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Meet Kendra Crabb

Kendra Crabb

"Mama Ken"




National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association - Fitness Nutrition

National Academy of Sports Medicine - CPT

Fitour - Advanced Yoga Instructor

National NPC Competitor

1st Place - Texas State Championships

My Story:

I’ve chased health and fitness my entire adult life. It began with yoga - hatha and vinyasa. Beginner to advanced. I even taught yoga for two years. The pursuit of fitness then shifted to running marathons. 

I set goals. I tried to stay fit. But I didn’t understand nutrition. I experimented with Vegetarianism, Keto, Paleo, and was still struggling. I eventually began weight lifting and fell in love with it! I hired a coach to guide me through competing in an NPC bodybuilding competition and it was a whole new world that I loved and love being a part of.

Since then, I've become a full-time lifestyle and competition prep coach -- coaching 50+ men and women from ages 18-50 -- I compete as a national athlete across the country, and I am raising 4 lively kiddos! As you can imagine, I've learned the value of balance (we love chicken AND chocolate chip cookies in our home), and of hard work. There really is no substitute for good old fashioned hard work.

My coaching style:

Health for me and my clients = body, mind, + spirit. I am committed to your overall wellness.

Being fit isn’t just about looking good, it’s about living a wholehearted life, and a long life!

I make sure that my clients are getting the support, nutrition, and results that they need to achieve this overall wellness. 


❥ I want to help you learn what you are capable of.

❥ I want to help heal or improve your relationship with food and with your body.

❥ I want to challenge you,

❥ and support you,

❥ and teach you how to celebrate every victory,

❥ and how to fail without giving up.


I know it’s cheesy but I love that I've acquired the nickname Mama Ken.

I am such a nurturer and that is definitely reflected in my coaching.

But my kids and my clients will tell you, I’m a mama who expects best effort, because I want them to expect the best of themselves.