Whitney Simmons female fitness youtube vlogger and Gym Shark athlete who rose to fame on her eponymous YouTube channel. She has gained popularity for documenting her fitness journey to more than 1,76 million subscribers and growing.
Whitney Before Fame
She was a competitive gymnast from 2nd grade through high school. She was also a cheerleader and cheered her first year at Utah State University.
She also documents her fitness regime on Instagram, where she has amassed more than 2.8 million followers.
She was born the second oldest of five in Fresno, California, and raised in both Arizona and Cincinnati, Ohio. She has brothers named Austin, Slade and Deacon and a sister named E Claire.
She and Nikki Blackketter are both known for their fitness and healthy living vlog entries posted to YouTube.
Whitney Simmons dog
Whitney Simmons’s HEIGHT, WEIGHT AND BODY MEASUREMENTS
|Height||5 feet and 5 inches|
Whitney Simmons’s CAREER
Whitney Simmons started her YouTube channel on May 15, 2015, and uploaded her first video on Jan 4, 2016, titled “5 tips to achieve your 2016 FITNESS GOALS!.” Since then she has been uploading various fitness tips and tutorials, training regime, travel vlogs and challenge videos.
Till now, out of all her videos, “Grow And Define Your BOOTY And LEGS | FULL Workout” is the most popular video on her channel. It has racked more than 2.5 million views as of now.
At the moment, her channel is growing day-by-day with over 1.2 million following her video content. Also, she is the participant in an affiliate advertising program, Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. She is a gymshark athlete as well.
Whitney Simmons’s NET WORTH
Simmons’s NET WORTH is $700,000
Whitney Simmons workout plan
exercises completed back-to-back with 30 seconds on each exercise.
- Reverse lunge into a squat
- Tricep Dips
- Step-up into a reverse lunge
- Plank push-up
- Single leg hip thrust
- Plank shoulder taps
- Single leg pistol squat
- Crunch toe taps
- Bulgarian split squats
- Jumping squats
The aim is to make this workout as fast-paced as possible to really get your heart rate up. However, don’t sacrifice good form for speed.
Focus on performing each movement safely and with the correct form before upping the pace.