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Kristina Moser Age | Height | Weight | Bio | Images | Workouts and Diet Plans

Kristina Moser is a bodybuilding enthusiast from America who’s become incredibly popular for her consistency, and love for lifting heavy weights.

Kristina’s journey started back in 2011 after she realized her weight, and her health went out of control.

After only one year, Kristina changed the shape of her body completely, going from overweight and lethargic, to lean and active.

However, Kristin wasn’t happy with her ‘cardio‘ body. She wanted to build muscle. That’s when she started researching more about nutrition, and training. By 2016, Kristina had built her desired physique – through hard work, and determination.

Here’s Kristina’s transformation story:


 

 

ATHLETE STATISTICS

Full Name: Kristina Moser
Nationality Profession Era
American Bodybuilder 2010
Nationality American
Profession Bodybuilder
Era 2010

 

Kristina Moser flexing her chest and arms while wearing a gym tank top under a light, highlighting her huge muscles

“I beg women, and men, to please not be discouraged when they feel they don’t see progress right away. Building muscle takes time. especially if you’re doing it naturally. I feel many accusations come from those who have never tried or stayed consistent.

In 2012 I dropped from over 160 lbs down to my cardio body of 115 lbs. I now sit between 125-130 lbs. It’s truly about consistency, self study, and never giving up. And I’m sure someone might pipe in and say ‘You looked better before.’ *The Dude voice* Well, like, that’s just your opinion man.”


 

Kristina Moser pulling up her top to reveal her thick abs and core muscles looking happy and strong


 

Kristina Moser in two pictures standing side by side. The first one, at the age of 22 looking overweight, the second picture at 27 looking muscular and happy

Kristina Moser before and after her transformation.


KRISTINA MOSER’S TRANSFORMATION MOMENT

After many ups and downs in Kristina’s life, including her unhealthy lifestyle, she realized she needed to change her life completely. That’s when she started researching more about bodybuilding and nutrition.

Kristina set goals for herself, took one step at a time, and moved forward with her life in a positive way. Kristina puts everything down to one thing, ‘consistency.

Here’s Kristina taking about the moment she realized she needed to change;

“I looked in that camera, forcing myself to look at how I let myself go that year. My metabolism stopped. I ate mac n cheese, cola, and pizza rolls almost every day. It was a few comments, and seeing myself in a terrible wedding photo that made me realize that something had to change.

Initially I was on my own, starting with nothing but cardio and calisthenics, and I dropped from over 160 back down to 115 lbs. (Now sitting about 125-130) I started food tracking on MFP. Saw pics of Dana Linn Baily and Andrea Brazier and set my goals.”


 

Kristina Moser comparing her body transformation over the years from skinny, to muscular

Kristina Moser’s transformation from 2012, to 2016.

“People ask how I stay motivated. It’s simple. I got fat and lethargic and wanted to make a change. You either do it, or you don’t. If you want to make a change, no one is going to f*@king hold your hand along the way. Don’t rely on a gym partner, family, or friends to support you. Do the research, go in with a game plan, and start crushing your goals.”


 

Kristina Moser wearing a onesie without leggings showing her lean and muscular body

TRAINING

IRON THERAPY

Throughout her years of training, Kristina has learned how to build muscle efficiently. Kristina says the only way to build muscle is by lifting heavy weight, not using “light weights.” 

Some of her favorite exercises consist of compound movements such as the deadlift, bench press, squat, overhead push press, and the bent over row. Kristina says whilst she does enjoy compounds, lots of her muscle comes from isolation exercises where she switches between heavy and light weight.

Here’s Kristina talking about the way she uses weightlifting as a therapy for not only her body, but also her mind;

“It’s not about building muscle. It’s not the proud, locker room, selfies. It’s not the gym environment. It’s just iron therapy . When the only control you have in your life, is the control over your body, and how you choose to treat it, despite the worlds troubles and distractions…. you fight. You stand up after you fall down. And you will fall. What you do after that is all up to you!”

CONSISTENCY IN TRAINING

Kristina is often asked how she has built such a great body, and her reply is always to stick at it. In the beginning, she started with cardio and calisthenics, then she begin lifting heavier weights.

