A POUND ICON is a master trainer, as well as an ambassador of our brand, our beliefs, and our mission. They travel the world as an extension of POUND to elevate our united beat, one POUND Pro at a time. They are the educators, the rebels, the humble and electric. With different life and career experiences, personalities and uniqueness, they are the true representation of our BRAND. Let them inspire you, let them MOVE you.


Miranda “Tiger” Carreras lives in Arizona and brings her passion for fitness and living a healthy lifestyle into everything she does. As an ICON, Tiger is known for her power, unforgettable personality and overflowing heart. Tiger’s passions outside of fitness include her family, husband, two beautiful girls, and a love for photography. POUND and fitness helped Tiger overcome severe depression, and she feels blessed to now be able to help change other people’s lives through exercise and healthy living.

If you could live in any TV home, what would it be and why?
The Avenger’s Headquaters. The best in training and fun…. plus it flies.

What is the most courageous thing you’ve ever done and why?
Becoming a mom. Being a mom challenges you in every single way. Everyday I must step out of some comfort zone in order to give my girls what the need. Also, you can’t quit being a mom, so even when things get tough, you learn to adapt. Raising kids to be genuine, caring adults is truly a test of courage and sacrifice, but also the most fulfilling thing I have ever done in my life.

What’s the one thing you’d tell your thirteen-year-old self?
It’s ok to be a badass, to stand up for what you believe in, and to be strong.

What’s something you never leave home without?
No matter what kind of day I have had or what mindset I may be in, I never leave home without compassion for others.

What’s one thing you’re certain of?
As humans, We are all more alike than we are different. We celebrate the difference and the things that make us unique, and that is good, but we must remember not to focus on just those things. If we remember to look for the things we have in common, it will bring us together and unite us , rather than tear us a part.