Amanda Latona


5′ 5″                 138 LBS            125 LBS

Sponsored Athlete, International Cover Model, IFBB Pro Bikini Competitor, Business Owner, TV Host, MC, Coach, Entrepreneur.

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Meet Amanda Latona.

Now Amanda Kuclo, Amanda is known for her amazing glutes and has been named the “Booty Queen” of the fitness industry. Amanda is an accomplished fitness competitor, TV host, personal trainer, model, recording-artist, and creator of an online fitness video series.

Over the last 10 years Amanda has established herself as a leader in the industry with over 25 1st place finishes in fitness and bikini competitions around the country. She officially earned her IFBB Pro card in 2009 after winning every competition that she entered that year. She has continued to dominate as a 10-time IFBB Pro Bikini Champion and a 10-time International fitness cover model featured on the covers of Muscle and Fitness Hers, FLEX, and Oxygen magazine worldwide. She is also the proud winner of the 2009 FLEX Bikini Model Search, and was also named “All Time Hottest” by the Flex Readers themselves.

A peoples Champion, Amanda fuses a love of the stage with her expert knowledge and training secrets to entertain and motivate people around the world to achieve their personal fitness goals.

On Being an ALLMAX Athlete

I’ve been in the fitness industry for many, many years and have never come across a supplement company with such an extensive line of products, ALL of which are amazing. I’m a strong believer in only getting behind something that I truly believe in so that I can promote what I am passionate about, and do it with truth and integrity. I’ve studied health, training and nutrition for over 14 years and I look forward to sharing what I know and helping others by providing them with information about product knowledge and how they can get the most from their efforts in their quest for being their best, in and out of the gym. The ALLMAX brand has such quality products that can benefit not only women but anyone, and that is why I’m so in love with this brand.

ALLMAX is a brand, a team and a family, that I not only believe passionately in, but a product line that supplements my training, nutrition and lifestyle, taking it to the next level. I’m ecstatic to be officially a part of the team that I feel like I’ve been a family to with my husband who is also on the team as well. Sharing this experience as husband and wife athletes is truly a dream come true. We’re teammates in life and now we’re teammate for ALLMAX. Thank you ALLMAX.

Question & Answer with Amanda

Favorite Type of Training?
For weights, I have built my physique on high volume heavy weight training, and for cardio I love HIIT. My fav for both are whatever challenges me. I love a challenge!

Favorite Cheat Food?
Double Whataburger and fries

Favorite Diet Food?
Baked spaghetti squash made by my husband

Favorite Exercise at the Gym?

Barbell Glute bridge

What Do You Like to Do Outside of the Gym?
I love to write, read and hang out with my family.

How Did You Get Into Fitness?
I started a career in singing at the age of 18 in an all girl group where Britney Spears was the original 5th member. They gave us a gym membership to stay in shape and work on cardio to be able to sing and dance at the same time. I walked into the gym, saw a woman with a 6 pack and said “I want to look like that”. I was just hooked from there, lifting, eating 6 times a day, and I even bought weights to have in my room when we lived in Germany. During my 2nd record deal, I had a lot of extra time to train in between recording so I was always in the gym. I had been performing for so many years on stage at this point, so I started to look into competing. To me, this took my 2 passions, performing and fitness and fused them together. I won the first show I ever entered in 2003, and absolutely loved it. The rest is history.

What Do You Listen to When You Work Out?
Pandora Pop and Hip Hop Power station.

What’s in Your Gym Bag?

Lifting belt, lifting wraps, compression socks, crossfit shoes, wireless beats, stop watch, lip gloss and a mini funnel to get my AMINOCORE and CARBION into my water bottle …So, the question is…What’s NOT in my gym bag lol.

Biggest Gym Pet Peeve? 

Someone trying to have a 15 min conversation in between sets when you’re there with a stop watch and timing your rests…and its leg day…and you cant get cold..and you have to start all over because you are no longer warmed up… to be specific 😉

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Competitive Record

Amanda Latona’s Competitive Record

IFBB Professional League:


IFBB Korea Pro

IFBB Olympia Weekend

IFBB Greater Gulf States Pro

IFBB Pittsburgh Pro

IFBB Arnold Classic


IFBB Sacramento Pro

IFBB Olympia Weekend

IFBB Greater Gulf States Pro


IFBB Sacramento Pro

IFBB Border States Pro Bikini



IFBB Olympia Weekend

IFBB Los Angeles Grand Prix Pro Bikini


IFBB Sacramento Pro 212 and Bikini

IFBB Titans Grand Prix Pro Bikini

IFBB MuscleContest Pro Bikini

IFBB Arnold Classic

IFBB Sacramento Pro

IFBB Olympia

IFBB Europa Super Show

IFBB MuscleContest Pro Bikini

IFBB Olympia

NPC Division:


NPC USA Bodybuilding & Figure Championships

NPC USA Bodybuilding & Figure Championships

NPC Los Angeles Bodybuilding, Figure and Fitness Championships

NPC Los Angeles Bodybuilding, Figure and Fitness Championships

NPC California State Bodybuilding, Figure and Fitness Championships

Training Plan

Amanda Latona’s Training Plan

My training consists of 6 days a week with 1 total rest day. And when I say total rest day this is not “active rest” lol. It’s like, me in my jammies all day. I’m a big believer that rest and sleep is an important part of training and total well being, so when you are bustin’ your butt for 6 days sometimes twice a day, your butt needs the rest. That’s why Monday is my rest day. It lets me off when the gym is most crowded and it’s when my fav tv shows are on!

