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Rob Forte

Rob Forte Age

37

Rob Forte Height

174 cm

Rob Forte Weight

89 kg

Rob Forte Country

Australia

Rob Forte Croosfit box

Reebok CrossFit Frankston

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Early Life and Background of Rob Forte

Rob Forte, a name synonymous with CrossFit in Australia, began his athletic career as a motocross racer before transitioning to CrossFit. His journey into the world of CrossFit has made him one of Australia’s most celebrated athletes in the sport, known for his enduring presence and remarkable achievements.

Rob Forte’s CrossFit Journey

Rob Forte’s introduction to CrossFit marked the beginning of an illustrious career, making him Australia’s most enduring CrossFit athlete. With a record seven appearances at the CrossFit Games from 2011 to 2017, Forte’s journey is a testament to his dedication, resilience, and skill. Unlike many athletes who rely on external coaching, Forte has always programmed for himself, using personal feedback and regular testing to measure improvement. His approach emphasizes the uniqueness of training for the CrossFit Games, combining various movements and time domains to continually progress and adapt.

Competitive Achievements of Rob Forte

Rob Forte’s competitive record is impressive, with multiple top finishes at the CrossFit Games and a dominant presence in the Australian and Pacific Regionals. He has consistently finished in the top three every year since 2011, securing back-to-back victories in 2013 and 2014. His best finish at the Games came in 2014, where he placed 12th. Forte’s achievements extend beyond individual competition, with his affiliate team competing at the 2017 CrossFit Games and showcasing the depth of talent in his training community.

Personal Life and Coaching Career

Beyond his achievements as an athlete, Forte has made significant contributions to the CrossFit community as a coach and affiliate owner. His gym, Reebok CrossFit Frankston, has become a cornerstone of the CrossFit scene in Australia, fostering a supportive and competitive environment. Forte’s coaching philosophy extends to his role as a mentor, where he has guided athletes like Amy Dracup and masters competitor Matt Swift, emphasizing the importance of mental preparation, discipline, and a positive mindset in achieving athletic excellence.

Rob Forte’s Impact on CrossFit

Rob Forte’s influence in CrossFit goes beyond his competitive success. He has been instrumental in promoting the sport in Australia, both as an athlete and a coach. His dedication to training, innovative programming, and community building has inspired countless individuals to pursue their fitness goals and contributed to the growth and popularity of CrossFit in the region.

Rob Forte benchmarks

Squat: 430 lb
Clean: 325 lb
Snatch: 270 lb
Deadlift: 522 lb
Fran: 126 s
Grace: 76 s
Helen: 421 s
Filthy 50: 1001 s
Sprint 400m: 59 s
Run 5k: 1170 s
Fight Gone Bad: 517 reps
Max Pull-ups: 53 reps

Rob Forte stats

CompetitionRankPercentileEntrantsDivision
Individual Quarterfinal 202358992%7963Men
Open 2023179998%169449Men
Individual Quarterfinals 202229995%7274Men
Open 202218999%154815Men
Individual Quarterfinals 20217599%8011Men
Open 202112399%137461Men
Open 202013199%133874Men
Open 201911199%195562Men
Open 201815499%227562Men
Games 20172535%39Men
Pacific 2017392%40Men
Open 20172199%214519Men
Games 20161757%40Men
Pacific 2016197%40Men
Open 20161099%178510Men
Games 20152342%40Men
Pacific 2015295%40Men
Open 20156199%153272Men
Games 20141272%43Men
Australia 2014197%47Men
Open 2014699%80284Men
Games 20133329%47Men
Australia 2013197%46Men
Open 20132299%52169Men
Games 20123523%46Men
Australia 2012296%53Men
Open 20122699%25027Men
Games 20113038%49Men
Open 201110698%8620Men

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