Larissa Reis Biography
Larissa Reis is a well-known fitness model nutritionist, fitness expert, and Health Coach. Reis is a former Pro Athlete and certified PROPTA IFBB instructor. She also owns a restaurant, Protein House in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States of America, and is favored for her fitness and her posed attitude. Additionally, she obtained her IFBB pro card in the 2007 World Championship, with Barcelona in second place.
Larissa Reis Age
Larissa Reis was born on May 21, 1979, in Brasília, Federal District, Brazil. She is 43 years old and commemorates her birthday every year on May 21.
Larissa Reis Height
Reis is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.68 meters).
Larissa Reis Family
Reis was born to her loving mum and dad in Brasília, Federal District, Brazil. She owns Brazilian nationality. Reis is a creative person when it comes to information concerning her family’s whereabouts. Therefore, details concerning Reis’s family remain unknown.
Larissa Reis Husband
Reis is merrily married to her hardworking husband Corey Thomas. He serves as an Entrepreneur and partner with WS Customs, an American Muscle Car Garage. He and Corey are parents of two lovely kids a daughter Faith Boo and a son Lincoln.
Larissa Reis Education
After graduating with her high school diploma, she attended a college in Brasilia. Nevertheless, details concerning the course she graduated with remain unknown.
Larissa Reis Salary
Reis receives an annual salary of $78,529. This is according to the Fitness Model anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Larissa Reis’s Net Worth
Reis has an estimated net worth of $8 Million US dollars.
Larissa Reis Fitness Model
At a young age, it was clear that she had excellent genetics and could pursue a career in vigor and athletics. In the year 2003, she locomoted to the United States of America to pursue her fitness career. Reis took the exercise to set her sights on her first physique competition. She experienced her first competition at the 2005 South American Championship and was rewarded first place. However, she became determined to win her IFBB pro card.
She also won her IFBB pro card when she ranked second in the IFBB World Championships in Barcelona. Reis had her first pro athlete in 2008 New York Pro, where she completed 10th. Afterward, she emerged in 5 shows where she won first place at the 2009 Atlantic City Pro and second at the New York Pro.