15 CrossFit Babes
Women athletes come in all shapes and sizes. They play all types of sports, showing their various athletic abilities. One sport that is truly a spectacular display of human strength is CrossFit. Every muscle in the body is pushed to its limit. The women who participate in this sport are some of the healthiest women in the world. With ripped abs and extremely toned legs and arm, it’s hard to take your eyes off them. It can be a little intimidating for some men, but for others it’s intriguing. Here are the hottest babes of CrossFit.
Danielle Sidell Danielle is a former track and cross country athlete who attended the University of Akron. She is known for her motor and strong lifts which she maxes out at 405 ppounds. Sidell is a possible contender for this years CrossFit Games. Considering she is relatively new, with only 2 years of crossfit under her belt she, Sidell is a face we can get used to seeing.
Gretchen Kittelberger Gretchen is a former competitive gymnast at the University of Maryland. She has made it to the crossfit games for the past three years. The Virginia native reveals that her secret is that her training isn’t just limited to her body. In an interview with CrossFit.com she said, “I like to try to visualize in my mind the movements before I do them and recreate the feeling in my mind of what it feels like to do each movement. I relied on this type of visualization a lot in gymnastics, so I think that’s partly why I like using that technique.” Well, our visual of her is hot and that works for us.
Miranda Oldroyd Miranda Oldroyd is a sexy beast. She maxes out at 335 pounds with her dead lift and 65 pull ups, and runs 400 meter in 1:10. Representing for Northern California she makes it evident that SoCal doesn’t have all the pretty girls. Before getting into crossfit she was a cheerleader in high school and did one year in track. She is also a pretty good rapper. Check her out on Instagram @crossfitmiranda.
Julie Foucher Julie Foucher began crossfit in the summer of 2009. She has participated in four CrossFit Games so far in her crossfit career. In the 2012 CrossFit Games she was the runner up. When Julie isn’t training she is studying medicine at the University of Michigan. Foucher developed her strength and skill through an early career in gymnastics. In high school, she also participated in track and field.
Stacie Tovar Stacie Tovar is a former college volleyball player and is a veteran to the CrossFit Games. She also has a very marketable booty. Despite nursing a lingering shoulder injury she managed to secure a second place finish at the 2013 North Central Regional. Her killer routine may have something to do with earning her five consecutive entries into the CrossFit Games. She placed 12th overall 2012. Her daily routine is the following: a solid nine hours of sleep, wake up and workout, hustle the corporate life from 9 to 5, workout some more, and repeat. With a body like that dedication is a must.
Andrea Ager Andrea Ager received the nickname Ager Bomb for her explosiveness. She is a former college track athlete for Colorado Mesa University, which explains the 57 second time for her 400 meter sprint. She has participated in the CrossFit Games in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, finishing in 5th in each year. Maybe this is the year she breaks out into a higher rank. When she isn’t training or participating in the games herself, she travels the world teaching people about crossfit.
Camille Leblanc Bazinet Camille Leblanc Bazinet is a femme fatale. The Canadian powerhouse stands at 5′ 2″ and weighs 130 pounds of pure muscle. Camille Leblanc-Bazinet can dead lift and back squat more than double her weight which is 295 to 300 pounds. I know people who can’t even get them selves off the couch. The 25-year-old, who picked up the sport with her twin brother only a few years ago, has made the top 10 at the CrossFit Games for three years in a row and has ranked sixth fittest woman on earth.
Jackie Perez Since she was a child Jackie Perez played every sport she could possibly play. In high school she played volleyball, soccer and softball. In college at Cal State Hayward she focused just on playing volleyball. She received her bachelors in kinesiology. She began a career in fitness and personal training after graduating, but missed competing in sports. Perez participated in the 2010, 2011, and 2012 CrossFit games.
Christmas Abbott Christmas Abbott has a true passion for crossfit. She began a career in crossfit in 2006. She has participated in the Olympics as a lifter. She now is a NASCAR pit crew member, as a front tire changer. She is the owner and head coach of CrossFit Invoke. She is also a Head Trainer for CrossFit Head Quarters for the Level 1 Seminars. Talk about dedication, crossfit is really her life.
Rebecca Voigt Rebecca Voigt has scored six invitations to the CrossFit Games and has made it look easy. The 32-year-old from Southern California even admits the formula is not hard. “Move better, eat better, sleep better,” she said at the 2013 SoCal Regional event, where she placed second. Voight can dead lift a max of 350 pounds with a pretty smile on her face. After finishing with a high ranking in the last CrossFit Games she revealed how she would celebrate by telling reporters, “I’m just going to rest, recap, and eat a lot of junk food. Tomorrow is definitely a cheat day!”
Kara Webb Hailing from Australia, Kara Webb was the Australia regional winner. Webb is happy to be living her dream and looking good while doing it too. She stays positive with an on-going internal monologue. She constantly reminds herself that her results are not a reflection of one great effort but rather the sum of many small efforts every day. She has only been to the CrossFit Games twice, but with a positive attitude and drive she will be seen there in the future.
Christy Phillips As a registered nurse, athlete and coach, Christy Phillips loves to inspire others to make health a priority. She is the perfect example with a tight and toned body like hers. She is a four time CrossFit Games veteran ,with her best ever finish being sixth in 2010. A resident of Washington, D.C., and former lacrosse player she trains for two hours every evening on weekdays and for two to three hours on weekends. She then takes things up a notch as the big event approaches.
Katrin Davidsdottir Katrin Davidsdottir is often compared to Annie Thorisdottir, but she is her own force to be reckoned with. Katrin spent her childhood in competitive gymnastics, where she picked up her diligent work ethic. Her constant drive to improve keeps her training so hard. In 2013 she placed third at the European Regionals. She made a statement saying, “I’ll be happy with the results as long as I know that I pushed myself as hard as I could and I gave it my all.”
Annie Thorisdottir Annie Thorisdottir won the CrossFit Games twice in a row, in 2011 and 2012. She did not compete in the 2013 Games due to a slightly herniated disc. She was once named the “Fittest Woman on Earth.” She was pretty enough to get a well deserved feature in Vouge magazine. She returned from her injury beating NFL running back Justin Forsett in a push-up contest. Annie is nothing to mess with.
Elisabeth Akinwale Elisabeth Akinwale is probably one of the most serious athletes on this list and the best looking. Less than 6 months after being introduced to CrossFit, Elisabeth qualified to the 2011 CrossFit Games, Placing 13th overall and making a splash with her memorable performance in the “Killer Kage” event and other events during the four CrossFit Games she has participated in. She has even qualified to lift in the Olympics three times.