About Kyra


I have not always been the fitness goddess I am today.  My life-changing transformation did not begin until a few years later, but I would not be able to fully tell this story without giving up the background goods.  In the year 2000 I was 19 years old, had just gone off to college and was living on my own for the first time.

My social life and partying took precedence over my health or learning how to cook.  My meals consisted of hamburger helper (with soy meat, I was vegetarian for animal rights purposes), tacos, cheese pizza, macaroni and cheese, cookies, chips, beer and cheap wine.  I was very inactive – the mere thought sweating was gross.
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Uncomfortable physically and mentally, I was barely able to squeeze into my jeans.  Alcohol and male attention were used to boost my confidence.  I felt terrible about myself but I was in denial.  I remember when I was getting out the backseat of a friend’s car and the inseam of my designer jeans ripped, which became a normal occurrence.  I had to get patches sewn into the inseam of my jeans all the time because I was in denial that I needed a larger size.


Every day I made absolutely sure that my outfits were put together perfectly, I stayed extremely tan year-round, my hair was perfectly blonde with no roots and every last detail in my appearance was perfect, because that was the easy part.  The hard part was to actually do something about what I was truly insecure about.




Despite my bulging belly, I took a break from the pool one summer day at my parents’ house and walked inside to get some chips and fruit juice.  The towel that was hiding my belly fell and in a very jovial way my dad poked at my belly and asked what “that” was.  He was kidding around with me, but it needed to be said.  All 160 pounds of me returned back to college, still in denial but things were starting to make sense.  By the end of that summer, there was one day I looked down while I was wearing my favorite pink mini-skirt and I saw cellulite above my knees.  It was no longer something that could go unnoticed – it was there, visible to my eyes.  I knew I had to take control and it was never going to change unless I did something about it.


My mom was my go-to fitness guru.  I saw her transform over the years where she went from a size 10/12 to a size 2/4.  She taught me that how to lose weight was through “calories out vs. calories in,” and she was always a phone call away wipe away the tears and remind me to be patient.


Looking back now I realize that I did not understand what I was doing and that it was not the healthiest way to lose weight.  I tracked calories daily, careful to only consume 1000 each day.  I began eating meat, but my meals consisted of pre-packaged frozen foods, fruit cups and portion controlled cookies or crackers.


The elliptical was my best friend because I was intimidated by machines, free weights and even classes at my gym. I dropped 20 pounds within six months, then allowed myself to eat more but I continued to count calories and watch my portions.  My daily workout plan was just doing steady state cardio, but it got boring and it was easy to slack off.


Nearly a decade later, my life changed before my very eyes.  All those years I had become complacent, still unhappy with my body yet unsure of what to do.  I had even hired a trainer to help get results but nothing worked.  My boyfriend at the time stumbled upon a gym in his town, began their training program and saw incredible results so he immediately signed me up for a month.
Under the close eye of a strength and conditioning coach my workout routines included strength training,  high intensity cardio, circuit training, speed work, plyometrics, etc.  I had never trained like that before and because of it my body changed significantly.  I thought it impossible to weigh less than 140 or be smaller than the size 6 I was. Boy was I wrong!!  Between January 2009 and January 2010 I went from 140 pounds, 24% body fat and a size 6 to 130 pounds, 16% body fat and into a size 2/4!!  I learned the importance of heavy lifting, high intensity interval training, and muscle confusion.
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The workout routines alone were challenging, but I could not have done this without the help of Tosca Reno’s Eat-Clean Diet.  I had been reading about her on various websites and in magazines and though I would give her book a try, so I picked up a copy of the original Eat Clean Diet book.  Everything Tosca explained made perfect sense, like eating so as to not spike your blood sugar and only eating foods that have not been processed.  Along with tracking my foods, I began tracking my macro nutrients online, and quickly found I was still not eating healthy.  After reading her book, I slowly began changing my diet to make it healthier and found a macronutrient ratio that worked for me.

I felt like I learned a secret I needed to share with the world.  My success through this new circuit training and Clean Eating became my healthy obsession.  I felt so passionate about fitness I had no choice by to become a personal trainer so I could spread the word and help others gain the confidence I did, thus online personal training was born.


I help women learn the fastest way to lose weight (and keep it off) through a daily workout plan, clean eating recipes, but most importantly, through coaching and finding a healthy relationship with their bodies and minds.

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Since then, I have competed in several bikini competitions, as well as running in races including half marathons on a regular basis.  I am currently involved with Crossfit as a competitor where I have won local competitions and competed at the SouthEast Regionals in 2016.


I am a NASM certified personal trainer, Spinning Instructor, Crossfit Level One Trainer, USA Weightlifting and USA Powerlifting Coach and weight loss specialist.  I am a self employed online personal trainer that helps women all over the world create a body and life they love.

Now my goal is to help you achieve your dreams. Anything you want to do is possible, and I can help you.
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If you are interested in working with me, go to KyraWilliamsFitness.com/signup and begin your membership there!
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  • kslusher0222

    Reply Reply May 25, 2016

    Super excited to be working with you! I am a health and fitness coach also, but don’t have a coach myself! 🙂 So I’m looking forward to this new journey and learning about weight lifting and getting the nutrition where I need it to be for the best results!

    Thank you!

    • Kyra Williams

      Reply Reply May 25, 2016

      I fully understand. I am an L1 crossfit coach, have my powerlifting and weightlifting cert and am a personal trainer, but I still have a coach program for me too!

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