Featured Trainer: Tiffany Rothe



Tiffany Rothe
Tiffany Rothe is a California native. From age 3-17, she was a creative dancer, until at age 18, she discovered “fitness” and began teaching aerobics.  Realizing the profound effect exercise has on peoples’ lives, Tiffany became passionate about teaching classes and training people.  However, Tiffany was interested in pursuing a career in law, therefore while continuing to work as a fitness trainer and instructor, she graduated cum laude from the University of California Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1996; received a law degree from the University of Southern California (USC) in 1999 and independently studied nutrition at Santa Monica College.  After graduating from USC, Tiffany decided not to practice law, and chose to focus on her passion of helping people improve their lives through her workouts.

Her workout routines have been featured in Women’s Health, Marie Claire, Harpers Bazaar, InStlye, Fitness Magazine and in 2012, she was named “One of the Best Workouts on YouTube” by the Dr.Oz show. In 2010, she created an entirely new and exclusive exercise DVD called “The New Yoga Mat Workout-cardio super sculpt ” presented by Fitness magazine as one of the hottest new workouts.  Tiffany was a principle athlete and consultant for Planet Reeboks’ super bowl campaign in 1993; she was a model and spokesperson for Dance France from 1992-1994; she was featured in several fitness campaigns and videos including Crunch and Nike – “Instructors Across America;” she was a trainer for a Gatorade fitness promotion and she founded her company Rezults Training in 1996. She received her black belt in Tae Kwan Do  – Tae Bo Kwan from her sensei Billy Blanks.

In 2004 she moved to Mexico, became fluent in Spanish, opened her fitness studio, Center 8 Studio, and has been featured on 20 consecutive fitness segments on the nation’s most popular morning program TV Azteca’s “Venga la Alegria.”  Tiffany also created a teen outreach program called “El Reto,” where teens from various high schools competed in a vigorous 8-week challenge that tested their wills, improved their physical fitness, cultivated team building skills and taught them about proper nutrition.

Her fitness philosophy:  “Train your mind, Work your body, Lift your Spirit”. Tiffany’s workouts get your mind in shape so that you can endure her sometimes demanding, ever-changing and always fun workouts.  Every one admires the heart of an athlete. “I train the athlete inside all of my students.  It doesn’t matter if you are old or young, overweight or slim, physically challenged to naturally endowed,” says Tiffany.  “My classes and my training style bring out the best in you.”

Tiffany has over 20 years experience helping people get in shape. She is a leading expert in fitness.


Q & A with Tiffany Rothe

FG: When and why did you become a personal trainer?

TR: I became a personal trainer when I was 18 years old. I loved the idea of helping people transform their bodies by working out. I have always liked making people look and feel beautiful and strong.

FG: Let’s talk nutrition! Do you have any suggestions for our readers?

TR: I don’t believe in dieting, but I do believe in making choices that support your goals. I am a naturalist when it comes to food. I believe in eating lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and drinking mainly water. Packaged and processed foods are not good for you.Your body does not recognize food that is loaded with chemicals and preservatives. Even if I eat some “treats” on my free days, I want them to me homemade, not from a bag or a can.

FG: What are you favorite healthy beverages and why?

TR: I drink water with lemon or cucumber mint water. I just cut the fruit or herbs up and let it get infused into the water. Very refreshing.

FG: What are your recommendations to people who are trying to remain
consistency with their workouts?
TR: Don’t ever let yourself skip more than 3 days in a row. You should have an automatic clock in your head that says you MUST workout if it has been longer than 3 days. Working out must be a habit, something you do all the time. Oftentimes when you stop exercising you stop eating healthy as well. This has a lot to do with whether or not you are in the zone of self care. Working out helps you to stay in that zone.

FG: What would you do if you had only 30 minutes to exercise?
TR: I would do Tiffany Rothe Workouts of Course. I would do the 10 minute booty shaking Towel workout. 100 Rocket Squats. Chiseled Chair Challenge, Ballerina Legs and Lean and Lovely Lower abs part 2. That would be about 30 minutes.


Click here to view Tiffany’s “Ready, Set, Summer Workout” for Fitness Magazine
FG: Do you have any additional tips or advice, anything you would like to
share that we  didn’t cover?

TR:  I always say you need the 3 C’s to get to the 3 F’s. Constant and consistent commitment will make you Fit, Fierce and Fabulous. Another great tip is to stop negative self talk, spend your energy on things that build you up instead of tear you down.

FG: How can our readers get connected with you? Do you have a DVD? Are you
working on any particular projects?

TR: people that have the closest access to me are my INNER CIRCLE Members. I have an online “gym” that is dedicated to helping women get in the best shape of their lives and stay there. I do not focus on the quick fix, I want my students to have lasting results. Those who join my INNER CIRCLE get all of my best tips, motivation, workouts and insight on how to lose weight and stay in shape. You can also subscribe to my Youtube channel at Tiffany Rothe Workouts Channel for free workouts. I am available on my Facebook page to answer questions at Tiffany Rothe Workouts.  Here is the link for those who are interested in my INNER CIRCLE membership: www.tiffanyrotheworkouts.com/join-inner-circle-fitclub.

FG: Special thanks Tiffany for participating in our Q & A. We appreciate your time and consideration.