Angie Jameson, Owner, Personal Trainer, Massage Therapist
Angie has worked in the Sugar Land area for over 17 years, 13 of which have been based in an out-patient orthopedic rehab facility where she has worked with an ultra-diverse clientele. Her personal training career began in 1994. In 2003 she created “Bodies in Balance” which includes both personal training and massage therapy. In 2010 Angie became certified in “Art of Strength.” She is passionate about this functional style of exercise because it promotes strength for everyday activities.
Certifications: American Council on Exercise (ACE), Art of Strength, Licensed Massage Therapist, CPR/AED
Degrees: B.S. Physical Education, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
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Amber Callahan, Personal Trainer
Amber has been involved in fitness for much of her adult life either through lifting weights or running predominantly. She is a mom, wife, runner, certified personal trainer and plant based diet enthusiast. Her passion for fitness and plant based eating led her to get her personal training certification so that she can help others. She is certified with the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and Art of Strength. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Stephen F. Austin State University and a Master’s in Education from the University of Houston-Victoria.
In addition to training clients at Art of Strength Sugar Land, Amber also maintains a website, PlantFit, which provides fitness and plant based eating tips including recipes, a blog and more. She is passionate about helping others reach their goals and helping them maintain their health and fitness.
Amber has run everything from 5K’s to half marathons and will run her first marathon this October in Portland, Oregon. Regular strength training and eating a clean diet have kept her strong and healthy as she has trained for the marathon. Art of Strength training, in particular, has made her a stronger runner the last two years by helping her consistently run injury free and helping take almost two minutes off her 5K race pace.
Amber’s life has changed with regular exercise and eating a clean, plant based diet and she wants to help others reap the benefits. It is possible to be strong and active, feed your family and eat a plant based diet!
Certifications: American Council on Exercise (ACE), Art of Strength, and CPR/AED
Degrees: B. S. Agriculture (Minor: Biology), Masters in Education
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Eric Grimsley, Personal Trainer
Eric graduated from Texas State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sports Science. He is an American College of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer. Eric played three years of football at the collegiate level while attending Texas State University. He has worked as a sports performance specialist, training athletes from middle school through the professional level. Eric has also worked as a Physical and Occupational Therapy Technician, helping with rehabilitation treatments.
Eric is enthusiastic about helping people get in shape. He enjoys motivating others and pushing them to new limits. Working out and staying active is key to living a healthy life and Eric is ready and waiting to help.
Eric grew up and currently resides in Missouri City with his wife Alejandra. He enjoys working out and staying active. He has played sports most of his life. After playing sports in college, he did martial arts to stay in shape. Eric likes to spend time with his family and friends and spends his free time fishing, relaxing, watching sports and being with his wife.
Eric’s Fitness Philosophy: Find Your Inner Strength – Eric believes that if you have the right mindset and discipline, you can achieve any goal you set. You have to dig deep and uncover the strength inside.
Certifications: American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Art of Strength, CPR/AED, Strong First Girya (SFG) Level 1
Degrees: B.S. Exercise and Sports Science
Tara Duncan, Kids Get Fit Instructor
Tara’s passion is for the well-being of people of all ages, and especially for kids. She has worked with kids for 25 years, first in public education in Georgia and then in preparing kids in kindergarten in preschool once she moved to Texas. She has always been a proponent of kids learning while they have fun (including fitness), and that is her motto for adults too. As she has become involved in Art of Strength over the last two years and has become a certified Art of Strength trainer for all ages, adapting Art of Strength to a kids program where kids can have fun while exercising is a great fit! With the epidemic of childhood obesity growing each year, her goal is to have fun while helping kids attain lifelong fitness habits.
Certifications: Art of Strength, CPR, American Council on Exercise (ACE)