CrossFit Movie – “Every Second Counts”(June 14 in Vancouver)


It has arrived! The Crossfit movie “Every Second Counts”!

Every Second Counts takes an inside look at the CrossFit culture and community, where time on a stopwatch reigns as the supreme measure of performance. Those who reach the elite ranks in the burgeoning sport of CrossFit push themselves beyond limitations imposed by the mind and flirt with the limits of physical capacity. Human perseverance has never voluntarily gone this far.

The film chronicles the dramatic journey of five athletes as they prepare for and compete in the most comprehensive test of fitness on the planet, the CrossFit Games. The road to this grueling two-day program of extreme challenges reveals what it takes to be the best in the world. The climactic finish, with its surprising turn of events, shows beyond any doubt that the winner of the CrossFit Games is the fittest person on earth.

Tickets and information

Those interested in attending, post to comments and we will make it a group outing!

“Every Second Counts” CrossFit Movie – Canada Screening – June 14 & 15

posted on 2011.06.01, under Video

In the summer of 2008, my buddy Carey Peterson and I,  made a movie about the fittest people on the planet and the competition that proves it all, the “CrossFit Games”.  We had a great team of support with executive producers, Lauren & Greg Glassman, CrossFit Media Director, Tony Budding and of course, the man himself, CrossFit Games Director,  Dave Castro.

“Every Second Counts” has taken on a life of its own and I feel so fortunate to have had a chance to direct a movie that is supported by one of the greatest communities in the world, the CrossFit community.

Josh Kalef of Vancouver is putting on two screenings.  The details are below.   A few people involved with the movie including myself will be in attendance.  This will be fun!



Pacific Cinematheque 1131 Howe St.    Vancouver,  British Columbia,   Canada

UVic Cinecenta 3800 Finnerty Rd. Victoria,  British Columbia,  Canada

“Every Second Counts” was shot in 4 weeks, using 2 Panasonic 100Bs, 100 hours of footage shot, edited on Final Cut Pro, and spent 4 months in post.