Amanda was born into gymnastics. Her mom was doing flips with her inside her stomach. She brought her to the gym she owned for the first time when Amanda was six days old. She was a competitive gymnast until she injured myself training level eight when she was fourteen years old. Amanda stopped training and starting coaching at her moms’ gym at fifteen. She coached gymnastics through high school and cheered in college at the University of New Mexico. Amanda also coached recreational gymnastics to elite gymnasts at Dana’s Westside Gymnastics and took many courses to be trained. She is currently a coach at Wildfire Gymnastics and has her own team. She does all of the choreography for their routines and takes them to competitions. Amanda loves gymnastics and strives to make it safe and fun for every athlete she works with.