The FitScore Hall of Fame includes overall champions, as well as other outstanding performers selected each year.
Alex became the first two-time FitScore champion, finishing first in over half the individual tests and totaling 8,301 points. He also broke our performance scale on the ARX Leg Strength test for the second year in a row and won the Obstacle Course in 1:49. His performance earned him a Men's Health magazine photo shoot. Learn more at AlexFergus.com.
Tory Gray became the newest FitScore legend by defeating the 2016 champion, Ruby Heard, with a total of 8,310 points. Tory is a CrossFit athlete from Reading, MA. She busted three FitScore peformance scales, including the Ammo Can Lift with a performance of 106 reps, which ranked 6th among all competitors, male and female. Learn more about Tory here.
Alex is a "health enthusiast" from New Zealand. He is also a blogger, a personal trainer, an entrepreneur, a health coach, an athlete and a bookworm. Alex clinched the overall title with a score of 87 by performing 72 Body Weight Deadlifts in Two Minutes. Learn more about his innovative approaches to fitness at AlexFergus.com.
Ruby is an all-around athlete and former CrossFit competitor from Australia. She excelled across every individual test, including 54 Body Weight Deadlifts in Two Minutes, 19 Pull Ups in Two Minutes, and a 5.53 40 Yard Dash. for an overall score of 81.
Cale is a professional stunt man from 87 Action Design in Southern California and all-around bad ass. His final test performance in the body weight deadlift earned him the overall title over 50 other competitors.
Liz is a world renowned speaker and lecturer on creating internal peace. She's the best-selling author of Happy Healthy Fit: Transform Your Life in 90-Days, which helps anyone change their health, break their bad habits, and create a body and life they love. Above all, Liz is a true entrepreneur, creator, and futurist, as well as one hell of an athlete herself. Learn more at LizNierzwicki.com.
Dean has finished a close 2nd in both 2015 and 2016, showing an exceptional level of fitness regardless of test. Dean is a former collegiate lacross player and founded Man Flow Yoga after repeated athletic injuries. Learn all about his unique approach at ManFlowYoga.com.