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Amy Johnson, Director of FBC Fitness


Education and Certifications: Bachelor of Science, Education. ACE Group Exercise Instructor, AFAA Personal Trainer, Cycling Coach and Triathlon Coach, AFAA Sports Nutrition Consultant, SCW EDU Pilates, AFAA Strength & Conditioning, AFAA Longevity Training for Seniors, SilverSneakers, AHA CPR.


Bio: Director of FBC Fitness, Amy Johnson has been competing in triathlons and coaching endurance athletes for over twenty years. She has raced in hundreds of endurance events, including the 2013 Age Group World Championship Triathlon in London, England and 2014 Age Group World Championship in Edmonton, Canada.  Amy has coached numerous athletes from first-timers to iron distance triathletes.


Complementing her racing experience, Amy continues her education in the newest and best methods pertaining to exercise science. The focus of her training has been on general fitness, weight-loss, injury prevention, senior fitness and individuals with sport specific goals. Amy is dedicated to the well-being and success of her clients. Her ultimate goal is to empower her clients to live a healthy lifestyle.

Originally from Russellville, AR Amy has lived in Hot Springs since 2000.  Outside of triathlon, she and her husband AJ spend time with their children Alley and Stefan. They attend First Baptist Church where Amy teaches women's bible study classes and Sunday school.  God is a central part of the Johnson’s life and they try to live that out and give back to others.


Affiliations: USA Triathlon, USA Cycling, Parkside Racing Team, Spa Pacers


Career Highlights:  


2014 Arkansas Time Trial Cycling Series Female Champion

2013 Age Group Triathlon Rankings 5th American/20th in World

2013 Arkansas State Time Trial Cycling Female Champion

2012-2014 Team USA World Championship

2010 Arkansas Duathlon Champion

2009 Hot Springs Woman of the Year nominee

2007 Arkansas State Duathlete Female Champion

2004 Governor’s Leadership in Fitness, Honorable Mention

1997 Nationally Ranked  Aerobic Champion

1998 Regional Silver Medal Aerobic Champion


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