Reebok Just Dropped 3 New Videos from the 2015 CrossFit Games

March 03, 2016

If you’re into slow motion fit people looking badass and getting hyped on the CrossFit Games season, then these videos are for you. Reebok just dropped three new edits from the 2015 CrossFit Games to psych you up!


The future of fitness is here. The 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games marked the first time teens aged 14-17 competed in their own division for a chance to be crowned The Fittest Teen on Earth™.

The teens’ involvement in CrossFit has transformed their lives mentally, physically and socially, and will shape the future of the sport moving forward.


Those who are part of the CrossFit community know that absolute strength is just as important as the support you have around you. With the roar of the crowd and a family feel, that sense of community is never more apparent than at the Reebok CrossFit Games.

The 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games brought together athletes as young as 15 with those as old as 50, and the most obvious takeaway from the event was that we are all better together.


Each year in July, a gathering takes place in Southern California. Those who come together are from all walks of life, joining together to support some of the fittest athletes on the planet.

These people don’t come together just for the spectacle – they’re part of it. These are the humans of CrossFit.




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