I am so excited to share my ongoing fitness journey with you, especially if it helps you through your own journey to better health. My journey began in 2012 when I made the choice not to relinquish my inner youthful feeling into the stereotypical average middle-aged overweight woman.
At the time, I had allowed myself to become sedentary after the illness and death of my husband – not to mention my diet contained too many empty calories. I wasn’t happy with the way I looked, felt or the lack of energy I had. It affected my attitude, confidence, and motivation.
Since then, I have learned how to feel healthier and stronger through better eating habits and being active in different ways by discovering a “why” to be fit and healthy. I strongly believe if you want to lose weight and keep it off, you have to discover your “why”. Your “why” will be the motivation it takes to stick with a new healthy way of living.
If you have realized you are not feeling your best self, but are ready to make a change, then this is the right place to be!
Here you will find workouts, motivational support, educational tips and you can also join our Facebook support group, Women Over 40 Losing Weight & Living Healthy.
Bottom line, I am an average mom happy to share the ups, downs, and know-how of losing weight and getting in shape through my personal journey. I will share ways to meet your healthy lifestyle goals through everyday living, in between life’s busy schedules of work, kids, grandkids dogs and even a horse in my case!
Being active and healthy doesn’t have to be another item on your to-do list, it should conform to your life easily and naturally.
Stick around. Let’s do this together. Day by day. Meal by meal. Workout by workout…
Fit will find YOU!
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Along with her master’s and bachelor’s degrees, Whitney has years of experience working as a physical therapy technician under a therapist who used a holistic style of therapy. She has worked with clients all along the wellness spectrum, from clients with recent injuries to athletes looking to improve their performance to older adults wanting to maintain healthy lifestyles. She is excited to continue working with residents of St. George, helping them get fit, achieve their goals, and become better versions of themselves.
Exercise has always been an important part of Whitney’s life. She started dancing when she was three years old, and after years of dance, running, yoga, and several other physical activities, she decided to put that experience and knowledge to use through training, instructing, and advising. When she’s not working, Whitney enjoys spending time with her family, exploring St. George, and indulging in some ice cream.