Mission & Information Statement
Yancy Camp provides Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) athletes from all levels of fitness with an effective and inexpensive way to team up with a top level athlete to get an insider’s view into their training program. Even if you never plan on participating in the sport of OCR, this is Fitness Training For Everyone. You never know, you might be inspired to come join us. You’ll have weekly updated online access to 3 of the same workouts being performed by the OCR athlete of your choice. All the athletes on the roster are trained by Yancy Culp, and though their race plans and goals are similar, differences occur in the areas of focus and key races. Our goal is not to provide you with an all-inclusive training plan, but to provide you the opportunity to team with one or more of our athletes, and have a view inside their training program. If you choose to plug their workouts in to your training program, they are drafted in a way that allow for you to complete the workout using a pace that’s comfortable to you and/or weight resistance that’s also comfortable to you. You’ll quickly see how their workouts are designed to help prepare them for the upcoming obstacles in an OCR event. In addition, strategies for building an aerobic running base, the importance of having a strong aerobic base, and the importance of taking your time to build the base. You’ll also have the opportunity to see how your athlete’s training plan changes throughout the season as a certain high priority race approaches and we work with periodization to try and achieve a peak for the race.
The sport of OCR is a diverse sport that tests every aspect of fitness and well-rounded athletes excel in the sport. Yancy and the roster of athletes will help you improve your ability to master obstacles and improve running performance, then tie it all together as you enjoy the sport of OCR. From the shortest distances offered by every race circuit to the longest endurance races, and every distance in between, Yancy and the athletes have great experience with them all. Don’t worry about special equipment or location differences; if you have a basic gym membership, access to a 400m track or area to run where you can mark off distances, you’ll have everything you need, and for many of the workouts, these aren’t even needed.
Join today for this one-of-a-kind experience to team with some of the best male and female athletes in our sport. Yancy and your athlete will always be available for questions, to provide motivation, mental coaching, race strategy, and can’t wait to watch you succeed on race day. Check out our roster of athletes and choose your inspiration today!
I have been competing in the sport of obstacle course racing (OCR) and since 2011. I started off like many in the sport by signing up for the local Warrior Dash and was immediately hooked. I jumped in to the Spartan circuit and did everything backwards as two of my first five Spartan races were completing the 2012 Ultra Beast and the 2013 Death Race which lasted 72 hours. Since then, I’ve completed four more Ultra Beasts and many Sprints, Supers, & Beasts. I finished in the top 50 in the Spartan elite points standings for 2014 & 2015. I’ve won Joe Decker’s 12 hour “The Suck” twice, I earned the 50+ mile World’s Toughest Mudder Bid in 2014 & 2015. In my three BattleFrog races, I’ve placed 2nd overall, two 1st place and one 2nd place in the Master’s Division. I have appx 35 combined podium finishes in various OCR races across the circuit. I’m a competitive Master’s Track and Field athlete who’s been competing in track, road, and trail racing since my high school and college days when I was a state of Texas medalist in the 1600m and went to the University of North Texas on a Track/Cross Country scholarship. I was also a Powerlifter and Football player in high school. I spent four years in the US Navy where I began to realize my true passion for fitness. After the Navy, I played a year of Semi-Pro Football in the California based PFL. For the past 15 years, my wife Amy and I have partnered in the ownership of sCULPture Nutrition & Fitness. I’ve been providing personal training, coaching fitness boot camps, programming for OCR and running athletes, coaching weekly OCR workouts/races, and providing sports performance training for the Cedar Park High School Athletic Program with a focus on Football and Track & Field athletes. In 2015 I launched YancyCamp.com where we provide online coaching with my OCR Program and the top level athletes I coach in the sport. I’m a Spartan SGX Coach; have been an ACE Certified Personal Trainer for 18 years; I’m the HumanN/BeetElite Active Lifestyle Coach; I’m a Power Systems Master Coach; I’m the DEKAFIT from the creators of Spartan Program Manager; and I’m a US Army BOSS Strong Alpha Warrior Coach. My wife Amy is the Sports Performance Dietitian for the University of Texas Athletics Department, and we have a nutrition private practice in Austin. We have two amazing kiddos – Lily & Scout. I’m 48 years young, and there isn’t a person walking the planet who loves life and all things fitness more than I do. I look forward to having you join our YancyCamp.com family.
Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics
Registered & Licensed Dietitian, Nutrition Therapist
Amy Culp, RD, CSSD, LD is a skilled nutrition expert with a passion for promoting nutrition and wellness. She is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and is Board Certified in Sports Dietetics. Amy specializes in sports nutrition, eating disorders and weight management. Amy and her husband Yancy (a certified personal trainer) own sCULPture Nutrition & Fitness, LLC in Austin, TX. Amy is a partner in sCULPture, having accepted the position of Sports Dietitian with the University of Texas. In addition, she is a nutrition consultant and dynamic speaker for large and small companies nationwide.
Armed with her wealth of nutrition knowledge, public speaking abilities, and true passion for healthy living, Amy feels she is doing her life’s work when she educates the public on strategies of living a healthy lifestyle. She particularly enjoys utilizing a non-diet approach to help clients make peace with food and assisting athletes in getting an edge on the competition through proper fueling techniques.
Amy earned her Bachelor of Science with Distinction in Food and Nutrition form San Diego State University, and completed her clinical training at the highly competitive and challenging VA San Diego Healthcare System. While at SDSU, Amy exhibited outstanding leadership abilities as President of the Student Nutrition Organization, was awarded with scholarships and was chosen as the Outstanding California Dietetic Student of the Year for the State of California by the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics (AND) formerly the American Dietetic Association. Prior to starting her private practice, Amy worked in nutrition communications on a healthy dining guide, educated the general public as a nutrition education consultant, and worked with the students of the University of Texas to improve their nutrition and wellness.
Amy is an active member of the American, Texas, and Austin Dietetic Associations; the Sports, Cardiovascular & Wellness Dietetic Practice Group; Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association, Nutrition Entrepreneurs Dietetic Practice Group; and Austin Eating Disorders Specialists. In her free time, Amy enjoys cooking, being physically active (especially running, cycling, and in sCULPture Boot Camps!), relaxing with her family, and eating chocolate (in moderation)!
Corinna Coffin, MS, RD
Corinna is a Registered Dietitian and fitness enthusiast with a strong passion for helping others lead healthier, happier lives through nutrition and lifestyle practices.
A Virginia native, Corinna attended Virginia Tech for undergraduate school where she received dual degrees in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise as well as Spanish. During her time there, she competed on the university’s club lacrosse and triathlon teams, as well as discovered CrossFit and obstacle course racing (OCR).
In 2014, Corinna placed second at the Spartan Race World Championship in Killington, Vermont—four months after her first competitive OCR—and signed her first pro-team contract shortly thereafter. She spent the next 2.5 years (including her final semester of school) racing professionally, travelling the continent for competitions. Since then, Corinna has placed first and second respectively at the 2017 and 2018 Tough Mudder X Championships, become the last female reigning champ on Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge, competed on teams at the 2017 and 2018 CrossFit Regionals and at the 2018 CrossFit Games, and is the overall 2019 Spartan Stadion Series female champ.
Corinna attributes much of her athletic success to her focus on nutrition for both performance and health. She recently completed her master’s degree in sports nutrition at the University of Utah and currently resides in Salt Lake City. Corinna is excited to work with others who share the same passion for obstacle course racing and self-improvement. From Beast to Sprint/Stadion courses and everything in between, Corinna has excelled at all distances and is dedicated to helping you adopt the right nutrition to support your lifestyle and goals.
Paige Crawford, RD
Paige Crawford, RD is a registered dietitian from Spring Branch, Texas. Paige’s interest in the constantly evolving field of nutrition, and it’s impact on human performance, became the focus of her education and career. Paige specializes in sports nutrition and general wellness. Paige uses her creativity to maximize the impact she has on her client’s and ensure that all of their need’s are met. Paige graduated from Texas Tech University with her Bachelor’s of Science in Dietetics in 2012. She also worked under Amy Culp at the University of Texas following her undergrad to get experience in the competitive field of sports nutrition. She completed her dietetic internship with Iowa State University’s distance program, and gained experience in clinical nutrition, community-focused nutrition, food service, sports nutrition, and disordered eating at various locations in south Texas. Paige began her career as a registered dietitian at Auburn University working with volleyball, tennis, basketball, equestrian, golf and football student athletes. Paige’s experience in sports nutrition led her to become a performance dietitian at EXOS, where she works with a diverse clientele from professional, elite and former athletes to youth athletes, weight management clientele and the general adult population. Paige works hands on with her clients, performs individual consults, and gives nutrition education lectures to a variety go audiences. Paige is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group; and the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietetics Association.