Amanda Laughlin – Personal Trainer

Amanda Laughlin offers both face to face personal training and online training. Specializing in weight loss, fat loss, body recomposition, conditioning and strength coaching.

Personal Training: Bellingham, WA

Amanda will come to your home in Bellingham Washington and the greater Whatcom County Area with equipment and a custom plan for you based on your goals. She will work with you on developing a training plan for your specific needs based on lifestyle, goals and physical limitations or abilities. Amanda will then coach you through movements and custom tailored workout routines to reach those goals.

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We have a wide assortment of equipment to bring to you to work on strength, conditioning, mobility, toning, fat loss and overall health improvement. These include kettle bells, weights, battle ropes, sand bags, resistance bands, medicine balls, abdominal training tools, kegs, push and pull sleds. Our workouts are designed to makes it fun, offers a lot of variety, keeps clients from getting bored, they are intense and challenging

We also offer:

Online Coaching

Meal//Diet Planning

Law Enforcement Physical Abilty Test Prep

Firefighter CPAT Prep

Please check out the Personal Training page on this website or contact Amanda at amanda@anchorasalutis.com for more information.

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Check out the rest of the site for: daily WOD posts, gym equipment DIYs, recipes, workout information, bikini prep info, instructional articles and videos.

Featured post

WOD 6/27/17 

Well we finally are getting back into our regular workout routine and it feels so good! We both did upper body lifts focusing on biceps, triceps, and shoulders and then did an awesome conditioning medley. 

150 ft yoke walk 

Tire flip 

150 ft keg carry

Tire flip

150 ft duck walk

Tire flip

150 ft @roguefitness push sled 

Tire flip

150 ft drag sled using the new harness 

Tire flip

150 ft sandbag run​

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WOD 6/26/17

Brooks had SWAT training tonight and did a team workout there! 

I did a quick solo leg day workout which was the perfect way to start the week! 

WOD 6/25/17 

After spending a busy weekend with family in 90 degree heat Brooks and I were not feeling much like working out but we still wanted to get our bodies moving. We both did upper body focused lifts with Brooks focusing on chest and me focusing on biceps and shoulders. 

We also got out our atlas stones and did some stone lifts over the bar which was an incredibly fulfilling feeling! 

WOD 6/24/17 

We had another super busy day with family today! We were on our feet in the hot sun from 11 am on including a 3 mile walk with each of us carrying tired kiddos most of the way. 

Once we got home and all the kids in bed, the last thing we wanted to do was workout but we made it happen and are very glad we did! 

We took the Rogue Fitness push sled out and did some sprints with 155 lbs and then I dropped it down to 110 lbs and did a few more sprints to really burn out my legs. 

After our sprints we did a large assortment of grip strength exercises including axle bar and sandbag rows, pinch grip, captain of crush grippers, inverted kettlebell presses and overhead kettlebell holds. Brooks also did GI pull-ups, one handed Shoulderök swings, and grenade curls. 

WOD 6/23/17

I had the great opportunity to coach my sister in law today and put her through a kicker booty workout! 

We went through 3 rounds of:

  • Side steps with the hip circle 
  • Goblet squats x10
  • GHD raises x10
  • Hip thrusts x10
  • Lunges x10

Brooks did an arm focused workout. 

WOD 6/22/17 


Brooks and I did a super quick and deadly conditioning medley. We were short on time but still wanted to get a workout in and we got to use our new Rogue Fitness harness and push sled. 

Pull the sled the length of our yard about 90 ft100 ft push sled 

1 min air bike sprint 

WOD 6/21/17


To celebrate the summer solstice we got outside and did our workout in the sunshine! We just got a new dog sled from Rogue Fitness and it brought a new level of exhaustion to the mix! 

For 10 minutes we alternated between:

50 ft keg carry

50 ft duck walk 

50 ft sled push 

Tire flip each time we came back to the starting line 

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