (dramatic music) That a boy, good. (grunting) Good, use those legs. Jump it up. (grunting) – Keith’s crushing it. – [Ned] Yeah. – [Zach] My hero. – Going for it. – [Zach] You’re a mad man. – This is what he told me to do. – I’m not gonna lie, Keith, the way that you’re intimidated
by other people at the gym, I’m now intimidated by you. (grunting) – I’m screaming just like I knew I would. – Nice job. – Oh my God. – [JP] Zach! – 35. – [JP] Eugene? – 95. – [JP] Keith? – 65! – [JP] That a boy! – [Keith] What’s an RFT? – Rounds for time. – Rounds for time. – Time, mm-hmm, so four rounds. – Okay, that didn’t really
clear anything up for me. (laughing) – [JP] If you’re not doing GHD sit ups. – I don’t know what he’s saying. – None of us do. – Your scale will be weighted sit ups. Of lunging– – 50 feet of lunging. – You’re lunging, with weight, right. In your shoulders, through your side, rear sandbags, think fun, right. – You guys love sand bags. – I know. – I don’t get it. And then 15 sit ups. – [JP] Yep. – And you do that four times. – Four times.
– In 12 minutes. – Yeah.
– I can do that. – Yeah.
(snapping) – I can do that.
– Easy. – No problem. (dramatic music) – [JP] Up, good. – Because everybody’s doing
different levels of workout it was harder for me to look at them and compare them to myself because some of them had 100 pounds, some of them had 50 pounds, some of them had 20 pounds, and they were all sort of struggling the same amount. So it kind of looked like we
were all doing the same thing. Whereas when I go to ab workout classes, I just have to give up a lot earlier than some people who can do it forever and then I’m sitting there
thinking about how I can’t do it while I see other people succeed. Doing it with friends is
definitely a lot better than doing it alone. Everybody’s got different goals, you’re just trying to meet your own goals and it’s a supportive environment. – [JP] 10, done. (applauding and cheering) 11 to one. – You think that other
people are judging you but it’s really just I’m judging me. – What, what, your mind was blown? – Blown! – Yeah! I’m so proud of Keith, he was– – The form was excellent. – [Ned] Yeah. – It was great to have
the other guys there, Zach and I both learned
how to do the jerk, we didn’t really do the
jerks but we did jerky stuff. Watching Eugene do it,
it was kind of like, Jesus Christ Eugene, he’s was like push, oh my God, I just tried to bend my knees. Oh, they hurt so much. At times it got a little
too Disney channel, I didn’t need people clapping
for the end of my workout. It’s like you did it, you little weakling. But yeah, having a little
group every so often you could check in with each
other, I thought it was great. Yeah! We did it. – Yeah, crossfit. – We tried crossfit. (upbeat rock music) Whoa! – [Ned] Whoa! – Whoo-hoo! Wow, that’s better than I’ve
ever done in my entire life.