Pamela Ibarra


Pamela Ibarra UFIT Nutritionist


Pamela is a nutritionist who started her college studies in Engineering. 2 years into the program, she knew that was not her calling. When she was in the US, she got inspired by a bootcamps community and from then on her life was changed. She went back to Mexico and did a 5-year degree in Nutrition (with a clinical approach) and enjoyed every minute of it. She is now a Level 2 Anthropometrist (body measurements), certified by the International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry (ISAK) and a Certified Personal Trainer.

With 2 internship programs in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Valencia, Spain, Pamela worked as a Sports Nutritionist in a private university in Mexico, and was in charge of multiple disciplines including basketball, football, track and field, swimming, and tennis. She has conducted private and corporate nutrition consultations for weight loss clients and amateur athletes, and ran an outdoor bootcamp in Mexico for almost 7 years.

Being healthy to Pamela means having balance and you giving the body what it needs to function properly. As a nutritionist, she naturally understand that nutrition plays a big part in performance - feed the body with the right fuel and we can achieve unbelievable things. She also makes sure that she stays active and is moving enough every day. 

Giving practical examples and practicing what she preaches are the top 2 things Pamela does to lead her clients towards health and wellness. She focuses on lifestyle change that will stick for life, not just for several days or weeks. This means learning to deal with everyday choices and habits, and working together to make better choices daily, until everything is balanced. She finds meaning in helping her clients make small changes that can make a big difference, and in turn allowing them to be happier, healthier, and feel better. 



  • B.A. Nutrition and Wellness 

  • Level 2 ISAK Anthropometrist 

  • NSCA Certified Personal Trainer

  • Bands, Balls and More – The Cooper Institute

  • Sports Nutrition