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Ashley Horner is a fitness model, celebrity, hybrid athlete, and trainer whose reach and influence extend globally. Her career has seen her establish a strong influence working with military personnel, as Ashley has helped train American SWAT teams as well as personnel at the United States Embassy in France. In addition to her involvement with the Military, Special Forces, and First Responder community, she continues to work with groups and individuals locally in her home city of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Ashley also owns a number of small businesses in the Virginia Beach community like American Brew — a coffee and whiskey shop. Ashley continues to be a leading trainer and professional in the fitness industry, always pushing those who she works with to train like they expect to perform. She knows that having a strong mindset is a key factor when it comes to accomplishing what you set out to do, and it is this kind of disciplined attitude that has allowed Ashley to complete many mind-grueling feats of her own. Here are some of Ashley’s most impressive physical accomplishments to date:
Running the Grand Canyon, rim to rim to rim in one day.
Rowing 300 consecutive miles on a Concept 2 machine for Spike’s K9 Fund.
A 280 mile run from Virginia Beach to North Carolina for the Unbroken Foundation.
A 230 mile run in 72 hours along Haiti’s western border for the Maison Fortune Orphanage.
Swimming 300 miles in one month for the Maison Fortune Orphanage Christmas fund. Cycling 1,350 miles from Virginia Beach to Tulsa for St. Judes Cancer research.
A non-stop 25-hour row on the Concept 2 machine for Spike's K9 Fund
Her most recent fitness feat came this past October, as she ran 40 hours as part of her ongoing philanthropic efforts with the Maison Fortune Orphanage in Haiti.
Join Ashley as she puts you through a grueling 40-50 minute training session, designed specifically for exponential handler functional movement and training. As a handler, it is your responsibility to elevate your partner's ability to do its job. When you're not at a peak physical condition, you hinder your partner's ability to function at the highest levels. To be a good partner, it's your responsibility to be physically fit.
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