Whitney is beautiful and very fit, and a BOXER! She’s also a busy mom. She has this wonderful, encouraging attitude that is all about working hard, doing your best and taking care of yourself. This is evidenced by the people who faithfully attend her classes – There are men and women of all ages and fitness levels. With every class, she demonstrates alternate options to the exercises so that people with health concerns or injuries are able to work that particular muscle group in a way that they can, safely.
The atmosphere in her class is not competitive at all –it’s quite an uplifting group to be part of. She encourages each of us to be our best and not to worry about what everyone else is doing, and helps us focus on our own fitness goals and moving forward. She also has us work together from time to time, making it fun and friendly! She absolutely pushes you to do your best and is aware of the abilities of each person as she gets to know them. She really does care about our progress.
Something I particularly like about Whitney is that she is willing to correct bad form. Sometimes you just don’t know you’re doing something wrong and rather than let you do an ineffective move, or possibly hurt yourself, she will help you learn it properly. Another thing I’ve noticed is that none of her workouts are the same! She really doesn’t recycle her classes at all, which keeps it interesting, fresh, and ensures that your muscles are being challenged. This proves to me that she is a master in her profession of fitness training.
Last April I was in terrible shape. As of today, I have lost 22.5% of my body weight and dramatically increased my endurance, balance, muscle tone and strength. I truly credit Whitney for much of my progress. She is an inspiration and proves that women can be beautiful and strong