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Chad Cole

Chad Cole Age

33

Chad Cole Height

68 in

Chad Cole Weight

180 lb

Chad Cole Country

United States

Chad Cole Croosfit box

CrossFit Apollo

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Early Life and Background of Chad Cole

Chad Cole’s CrossFit journey began in his freshman year of college, training out of his parent’s garage. Initially, his workouts consisted of traditional gym routines until the competitive spirit with his father, who was 50 years old at the time, led him to embrace CrossFit. The change wasn’t immediate, but the challenges and community spirit of CrossFit eventually won him over. Chad’s upbringing was surrounded by a supportive family, being the youngest of seven children. His close-knit family played a significant role in his CrossFit career and personal life, leading him to value community and family highly.

Chad Cole’s CrossFit Journey

Chad Cole’s introduction to CrossFit marked the beginning of a significant transformation in his approach to fitness. After realizing that his previous workout routines were ineffective compared to the results from CrossFit, Chad, along with family and friends, outgrew their garage gym. This led to the opening of CrossFit Apollo, a decision that Chad regards as one of the best of his life. His dedication to CrossFit has not only changed his life but also positively impacted those around him, highlighting his passion for helping others achieve their health and fitness goals.

Competitive Achievements of Chad Cole

Chad Cole has made notable appearances in CrossFit competitions, including a remarkable journey from his garage to the 2015 CrossFit Games where he was recognized as the 20th Fittest Man Alive. His competitive track record showcases his progression through the ranks, with multiple participations in regional competitions and consistent improvements in his performance at the CrossFit Games. Despite facing challenges, such as a shoulder injury that sidelined him temporarily, Chad’s resilience and dedication to recovery exemplify his commitment to the sport and his competitive spirit.

Personal Life of Chad Cole

Outside of his athletic achievements, Chad’s personal life is rich with stories of love, community, and perseverance. He married his high school crush, Courtney, who was initially unaware of his existence during their high school years. Chad’s family life is a testament to his character, emphasizing the importance of family, love, and support in achieving personal and professional success. His journey from ranking Courtney as the “hottest girl in school” to marrying her and building a life together reflects the personal growth and life changes that have paralleled his CrossFit career.

Chad Cole’s Impact on the CrossFit Community

Chad Cole’s impact on the CrossFit community extends beyond his competitive achievements. As the owner and head coach of CrossFit Apollo, he has fostered a supportive and welcoming environment that encourages individuals of all fitness levels to pursue their health and fitness goals. His story is one of inspiration, demonstrating how dedication, community, and family can drive success both in and out of the CrossFit box. Chad’s journey from a garage gym to the global stage of the CrossFit Games serves as a motivational tale for aspiring athletes and fitness enthusiasts alike.

Chad Cole benchmarks

Squat: 415 lb
Clean: 310 lb
Snatch: 275 lb
Deadlift: 475 lb
Fran: 135 s
Grace: 108 s
Helen: 430 s
Filthy 50: 942 s
Run 5k: 1170 s
Fight Gone Bad: 430 reps
Max Pull-ups: 66 reps

Chad Cole stats

CompetitionRankPercentileEntrantsDivision
Individual Quarterfinal 2023260467%7963Men
Open 202360499%169449Men
Open 2022266198%154815Men
Individual Quarterfinals 2021235470%8011Men
Open 2021261498%137461Men
Open 2020101099%133874Men
Open 2019285598%195562Men
Open 201856599%227562Men
Open 2017101899%214519Men
Open 2016null0%178510Men
Games 20152050%40Men
South 2015589%48Men
Open 201519499%153272Men
South West 2014491%46Men
Open 201447999%80284Men
Open 201347699%52169Men
South West 20122442%42Men
Open 201219699%25027Men
Open 201165392%8620Men

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