Welcome to She Rocks Fitness!
She Rocks Fitness was started by me (Katie Uhran)! I am a runner, yogi, cyclist, strength trainer, and healthy chef who works hard, plays hard, and enjoys life to the fullest. I believe you don’t have to give up the things you love to achieve your fitness and health goals. It’s about balance. moderation, and learning about what works for you and your body. It takes time, patience, and work, but the benefits of living an active and healthy lifestyle are worth the sweat and tears. I’m here to train, educate, and support you on your fitness journey. I love what I do and that’s why I’m here to help all of you achieve your goals!
It took me a while to get where I am a today, but I have learned a lot over the years from traveling, working in corporate, and meeting so many amazing friends along the way. It all started after college, when I moved out West to pursue my passion for skiing and my love of outdoor adventures. I lived in San Diego for 3 years and Denver for 7 years. While out West, I competed in triathlons, bike races, and running events. For a while I worked in the corporate world and was never truly happy. I hated sitting behind a desk and staring at a computer all day. So when I was laid off, a few years ago, I knew it was time to pursue my passion! I became a certified personal trainer and then also decided to become a certified yoga instructor from Om Time in Denver, CO. Both of these certifications required a lot of studying, time, and practice, but changed my life in so many ways.
So this is me, my story, my company, and my dream! Enjoy!
College of William and Mary
Bachelor of Science Major: Kinesiology May 2001
Division 1 Field Hockey Player
- Regional All American
- MVP Offense
- CAA All Tournament Player
National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Performance Enhancement Specialist
Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Instructor
TRX Certified Suspension Trainer
La Jolla Half Marathon: April 2004: 390 out of 1670 (Women’s Division)
US Half Marathon: November 2005: 44 out of 2000 (Women’s Division)
Basil Doc’s Sprint Triathlon: June 2006: 25 out of 145 (Women’s Division)
Guillermo’s Annual Squash Tournament: March 2007: Division C Mixed Double Champions
Hashim Khan Squash Tournament: February 2007 & 2008: Participant in Singles, Ladies and Mixed Doubles
Courage Classic Bike Ride: July 2009 3-day 155-mile bike ride through CO Mountain passes
Denver ½ Marathon Relay: September 2009
Superhero ½ Marathon: May 2011: 7:36 Pace: 25/657 Women: 7/237 out of age group (30-39)
Gran Fondo: September 2011: 100 Mile Ride in NJ