Athlete Profile

Athlete: Brittany Chestnut

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South Central
Skyline CrossFit
Skyline CrossFit
124 lb


Filthy 50--
Fight Gone Bad--
Sprint 400m--
Run 5k--
Clean & Jerk96 kg
Snatch81 kg
Deadlift145 kg
Back Squat--
Max Pull-ups--


Raised: Little coastal Town Newport, Oregon Sports: Collegiate Softball at Corban University in Salem, Oregon (outfield, Lefty) Introduced to CrossFit: 2014 2014 CrossFit Open: 12th Place (Northwest Region) 2014 CrossFit Northwest Regionals: 7th Place 2015: Had my first baby boy; Jai Chestnut 2016 CrossFit Open: 2nd Place (South Central Region) 2016 USA Weightlifting National Championships: 10th place (58 kg) Crossfit became an outlet for me after college. I always loved watching it on TV and did not realize going to the CrossFit Games could become a reality for me until I joined a CrossFit gym. I love being and growing with the community and enjoy getting better everyday! Instagram: @bnnut


How I Eat

I eat quality foods but don't measure the amount

I like to eat as clean as I can, but avocado, red meats and coffee have my heart.

How I Train

I have a coach who determines my programming

I am a KIM BARBELL Athlete for both weightlifting and CrossFit. I have my own weightlifting program and then have a separate CrossFit program. Follow my training progress on my team's instagram (@bradfordkim).

My Athletic Background

I played college sports

In addition to CrossFit, I compete in weightlifting. 2016 USA Weightlifting National Championships - 10th Place In college, I played Softball. Position: outfeild, Lead off left hand hitter

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 began Crossfit as a outlet for my energy when I graduated College. I then went on to get my level 1, so I could help others with Crossfit.

My Work/Rest Schedule

I do multiple workouts in a day 1x a week

This year I have been playing catch up due to having my baby in may 2015, so training has been a grind.

How long have you been doing CrossFit?

2-4 years

I started crossfit in 2014.


Athlete Coverage

  The third and final day was nothing short of exciting at the North West Regional. Additional reporting by Ivory Carr, Carla Conrad and Cara Koebernik The third and...
Article, Posted Sun, 05.18.14
It was a day of surprises in the North West Region. Separation continued on Saturday at the North West Regional in Kent, Washington. After CrossFit...
Article, Posted Sat, 05.17.14
Athletes began the day with a strategic decision: Snatch for an achievable weight or go for a personal max? Spectators filed into the ShoWare Center in Kent,...
Article, Posted Fri, 05.16.14