On this episode of Road to the Games, watch Brooke Ence and Josh Bridges fight for a ticket to Carson, California, to compete on the big stage. In 2015, her rookie year at the Games, Ence finished 14th and picked up two event wins along the way, while Bridges failed to qualify out of last year’s California Regional, placing sixth.
This year’s regional presented a whole new challenge for both Ence and Bridges, and nothing was guaranteed as they competed against arguably the most competitive field in CrossFit.
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21:15 Ence's husband is giving himself SO MUCH GRIEF over trying to be supportive. Dude, you were being a good husband. You weren't being stupid. Good for you for supporting your wife, BUT DAMN she steamrolled you HARD.
All you people that are saying she is a bitch for treating her husband like that....I guess you have not seen many other videos of them together. Also remember she is in competition and stressed out. By the way I would like to see how top elite male athletes treat their wives...not much differently and many people understand that and let it roll off their shoulders. I highly doubt many of her detractors would call the male athletes douche bags for treating their wives like that in the heat of the moment. You possibly would be telling her to leave him alone and let his coach deal with it. He also knew what he was getting into when he married her and those types of reactions are part of it. Who knows how she apologized to him after. And those who feel she needs a good fucking for being upset, maybe you guys need a good punch to the throat for being unadulterated assholes.
What a gross selfish b#&ch that woman is! She hugs her useless coach (who is probably banging her on the side) more passionately than when she hugs her husband.
The other girls seem way stronger emotionally and mentally at least. At the end of each event, they smile, laugh, hug and congratulate one another and seem genuinely happy for one another, while Brooke always seems in need of some outside emotional support from either her coach or her husband.
...As for the husband, you are not a husband. You're just her assistant who preps her meals, wash her clothes, carry her bags, take care of the dog and pay her bills who she'll get rid of as soon as she gets more fame...So stop being a WUSS!! and tell her: "Where's my dinner, BITCH??" In other words, get rid of her before she gets rid of you!!
It's sad to see you all bashing her on her demeanor while being an athlete. Most of you being negative and disgusting are either divorced, or not married at all. There's a balance you all do not see here. She's stressed the fuck out in these workouts and events, and her being so and so with her husband is quite humorous. It's a part of being married. You're not always going to want to hear what your husband or wife has to say. It's natural!! Going to her coach for counsel and not her husband is because she needs that secondary source and mindset to keep her in the competition than her husband distracting her with affection. Many angles to look at this in a positive manner gentlemen. You all saying this and that about her goes to show your macho fulfilled bullshit of a life and state of mind. Grow the fuck up!
I can see why a lof people can dislike Brooke , but , she's in such deep mental competitive focus in regionals ( competing ) that she fr can't let ANYONE or ANYTHING distract her from her already fixed psychological n mental stand point of it . a lot of major big name athletes are that way , n their partners understand the process of it . pretty sure Brooke's husband already knows what's up , yet he still lets his presence be felt regardless how brooke takes . think this vid kinda miss guides her n their relationship a bit . Josh's tha mannnn thoughhh , beast ass mf lol
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