STAGE WEIGHT: 127
OFF SEASON WEIGHT: 140
WAIST: 29.5 (off season) 26.3 (in season)
THIS IS WHERE IT STARTED
Tamika has been involved in athletics for as long as she can remember. Starting at just eight years old Tamika was placed in gymnastics. As a competitive gymnast for the Aurora Illusions she earned three state titles. Tamika participated in gymnastics until high school, becoming captain her senior year. It was in high school that Tamika became an all state athlete in all three sports; gymnastics, cheerleading, and track & field at Denver East High School, where she graduated with honors near the top of her class. She accepted a track & field scholarship to Dakota Wesleyan University in South Dakota, where she became an All-American in the 100 and 200 dashes. After getting injured while training for an Olympic Qualifier she discovered her passion for the sport of body building. meter
A NEW PASSION
After working just over a year with her coach, Jason Alan Robinson she developed a highly competitive physique, worthy of becoming the first woman in Colorado to win a Figure Overall title at the largest and to some the toughest NPC National level competition; The NPC National Body Building Championships held in Miami, Florida. Tamika may now compete professionally in the International Federation of Body Building.
Before earning her pro card, Tamika earned her Master’s Degree in Criminology just six months prior. Tamika graduated with honors from the prestigious Regis University. This degree accompanies her two Bachelor Degrees in Fine Arts and Behavioral Sciences. Tamika received her certification of personal training through the National Council of Strength and Fitness shortly after finishing school. She is excited to share her knowledge and passion with those of all fitness levels alongside her husband Jason Alan Robinson as the co-coach of JARFit.
LIFE AS A PRO
After earning her pro card, Tamika set fire to the stage debuting at the third most prestigious show in the IFBB; The New York Pro and placing 5th. Tamika’s highest placing was in Los Angeles where she earned 4th. Unable to qualify for Olympia in her rookie season, she did become one of the only Pro’s to place top five in both the East coast and the West Coast. Tamika’s rookie season was nothing short of amazing, her goal of going to Olympia is within reach and she shall be there shortly.
2016 IFBB New York Pro 5th
2016 IFBB Puerto Rico Pro: 9th
2016 IFBB LA Pro: 4th
Colorado State: 2nd Open D NPC USA’s
6th NPC Nationals: 1st Open D and Figure Overall
Colorado State: 16th (bikini) The Warrior
Classic: 8th Novice and 8th Open (bikini)The Natural: 1st First Time Ever
Novice, 1st Novice1st Open D, Figure
Overall The Phil Heath Classic: 1st Open
The Rocky: 4thNpc Nationals: 16th
Rocky Mountain Classic 16th (bikini)