I am a 4th year dietetic student, living in Las Vegas, working on my wellness journey. I am a certified personal trainer, certified group fitness trainer, and CrossFit L2 certified. After traveling and training military all over the world, I now create customized online training and nutrition programs from home. I have reached a point in my life, where I am truly living my best life.

I woke this morning to gear up my new ruck pack and realized I had to wrap the weight differently to accommodate the size. The rewrap set me back on time, so I didn’t thoroughly test my pack, bad move! I headed out on my hike and 2 miles in, my straps were slipping, my traps were burning (and not from the 30Lb load on my back) but the awkward way the sack was slinging. Another 2 miles in and my front support strap completely unhooked. At this point, I felt like I had an awkward monkey on my back and my turtle pace speed walk at 5mph was doing nothing for my endurance. So, another couple of miles and I called it a day. I headed straight to the Army/Navy Surplus store and bought some old used straps and clasps. Now after jumping up and down like a crazy person and a couple of handstands, she rides like a dream, AROO!

Finally, after falling asleep this morning at 3am, I was up and at it by 7.
As soon as my feet hit the floor, I slammed a protein drink and headed out the door.
I walked a good, fast pace for a mile to warm up a bit, then a 2-mile run to follow.
After, I took a 30-minute break, loaded up my ruck with 25Lbs and out for another 3-mile walk/run combo.
I didn’t track meals today. I allowed myself as much fruit, yogurt, chicken, and sweet potatoes as I wanted. Maybe even a few Tbsp’s of Peanut Butter. I could feel my body needed it a nice little re-feed. Now tonight, I should sleep like a baby!

Go ruck is just around the corner, I can’t wait!

Today I completed the Reebok Super Spartan in the mountains of South Korea. It was absolutely, hands down the hardest race I have EVER taken part in. I loved every minute!
This was the first race I have ever taken part in that didn’t have designated water stops. You would occasionally see a gourd dipper laying at the foot of a flowing stream down the mountainside, but out of fear of shitting my pants, I passed after one sip.

I remember listening to the sound of my heartbeat and trying to match each beat with a step and telling myself to just keep going. As I made my way over the second 10ft wall, I was informed that I was the first female- that’s all I needed to hear. I wasn’t letting anyone pass me! First overall female in my heat, AROO!!

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Hello, I’m Tiffany. A southern girl, born and raised in Alabama, currently residing at the beach in Florida. While I grew up participating in a variety of sports, it was after completion of my first triathlon in 2000 that my fitness journey truly began.

My obsession with the human body and its many capabilities, along with a passion for travel, led me to over 20 racing adventures, in five countries, on three continents.

A years stay in South Korea introduced me to the world of fitness competitions, where I learned how to completely transform my body through macro-counting and strategic workout programming.

Three years of living in beautiful Italy introduced me to a world full of farmers markets, freshly grown fruits and vegetables, and a way of eating that forever changed the (once poor) relationship I had with food. An eagerness to learn more about the power of whole, nutritious food, led me to fulfill a BS in Nutrition and Health.

I currently work as an online nutrition and health coach, with a desire to help others find a healthy-balance, and fulfilling relationship with food and fitness.