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Sturdy Girl Ambassador Program Draws Everyday Athletes

LOUISVILLE, Colo., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sturdy Girl Sports announced a new Ambassador program today, created for everyday women who lead active lives with fitness as a key priority. Benefits include social media partnerships and discounts on clothing. According to CEO and Founder Hilary Heath, "The Sturdy Girl strives to be fit, sets athletic goals, and teaches others to become more fit through her life and her leadership. We are accepting new applications."

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The First Sturdy Girl Ambassadors:

Leslie Bodner, 44, of Oakland, California recently left a career as a corporate recruiter to embrace her love of fitness.  She is an instructor at 24-Hour Fitness in Oakland certified in Body Pump, CXWorx, Body Combat, TRX and cycling.

Rosi Reeves, 33, of Sahuarita, Arizona is a fitness instructor at her local Parks & Recreation Department, and the YMCA.  She is certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association as a Strength & Conditioning Specialist.

Kaseedee Jermain, 33, of Jersey City, New Jersey is proud to have lost more than 100 pounds and kept it off by turning her desire to become more fit into a career as a fitness leader.  Ms. Jermain is a certified personal trainer and Pilates instructor, and is an NASM weight loss specialist and fitness nutrition specialist. 

Caren Lee Walker, 41, lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia and works as a claims examiner for GEICO.  She is an Ironman triathlete and has finished nearly 20 marathons. 

Jill Smith, 42, of Lakeville, Minnesota, participates in running, group fitness and downhill skiing. 

Alanna Garrison-Kast, 37, of Jackson, New Jersey is a cancer survivor and vegan ultrarunner who focuses on running, weight lifting and hiking.  Ms. Garrison-Kast has run 42 marathons and ultramarathons.

Leslie Holton, 45, of Pine, Colorado has the impressive distinction of being the first American woman to complete seven Ironman races in seven days, and has finished numerous Double Ironmans and other ultra distance events.

About Sturdy Girl:
Launched in 2012 for female athletes with larger breasts, Sturdy Girl Sports designs and develops innovative sports bras and coordinating fitness apparel with maximum support and a fashionable flair. Owner/designer Hilary Heath has been an athlete all her life, and has had larger breasts since her breast augmentation surgery in 2005. She developed Sturdy Girl Sports bras for large breasts and the athletes who carry them. Visit sturdygirlsports.com and follow on Facebook.

Contact: 
Hilary Heath
720-272-0386

SOURCE Sturdy Girl Sports LLC

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