I grew up in Prince George BC.  I love exploring the great outdoors by foot, mountain bike, kayak, or snowshoe.  My favourite things in life are summed up with “F words”: 

friends, family, fitness, fun, food, and fur babies (my pitbull Nova, and pug/mini daschund, Remington).


My mission is to inspire people of all ages and walks of life to be the best version of themselves. My goal is to help you reach yours!

Following my passion for fitness and healthy living, I obtained my personal trainer designation through CanFitPro.  I am so fascinated with how foods can be used to heal our bodies and how weight loss is not a "one size fits all" approach.  I received my certification in sports nutrition through the Alive Academy of Natural Health and I am continuing my studies to become and Certified Holistic Nutritionist.  I love connecting with people of all walks of life, and sharing my passion.  I strive to educate others on the importance of proper nutrition and physical activity and help them learn to live a sustainable balanced lifestyle.

Growing up playing competitive team sports throughout my youth, I consider myself a lifelong athlete.  I am an avid hockey player, and had the privilege of playing college hockey on a scholarship.  I continue to be active in our local hockey community and am a defensemen in our local co-ed rec hockey league.  I always love to challenge myself and learn new things, and most recently I have taken up snowboarding!


But doesnt lifting make you look like a man?

Absolutely freaking not! Toned, and lean? Yes. Bulky like a linebacker? No. In order for a woman to gain muscle as a man would, a lot of testosterone is required and the female body simply does not naturally produce enough to make this possible. Physiologically speaking, it is pretty much impossible for a woman to pack on THAT much muscle unless you are getting help from some unnatural (and potentially unhealthy) substances.

LADIES! Don’t by shy! Pick up them heavy ass weights and see for yourself how good strong can feel!

I discovered my love for bodybuilding and competing in 2014.  I like that fitness competitions provide me with a goal to work towards and a chance to be a competitive athlete as an adult. I feel that being a natural fitness competitor and doing the “extreme” shows true dedication gives me the ability to lead by example. The highlight of my competitive journey was taking the stage at the 2015 IFBB International Events Qualifiers in Toronto, Ontario where I placed in the top 10.  In 2017, I decided to make the switch from bikini to figure.  I entered the Kelowna Classic as a figure/bikini "crossover" and took 1st place overall in the figure category and 1st place in my bikini class.  It was an absolute dream!  My message to you is never give up and only look back to see how far you have come!

Sandra Wickham Fall Classic


                1st Place Figure Overall                          Kelowna Classic                               2017

                1st Place Figure Overall

                       Kelowna Classic


Western Canadians


                      1st Place Bikini                           Kelowna Classic                                 2017

                      1st Place Bikini

                        Kelowna Classic


IFBB World Qualifier Nationals



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