After a lot of trial and error, and consistency, Kristina has managed to create her ideal physique. Here’s Kristina talking about her transformation:

“I constantly have people asking me how long I’ve been working out. Well… since 2012, consistently, 5 days a week. Originally I was cardio and calisthenics only to lose my weight, as well as calorie counting.

Much has changed since then, as I prefer bodybuilding, split weight training , and only 20 minutes of cardio opposed to an hour. Eating better food, which allows me to skip the calorie counting. My #muscle did not appear overnight. Don’t expect yours to either.”


 

Kristina Moser wearing a onesie showing her large leg muscles and her large right bicep

NUTRITION

HEALTHY CHOICES

A lot of Kristina’s knowledge about nutrition has been self taught. After years of trying different dieting methods, and calorie counting, she now prefers to eat a balanced diet filled with protein every 2-3 hours, and whole foods as much as possible.

Here’s Kristina talking about her fitness journey through dieting:

“I didn’t know how to get there, so day by day I LEARNED. Studied up on bodybuilding, workouts and workout splits, as well as basic supplements like protein, bcaa, workouts and the like.

Nutrition has always been a struggle but today I no longer count calories, but try to balance out a high protein diet, (minimum 20g every two to three hours) focus on slow burning carbs, and healthier fats, and cutting down sugars without giving up my beloved pizza completely.”


 

Kristina Moser standing under a light while holding her hands together flexing her triceps and glutes at the same time in a classic bodybuilders pose looking big and muscular

IDOLS AND INFLUENCES

Kristina mentioned Dana Linn Baily and Andrea Brazier as her main influences when she first started her ‘iron journey.’ Since the beginning of her transformation, she also become an inspiration of her own, being motivated by her own progress year after year.

Kristina Moser has also become a fitness icon for men, and women the world over who use weightlifting as a tool, to develop not only their physiques, but also their lives.


 

Kristina Moser standing under a light wearing a tank top showing the definition in her shoulders, chest, and biceps

WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM KRISTINA MOSER

One thing we can learn from Kristina Moser is; creating your ideal physique can take months, if not years of hard work and dedication. Kristina has shown that with the right mindset, most goals can be achieved with time and patience.

Here’s Kristina’s advice for people wanting to change anything in their lives:

“You are in charge of your life, you are in charge of your body. There are circumstances where life deals us a s*@itty hand in the genetics department, and it’s easy to feel you are not in control. But what you have are CHOICES. (In most situations)

YOU choose what to eat, YOU choose when to workout, YOU choose what to make a priority, YOU choose those hours on the couch, or the hour in the gym, YOU choose to a scroll through Facebook, or study basic nutrition health, YOU choose to stay stagnant, or make changes. No one else. No one should have to hold your hand. Your health and happiness can be in your hands.” – Kristina Moser 

 

 

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Kristina Moser Height | Age | Weight | Full Biography | Images | Training & Diet Plan

Kristina Moser is a bodybuilding enthusiast from America who’s become incredibly popular for her consistency, and love for lifting heavy weights.

Kristina’s journey started back in 2011 after she realized her weight, and her health went out of control.

After only one year, Kristina changed the shape of her body completely, going from overweight and lethargic, to lean and active.

However, Kristin wasn’t happy with her ‘cardio‘ body. She wanted to build muscle. That’s when she started researching more about nutrition, and training. By 2016, Kristina had built her desired physique – through hard work, and determination.

Here’s Kristina’s transformation story:


 

Kristina Moser is standing under a light wearing a stringed backed crop top showing her huge back, and arm muscles

ATHLETE STATISTICS

Full Name: Kristina Moser
Nationality Profession Era
American Bodybuilder 2010
Nationality American
Profession Bodybuilder
Era 2010

 

Kristina Moser flexing her chest and arms while wearing a gym tank top under a light, highlighting her huge muscles

“I beg women, and men, to please not be discouraged when they feel they don’t see progress right away. Building muscle takes time. especially if you’re doing it naturally. I feel many accusations come from those who have never tried or stayed consistent.

