Reid Worthington

by Alan Joaquin May 11, 2015

3-Time CrossFit Regional Competitor/CrossFit Lumberjack Owner/Former All American 

Passion: Pushing his limits

Philosophy: “Iron Sharpens Iron”  Proverbs 27:17 

Reid’s drive is as big as his build. The red-headed powerhouse stands out on the black mat with his 6 foot, 200 pound frame and vibrant personality to match. He got turned on to CrossFit after a successful college football career with the NAU Lumberjacks.

Now, he brings the passion that made him a First Team All-American football player to CrossFit competitions and his box, CrossFit Lumberjack. Reid has qualified for the CrossFit Regionals 3 years in a row, but has his sights set on the CrossFit Games. “Setting goals that are almost unreachable and believing I can obtain them” is his motivation. As he explains it, “Failure fuels my fire. Being the best I can be drives me on a daily basis.” 

3 QUESTIONS with REID:

What 3 words best describe you? 

Vibrant, Dynamic, Renaissance 

What are your goals? 

I would love to make the CrossFit Games or Coach an athlete at the Games. I want to Clean and Jerk 405 and Snatch 330#

What was your favorite and least favorite Open workouts? 

Favorite workout was 15.5 - allowed me to go to a dark place and push my body to the limits when it really mattered. Least was probably 15.1 - Id like to see heavier weight compared to the body weight movements, but that’s the life of being 200# plus… 

ATHLETIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

  • 3x Individual SoCal regional Qualifier 2013, 2014, 2015
  • 2010 Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year (NAU)
  • 2008 First Team All- American

 

 




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