Tiffany is AFAA certified as well as holds FIT4MOM's Running, Stroller Strides and Body Back certifications. She is a born and raised Oregonian, she married her Kentucky gentleman six years ago. They have two little boys Kashtion who is 3 and Lucas is 2. Her life focuses on family, pets, traveling, food, reading and being a strong and healthy woman! Having two little boys keeps her busy and days are better when they choose to be active. Their family is often outdoors, playing soccer, camping and hiking, and this is what brought them to Fit4Mom. Tiffany is ecstatic to have a way to stay connected to other women, who have children and who want to get their bodies moving!! She strongly believes in you, in the power of this village and looks forward to getting to know each of you and leading you through your journey of a healthier life!
Meredith is an energetic and silly mama of two lovely little ladies. She is a forever Oregonian with home just outside Portland and Happy Valley in Damascus. She attended her first Stroller Strides class when her oldest kiddo was just 3 months old. Very quickly she realized the power of being healthy through exercise and bonding with other moms traveling this crazy road we call motherhood. After 4 years of being a member of Fit4Mom Meredith started a new adventure of instructing Stroller Strides classes to help other mamas find the amazing benefits of the Stroller Strides ‘Village’. Meredith and family love spending time outdoors in the mud, having dance parties, cooking together, and practicing our burpee technique.more
Lyndsay is mother to Robert and Declan, two very big and energetic toddlers that keep her on her feet! She joined Stroller Strides as a member in May of 2016, and joined our staff team as Village Captain in September of 2016. She exercises to keep up with her toddlers psychically, and loves our supportive village of moms to keep her strong mentally!more
I started doing stroller strides when my second child was 6 months old and it became clear that I wasn't going to be able to get to the gym anymore. I came for the workouts, but I stayed for the community of women who were also there because they wanted to find healthy lives without leaving their children behind. It's one of the best things I did for myself and my family postpartum!