Kayli Ann Phillips
Crossfit athlete, Social Media Celebrity
Kayli Ann Phillips is a CrossFit athlete from Northern California. She’s known for her dedication to the sport, along with her inspirational quotes and photos on social media.
Kayli has attracted a significant following throughout the years. She’s done this by uploading workout videos and photos displaying her physique to the world. She’s also worked as a sponsored athlete, using Instagram and her huge network of contacts to create her success.
However, Kayli says gaining success wasn’t easy. She makes it clear to her fans it was ‘hard work and dedication’ that got her where she is today.
With an every-growing following online, Kayli Ann Phillips is always trying to achieve her fitness goals and make her fans proud. This is her story:
|Full Name: Kayli Ann Phillips|
|Weight||Height||Year of Birth||Nationality|
|135 - 145lbs (61.2 - 65.8kg)||5'7" (170cm)||1989||American|
|Crossfit athlete, Social Media Celebrity||2010|
|Weight||135 - 145lbs (61.2 - 65.8kg)|
|Year of Birth||1989|
|Profession||Crossfit athlete, Social Media Celebrity|
- CrossFit Athlete
- Social media celebrity
- Sponsored Athlete
Kayli has sculpted her awesome physique in her own ‘home-gym,’ which includes a pull-up bar and Smith Machine. She enjoys the freedom this gives her, as she can workout any time of day without the need to travel, or sign up to other gym memberships.
Some of her favorite exercise are pull ups, l-sit ups, clean & jerk, squats, and a whole variety of workouts in the comfort of her back yard.
Her routine combines CrossFit techniques with classic weight-lifting movements. Kayli’s typical gym sessions are below:
- Deadlift 225lb
- Snatch work at 125,130,135lbs
- 88 double- unders
- 8 unbroken deadlifts(225/155)
- 8 strict handstand push-ups
- Warm-Up: Jump- Rope (3 mins)
- 400m Runs
- Suicides (until failure)
- 10 Thrusters
- 10 Pull-Ups x3
Macros And Carb Back-loading
As Kayli’s workouts are intense, with heavy weight sessions, her diet includes muscle- building foods which hit her daily macro-nutrient needs.
For achieving her daily protein needs, Kayli opts for lean meats such as chicken and turkey. After workouts, she also drinks whey protein to improve her recovery.
When it comes to carbohydrates, Kayli focuses on carb back-loading. This involves eating carbs later in the day when the body is more likely to store them as glycogen, as opposed to in the morning when they will be stored as fat. With this choice, she has very little body fat all year round.
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crossfit is not a sport
Dale if crossfit isn’t a sport niether is weight lifting
You are awesome! Keep moving forward