Hello! I’m Tiffany. I am a southern girl, born and raised in small-town Alabama. I grew up riding 4-wheelers down old dirt roads, and while my music genre of choice has shifted a bit since high school, my favorite band will always be The Alabama Boys. I played sports in my early teens, but it was the year 2000 when my fitness journey truly began. I became a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor and started out teaching boot camp and spinning classes. Soon after I began training for my first triathlon and became obsessed with the capabilities of the human body when pushed to its limits. Within a couple of years, I was presented with the opportunity to purchase the gym I trained at, and it’s been a continuous grind ever since. In 2006 however I decided it was time for a new adventure, so I sold the gym, packed up my Jeep and headed toward the beach. I moved to Destin, Florida where I fell in love with my husband and the sport of CrossFit.
After seven years of beach life, we were off to Osan, Korea. I dedicated all of my time to training and studying and began competing in fitness competitions. To feed fuel to the fire of my competitiveness, I began Obstacle Racing. This passion for adventure led me into over 20 incredible racing adventures, in four countries, on three continents.
After a stay in South Korea, we were off to Italy where I faced my biggest adventure to date, coaching CrossFit at Aviano Air Force Base (oh yeah, did I mention that’s why we move around so much, my husband is military). I took on coaching and programming for the next three years. My time in Italy was spent racing, competing and coaching, and in between, I squeezed in some school work. I decided to use my time overseas to go back to school. My fascination with food led me to the study of Dietetics and Sports Nutrition.
We currently live in Las Vegas, Nevada where I continue to chase my degree and my dreams. I create customized online programs for those looking to create healthier habits, coach part-time, and simply strive each day to become a better human.
I truly love my life.
P.S. I am a Science Major, not an English major. I use Grammarly when writing school papers, so if my punctuation is terrible, my spelling is off, or my verbiage is out of control- this blog is not graded. Oh, I might cuss a little too (my mama doesn’t love it, but she knows my heart).