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Amanda Parsley is a student at the Lexington Healing Arts Academy in the Personal Training Program. She is passionate about fitness and helping individuals achieve a healthy life and work on their fitness goals. Fitness has always been apart of Amanda’s life and wanted to make her career her passion. Within the past 2 years she struggled with battling with Crohn’s disease and went through a surgery that would soon change her lifestyle around. Fitness and health is want helped her battle her disease and keeps her living a healthy life today and she wants to inspire and motivate others to do the same. Amanda has done internships with over 4 gyms in the Lexington area. Including, Body Structure, The YMCA, Live Well Training, and Fitness Plus. The following classes she has taken will set her a part from other trainers. She has had classes in, Anatomy, Fitness Assessments, Kinesiology, Program Design, Exercise Physiology, Special Populations and Career Development. At the end of her graduation, she will hold a certification with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is set to graduate in 2015. She is a daily runner and trains for races around the area. She runs the Bluegrass 10k and mid summers night run every year and is currently training for her first half marathon. She loves blogging and sharing fun ways to engage in exercise. She loves spending time with her dog Chloe, cooking and spending time with her family.
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