By profession, Rich Froning is an American professional CrossFit athlete. He competed in the CrossFit Games since 2010. He won the 2011 CrossFit Games and also won every stage of the 2012 to 2014 Games season including the worldwide Open, Regionals and the Games. He stopped winning the games after he got retired from Individual Competition in 2015 and subsequently took second place in the world in the 2015 Open behind Mathew Fraser. In the year 2010, he was qualified for the 2010 Southeast Regional competition through the Sectional Qualifiers, a precursor to the online based Open. He won the Regional and was qualified for the fourth CrossFit Games at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. In the 2010 Games, Froning earned five top 5 finishes including two event wins, and never dropped below 13th.
Similarly in 2012, Froning and Annie Thoridottir were the first athletes to win the CrossFit Games twice. He set the standard for the Fittest man on Earth with four consecutive CrossFit Games wins. In 2015 and 2016, he took first place in the Central regional event, qualifying him for the CrossFit Games as an individual but he chose to participate in the team competition instead, as part of the Mayhem Freedom team which placed first both years. He has won more than 1,050,000 dollars in prize money for winning the CrossFit Games four times and has become a part of significant sponsorships from brands like Reebok, Oakley and Rogue Fitness.
Workout and diet
Talking about Rich Froning diet plan, he does not stick to any of them neither Paleolithic diet or Zone diet, both of them are a very popular type of diet plan in the CrossFit community. He is fond of eating as he loves to eat a lot of peanut butter and drinks whole milk. During the day time, Froning typically does not eat an excessive amount of food but eats a large meal at night and drinks multiple protein shakes. Rich Froning workout multiple times in a day and is never seen taking a day off from his training. Surprisingly, he does not have a coach or programmer to write his workouts. Instead, he found an exceptional athlete to be his training partners like Games athletes Dan Bailey and James Hobart. At present, Rich Froning weight is calculated around 88kg. Apart from being an athlete, he is also an author of two books named as First: What It Takes to Win in 2013 and Froning: The Fittest Man in History in 2015. More detail information about Rich Froning wiki can be obtained from the most visiting site Wikipedia.