Audrey Kay Ross | Battling Demons – Iron Crew Podcast Episode 30


2018 Miss Arkansas Figure Gold Medalist Audrey Kay Ross is a huge advocate for all things physical, psychological, and emotional health.  Audrey opens up all of her vulnerabilities as we discuss coping mechanisms to help with depression and anxiety, common body image issues, and being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). She also talks about the difference between overeating and a binge, restricting calories vs fasting, and creating a healthy relationship with food.  

Before their conversation, Danny explains how he is a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), his thoughts on CrossFit Open 19.2, and why staying off of an injured body part may be detrimental to your recovery.  He also dives into the question of whether or not to repeat a CrossFit Open workout.  Danny then answers a listener question: What is the difference between aerobic, anaerobic, and weight lifting conditioning and how do I improve each?

If you want to skip around, here is where you can find each segment.  Enjoy!

1:57 – What is a Highly Sensitive Person?

5:39 – How to train through an injury

10:32 – When should you repeat a CrossFit Open workout?

14:56 – Danny’s predictions for Open 19.3

18:22 – What is the difference between aerobic, anaerobic, and weightlifting conditioning and how to improve each?

27:22 – How to get the freshest coffee on the planet

28:38 – Conversation with Audrey Kay Ross

1:19:32 – Closing

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