Gymnastics with Terry Crews | Kevin Hart: What The Fit Episode 9 | Laugh Out Loud Network - YoutubeRandom

Gymnastics with Terry Crews | Kevin Hart: What The Fit Episode 9 | Laugh Out Loud Network

Kevin Hart and Terry Crews push the not-so-limber limits of flexibility with help from the unlikeliest of coaches.

Kevin Hart: What The Fit is a brand new unscripted comedy starring Kevin Hart and celebrity guests. In each episode, Kevin invites his friends to join him in taking on a different whacky workout from sumo wrestling with Conan O'Brien to goat yoga with Khloé Kardashian and cowboy rodeo-ing with Leslie Jones. New episode every Thursday and bonus footage every Monday!

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Executive Producers
MATT KUNITZ
PIP WELLS
REBECCA SHUMSKY QUINN
DAVID SHUMSKY
MARK HARRIS
JEFF CLANAGAN
KEVIN HART

Co-Executive Producers
MATT KAYE
D. MAX PORIS

Hosted By
KEVIN HART

Guest Starring
TERRY CREWS

Directed By
ALEX VAN WAGNER

Supervising Producer
APRIL JONES

Line Producer
RACHEL KIELBORN

Producers
NICK ALARCON
KRISTINA GOROLEVICH
RYAN O'LEARY JONES
CANDICE C. WILSON

Story Producer
SEAN MCGANN

Editor
KAREN SEGAL

Comedy Producers
JASON BICE
HARRY RATCHFORD

Associate Producers
JADA BATES
JEREMY CONNORS
SCOTT MARTIN

Associate Director
JASON EDWARDS

Stage Manager
WOLFGANG DELGADO

Director of Photography
TIM MURPHY

Audio Supervisor
CURTIS ROHM

Production Designer
RYAN FAUGHT

Talent Casting By
JB TALENT

Production Manager
MCKENZIE HANSON

Post Production Supervisor
LINDSAY HEMPEL

Camera Operators
RUBEN AVENDANO
IVAN DURAN
RICHARD "RICKY" MARTINEZ
MALCOLM SERRETTE
MARQUES SMITH

Lead Camera Assistant
JEREMIAH THORNE

Camera Assistants
ANDRES CUEVAS
DAVE HAWES
TERRANCE LOFTON JR.

Tech Supervisor
ED DANIELIAN

Tech Department
MIKE DELLAMONICA
DAN FERRIS

Still Photographer
MIKE WEAVER

Media Manager
ANDREW CURTIS

Audio Mixers
ANGELO CAVUOTO
ROBERT MATTHEWS
FRANK MONTES
NATE NADELL

Gaffer
AJ TAYLOR

Best Boy
DANNY VINCENT

Key Grip
ROLAND MARTINEZ

Electricians
NATE BECK
ERIK GONZALES
MONTE TAYLOR

Grip
MARK VENEZIA

Lead Man
KEVIN MINCIN

Set Dressers
RILEY CRAPPER
MARSHALL KING

Production Manager
STEVEN PONCE

Production Accountant
SHARON PACK

Production Associate
MICHAEL A. ROWE

Talent Producer
ASHLEY RHORER

Talent Manager
DOMINICK MERONE

Talent Associate
MARLENA HALLER

Wardrobe
ASHLEY NORTH
DARI SETTEL

Makeup
MICHELLE DEMILT

Location Manager
CARLYN COUCH

Key Assistant Location Manager
CLAY DODDER

Assistant Location Manager
SHERRY ROLDAN

Drivers
JONATHAN ANDERSON
CHRIS CLARK

Set Medic
JOHN AUSTIN

Craft Services
ANTONIO MARCOS

Lead Assistant Editor
CHRIS HICKS

Assistant Editor
ALEX GILBERT

Music Supervisor
RICK KRIMBEL

Colorist
TAL, C.S.I.

Online Editor
JOSIAH COHEN

Re-Recording Mixer
TERRANCE DWYER, C.A.S.

Music By
KILLER TRACKS
SIGNATURE TRACKS

Graphics By
MIDNIGHT SHERPA

Production Assistants
AARON BELL
JEFF DODSON
EKKO GAHA
STEPHEN GARONE
JOHNNY GOMEZ
DAVE KERN
EVAN NELSON
STEPHANIE SINGER
SCOTT WHITEMAN

Production Legal
RAYMOND LEGAL, P.C.

Special Thanks
BLUEPRINT POST PRODUCTION
BRUCE'S CATERING
C-MOUNT INDSUTRIES
GYMNASTICS OLYMPICA USA
ILLUMINAR
MIXERS POST SOUND SERVICES
THE BOSCHETTI GROUP
VER EQUIPMENT RENTALS

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