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Fitness, nutrition, health, and passion are words that ATF Legion Coach Amanda Foland lives by. Amanda, an ISSA Sports Nutrition Specialist and ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, grew up with an active lifestyle participating in sports and equestrian events, but her drive for fitness and nutrition blossomed as she found her calling while learning intently about the body, the functions, and how food increases performance while gaining her Bachelor’s in Exercise Science at IUPUI. With over 12 years in the fitness and nutrition field Amanda offers a variety of services; personal training, endurance coaching, nutrition counseling, gate and movement pattern analysis and more. Amanda is also an accomplished triathlete having raced all distances with her favorite being Half Iron 70.3 events, reaching the podium on many occasions.
Heather Raymond is a certified USAT level 1 coach and has been competing in triathlon and helping others achieve their multisport goals for over 15 years. She started with endurance events in 2005 when she decided to run 26 miles (the Disney Marathon) before she turned 26. Since then she's completed several full IRONMAN distance events, marathons, 70.3 events and a 50k trail race. She has also has qualified for the USAT Age Group National Championships. Heather is a bit of an endurance junkie when she has the time between helping others reach their multisport goals and caring for her three children. Heather also coaches Masters Swimming with Excel Aquatics.
One of the most accomplished amateur triathletes in the history of the sport, TN’s own Kirsten Sass has accomplishments on the race course nearly unrivaled: - USAT Overall Amateur Female Triathlete of the Year: 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 - USAT Overall Amateur Female Duathlete of the Year: 2015, 2016 - USAT Overall Master’s Female Duathlete of the Year: 2019 - 10 gold medals at various multisport world championship events - Multiple USAT national championships, including overall female wins in both Sprint & Olympic distance in 2017 - IRONMAN Louisville overall female winner: 2016. Currently, Kirsten is looking to add to her resume by earning a spot in the Tokyo Paralympics in 2021 as a guide with her teammate, Amy Dixon.