Monday, April 21, 2014

 Originally from Lubbock Texas, Fitness America 2013 Champion, Stephanie “CoCo” Brewster now lives in Las Vegas, NV. When she’s not busy performing on stage or catering to a crowd she finds time to be a fitness model, coach and all around athlete.
“I like to say, ‘Me and my coco puffs are always ready for battle!’ I pride myself on my athletic ability. I train hard and push myself every second I am on the field, turf, court, or gym floor. I have been lucky to find coaches and mentors to push me to be better, and I know that the best is still yet to come. Will I step on stage for a second time as a Figure competitor? Possibly. Unfortunately, society hasn’t fully accepted a woman with a lean, fit physique such as today’s Figure competitor which makes it hard to work in the Las Vegas industry. This town definitely favors Bikini physiques. When I’m not serving cocktails in this city of Sin, I’m prepping food, training, coaching fitness athletes, or trying to find time to sleep. Working as a cocktail server, bartender, or performing on stages in Honduras and still finding time to help others pursue their fitness dreams make the adult power naps all worth it!”
Stephanie is currently preparing for her Fitness Pro debut on June 27th at Fitness Universe in Miami. She devotes four days of weight training at Phase 1 Sports, one day on the track or running stairs, and checks in biweekly with her coach.
“I don’t blame anyone for not being able to keep up with my crazy schedule! If it weren’t for my cell phone I would barely know what month we are in! But no matter the organized chaos which is my life, I train like a beast so that I can be a shining star on stage! There is nothing my 5″ Cinderella heels can’t handle. I believe that anyone can be the person they want to be too, whether it’s on stage or off. My whole purpose in being in this industry is to help show people that anything in this world is possible, but all that starts with a healthy foundation. I deal with an autoimmune disease, work two full time jobs, and still find time to train and portion out my food for the week. No one is ever “too busy.” We all just have to learn to sacrifice the less important things for this lifestyle that we all so knowingly deserve.”

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