Helping you “Live the Sporty Life!”
The “sporty life” is more than just fitness and nutrition, it’s an attitude that’s focused on embracing fun and adventure. The sporty woman says, “I can do anything I put my mind to, I just need the resources to do it.” That’s where Girls Gone Sporty comes in.
Girls Gone Sporty is dedicated to sharing the top products, trends and ideas for advancing the fit and adventurous lifestyle. We know that sporty women work hard, play hard, compete and eat, all with the intention of being their best, most positive selves. Our commitment is to provide positive, informative and encouraging content that’s based on science and experience.
We know that healthy living is contagious and that healthy living is about more than weight loss. We encourage women everywhere to embrace whole health and an attitude of adventure – body, mind, spirit and lifestyle – right where they are now. As such, we’re committed to creating a community of encouragement through social media and our own forum. Please connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Google+ and Pinterest.
Laura Williams has a Master’s Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. After spending eight years in fitness and recreation management, she left the field in 2010 to pursue health and fitness writing and editing. In addition to functioning as the CEO and Executive Editor of Girls Gone Sporty, she works as the SI Editor for SheKnows and has been featured on Shape.com, CBS News, MSN, Exercise.com, About.com, LiveStrong, FitWatch, IDEA Fitness and MoneyCrashers.
Hobbies: Reading, trying new fitness experiences, lifting weights, running her dogs, watching trash TV
Favorite fit experiences so far: Snowboarding, wakeboarding, river kayaking and trampolining
Bucket list experiences she’d like to try: Surfing, river paddleboarding, white water rafting, trapezing and aerial yoga
Lance Williams is a former All-American baseball player with an undergrad degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Texas State University. After spending five years personal training, he left the field in 2006 to pursue a career in web design and development. In addition to functioning as the Web Administrator for Girls Gone Sporty, he also runs Learn Some Skills.
Hobbies:, “Nerding out” on TechTV videocasts, lifting weights, running and studying new technologies
Favorite fit experiences so far: Snowboarding, basketball, hitting a Grand Slam against UT, teaching Group Power, mountain biking, surfing
Bucket list experiences he’d like to try: Compete in the “Senior Olympics” in the 100 meter dash