In 2012 I dropped from over 160 lbs down to my cardio body of 115 lbs. I now sit between 125-130 lbs. It’s truly about consistency, self study, and never giving up. And I’m sure someone might pipe in and say ‘You looked better before.’ *The Dude voice* Well, like, that’s just your opinion man.”


 

Kristina Moser pulling up her top to reveal her thick abs and core muscles looking happy and strong


 

Kristina Moser in two pictures standing side by side. The first one, at the age of 22 looking overweight, the second picture at 27 looking muscular and happy

Kristina Moser before and after her transformation.


KRISTINA MOSER’S TRANSFORMATION MOMENT

After many ups and downs in Kristina’s life, including her unhealthy lifestyle, she realized she needed to change her life completely. That’s when she started researching more about bodybuilding and nutrition.

Kristina set goals for herself, took one step at a time, and moved forward with her life in a positive way. Kristina puts everything down to one thing, ‘consistency.

Here’s Kristina taking about the moment she realized she needed to change;

“I looked in that camera, forcing myself to look at how I let myself go that year. My metabolism stopped. I ate mac n cheese, cola, and pizza rolls almost every day. It was a few comments, and seeing myself in a terrible wedding photo that made me realize that something had to change.

Initially I was on my own, starting with nothing but cardio and calisthenics, and I dropped from over 160 back down to 115 lbs. (Now sitting about 125-130) I started food tracking on MFP. Saw pics of Dana Linn Baily and Andrea Brazier and set my goals.”


 

Kristina Moser comparing her body transformation over the years from skinny, to muscular

Kristina Moser’s transformation from 2012, to 2016.

“People ask how I stay motivated. It’s simple. I got fat and lethargic and wanted to make a change. You either do it, or you don’t. If you want to make a change, no one is going to f*@king hold your hand along the way. Don’t rely on a gym partner, family, or friends to support you. Do the research, go in with a game plan, and start crushing your goals.”


 

Kristina Moser wearing a onesie without leggings showing her lean and muscular body

TRAINING

IRON THERAPY

Throughout her years of training, Kristina has learned how to build muscle efficiently. Kristina says the only way to build muscle is by lifting heavy weight, not using “light weights.” 

Some of her favorite exercises consist of compound movements such as the deadlift, bench press, squat, overhead push press, and the bent over row. This way, Kristina packs on more muscle mass month after month, as opposed to using lighter weights and isolation exercises.

Here’s Kristina talking about the way she uses weightlifting as a therapy for not only her body, but also her mind;

“It’s not about building muscle. It’s not the proud, locker room, selfies. It’s not the gym environment. It’s just iron therapy . When the only control you have in your life, is the control over your body, and how you choose to treat it, despite the worlds troubles and distractions…. you fight. You stand up after you fall down. And you will fall. What you do after that is all up to you!”

CONSISTENCY IN TRAINING

Kristina is often asked how she has built such a great body, and her reply is always to stick at it. In the beginning, she started with cardio and calisthenics, then she begin lifting heavier weights.

After a lot of trial and error, and consistency, Kristina has managed to create her ideal physique. Here’s Kristina talking about her transformation:

“I constantly have people asking me how long I’ve been working out. Well… since 2012, consistently, 5 days a week. Originally I was cardio and calisthenics only to lose my weight, as well as calorie counting.

Much has changed since then, as I prefer bodybuilding, split weight training , and only 20 minutes of cardio opposed to an hour. Eating better food, which allows me to skip the calorie counting. My #muscle did not appear overnight. Don’t expect yours to either.”


 

Kristina Moser wearing a onesie showing her large leg muscles and her large right bicep

NUTRITION

HEALTHY CHOICES

A lot of Kristina’s knowledge about nutrition has been self taught. After years of trying different dieting methods, and calorie counting, she now prefers to eat a balanced diet filled with protein every 2-3 hours, and whole foods as much as possible.

Here’s Kristina talking about her fitness journey through dieting:

“I didn’t know how to get there, so day by day I LEARNED. Studied up on bodybuilding, workouts and workout splits, as well as basic supplements like protein, bcaa, workouts and the like.

