"I believe if you are having fun, you will love what you do!" That is exactly how Amanda is living her life.
Teaching and Coaching in the fitness industry to promote healthy living is her passion. Amanda started out as a Collegiate Field Hockey Coach and over the years evolved into a Certified Personal Trainer. Amanda started her own Personal Training business, On Your Time Fitness LLC, because she saw the need to reach those individuals that wanted/needed personal training but did not want to go to the gym. So Amanda keeps her clients motivated by showing up at there home and providing individualize workouts.
While running her business, Amanda is still able to coach field hockey. Last year she started up the Field Hockey program in her childhood community and feels its truely rewarding working with young female athletes.
In her free time, she loves to stay active by either training for a long distance run, playing golf, tennis, field hockey, or really any sport she invited to play.
I recommend to my clients to get a 32 ounce nalgene bottle, fill that up and start with drinking at least one full bottle a day. If you are active, the goal is two full bottles per day. Its helpful to have the same bottle with you all day so you can track how much you are drinking and the best part...Read More
Working out 1 day a week is better than nothing, but if you have 2 hours available on only one day maybe you should try to change your schedule around to split the time up through out the week. Start with finding 10 minutes a day for at least 5 days of the week, focus on 2 Total Body Exercises (ie. Squat,...Read More
Exercises that incorporate multiple movement sequences are the best to work the body quickly. For an example, Lunge, to dumbell curl, to dumbell over head press (total body exercise).
Start1. Stand with your feet pointed straight ahead and placed shoulder-width apart.
2. Hold a pair of dumbbells, one...Read More
If your posture is poor its typically the result of the muscles be unbalanced. Meaning the muscles on one side of the joint have become shortened (or tight) while the other side has become lengthened (or stretched out). Therefore, you will want to address both issues to correct the problem. Here...Read More