In CrossFit, Brooke is accustomed to warming up and instantly competing, nevertheless, she tells us that filming a aggressive recreation present is barely completely different.
All the things is shot in a single take as an unscripted actuality collection, however Brooke generally needed to heat up, understanding she won’t play instantly because of a delay within the schedule… which meant she must heat up once more.
“… The extra I do with TV, you be taught that when they’re prepared for you, you gotta be prepared, however additionally they may let you know ‘OK we’re going right now,’ and that point turns into for much longer,” she shared. “So we’ve to heat up, stretch out, heat up and be able to go zero to 100 every recreation — they’re not lengthy drawn out video games — they’re very quick, explosive, high-intensity… and also you’re chasing individuals! So, you by no means actually can plan for what precisely you’re going to do. You type of must be prepared for every thing.”
“The toughest half was all of the instances the place you get type of chilly ready, and then you definately re-warm up, and then you definately wait once more, and then you definately gotta go on the market and also you gotta carry out, and there’s no actual redos,” Brooke added. “So we had groups of those that have been serving to with the athletes and the opponents, assist us with some bodywork, and type of preserve everybody wholesome and shifting which was actually cool.”