Amy strives to show members the endless possibilities of a life built on healthy habits. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in health and exercise science from The College of New Jersey, and her personal training certification from the American Aerobic Association International/ International Sports Medicine Association. She is also CPR/AED certified.
As a lifelong competitive soccer player, Amy spent her life mentoring personal trainers. While she was her college team’s starter and captain, she developed workout programs for the team. Amy interned with the New Jersey State Police where she worked with the wellness coordinator at training troopers and civilians.
She loves including high-intensity circuit training in her fitness programs. She also incorporates body-weight exercises, for take-away moves clients can perform anywhere. Amy’s motivation extends beyond the Exercise Floor, encouraging members to stay active throughout the day.
Amy still finds time to play on a women’s summer soccer league. She remains close with former college teammates. Her new favorite game is soccer-tennis. Ask her about it! She loves outdoor activities, including hiking and kayaking; spending summer days on the beach; playing beach games; and reading. Amy is a soccer coach, and enjoys teaching the game to children of all ages, even the youngest players. She has a passion for interior design, for which she thanks HGTV. Fun fact: Amy was awarded the New Jersey Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer midfielder of the year in 2012.
Keep focused on your goals, despite obstacles, with Amy as your personal trainer.
What Amy’s Clients Say:
Amy taught me many different exercises to work muscles all over my body. We use a variety of fitness equipment, free weights, balls, bands, and body-weight exercises, which I incorporate into my own routine. I never get bored because I always can change my workout. Amy watches my movements. She corrects my form or shows me a different exercise when I struggle to maintain good form. She has been a key to my success in creating a new, healthy, active lifestyle. She allows me to feel successful in my efforts, while challenging me to work even harder. She also makes fitness fun. I can’t recommend Amy enough!
For the past several years, I wanted to walk the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston, SC, which is five miles back and forth. In June, I shared this goal with Amy. She told me to start by walking five miles, which I did. She instructed me to add an incline (11 percent at its highest), which I did. Each week, I walked the five miles, adding the incline. However, I never did it in less than 90 minutes. On August 25, two months short of my 61st birthday, I was able to walk the five miles in my fastest time of 80 minutes! I am so glad Amy was able to help me reach my goal. I don’t think I could have done it without her advice and encouragement.