Tiffiny Hall has made a living from exercise – but to call her a fitness trainer would be under-selling it.
The former Biggest Loser coach, who has gone on to launch her own fitness program TIFFXO, is whip-smart; she studied media and communications at Australia’s top-ranked University of Melbourne, where she also obtained a Diploma of Modern Languages in French, before penning, at last count, five health books and a series of fiction novels.
Add to that her ranking as one of Australia’s best female martial artists (she is daughter to an Olympic Taekwondo coach and black belt mother), and her regular stints on Channel 10’s The Living Room, and you get a pretty clear picture: Tiffiny Hall is a bloody impressive woman.
Oh, and she’s only 33.
How someone packed all that into a touch over three decades baffles me, but here Tiffiny is, just a few weeks post-birth of her first child, ready to tackle her next feat: helping women accept themselves, in a world where we are constantly bombarded with messaging that tells us what we are couldn’t be more wrong.
“I have a close-knit community through my program,” the TIFFXO founder tells Mamamia on the phone from her Melbourne home.