5 days a week weights with 4 cardio sessions.

The weight split is a 2 days a week lower body with a glute day and a glute/ hammie day. I used to say Leg day but my glute day is a when I do my squats, presses, lunges etc. and all of them I make glute focused by my foot placement. This day is also where I do glute isolation exercises like hip thrusts, butt blaster, kickbacks etc., I make them heavier lifts as well.
The second lower body is a hamstring and glute day. Adding this hamstring focused day has really brought up my hamstring and the curve of my leg so I’ve been loving the results! Instead of just tacking on a hamstring curl during your leg day, I focus on several hamstring movements as well as glute isolation exercises this day.

Cardio is 3 HIIT days and 1 steady state.

For shoulders I have 1 day of heavy and the other day is super sets, tri-sets and HIIT in between. This way I get my 3rd HIIT cardio day in but I’m getting it in between my sets instead of adding it on after. An example is a front raise/lateral raise combo into a burpees instead of resting. I can get my cardio and weights done in 45 min.

Monday – Rest

  • Rest * I use Monday as my rest day because its usually the most crowded day at the gym

Tuesday – Glutes

  • Glutes

Wednesday – Shoulders/Arms

  • 35 min HIIT cardio AM plus band work
  • Shoulders(heavy straight sets, with drop sets and partials)
  • Arms PM **If I do fasted AM cardio, its usually done at home where I do intervals on the step mill. I then go upstairs for banded glute work in our at home gym.

Thursday – Back/Abs/Cardio

  • Back
  • Abs
  • 35 min HIIT cardio (sprints)

Friday – Carbio

  • 45 min steady state cardio
  • 15 min at 3 machines (this helps with boredom)/calves

Saturday – Hams/Glutes

  • Hams
  • Glutes

Sunday – Shoulders HIIT

  • Shoulders HIIT

Supplement Stack

Amanda Latona’s Stack

They’re all my favs so here is what I use throughout the day:

1st thing in the AM

Pre workout

** On Glute days, add

Post Workout

**Leg day post workout I add 1 scoop CARBION immediately after, wait 20 min, and then have my protein. My fav way to have this is I take a scoop of the Fruit Punch CARBION, mix it with a tiny bit of water in a small bowl and eat it like a fruity pudding. Its such a treat, I look forward to it.

Nutrition Plan

Amanda Latona’s Nutrition Plan

My meal plan consists of eating between 4-6 meals a day. Although I used to be very strict about needing to eat 6 times a day, I teach women about balance and making fitness a lifestyle. A lot of times, people have jobs where they can’t eat every 2-3 hours and that was causing them extra stress. It’s about getting your nutrition in, period.

And if that means splitting out to 4 meals or 7, it’s whatever works best for you. Here is what works for me:

      • I’m more of a protein/fat girl as opposed to a protein/carb girl.
      • I eat a high protein diet between 120-150 grams a day
      • I avoid sugar
      • My have a carb meal usually the first 2 meals, the rest are protein, fats, veggies, and I do extra carbs on leg days only.
      • I eat a TON of veggies.
      • I have a list of proteins, complex carbs (that are low sugar or sugar free) and healthy fats that I choose from, and mix and match from that list throughout the week, making sure to rotate these foods into my diet. This way I get as many nutrients as possible as well as avoid food intolerances my eating the same thing every meal, every day.
      • My proteins examples: lean white meat, lots of fish, egg whites and whole egg protein powders and limited beef.
      • Carb examples: oats, brown rice, unsweetened shredded wheat, spouted grain bread.
      • Fats: variety of oils (coconut, almond, olive, grape-seed), avocados, nuts and nut butters, etc.
      • Veggies: brussel sprouts, broccoli, carrots, zucchini, spaghetti squash, etc.
      • I eat a lot of seeds, raw and sprouted foods.

So here is what a typical day would look like:

Meal 1

4 egg whites with spinach and mushrooms, ¼ avocado, ½ cup old fashioned oats with cinnamon, stevia, 1 tbsp chia seeds.

Meal 2

4oz tilapia, ¼ avocado, 1 cup spaghetti squash, bowl of unsweetened shredded wheat cereal with unsweetened cashew milk

Post workout

1 ½ scoops ISOFLEX with unsweetened cashew milk.

Meal 3

4 oz chicken, avocado and mustard, brussel sprouts sautéed in coconut oil, large salad with low to no sugar dressing,

Meal 4

Casein FX Pudding: 1 heaping scoop of chocolate CASEIN FX, mixed with a little unsweetened almond milk to pudding consistency, 1 tbsp peanut butter, I put this in the freezer for 15-20 min and eat it in bed as a night time snack.


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