Nutrition has always been a struggle but today I no longer count calories, but try to balance out a high protein diet, (minimum 20g every two to three hours) focus on slow burning carbs, and healthier fats, and cutting down sugars without giving up my beloved pizza completely.”


 

Kristina Moser standing under a light while holding her hands together flexing her triceps and glutes at the same time in a classic bodybuilders pose looking big and muscular

IDOLS AND INFLUENCES

Kristina mentioned Dana Linn Baily and Andrea Brazier as her main influences when she first started her ‘iron journey.’ Since the beginning of her transformation, she also become an inspiration of her own, being motivated by her own progress year after year.

Kristina Moser has also become a fitness icon for men, and women the world over who use weightlifting as a tool, to develop not only their physiques, but also their lives.


 

Kristina Moser standing under a light wearing a tank top showing the definition in her shoulders, chest, and biceps

WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM KRISTINA MOSER

One thing we can learn from Kristina Moser is; creating your ideal physique can take months, if not years of hard work and dedication. Kristina has shown that with the right mindset, most goals can be achieved with time and patience.

Here’s Kristina’s advice for people wanting to change anything in their lives:

“You are in charge of your life, you are in charge of your body. There are circumstances where life deals us a s*@itty hand in the genetics department, and it’s easy to feel you are not in control. But what you have are CHOICES. (In most situations)

YOU choose what to eat, YOU choose when to workout, YOU choose what to make a priority, YOU choose those hours on the couch, or the hour in the gym, YOU choose to a scroll through Facebook, or study basic nutrition health, YOU choose to stay stagnant, or make changes. No one else. No one should have to hold your hand. Your health and happiness can be in your hands.” – Kristina Moser 

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FITNESS STAR

Kari Pearce Age | Height | Weight | Bio | Images | Workouts and Diet Plans

Kari Pearce is a CrossFit athlete and fitness instructor from Michigan, USA. She grew up as a competitive gymnast, practicing the discipline since the age of 3.

After 18 years in gymnastics, Kari decided to try something new – strength and conditioning training. Unfortunately, this period didn’t last long, as Kari ‘piled up’ a number of injuries from her powerlifting competitions.

In a search for new passions, Kari stumbled upon CrossFit. After only six months of training, she became a Regional CrossFit competitor.

Throughout the years, Kari’s success grew even further as she became a CrossFit Games athlete and fitness instructor with impressive career stats.

This is her story:


 

 

ATHLETE STATISTICS

 

Full Name: Kari Pearce
Weight Height Age Date of Birth
135 – 145lbs (61.2 – 65.8kg) 5’3″ (160cm) 28 July 5, 1989
Nationality Profession Era
American CrossFit Athlete 2010
Weight 135 – 145lbs (61.2 – 65.8kg)
Height 5’3″ (160cm)
Age 28
Date of Birth July 5, 1989
Nationality American
Profession CrossFit Athlete
Era 2010

 


 

Kari Pearce performing a back double biceps looking strong

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

PERSONAL BENCHMARK STATISTICS

  • Back Barbell Squat – 310 lbs
  • Clean and Jerk – 214lbs
  • Snatch – 185lbs
  • Deadlift – 365lbs

 

Kari Pearce climbing a rope during a CrossFit contest


CROSSFIT COMPETITIONS

Open
YEAR DIVISION OVERALL RANK (WORLDWIDE)  RANK BY REGION OVERALL RANK (BY STATE) OVERALL RANK (BY COUNTRY)
2018 Women 20th 2nd North East 1st New York 10th
2017 Women 2nd 1st North East 1st New Jersey 3rd United States
2016 Individual Women 17th 2nd North East 1st New York 7th United States
2015 Individual Women 108th 14th North East 4th New York 77th United States
2014 Individual Women

 

Regionals
YEAR OVERALL RANK DIVISION REGIONAL NAME
2016 4th Individual Women East Regional
2015 3rd Individual Women East Regional

 

Games
YEAR OVERALL RANK DIVISION
2016 5th Individual Women
2015 21st Individual Women

 

Team Series
YEAR OVERALL RANK TEAM NAME MEMBERS
2016 3rd FitAID Misfits Alexis Johnson, Jordan Cook, Travis Williams
2015 6th Progenex Misfits Travis Williams, Alexis Johnson, Jordan Cook

 


 

Kari Pearce training with rings

BIOGRAPHY

KARI’S BACKGROUND

Kari Pearce started her CrossFit journey in November 2014. However, she didn’t always plan on taking part in the sport.

