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Featured Athlete: Tori Brennan

Victoria Brennan (“Tori”), class of 2020, will be a Freshman at East Lake High School in Palm Harbor, Florida this fall.   Tori (#30) plays travel softball for the Tampa Mustangs ’02 team and is a starting pitcher.  She practices and trains several nights a week, including Monday nights at Snap Fitness of Tarpon Springs with CBC trainer, Sarah Edwards.  She also dedicates an additional 3 nights a week practicing, and pitching and hitting lessons, with weekends dedicated to playing in tournaments across the State of Florida or practicing with her team.  Tori has been playing softball since the age of 7 and pitching since the age of 8.  She has competed in many tournaments, but was also selected for the 2015 USA Elite Select All American Atlanta Team as a pitcher.  While there, Tori helped lead her team undefeated and to win the championship title of the Boombah USA Elite Select All American Games.  Also, Tori was recently selected to play in the Triple Crown event, 2016 14U Sparkler All Stars Game at Twin Rivers-Greeley in Colorado this past June, and will be traveling with her team the first week in August to Sioux Falls, South Dakota for the ASA Nationals.  Not only is Tori a all-star athlete, she is also a dedicated student, achieving honor roll for several consecutive years.
This coming year Tori will be attending various colleges and showcase events to perform and show her skills in the hope of being noticed by college coaches.  Her ultimate goal is to attend college, play for their softball team, and obtain her degree in physical therapy with the focus in pediatrics.

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Heather Doughty: Featured CBC Athlete

heatherMy name is Heather Doughty. I am a dental hygienist by day and a Champions Breed Champions sponsored, nationally qualified figure competitor with the NPC all the time! I found my passion for fitness in 2009 when I realized that my unhappiness wasn’t caused by everyone around me but because of my disdain with what I had allowed myself to look like. I was starting to show signs of high blood pressure and having some joint pain. I decided when my doctor told me I may need to be on medication to find a different way out. I committed to the at home fitness program P90x for 3 solid months. I learned all I could about fitness, food and how MY body reacted to it all. After 12 long weeks of lifestyle changes I can honestly say I had found my niche! I was addicted to challenging my body to achieve new goals and pushing myself to do things that others couldn’t. I stayed committed to learning new things over the next 2 years. I became a certified P90x group instructor, logged over 100 hours of yoga and found a new passion of my own, body building!

I started weight training in 2012. I educated myself online learning more and more about competitive body building. I used and continue to use 12 week programs to keep my body guessing and ultimately growing! I learned that the body is always looking for homeostasis, and if you challenge it, it WILL change. In March of 2013 I decided it was time to put my money where my mouth was and step on that stage. I buckled down on my nutrition to be sure I was ready when it came to competition prep time. I, with the help of Justin, owner and operator of Champions Breed Champions, chose a 16 week competition prep with Paul Revelia to prepare me for the stage. I trained 6 days a week and kept a detailed food log. With Paul and Champions Breed Champions’ support, I took 3rd at my very first competition, the Big Bea Championship Event in Davenport, IA on April the 5th, 2014. I met so many wonderful people and learned so much about the sport of body building. I am working hard to bring an even more symmetrical and fuller package to the stage later this year!

Heather Doughty

Fitness and Nutrition Success Coach

Success takes Accountability

www.doughtyfitness.com

Phone:  (217) 778-1580

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