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Austen Lane

MMA Fighter

Amy Justice

Crossfit

Eric Berger

Body Builder

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Austen Lane

MMA Fighter

I was born in Chicago where I later moved to the small town of Iola, WI with my mom. Growing up hockey became my favorite sport but due to zoning restrictions I was going to have to move and leave my friends behind to play in high school. I opted to stay resulting in my love for football to take over. Having a successful high school career it was my goal to receive a scholarship and play collegiate football. Unfortunately coming from a small town with 52 kids in my graduating class resulted in me being a 0-Star recruit but thankfully I was offered one full ride scholarship from Murray State university that I took and ran with. After a mediocre first two seasons my coach sat me down and said I was under performing and that if I worked hard enough I could make it to the NFL. This was the first time anyone in my life told me I could be a professional football player so I took the words to heart and busted my ass resulting in me getting drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 5th rd of the 2010 NFL Draft. Under the suggestion of my position coach I went to an MMA gym to work on my hand speed for pash rushing. Since the first day of training at Bulldog Boxing I knew that MMA would be something I’d come back to. During the off-seasons I trained Jui-Jitsu and Kickboxing to increase my flexibility and improve my cardio. After 5 years in the NFL I decided to walk away to pursue my new found love and passion for MMA. The day after I retired I started to train MMA full time and now find myself 4-0 as a pro.

Amy Justice

Crossfit

Amy Justice is licensed physical therapist. She graduated from the University of St. Augustine in 2013 with her Doctor of Physical Therapy. Amy’s extensive training in human anatomy, biomechanics and exercise physiology, coupled with her practical clinical experience treating musculoskeletal dysfunction allows her to successfully treat patients who range from high school athletes, weekend warriors, professional athletes, grandparents or someone struggling to be active.

Amy enjoys exercise as she is an IFBB Pro Fitness Athlete, ACSM Certified Health and Fitness Specialist and is an avid CrossFit athlete. Amy’s benchmark Diane is 3:43 and she placed 48th/2160 in the Southeast in the masters 35-39 category. Amy and her husband live in Fleming Island with their three boys.

Eric Berger

Body Builder

Eric is an active duty military officer in the United States Army. He holds certifications from
the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a certified fitness trainer and APEX nutrition
coach, Eric has worked with 100’s of fitness clients over his 27 year fitness career, ranging
from professional athletes to every day working professionals. Eric is a former Powerhouse
Gym owner and has earned 17 first place and overall bodybuilding titles himself. After taking
a 21 year hiatus from the competition stage and a stint as a competitive tri-athlete, Eric
stepped back onto the bodybuilding stage at the 2017 Southeastern USA’s wining first place
in both the open and masters divisions. Eric narrowly missed earning his IFBB Pro card at
the North American Championships in 2018, coming up just one place short. Now at the age
of 50 years young, Eric has his sights set on capturing that elusive IFBB Professional status
and competing as one of the oldest open Classic Bodybuilders on the circuit.