In Kari’s own words; “Many of my friends told me how good I would be at CrossFit. For some reason, I kept putting it off and sought other areas of fitness.”

Some of Kari’s favorite activities at the time were gymnastics, which she practiced since the age of three. Alongside strength and conditioning training.

“I started gymnastics at the age of 3 with my sister and continued it for 18 more years. Right after college, I did a strength and conditioning internship at the University of Michigan.”


 

Kari Pearce lifting kettlebells


A BRIEF PERIOD IN BODYBUILDING AND POWERLIFTING

Fascinated by power and strength, Kari decided to take part in her first weightlifting competition.

However, this period didn’t last long, as Kari picked up several injuries right after her first competition. This forced her to reconsider her decision about powerlifting – causing her to switch to bodybuilding instead.

After doing her first physique competition, Kari realized that sport wasn’t for her. Unlike powerlifting, Kari felt no passion towards competitive bodybuilding on the stage.

BEGINNING OF CROSSFIT FOR KARI

In May 2013, Kari moved to New York City in a search for a new passion. She says; “I began training at New York Health and Racquet club where I met a powerlifting coach and did my first competition.

While I was preparing for my competition, the owner of a CrossFit gym contacted me about coaching CrossFit because he knew of my gymnastics and training background.”

After winning her powerlifting competition, Kari finally decided it was time to change direction. She chose to start a career as a CrossFit athlete.


 

Kari Pearce climbing a rope during a CrossFit event


RISE TO SUCCESS

It didn’t take Kari long to taste her first success in CrossFit. Only six months after she started training in CrossFit, she found herself competing at the East Regional event. But this was just the beginning for Kari.

Over the next several months, she qualified for the CrossFit Games and finished in 21st place overall. After this, Kari realized she found the sport of her dreams and she hasn’t looked back since.


 

Kari Pearce lifting a kettlebell

TRAINING

Kari trains up to three times per day, doing various forms of exercise. These include strength work, swimming, high-rep weightlifting, etc. In total, her workouts last up to three hours per day.

“One of my sessions always starts with weightlifting, then strength work, then a metcon. Two or three days, I’ll do a rowing session or a swim, and, every once in a while, running.”

Kari likes to have short rest in between sets, between 15-30 seconds. After she’s done with her heavy strength work, Kari will finish her workout with some mobility work which usually lasts around 15 minutes.


 

Kari Pearce running during a CrossFit competition

NUTRITION

Kari eats five to six small meals per day, along with protein shakes as her ‘snacks.’ She chooses the right balance of macros in each of her meals – combining lean proteins, complex carbs, and healthy fats for optimal results.

Some of Kari’s favorite foods include chicken breasts, eggs, peanut butter, and oatmeal. Talking about the simplicity of oatmeal, Kari said; “It’s easy. You can carry it anywhere. You just need hot water to cook it. It’s one of the things I carry most with me when I travel.”

Even when traveling, Kari sticks to a healthy and structured meal plan. If she doesn’t have an access to her prepped meals, she’ll go to a restaurant and order a healthy food menu option.

“If I eat out and I eat junk, I can really feel the difference in my energy levels.”


 

Kari Pearce wearing a red tank top, smiling and showing off her muscular

WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM KARI PEARCE

What we can learn from Kari Pearce is that, with the right mindset, you can make any goal into reality.

Kari successfully switched to CrossFit after facing numerous injuries on her powerlifting journey. She quickly excelled in the sport, reaching CrossFit regionals only six months after she began training.

The ultimate lesson we can learn from Kari is that setbacks aren’t necessarily there to ‘set you back.’

With the right approach, these very setbacks could be the opportunities for you to get closer to your goals – just like we’ve seen with Kari Pearce.

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