About us

 

Anissa and Amy both have a long history with fitness and share a desire to help clients find a balance with fitness and family life.

Head Coach, Anissa Angelosante

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Anissa started running at a fairly young age and it wasn’t long before she figured out that something as simple as putting one foot in front of the other would grow into her lifelong passion. She went on to run for Oklahoma State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Exercise science. While running for OSU, she helped her Cross-country team to a top 10 national finish, one of her fondest memories. After graduating, she could not hang up her running shoes. She continued to train, run races and is currently working towards an Olympic Trials Qualifier in the marathon. In November of 2016 she gave birth to her first child which has provided a new level of dedication. Aside from her own running endeavors, she has coached and continues to work with many athletes who go on to run at various Universities, set personal records and much more.

Personal Bests:

5k: 17:22

6k: 21:22

10k: 36:30

Half Marathon: 1:16:55

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Assistant Coach, Amy Cadwallader:

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Amy participated in dance, cross country, and track during her teenage years. Her interest in dance continued at Purdue University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics Education, with minors in Modern Dance and Spanish. Shortly after finishing college, Amy began to teach cardio dance classes and used running as form of moving meditation. In 2012, Amy ran her first half marathon and reveled in the sense of accomplishment that brought. Amy continued her education by earning a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance at the University of Michigan in 2016, where she taught several areas of dance and specialized in pole dancing. Amy is currently enjoying the twists and turns of parenthood and training for her first marathon in November 2018!

Personal Bests:

5k: 23:42 (November 2017)

Half Marathon: 1:56:33 (October 2012) (soon to be broken)

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