Mel Mueller BS, PES, 2000 Olympian, Pole Vault - Sydney, Australia thefitchick.me
Everyone wants to be f[IT] and for most of us we also have an [IT] - an obstacle in our way of getting what we really want from our lives. As an Olympian and mother of 3 young daughters, I not only understand that life can set us back from making health our priority â I fight the battle every day. As a working mother, I know what it takes to stay in shape and at the top of my game as the CEO of my home and fitness business, The Fit Chick. My goal is to help you discover that your âitâ can be overcome with some no-nonsense education, a tough resolve to move more and eat less â and a specific plan that can change the way you see yourself, your life and your fitness. You need some real tips, real solutions - real fitness for real life and I am the one to help you!
I competed as an elite pole vaulter and athlete for several years, becoming a world-class vaulter earning a spot on the 2000 Olympic team in Sydney. In addition, my work ethic and personal resolve allowed me to compete in several competitions, earning 1st place/meet record holder Pam Am Games 2003, 2002 Goodwill Games team, 1999 2 time indoor American Record holder, 5th 1999 Indoor Worlds. In 2004, my focus shifted gears and I quit training to have my first Daughter, Olivia. In the next 2 years, I was blessed with 2 more baby girls, Naomi and Tessa. Yes - 3 girls just 3.5 years apart! Recently, I decided to do my first figure competition and placed 3rd using my easy, real life fitness plan. I understand the need to make weight loss and fitness easy and simple for all those people out there just trying to stay on top of work and life!
I am very happily married to my best friend, my rock and my inspiration, Dr. Mike Clark, CEO of NASM, Board of directors DOTfit and Cheif Science Officer here at Sharecare.
Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
Honors or Awards
WIAC Scholar-Athlete Of The Year, 1994
USTCA NCAA Division III Track & Field Athlete Of The Year, 1994
USTCA NCAA Division III Hall Of Fame Inductee, 2004
UW-Oshkosh’s John Taylor Senior Scholar-Athlete Award, 1994
UW-Oshkosh’s Outstanding Young Alumni Award, 1994
Inducted into UW Oshkosh - Titan Hall of Fame, 2006
US Olympian - pole vault, Sydney, 2000
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