EP.06 Neal Maddox | CrossFit Games Athlete & Masters Champion
CrossFit Games Athlete & Masters Champion
AMRAP 30 Minutes | Neal Maddox is an absolute specimen. At the age of 15 years old, he squatted 600lbs. Needless to say he has been training longer, harder, and more consistently than anyone else in the game. Neal is a multi-year CrossFit Games Individual Athlete and Masters Champion in the 40-44 age group. Listen in as Jason and Neal talk about the strategies and mindset Neal employs to stay on top of his game. You won't want to miss what the guys have to say about the sport of fitness, athletes who look for unfair advantages, and what's next for Neal.
Neal Maddox has been coaching and training diverse populations, from professional athletes to people with disabilities, for over twenty years.
Using different training methodologies such as strength and conditioning, CrossFit, and various forms of physical therapy, Neal has been helping others improve their quality of life.
In 2009, Neal heard about CrossFit from a friend, and decided to get his CrossFit Level 1 Certification. Neal was a judge at the 2009 CrossFit Games in Aromas, California. The following year, Neal decided to compete and try to qualify for the CrossFit Games. Over the next six years, Neal qualified for the CrossFit Games; each year being the oldest individual athlete in the open division. Over the first three years of competing, Neal had several training partners including Jason Khalipa, Garrett Fisher, Pat Barber, and Miranda Oldroyd.