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  • Sweat it Out with "Victoria Tapp"

     

    Victoria Tapp is a NASM certified personal trainer. She's always been active. She grew up playing tennis, basketball, track, cheerleading, volleyball, etc. Once in college and graduate school, her athletic life slowed down like most. She needed to find something to keep her active and something that she also loves. That's where bodybuilding came into her play.

    These days, she is traveling around the world a lot. Due to that, she only does online training now. It is a blessing for her to be in this digital age. She's able to obtain more clients and work with people from all around the world. She's also pursuing fitness modeling which is her other passion.

  • The Love for Climbing of "Andrew Khaw"

     

    Andrew Khaw's sports are Rock Climbing, Ninja Warrior, and Baseball. His accomplishments are making it to Australian Ninja Warrior and winning his very first rock climbing competition. He watched Ninja warrior with his family each year and trained for it, and given the opportunity to compete in it.

    He decided to compete in his first Rock climbing competition without any expectations and he ended up having a blast and taking out the gold medal.

    Baseball was the first-ever sport he played and still loves it. It has helped him with his life when he needed a bit of a reset.

  • Fit and Fab Zone of "Maya Budanok"

     

    Maya Budanok is engaged in athletics and specializes in the all-around. She's been doing sports for 13 years. At an early age, she came to athletics on her own, and from that moment, she fell in love with running. She's also a candidate for the Master of sports. In parallel, she goes stretching and the gym to be always in good shape.

    In addition to professional sports, she's getting a higher education at a university. She's studying to become a coach. She already has a secondary-special education. In the future, she likes to study psychology. She often goes through various training to pump up her female energy. She studies a lot on the psychology of relationships between a man and a woman. In the future, she wants to launch her fitness project to help people lose weight and provide psychological assistance. But, according to her, this is still only in the plans. In general, she's open to everything new.

  • Cycle Wheels of "Maddy Black"

     

    Maddy Black is a personal trainer and a cyclist in Abu Dhabi. She played competitive sports her entire life, starting with 10 years of gymnastics. This set her up well for a wide range of sports, and led her into the world of CrossFit, where she then transitioned into Olympic Weightlifting. Through weightlifting, she reached her lifetime goal of representing her country, Australia. She then moved to the UAE 3 years ago for an opportunity to coach CrossFit, and like many people, Corona lockdowns forced her out of the gym and into the outdoors. This is where her cycling journey began. Now, she competes in professional races around the UAE and focuses all of her time and energy on the sport of cycling. 

    She had a very exciting couple of months, launching her online business Sundaze Coffee. This is now her main focus alongside training herself and others. She wanted to create a brand that aligned her values of travel, and adventure with high-quality coffee, and she always had a dream of owning a business.

    She's selling premium specialty coffee drip bags across the UAE and hoping soon to sell to the rest of the world! This keeps her mind busy and gives her something to work on outside of being in the gym or on the track all the time. 

  • "Olivia Vivian" An Elite Gymnast and a Ninja Superstar's journey

    Olivia Vivian competed in the sport of Ninja Warrior. She used to be an elite gymnast.

    Over the years she had many accomplishments such as Olympic Games, World Championships and Commonwealth Games, but it’s her recent results in Ninja that showcase how her mindset has changed over the years.

    For the past four years she has been the first and only female to make it into the grand final and top 8 Ninjas in Australia (men and women), and she kept working hard towards her goal of being the first female in the world to win the show and beat the men.