LA Muscle use cookies on this website. These cookies are essential for the shopping basket and other features to work and some are used to gather anonymous usage statistics which help us improve your browsing experience. To accept cookies, continue to use the site. For more information please see our cookie information page. Close

Koya Webb


Guest One: Koya Webb Fitness and Lifestyle Coach. Owner of Koya's Kuisine

  Growing up in the country with six people in a trailer was beyond fun and quite comical at times. Looking back I think living off of powdered milk and the helping hand made me really appreciate "the value a dollar", as my dad would say and definitely thank God when we moved to a house. Living in the country and being raised in the church is what I give credit for my outlook on life. In high school, I started my athletic career on the track where I competed in whatever they needed me to do. You name it, High Jump, Hurdles, Long Jump, Shot Put, or Relays and I did it. My first big success in Track and Field came when I won the State Championship in the High Jump as a sophomore. I was so excited and happy I knew sports were for me. This is what sparked my love for Track and Field, but I always wanted to play basketball. I missed out in middle school because coaches said I was slow, lanky, and uncoordinated. I was determined to prove them wrong. I remember dribbling circles around a pole in our basement and jumping rope in the kitchen so I could get my ball handing and speed up. Determined not to be defeated, I decided to give basketball one more try. My track coach talked to the basketball coach and after a brutal tryout I was on the team. I remember hearing, "At least she can run up and down the court." After one year of riding the bench and a coach change, I knew it was time for me to step up. I practiced everyday and wouldn't give anything less than one hundred percent every time I stepped on the court. By the middle of the season, I was the starting forward and received most improved honors my Junior and second year on the team. By my senior year, I averaged 21 points and 18 rounds a game which earned the MVP spot on the team. At this point, I knew I could do anything I was willing to work hard at. This mindset has definitely helped me in other areas of my life.

Previous Next
Previous Next
Guaranteed six pack or your money back
High quality, easy to carry shaker
FREE!  $6.88
Rapid six-pack formula, stimulant-free dual-action fat burner AND fat blocker
Natural water flush supplement
Essential vitamin for many life functions, highest grade