Amanda was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her childhood consisted of being involved in sports (basketball, golf and softball). For high school, she attended Saint Basil Academy where she earned a spot on the varsity softball team as a freshman. Not only that, she earned the spot as the starting third baseman. In order to keep that spot, Amanda knew she needed to increase her strength, power, speed and agility so she joined a local gym at the age of 14, started training sessions with a personal trainer, and found a hitting instructor and a fielding coach to work with.
Amanda kept up with this routine throughout high school, but in the end, all the hard work paid off. Amanda was named First Team All Catholic Academy, received a number of other awards, won many championships and in October 2017, she was inducted into the Saint Basil Academy Sports Hall of Fame. Throughout high school, Amanda was being recruited by college softball coaches. In November of her junior year, she agreed to play Division 1 softball for Drexel University. As a freshman softball player at Drexel, Amanda was named to the Colonial Athletic Association’s All Rookie Team.
At Drexel, Amanda majored in Sport Management and minored in Marketing in hopes that she would either sell sponsorships for the Philadelphia Phillies or open up her own gym. Upon graduation, she registered to become a Certified Personal Trainer and started working at a number of different gyms in her area where she trained mainly women - women of all ages, shapes, sizes and athletic abilities. One morning, Amanda held a boot camp class for a few of her female friends and clients. When she came home, her fiance noticed a big smile on her face. It was in that moment that Amanda knew she found her passion and followed through with her dreams of opening her own gym, a gym called Flawless Fitness. Amanda has always been passionate about helping women gain confidence and feel comfortable in their own skin and will continue to do so as the Owner/Operator of Flawless Fitness.