Athlete Profile

Athlete: Candice Ford

Candice Ford's Profile Picture
Region:
Asia
Team:
Reebok CrossFit LifeSpark
Affiliate:
Reebok CrossFit LifeSpark
Gender:
Female
Age:
29
Height:
168 cm
Weight:
155 lb

Benchmarks

Workouts
Fran3:38
Helen10:20
Grace3:13
Filthy 5024:21
Fight Gone Bad300
Sprint 400m1:20
Run 5k0:00
Maxes
Clean & Jerk195 lb
Snatch155 lb
Deadlift285 lb
Back Squat240 lb
Max Pull-ups30

Bio

ATHLETE INFORMATION

How I Eat

I eat quality foods but don't measure the amount

I try not to stress about food, but eat clean and about 90% Paleo - Works for me, fuels my training and I recover well! :)

How I Train

I workout mostly at a CrossFit Affiliate

I record my workouts

My Athletic Background

I played youth or high school level sports

Elite Gymnastics until I was 7 and then just school sports and dance, a very active childhood... pulling, pushing, jumping climbing... sound familiar! ;)

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 have had a life changing experience due to CrossFit

I train other people

My Work/Rest Schedule

I usually only do 1 workout a day

How long have you been doing CrossFit?

2-4 years

Leaderboard

Athlete Coverage

"When I picked up the bar, Candice was in front of me, and I thought, 'If somebody is in front of you, you have to push yourself to catch her," said Tainatongo. View more photos here...
Article, Posted Sat, 06.01.13
Athletes in Asia feel the pain of the 100s going into Event 5--a couplet of heavy deadlifts and high box jumps. Michael Mogard best described the brutality of Event...
Article, Posted Sat, 06.01.13
"Today, we fight."   With first day jitters out of the way, athletes woke up to face the dreaded Event 4. They spoke in hushed tones about the first workout of Day Two and their...
Article, Posted Sat, 06.01.13
On tonight's Update Show, Sean Woodland, Pat Sherwood and Nicole Christensen discuss highlights from day 1 of competition at Asia, North Central, North West, and South West. 
Video, Posted Fri, 05.31.13
"The second event was important to me. I knew I had to make all my squats count if I wanted to top the Leaderboard." ~Candice Howe View more photos here. The...
Article, Posted Fri, 05.31.13
"I just kept going and told myself, 'It’s going to be over soon. It’s only 10 minutes. Just embrace the pain.'" ~Event 1 first-place finisher Nicole Tainatongo Last year, athletes...
Article, Posted Thu, 05.30.13
Open Workout 13.4 was a short, sharp and sweet seven minutes featuring quintessential CrossFit equipment: a barbell and a pull-up bar.   Described by many as a beautiful combination of...
Article, Posted Mon, 04.01.13
Workout 13.3 provided those who competed last year with an opportunity to see how they improved over the last 12 months.   “13.3 has the following movements in it …” As Dave Castro...
Article, Posted Mon, 03.25.13
Ten minutes. Three textbook movements. A whole world of pain. If this year’s Open is to see an archetypal CrossFit workout, then 13.2 has to be it. A tasty triplet of five shoulder to...
Article, Posted Mon, 03.18.13
Asia woke up to a mash-up that was to be 17 minutes of burpee and snatch hell. For the majority of athletes in the Asia Region, finding out what 13.1 had in store for them meant a restless...
Article, Posted Tue, 03.12.13