Amber Robinson is a long time health advocate, who began her life as an athlete at the age of 12. She has continued on the athletic path ever since, excelling athletically as an Army Soldier and as a civilian.
Amber has qualified and represented the Army’s prestigious 10th Mountain Division on two separate occasions as a team member at the Army 10 Miler is Washington D.C., the largest ten miler in the world. Also an avid swimmer, she has competed in various triathlons and open ocean swims, the longest a wopping 2.5 miles during Oahu’s North Shore Swim Series.
Now, as a civilian, Amber dedicates her time as Vice President and Communications Director to a new San Diego based non-profit dedicated to helping vets. Her focus is on helping women veterans.
She believes good physical health is the backbone to overall health. Once your physical system is balanced with exercise and proper nourishment, every other system in the body will fall into alignment. A healthy body naturally breeds a mentally and emotionally healthy person.
“When you finally learn to just fall in love with yourself, it’s like giving the entire universe permission to fall in love with you too.”