Meet the Yancy Camp Registered Dietitians
Corinna Coffin MS, RD 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.
Amy Culp, RD, CSSD, LD, is a skilled nutrition expert with a passion for promoting nutrition and wellness. For over a decade, she had a private practice in Austin, Texas, where she specialized in sports nutrition, weight management, eating disorders and wellness. During that time, she served as a consultant sports dietitian at the University of Texas Athletics, and in 2012 she accepted the position as their first full time sports dietitian. As the Assistant Athletics Director of Performance Nutrition and Clinical Wellness, she directs all aspects of the performance nutrition program at UT.
Armed with her wealth of nutrition knowledge and a true passion for leading others toward a healthier lifestyle, Amy feels she is doing her life’s work when working with individual athletes and teams on fuelling strategies for optimizing performance and health.
Amy earned her bachelor of science with distinction in food and nutrition from San Diego State University and completed her clinical training at the highly competitive and challenging VA San Diego Healthcare System. While at SDSU, she was chosen as the Outstanding California Dietetic Student of the Year for the State of California by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Amy is both a registered and licensed dietitian and is board certified in sports dietetics. She is an active member of the national and local chapters of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA), and the Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Dietetic Practice Group (SCAN) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Amy serves on the CPSDA Board of Directors.