“I have not been able to tie my shoes since 2006… I can tie my shoes now.” – CrossFit HQ Comes Through With Another Powerful Short

August 05, 2015

Meet Constance Tillett, a 76 year old diabetic with arthritis and a heart condition. This is one of the short films CrossFit HQ was playing at the Games on the jumbotron, and it’s another powerful reminder of the many things we love about this whole exercise thingy.


Directed by Robin Comisar
Director of Photography Matt Clegg
Edited by Joe Simons
Original Score by Edo Van Breemen
Audio Mix by Jonathan Shenkie

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