Athlete Profile

Athlete: Ronnie Teasdale

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Southern California
Mean Streets of Downtown LA
CrossFit Mean Streets
182 lb


Filthy 500:00
Fight Gone Bad413
Sprint 400m0:58
Run 5k17:01
Clean & Jerk275 lb
Snatch240 lb
Deadlift475 lb
Back Squat400 lb
Max Pull-ups65



How I Eat

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Gluten, soy, corn free. All organic Raw dairy when I need calories due to not eating because of schedule. Muscle meat is limited. Organs, glands, tendons, marrow etc... are preferred. Usually eat 6-10 hours after I wake up. I do not believe in breakfast. No expense is spared for quality of food.

How I Train

I workout mostly at a CrossFit Affiliate

I write my own programming

My Athletic Background

I played college sports

Played hockey from 3-23 years old. Didn't really go anywhere to serious. So I moved to California following my passion for fitness. I wanted to be in a place where people cared about health.

My Experience With CrossFit

I began CrossFit by trying it alone (without a coach)

I have completed the CrossFit Level 1 certificate course

I have attended one or more specialty courses

I train other people

Never was a member at an affiliate. I just made my own.

My Work/Rest Schedule

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How long have you been doing CrossFit?

4+ years

Typical CrossFit exercises are done 2-4 months out of the year, during season. The rest of the year I am doing things like yoga, jumping off bridges, biking, pilates, swimming in the ocean etc.... I try and do as much varied form of movement as possible to extract the valuable information away from those sports to make me a more versatile athlete and coach.


Athlete Coverage

  Unlike many athletes at the California Regional, Ronnie Teasdale is not training for the CrossFit Games. “I’m training to be able to do everything,” he said. For Teasdale, “everything”...
Article, Posted Fri, 05.13.16
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
The race between 1st and 2nd, and 3rd and 4th is separated by just one little point. On the second day of the Southern California Regional competition, athletes showcased...
Article, Posted Sat, 05.12.12
Lindsey Valenzuela set a new world record on Event 3. The CrossFit fans arrived early on Day 2 of the Southern California Regional competition. The always-enthusiastic CrossFit LA...
Article, Posted Sat, 05.12.12
Just a little more than four months ago, 23-year-old Andrea Ager stood with her team, Brick CrossFit, at the Home Depot Center for the final event of the 2011 CrossFit Games. The last team event, a...
Article, Posted Wed, 01.04.12