• Fitness & Sports Programming Expert
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Amy Ashmore is a superb educator, whose enthusiasm for her subject matter bubbles over and reaches everyone in a room. Amy has been writing and presenting for IDEA since 2002. She can get a fitness professional audience more engaged in the topics of biomechanics and physics than you could ever dream possible! She is an intelligent professional and creative teacher, as well as a generous and delightful human being.

Sandy Todd Webster
Editor in Chief at IDEA Health & Fitness Association

About Amy

By education and professional history, I am a Fitness and Sports Scientist with over 30 years of experience. My area of expertise is programming, specifically for sports and fitness conditioning.

During my early career, I worked with professional boxers. From 1997 to 2001, I trained and managed professional boxers in Texas, Mexico, and Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2000, for my work with professional boxers, I won the 3rd place of 411 trainers in Met-Rx World’s Best Trainer Competition.Recently, I combined the four-month boxing conditioning program with new research on your muscle’s biological clocks to develop a revolutionary new way to train. Recently, I combined the four-month boxing conditioning program with new research on your muscle’s biological clocks to develop a revolutionary new way to train.  Anticipation Training shows you how to use your body’s natural rhythms to gain strength, speed, and endurance, lose fat and prevent disease.

I am the former Program Director for Sports Sciences & Management at the American Military University (AMU) where I managed over 100 faculty and 5000 enrolled students. Prior to managing the AMU program, I worked as a Professor at American Public University System, University of Tampa, and College of Southern Nevada. A career Professor, I have been lecturing and speaking since 1993. I have personally taught over 5000 students and authored over 24 articles and two books (and two more on the way!) that have reached over 500,000 people in over 80 countries.

Honored to be a part of the fitness profession, it has been a wonderful life in the gyms. A career contributor to American Council on Exercise (ACE), I live in Henderson, Nevada with my son, Aiden. Our family also includes Jimbug, a precious Chihuahua mix and our cat, Minnie.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their sports and fitness goals, I am here to help you. Available for program development and assessment, workshops, training, and content delivery, I would love to hear from you. Please contact me here or directly at amyashmorephd@gmail.com.

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