Angie Uredi became a coach at Training for Warriors January of 2017. She started out as a member and was recognized for her athletic abilities and personable attitude towards the TFW coaches and other members. She was then hand picked to become part of the TFW Coaching team at the Lee’s Summit location.
She participated in athletics all through high school excelling in Cheerleading and Track and Field. After high school she became a full time mother and home maker, but never gave up on her love for exercising and sports. She is currently a fitness model for Exposure Model and Talent Agency and has performed in several web fitness commercials/acting and print work.
She exercises six days a week and occasionally plays softball until she found her place in the kick boxing world. She currently trains with Fred Ettish of Damaibushi Martial Arts, a known mixed martial artist in the MMA world, for the past four years. Since then she has also competed in kickboxing matches in Blue Corner Promotions at Harrah’s Casino, Kansas City Missouri. While pushing herself and always testing her abilities through professional Martial Art Training seminars, she still managed to balance her home life with her husband Tony and three beautiful children.
With all her training and motivation, she brought a new kick boxing class to light at TFW. Her classes have became a popular workout on Saturday mornings, but don’t expect the same class every Saturday because she changes the challenge weekly to keep everyone on their toes.
She was more than excited to become a member for TFW and flattered to by recognize for her talents. She knows what it’s like on both sides of the fitness world, whether it’s losing weight from motherhood to being stronger and faster for a kickboxing completion. She can relate to all individuals and their differences, who are looking to bring out the inner warrior inside themselves. She believes that everyone has a warrior inside them trying to get out and her favorite motivational quote “Whatever the mind can believe, the body can achieve”