Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Ya know it’s nice to not have to always be craning around trying to look at the clock, like thinking how much more do I have, and how long till I go. Count down, count up, you can focus on what you’re doing, not keeping track. My name’s Mathew Fraser. I’m from Colchester, Vermont. I’ve been doing Crossfit for about two years. I Googled Crossfit in Vermont and Champlain Valley CrossFit popped up. Tabata is four minutes of interval training. Twenty seconds on, ten seconds off. You can do the same movement for all four minutes or you can pick a different movement every, every twenty seconds. (Tabata Songs Music Begins) Welcome to Tabata. Here we go in Five. Four. Three. Two. One. Go! Three, two, one, stop! I like Crossfit because it’s different every single day. There is not a single workout that's gonna be the same. You can take it as seriously as you want, or you can take it as casually as you want. For ten years before Crossfit I was a competitive Olympic style weightlifter and retired from that and just kind of fell into Crossfit by mistake. When I came from Olympic style weightlifting you knew Mondays were squat and snatch day. You knew Tuesday was pull and deadlift day. Crossfit is different every day.