Athlete Profile

Athlete: Ryan Fischer

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Southern California
CrossFit Chalk
170 lb


Filthy 500:00
Fight Gone Bad511
Sprint 400m0:53
Run 5k17:45
Clean & Jerk315 lb
Snatch280 lb
Deadlift585 lb
Back Squat515 lb
Max Pull-ups80


I heart being in pain...


How I Eat

I eat quality foods but don't measure the amount

(A lot of fat)

How I Train

I workout mostly at a CrossFit Affiliate

I have a coach who determines my programming

I write my own programming

I record my workouts

I sometimes do the occasional random WOD here and there on top of whatever else I do, but I usually have some sourt of plan set for the day

My Athletic Background

I played youth or high school level sports

I played college sports

I played professional sports

I regularly play recreational sports

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 have had a life changing experience due to CrossFit

I train other people

my first coach was Tommy Hackenbruck

My Work/Rest Schedule

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

I typically rest 4 or more days per month

How long have you been doing CrossFit?

2-4 years

This year will be my 3rd time at Regionals... In 2012 I came in 4th


Athlete Coverage

Kristan Clever and Jarett Perelmutter put in top performances on 12.4.   The world was waiting for it. CrossFitters were unsure if or when it would come during this year’s Open, but the...
Article, Posted Mon, 03.19.12
Jarrett Perelmutter and Kristan Clever sealed first place on 12.3 with over 14 rounds each.   The Open dawned with two, single modality workouts: 12.1 for the gymnasts, and 12.2 for the...
Article, Posted Mon, 03.12.12
  A few athletes to watch from Southern California. Ryan Fischer   Melissa Popovich   Shanon Humphrey The Southern California Region has bred some of the most recognizable names...
Article, Posted Fri, 02.24.12
    Skeleton racing is a sport that involves hurtling headfirst down an icy track at speeds of more than 70 miles per hour with no steering or braking mechanism. It’s something nobody in his or her...
Article, Posted Wed, 02.22.12