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Lauren Fisher

Lauren Fisher Age


Lauren Fisher Height

65 in

Lauren Fisher Weight

140 lb

Lauren Fisher Country

United States

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Outlier CrossFit

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Introduction to Lauren Fisher

Lauren Fisher is a name synonymous with excellence in the CrossFit community. A native of California and now residing in San Diego, Fisher’s journey into the realm of CrossFit began at the tender age of 13, initially as a means to enhance her strength and conditioning for basketball. What started as an adjunct training program quickly morphed into a passion, eventually seeing Fisher evolve into a seven-time CrossFit Games athlete and a celebrated figure in the sport. Lauren’s story is one of relentless pursuit, embodying strength, empowerment, and the drive to inspire others through her journey.

Early Life and Background

Born and raised in California, Lauren Fisher was introduced to sports at a young age. Her foray into CrossFit came at 13, courtesy of her older brothers who believed CrossFit’s rigorous demands would serve her well in her basketball endeavors. This introduction to CrossFit marked the beginning of an illustrious career that would see Fisher not only excel in CrossFit but also in Olympic weightlifting, showcasing her versatile athletic prowess.

Lauren Fisher’s CrossFit Journey

Lauren Fisher’s CrossFit journey is nothing short of remarkable. Officially starting her competitive CrossFit career in 2012, Fisher quickly made a name for herself by securing the 12th place at the NorCal Regionals. The following year, she made her debut at the CrossFit Games, showcasing her talent on a global stage. Over the years, Fisher has competed both as an individual and as part of a team, with notable achievements including a first-place finish at the California Regionals in 2016 and being part of the team that took third place at the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games with CrossFit Invictus.

Competitive Achievements of Lauren Fisher

Lauren Fisher’s competitive resume is extensive, with a blend of CrossFit and weightlifting accolades. Highlights of her career include winning the 2014 USA Weightlifting Junior National Championship and securing a ninth-place finish at the 2014 CrossFit Games, marking her as one of the top competitors in the sport. Fisher’s achievements extend beyond national borders, with victories at the Dubai CrossFit Championship and consistent performances at the CrossFit Games over the years.

Personal Life and Training Regime

Off the competition floor, Lauren Fisher is just as dedicated. Her training regimen includes multiple sessions a day, focusing on a blend of CrossFit and weightlifting disciplines. Fisher’s approach to nutrition is tailored and precise, ensuring her body is optimally fueled for performance. She is not a strict adherent to paleo, instead incorporating a balanced diet that includes carbs, proteins, and fats, guided by the principles of tracking macros and intuitive eating.

Lauren Fisher: A Role Model and Inspiration

Lauren Fisher’s journey through CrossFit and weightlifting is a testament to her resilience, dedication, and talent. As an athlete, entrepreneur, and role model, Fisher continues to inspire individuals worldwide to embrace their strength, chase their dreams, and remain fearlessly authentic. Through her brand, Grown Strong, Fisher empowers others to pursue a balanced life filled with passion, purpose, and unwavering determination.

Lauren Fisher benchmarks

Squat: 300 lb
Clean: 243 lb
Snatch: 183 lb
Deadlift: 380 lb
Fran: 139 s
Sprint 400m: 66 s
Max Pull-ups: 50 reps

Lauren Fisher stats

North America West Semifinal 20231378%60Women
Individual Quarterfinal 20233499%5710Women
Open 20234099%132782Women
Open 20222208281%122177Women
CrossFit West Coast Classic 20211356%30Women
Individual Quarterfinals 20215299%5936Women
Open 202114299%108644Women
Open 20206475131%94157Women
Open 201922699%146363Women
Games 20183122%40Women
Meridian 2018295%40Women
Open 201816699%171976Women
Games 20173025%40Women
California 2017586%38Women
Open 20173699%159565Women
Games 20162537%40Women
California 2016197%38Women
Open 20163199%130154Women
California 20151268%38Women
Open 20151899%108764Women
Games 2014979%43Women
Southern California 2014391%35Women
Open 20143399%52076Women
Open 201325999%32643Women
Northern California 20121263%33Women
Open 201231997%14217Women

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