Amanda Campbell NJ FASST

Coach Amanda

With her father being a member of the United States Army, Amanda Campbell was born in Fresno, California before the family was relocated to New Jersey where she was raised along with her 2 sisters. While obtaining her Master’s Degree in Athletic Training from Seton Hall University, Amanda competed for the university’s Division I track and field team.  She competed in the 60M/100M/200M/400M dash, the 60M/100M hurdles, the 4x1/4x4 relay, and the triple jump.  

Amanda has worked as an Athletic Trainer in both the High School and Clinical Settings for the past 5 years before joining the staff at NJ FASSST.  She utilizes her background in Sports Medicine to ensure her training sessions consist of movements and exercises that help her athletes prevent unnecessary injuries while utilizing her background as an athlete to teach proper movement patterns that help her athletes reach their goals of becoming ‘bigger, faster, and stronger’

Amanda loves working with clients from all walks of life.  Whether you are a youth, high school, or collegiate athlete or just enjoy being able to run around on the weekends with your kids, Amanda dedicates her time and energy into keeping you engaged and focused on your end goals.

She is an active member of the National Athletic Training Association.  She currently resides in Woodbridge with her fiancé and daughter.  Amanda loves spending time with family, staying active, and has a passion for animals.