Athlete Profile

Athlete: Noah Ohlsen

Noah Ohlsen's Profile Picture
Region:
South East
Affiliate:
Peak 360 CrossFit
Gender:
Male
Age:
25
Height:
5'7"
Weight:
188 lb

Benchmarks

Workouts
Fran2:12
Helen0:00
Grace1:46
Filthy 5019:05
Fight Gone Bad421
Sprint 400m0:59
Run 5k0:00
Maxes
Clean & Jerk345 lb
Snatch280 lb
Deadlift490 lb
Back Squat425 lb
Max Pull-ups72

Bio

Youngin' down at the University of Miami. WOD out of Peak 360 CrossFit and set on winning the CrossFit Games within the next couple years. Getting there with hard work day by day. Working out with Guido Trinidad, Chase Daniels, and some of the other big dogs in the Southeast helps.

ATHLETE INFORMATION

How I Eat

I eat quality foods but don't measure the amount

Tried paleo, zone, all of the above. As a college student, I just eat as healthy as possible to support my activity level. Milk!

How I Train

I workout mostly at a CrossFit Affiliate

I have a coach who determines my programming

I record my workouts

I workout of Peak 360 CrossFit in Miami. Coached by Dusty Hyland of Dogtown CrossFit and record all of my WODs on my instagram @nohlsen and at nohlsen.tumblr.com

My Athletic Background

I played youth or high school level sports

I played college sports

Grew up playing everything, but lacrosse was my main sport until highschool where I picked up wresting my freshman year. After a shoulder injury I tried out swimming and ended up and the swimming and water polo team captain senior year. Played water polo at the collegiate level at both Clemson and the University of Miami, until I finally found MY sport: CrossFit.

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

I train other people

Fell in love with everything about the sport over 3 years ago and I currently train, compete, and teach CrossFit all around South Florida.

My Work/Rest Schedule

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

I typically rest 4 or more days per month

I try to workout at least 5 days a week and lately it's been pretty high volume, starting with strength, with conditioning and skill work. Rest when needed.

How long have you been doing CrossFit?

2-4 years

Don't plan on ever stopping!

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Athlete Coverage

  If you missed our article last week on how these regional seeds are created, along with a look at how well they have performed in the past at predicting Games qualifiers, check it out...
Article, Posted Thu, 05.19.16
In the latest installment of Road to the Games, Noah Ohlsen and Dan Bailey give us a peek inside their journeys for the podium at the CrossFit Games. Ohlsen took eighth at the 2015 Games for the...
Video, Posted Wed, 05.11.16
  The second workout of the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games Open brought on the heavy barbells. But Dave Castro made athletes earn the heavy weights after a big dose of toes-to-bars, double-...
Article, Posted Wed, 03.09.16
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Article, Posted Mon, 02.29.16
  #10. The Teenage Competition was a new addition this year and was a success. Our community now has an opportunity to highlight what our best teenagers are capable of. It also gives us a...
Article, Posted Fri, 08.28.15
Athletes talk about staying focused amid the chaos of the CrossFit Games.   The average CrossFit athlete equipped with a rig, barbells and weights can recreate the physical...
Article, Posted Sat, 07.25.15
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Video, Posted Sat, 07.25.15
Athletes bond, support each other on the second day of individual competition.   Any day that starts with Murph and ends with DT is a tough one. Throw in a Snatch Speed Ladder in...
Article, Posted Fri, 07.24.15
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Article, Posted Mon, 07.20.15
Follow 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games qualifiers Dan Bailey, Mat Fraser, Noah Ohlsen and Scott Panchik in the weeks leading up the Games.  Video by Ian Wittenber. 
Video, Posted Sun, 07.19.15