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Amy Rudolph

Hey everyone! My name is Amy Rudolph and I am a very proud member of the Leaner for Life Coaching Team! I am humbled to be working with such an amazing group of coaches, and even more amazing humans! Let me tell you a little bit about myself.

My desire to help people live their best, healthiest lives dates back to (almost the dinosaurs) when I became a physical therapist. The last 10 years of my PT career was spent in the area of cancer rehabilitation.

I was inspired daily by the people I worked with. They were determined to live their best, healthiest, strongest lives despite going through a life-changing time, often times fighting an uphill battle and not giving up.

Through the ups and downs of life, raising two kids, working on relationships, and all that jazz, I put myself last and my health suffered. I’ve been through so many “diet plans” and “quick fixes” that I truly felt defeated and confused.

Even with my healthcare background, I struggled with how to put it all together. When I decided to make myself a priority, through the fate of Instagram, I was put in touch with Carter Good. I became his client in 2018 and I have never looked back.

At the young age of 52, I am in the best shape/health of my life! I lost 30 pounds, I lift heavy weights on the regular, and my energy is boundless. If I can do it, so can you... I am beyond inspired to help you do the same!

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What’s up guys! Miranda Hoidal here... Just wanted to take a minute to introduce myself.

I’m 27 years old, married to my high school sweetheart and have two giant fur children (Koda and Chester). I was born and raised in the PNW and currently reside in Port Orchard, WA. This place has a lot of grey, wet days but it’s also one of the most beautiful places to live. So when the weather is decent, I love to hike, fish, camp and just be outside as much as possible.

Growing up, I was always active and I started playing sports at age 3. I love the competitive nature of team activities and thrived in an environment that challenged me athletically. This passion of mine developed and I was fortunate enough to continue my soccer career as a goalkeeper for (Division II) Western Washington University. As a competitive athlete, I naturally developed curiosity around exercise physiology and eventually graduated from WWU in 2016 with a BS in Kinesiology.

I married my husband, Jake, shortly after graduation. I spent most of my life with a coach telling me how to exercise. I had no choice but to be active, which obviously changed drastically when my soccer career was over.

I ended up gaining weight, without even realizing it (I didn’t even own a scale). One day I weighed in at my doc appointment at my heaviest and I felt it was time to make a change.

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