CrossFit Games athlete Cole Sager and his wife Genasee are working on something. As of right now we don’t know exactly what it is, but his hashtags #barbelltalk and #debrief in a recent Instagram post gives the CrossFit community an idea that it could be a couple’s podcast.
Cole has been teasing what’s coming for a while now and we may know sooner rather than later what he and his wife have in store.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a Games athlete and his or her significant other begin a project together.
Late last year, the 2014 CrossFit Games champion Camille Leblanc-Bazinet and her husband Dave Lipson started an athlete development program together called CLB nation through the popular programming app, SugarWOD.
Athlete Development Program is now live!!!!! ' Link in my bio 💕 use code TOP50 for 10$ off for ever for first 50 subscriber!!! ' 🤗I am so excited about this… get coach by me and my husband with the amazing @sugarwod app … keep track of your results with a well balanced program for every level and be part of our online community 🦄💕⭐️️#clbnation @camillelbaz @davefreakinlipson
Back-to-back Games individual men’s champion Mat Fraser and girlfriend Sammy Moniz started an instagram account called Feeding the Frasers. Simply put by Moniz, it’s a “girl who likes to cook hitched to a boy who likes to eat.”
This venture of Games athletes using their platform is a trend that will likely spread as the athletes’ following grows.