Athlete Profile

Athlete: Lindsey Valenzuela

Lindsey Valenzuela's Profile Picture
Southern California
Autumo CrossFit
150 lb


Filthy 5022:18
Fight Gone Bad415
Sprint 400m1:05
Run 5k21:03
Clean & Jerk255 lb
Snatch200 lb
Deadlift405 lb
Back Squat300 lb
Max Pull-ups40


My name is Lindsey Valenzuela and I have been an athlete all my life. As a child I participated in jazzdance, swam, and played volleyball. My main athletic focus turned to volleyball as I grew into my middle school and high school years. I was fortunate enough to carry my love for the sport of volleyball into a college career at California Lutheran University. It was as a college volleyball player that I discovered Olympic Weightlifing. I used the lifts as my offseason strength program during my college volleyball career. Although my college volleyball career eventually ended my passion to compete did not. The passion for competition led to my start as a competitive Olympic Weightlifter. It was also through Olympic Weightlifting that I stumbled upon the sport of CrossFit. I now use these two sports to satisfy my competitive spirit, and am very thankful for the opportunity to be an elite athlete in both. The motto I swear by is simple, BELIEVE!


How I Eat

I weigh and measure my food

Mike Dolce of The Dolce Diet!

How I Train

I workout mostly at a CrossFit Affiliate

I have a coach who determines my programming

I record my workouts

Coach Dusty Hyland

My Athletic Background

I played youth or high school level sports

I played college sports

Swam in my youth, Volleyball in my teens, High School, and College.

My Experience With CrossFit

I began CrossFit with a coach (e.g. at an affiliate)

I have completed the CrossFit Level 1 certificate course

I have attended one or more specialty courses

My Work/Rest Schedule

I do multiple workouts in a day 3+ times a week

My rest days are active recovery.

How long have you been doing CrossFit?

4+ years

Est. September 2009


Athlete Coverage

"Regional competitions spanned from Australia to Latin America and across the United States and Canada. We now know who will be competing in the 2014 Reebok CrossFit  Games...
Article, Posted Tue, 06.03.14
Voboril, Voigt, Fisher, Leverich, Bridges and Bailey will represent Southern California at the CrossFit Games. First the 2013 CrossFit Games champion, Sam...
Article, Posted Sun, 05.25.14
Voboril and Leverich lead entering the final day of competition in SoCal. Like most of the athletes competing today, Lindsey Valenzuela had her own cheering section. One of her...
Article, Posted Sat, 05.24.14
Voboril and Leverich lead after the first day of competition. In the 2014 Regional season, nothing is guaranteed.   Games veterans Samantha Briggs, Stacie Tovar and...
Article, Posted Fri, 05.23.14
By Megan Mitchell Hang squat snatches, handstand walks, and Nasty Girls V2 start the 2014 Regionals.   Individual Event 1: 1-Rep-Max Hang Squat Snatch It all starts with a 1-rep max...
Video, Posted Mon, 04.28.14
CrossFit Games Update hosts Sean Woodland and Pat Sherwood recap Open Workout 14.5 and the overall Leaderboard on the women's side. 
Video, Posted Wed, 04.02.14
“Our team is comprised of a healthy mix of strength and speed. I truly believe we have the potential to qualify.”   Photos courtesy of Abi Reiland Last year, Iowa teams dominated the...
Article, Posted Tue, 03.18.14
CrossFit Games Update hosts Nicole Christensen and Sean Woodland breakdown the women's Leaderboard after 14.2.
Video, Posted Wed, 03.12.14
"When I tell Kris (Clever) how overwhelming the Games seems, she just says 'Jamie, you can do this. You can do the Games. You can,' and it has really helped my confidence." Photos courtesy...
Article, Posted Thu, 03.06.14
"The Open is an opportunity to test your limits and achieve new fitness goals." Photo by Jennifer Day Photo by Richard Jensen Photo by Chase Smith Landscape photo by Patrick Yeagle...
Article, Posted Wed, 02.26.14