Interview on IIFYM with Athlete Kyra Williams

Hi everyone! I haven’t had much time to blog here, but I’m moonlighting around on a few other fitness sites!

I was recently interviewed about my experience with flexible dieting (a.k.a. IIFYM, or If It Fits Your Macros) for my friends over at Kyra Williams Fitness. I’ve had great results tracking my macros, and I talk about it often on my Instagram. I’ll keep writing about this, but check out the story with Kyra – here it is!


Hi everyone! It’s great to be here! I’m Corrie, moonlighting as a fitness enthusiast and model when I’m not at my full time marketing job. I love everything fitness, health, & yoga related. I occasionally compete in shows, and used to coach clients at a personal training gym, but what I really prefer is living a balanced lifestyle year-round.

Describe “If It Fits Your Macros”. Define it, elaborate on what that means in the most simple terms.

If It Fits Your Macros (or flexible dieting) is simply a more detailed way of calorie counting. Instead of just tracking your total calories, you track each and every macronutrient.

Macronutrients (macros) include protein, carbs, fats. A lot of people say IIFYM is a fad because it’s received a lot of publicity lately in the fitness world, but it’s really nothing new…

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Sky’s out, Thighs Out

Hi! Long time no blog post. I think I blacked out for the majority of March and April.

This spring has been the busiest. I got promoted at my current job and it’s been interesting adjusting to the increased work load at the very height of our event season. It’s going well, though… although my most favorite boss ever did resign last week and I miss her terribly! Such is the nonprofit life, I suppose. #struggle

In other news, my best friend got married and I was lucky enough to be her maid of honor.



I’d like to think i nailed the maid-of-honor toast, but I’m pretty sure I blacked out during that, too.

The wedding was fabulous. Groomsmen were crying at least twice as hard as the bridesmaids. It was LEGIT. I did some weird inversions on the dance floor at the after party, so mainly just another night.

In Corritron world, I decided NOT to compete in the April Fitness America show. I kept hearing it would be canceled, then all the work shenanigans happened, and I decided to eliminate as many other stressors where I could. Competition prep was just one of those things.

I feel ok about it. I don’t really like doing physique competitions all that much – but I do like having something to work towards. I don’t know what’s next for me as far as competing, but I’ve been posting more about that on my Instagram.

I’m still working with my coach and i can honestly say I’m in the best shape of my life and the strongest I have ever been. I think this is pretty much what I would have looked like for my show other than a couple pounds.


Lastly – I’ll be in Chicago for my regular job next month for a week and then I’m headed to……..

SAN DIEGO with About Time for Crossfit Regionals!! I’ll be working at our booth at the Expo. so please come by and say hello if you will be there! I can’t wait, it’s going to be a blast!

IMG_1030Is anyone else around Chicago or San Diego next month? 

Arnold Expo and My Muscle & Fitness Ad

This month I flew up to Columbus, Ohio to go to the 2015 Arnold!

I have to say… it was WEIRD going up as more of a spectator than someone actually working at the expo. About Time didn’t have a booth this year (#sadness), but I still wanted to get up there and see all my fit frans.

Because I wasn’t working at a booth, I did get to walk around the expo. It. Is. Crowded. And when I say crowded, I mean you are PACKED in five people across and it takes 10 minutes just to move 50 feet. It makes the back of my knees feel sweaty just thinking about it. I hate crowds like that!

Here are some of my buds from MRI/ProLab –


We had a very interesting Friday night dinner that consisted of the men feeding each other cake…

IMG_0388Got to see my friends Robin and Dan, who were both working with Promera … I ended up going to dinner with the Promera team on Saturday night and they are such fun, amazing people!




Here’s Nick from 360 CUT – where I ate an omelette the size of my face.

IMG_0407And Korbie from Body Fortress, who I had the pleasure of sharing a cab with last Arnold and we have been expo buddies ever since… 



IMG_0368What I look like in 19 degrees… just. cold. just so cold.

IMG_0359Perhaps my favorite part of my whole trip was meeting up with some of my girlfriends from Facebook – some of which I have known for years now but never met in person! Steph, Abby, LaTasha, Tobi, Chels, Kels, Miranda…. sooo many! Although I can’t seem to find any of our thousand photos we took …

IMG_0402I also got to see my buds Sarah, Elissa (duhhh), and Luke (100% of our friendship is traveling) –

IMG_0363All in all, it was really fun! Not sure I’d ever go again as strictly a spectator … I honestly enjoy working an expo more than I do attending – but it was nice to enjoy the cold for a few days and see everyone.

IN OTHER NEWS – I got my first Muscle & Fitness Hers magazine ad this month! Check check check check check it out – (for the record, I AM WEARING SHORTS). I was just on my way to the beach…

IMG_0326Pretty neat! Let me know if you get a chance to see it!