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Amanda Bisk is an Australian former pole vaulter who currently serves as a fitness expert and yoga teacher. Amanda Bisk is best known as a Instagram Star. She is best recognized for representing her nation at the 2009 World University Games as well as in the 2010 Commonwealth Games. She also has several career awards under her belt.
Bisk is a social media personality as well, with over 698k followers on Instagram as of May 2021. Due to her achievements as a pole vaulter and her gravity-defying yoga poses, she has been able to garner a huge fan base not just in Australia, but also across the globe. However, her life hasn’t always been this good. From being forced to abandon her thriving sports career to becoming a professional fitness and yoga instructor, she has had to battle it out at every step of the journey.
The former pole vaulter has overcome depression, major life crises, and loads of other adversities on her way to become the successful person that she is today. Bisk has now become an inspiration for the youth, especially those people who have failed at one point or the other in their life. She is one such personality who has shown the world that with the right attitude and approach to life, any barrier can be turned into a ‘stepping stone’ to success.
Amanda Bisk was born on March 3, 1986 in Perth, Australia. She did a diploma in exercise rehabilitation at the University of Western Australia. Later, she earned her B.S. in exercise and sport science from the Edith Cowan University. Talking about the fitness guru’s love life, she has been in a relationship with photographer Adam Dunne since 2011. Information regarding Bisk’s parents and other family members is not known.
During her pole vaulting career, she represented her native Australia at events like the 2009 World University Games and the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Amanda Bisk represented Australia at the 2009 World University Games. The following year, she represented her country at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. In 2011, she was about to participate in the London Olympics. Unfortunately, Bisk began feeling extremely fatigued. As a result of this, she started training less and focused more on her recovery. However, it still didn’t work out and her health issues persisted.
After several months of struggle, Bisk learned the root cause of her health problems. She was suffering from a chronic fatigue syndrome due to which she had to end her pole vaulting career. Soon after this, she started to research on health and nutrition. She began exercising and performing yoga while studying these subjects in detail. Within a few years’ time, Bisk became a fitness and yoga expert with her consistent hard word and determination.Presently, she uses her knowledge to coach people on topics related to health, fitness, and yoga. The former pole vaulter has her own website where she shares her life story and also talks about her fitness and flexibility programs. She runs a self titled YouTube channel as well, on which she uploads her workout videos.
Amanda Bisk net worth or net income is estimated to be between $1 Million – $5 Million dollars. She has made such amount of wealth from her primary career as Instagram Star.
Talking about her love life, she has been in a relationship with photographer Adam Dunne since 2011. The pair have been dating since then. However, they have not revealed further information about the relationship. Hope, they will soon tie their knot.
She stands a height of 5 ft. 10 inches and weighs 62 kg. Also, she has blonde hair and dark brown eyes. But, her body measurement, shoe size, dress size, etc. are not available.
As her condition improved, Amanda decided to slowly incorporate exercise back into her routine. She started off with light yoga and stretching sessions, getting her body used to moving once again.
As she progressed, Amanda added other forms of exercises to her routine. These included walking, running, and even light strength training. Although her chronic illness was still present, Amanda was now equipped with the ‘tools’ to manage it much skilfully.
“I learned to listen to my body. If I didn’t feel like going for a walk I would just do a little 15 minute stretch at home. Just something small every day. This helped me build a routine and my exercise time started to feel like me time. A way to tune into and understand the way I was feeling.”