Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir was born on May 10th 1993. She was born in Reykjavik, Iceland and was a former gymnast and track athlete. She is an Icelandic CrossFit athlete known for her four appearances at the CrossFit Games. She is the women’s champion of the 2015 and 2016 CrossFit Games. Last year Katrin did what only two other athletes for both men and women have ever done in the history of the crossfit games and that was win the crossfit games twice.
Her first ever crossfit games that she attended Davidsdottir came in 30th, the following year in 2013 she came in 24th. The years to follow in 2015 she won the crossfit games then again had a repeat victory in 2016.
In 2015, when Katrin won her first crossfit games she said it was hard to imagine that she could become any stronger. In 2016 the crossfit games which was named as the “toughest” games in history wins overall for women.
Building strength and better physical fitness is about a whole lot more than just logging time in the gym. In fact, a major part of how your body performs has to do with—shocker—what you eat. We’ve all heard the classic saying you are what you eat time and time again—
How does she become “the fittest Women on Earth? “CrossFit is going to transform your body. It’s going to transform your life in ways you can’t imagine.” and for Katrin is became a lifestyle. Every day for Katrin is a challenge, she challenges herself to be better the the day before. she first started off her day with eating the right foods, which is the most important thing to do when you are trying to stay fit. Diet is 80% and exercise is 20%. She first starts with 3 eggs, fried on both sides, half an avocado, fruit and coffee with cream.
On a good day, when she gets to eat lunch, it’ll be chicken salad and the other half of the avocado. When she does not get to eat lunch she would eat as soon as she finish training, and leave practice drinking coconut water with a scoop of chocolate protein powder and a serving of fruit. For dinner, Katrin tries to eat lots of dark green stuff-spinach, kale, broccoli. For protein she’ll have chicken.
Exercising is the easy part says Davidsdottir, when it comes to eating right that is the struggle.