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Stephanie Fornander 
Stephanie has been a personal trainer and group class instructor for over 18 years. She is currently an athletic student fitness teacher and head women's soccer coach at a top 5A school in Idaho (17 years) and owner/trainer at Body2Ft. As a working mother, Stephanie understands the stresses of everyday life and designs programs that emphasize mind and total body health. 
Personal Fitness Trainer (IFPA Certification)
Certified Fitness/Health/Nutrition Consultant (IFPA Certification) (Life Coach)
AdvoCare Coach and Distributor
Ironman All World Athlete- AWA 
TRX Certified
CPR/First Aid/Concussion Endorsement
Teacher Athletic Fitness 5A Idaho High School 
Head Women’s Soccer Coach 5A Idaho High School (NSCAA, NFHS)
RODS Racing Member Idaho- Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrom
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2013 Ironman 70.3 World Championships Compeitor, Las Vegas
2013 Boise Ironman 70.3 3rd place (age group 40-44) World Championship Qualification
Boise Ironman 70.3 (6 time compeitor)  
140.6 18th place finish Whistler, Canada 2014 age group 40-45
140.6 10th place finisher Tempe, Arizona November 2012 age group 35-39
​140.6 Finisher Coeur D'alene , Idaho June 2011
1st Place 40-44 age group female category @ Emmett's Most Excellent Triathlon 2013 (Idaho State Champion)
1st Place 35-39 age group female category @ Emmett's Most Excellent Triathlon 2012 (Idaho State Champion)
2nd place 35-39 age group female category @ Emmett's Most Excellent Triathlon 2011
3rd Place Overall Female Spudman Olympic Triathlon (USA Amateur Triathlon Invitation 2013)
Competed in the Boston Marathon April 2013 & April 2014 ~ BOSTON STRONG!!! 

Interested in learning more?
"It's O.K. to feel uncomfortable...
It's a symptom of hard work talking to your body!"
I became a team member of RODS Racing because I wanted to race for something other than myself while at the same time raising awareness that many orphans with Down Syndrome are waiting to be adopted. It is important for people to know that these children need loving homes too. 

Our family is very close to a family whose son Anthony has Down Syndrome. As our friendship has grown, so has our love for Anthony. I want others to experience that love! I am excited to support RODS and look forward to helping with RODS Jr, a newly launched program all about Kids Helping Kids. 

I am very blessed to be able to race at the Boston Marathon coming up on April 21, 2014 and will run strong with my family, friends and RODS in my heart! Please visit my page at to read more about our program and if interested to donate toward such an inspirational cause. 

We are close to our goal for our RODS orphan Mei can read her story by going to Thank you for your time and support! Send me your cheers on April 21st!