Creating a “Competitive Cauldron”: Bergeron Invites Barnhart and Kwant To Train at CFNE

January 5, 2021 by
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Over the years, we’ve seen different crews pop up to give athletes a place to train and push one another. In Cookeville TN, Rich Froning created the Mayhem Crew. More recently, in Vegas, Justin Cotler’s athletes came together over quarantine, and most recently, the PRVN crew has begun to assemble in Nashville. But 2021 marked the beginning of another training mecca at the CompTrain headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts.

One big thing: CrossFit New England, the home of CompTrain, has long been the training center for some of the greatest CrossFit athletes of all time. Since 2015, two-time fittest woman on earth has made it her home and CompTrain founder and owner Ben Bergeron has made a conscious effort over the years to bring his athletes together through intermittent training camps over the course of the season. However, there has never been a permanent team of athletes training full time out of the facility. This year, that will change, as CompTrain brings out two-time CrossFit Games athlete Amanda Barnhart and second fittest man on earth Samuel Kwant as well as another, as yet unnamed competitor.

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