LITTLE DID I KNOW THAT’S WHEN THE BIGGEST LIFE CHANGE WOULD HAPPEN. I JUST HAPPENED TO WALK INTO THE BABE CAVE…
What makes her so special as a trainer?
BECKY IS HANDS DOWN ONE OF THE MOST PASSIONATE AND FEARLESS WOMEN I KNOW ABOUT FOLLOWING YOUR DREAMS AND BEING DRIVEN TO PUT IN THE HARD WORK IT CAN TAKE TO ACHIEVE THEM.
IT’S FULL OF WOMEN AND MEN THAT GENUINELY CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS WITH YOU AND WANT TO SEE YOU DO WELL.
Thoughts on HIIt, Power lifting, TRX, Yoga, bodybuilding, other:
Nutritional & Supplements:
NOTHING WAS FREE BUT IF YOU WORKED HARD ENOUGH YOU COULD HAVE OR DO WHATEVER YOU WANTED IN LIFE.
I was taking Primer and DNA already and then added in Heat and Acid . Finished off with Drip Dry five days out prior to the shoot.
What are your thoughts about Magnum and which products do you use from them?
I like that they’re pharmaceutical grade and you know you aren’t putting junk into your body. I like DNA a lot before strength classes. Primer is great because it’s all in one pack and you don’t have to worry about opening ten different vitamin bottles everyday. I also love the protein powder since it lets me have something on the go when Work gets a bit hectic. Fixation helped a lot as well especially when I first started working out.
What do your parents mean to you? What did they teach you?
My mom taught me a lot about hard work. She always worked more than one job at a time and worked a crazy amount of hours. If you wanted something you had to work for it. Nothing was free but if you worked hard enough you could have or do whatever you wanted in life. She also taught me a lot about giving to the ones you love. Give them opportunities. Give them your time. Give them something that puts a smile on their face. There’s a lot to be said for giving back to others.
I’M A BIT AWKWARD IN FRONT OF A CAMERA TO SAY THE LEAST AND WARREN REALLY PUTS YOU AT EASE AND GIVES YOU SOME GREAT DIRECTION. IT WAS SO MUCH FUN!
What would it mean to you to become the next Status Fitness Cover-model?
If you could ask Status Editor-In-Chief, Rodney Jang one question what would that be?
What has been the hardest but most worthwhile lesson you’ve learned along to the path to becoming editor in chief.
I’M PRETTY STUBBORN. IF YOU TELL ME I CAN’T DO IT MORE THAN LIKELY I’LL TRY TO PROVE YOU WRONG.
Who inspires you?
Who do you wish to inspire?
I HAD A BIT OF A ROUGH PATCH IN LIFE AND GAINED A LOT OF WEIGHT.
5 lessons you have learned:
Music and artist you listen while training:
Favorite actors/ movies:
NEVER QUIT. IF IT GETS HARDER THAN IT MEANS YOU’RE GOING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. PUSH HARDER. AIM TO BE BETTER.
5 most important attributes you see in a person?
Advice you can give to children who want to start training?