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Matt Rattay

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Matt Rattay began wrestling in middle school and continued through his senior year of high school for the Lawrence North Wildcats in Indianapolis, Indiana. During his time at LNHS, he was a two time IHSAA State placer (7th, 3rd) and wrestled on a 2nd place team in the Team State Series for IHSAA. After finishing his high school athletics, he went on to college and traditional style bodybuilding in the gym. After many years of hitting body part movements, which Matt found boring, he discovered CrossFit in winter of 2013. He stumbled across CrossFit while he was watching ESPN and saw the 2013 Cinco 1 and Cinco 2 workout of the 2013 CrossFit Games. He watched in awe as large, strong men were deadlifting 405lbs for reps, then hitting weighted pistols, and to cap it off finishing with a handstand walk. From that point on, he knew that CrossFit was something he was going to pursue and that he eventually wanted to get to the CrossFit Games.

Matt joined the closest CrossFit gym and began training on a regular basis. Matt is now training at Three Kings CrossFit and The Olympic Lift Lab in Indiana where he is pursuing his goals of getting to Carson, and pitting his fitness to test against the best of the best, and the fittest of the fit. Matt qualified for U.S. Nationals at his first Olympic Lifting Meet by Snatching 120kg/ 264 lbs and Clean and Jerking 160 kg/ 352 lbs in the 77 kg / 168 lbs Weight Class for a total of 280 kg/ 616 lbs!
Watch Matt hit these huge numbers here:

Accomplishments:

  • 15th Finish in the 2015 Central East Regionals.
  • Set the Handstand Walk WORLD RECORD in the 2015 Central East Regionals
  • 4th Place Finish at U.S. Nationals for 77kg Weight Class with a Competition Total of 287kg
  • Back Squat – 455lbs
  • Front Squat – 405lbs
  • Strict Press – 215lbs
  • Deadlift – 465lbs
  • Bench Press – 315lbs
  • Clean- 378.4 lbs
  • Jerk – 375lbs
  • Snatch – 285lbs
  • OHS – 364lbs
  • Push Press – 275lbs
  • Thruster – 305lbs

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