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.
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.
Ashten Buck is a previous gold-winning competitive bodybuilder. But then, she has decided to give up the sport for something that's a little more... slow. She realized that the prep work of the sport was putting a lot of stress on her body. The overtraining and undereating were causing her hormonal imbalances and chronically elevated cortisol. Over the last few years, she has been incorporating Pilates and HIIT training throughout the week. Slowing down with pilates did not overstimulate her nervous system, and the HIIT training keeps her blood sugars regulated for the week. Even though she doesn't physically feel like she's pushing herself to the limit, her body composition is the best it has been since her competitions.
She is a Naturopathic Medical Student and her daily life is very busy. She has 11-course semesters with practicals. Aside from school, she also works for Healthy Planet, doing product education and creating educational content for their social media. Pilates has become a saving grace for her because she can do them from the comfort of her own home and choose the length/intensity of her workout. In her downtime, she likes to spend it with her partner and her dog Maverick. They usually go hiking, camping, or just hang out at home and do absolutely nothing.
Lea Radojicic is a 32-year-old Croatian living and working in Dubai as a personal trainer. She is qualified for pre and post natal training and find helping women better themselves physically and mentally to be one of the most rewarding perks of my job. Her passion for sport started at a very early age. As a 5 year old, she was already training in gymnastics and tennis. But, both were not something she found herself in. When she started training volleyball, that was it for her. She trained volleyball professionally for years back home, playing the middle hitter position. After volleyball, she trained rowing as well, and got a couple of medals too. She found rowing to be one of the hardest sports she has ever tried, but it was a great intro for her weightlifting. Her days in the week are split into muscle groups, each day for a certain muscle. Plus, she does a lot of cardio every day, mostly walking or cycling.
As a personal trainer, her schedule is crazy. She works Sundays to Thursdays with her clients and is off on weekends, but she always ended up working anyways, on personal projects (creating new workout programs, filming workouts and new content for social media…). According to her "We all have time, it is just important to prepare and put some effort in".
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.