an animal-obsessed, food-loving, fitness nerd

"From those who have never set foot in a gym, to competitive athletes - I love being able to support people in a variety of ways to achieve their health and fitness goals."

Amy Frailey is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, a Strength & Conditioning Coach, and a Personal Trainer. Her passion is to empower others with the knowledge and skills to lead a healthy lifestyle through functional movement and nutritional therapy.

about her journey


Joining a competitive equestrian team in college, Amy had her first experience in an athletic team environment where exercise and healthy eating were mandatory. Team regiments combined with various active jobs at horse farms and restaurants resulted in Amy avoiding the “freshman 15” and graduating in much better shape than when she started. 

Like many after graduation, Amy transitioned to a desk job, where she struggled to maintain her fitness, strength and bodyweight. After a few false starts at various “globo gyms”, she discovered a great local gym, Woodshed Strength & Conditioning, where she now works as a coach. There, Amy was introduced to weightlifting, functional fitness, performance based nutrition, and a new competitive outlet.

"The best part was that the strength and body composition I was building in the gym translated directly to my life. I felt healthy both physically, and mentally and it even translated to my riding – even when I could only get to the barn 1-2 times a week." 

It was here that Amy discovered a passion for holistic nutrition. Over the past few years she has continued her education in this field, obtaining various certifications, most notably becoming a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Her passion is helping people feel and look better through a bio-individually tailored, real-food focused diet.

Through her work as a strength and conditioning coach and nutrition coach, Amy continues to help clients, friends and family with their journey to understand their bodies, feel better, and live their best lives.