• Darryl Whiting
    Personal Trainer , Pilates Instructor , Group Fitness Instructor , Health Coach
    I am a Fordham University football alum and former Tennessee Titan. I love to help others succeed in achieving their fitness goals. Towards the latter years of my career I was plagued with injuries only later to find out that most of them could have been prevented. I want to pass on my knowledge of corrective exercise, functional movement and sports performance to others. I also hold certifications in kettlebell training, integrated stretching and pre/postnatal, as well as a certificate in mat Pilates.
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      I’ve been training with Darryl for a little over a year and a half. During that time, I’ve worked to become pain-free, gained ~20 lbs of muscle and lost ~5% body fat. Before training with Darryl, I saw physios, chiropractors, and others to address chronic lower back and knee pain. None of it made any difference until Darryl figured out the various muscle imbalances I had and created bespoke workouts to address them. He's an ex-NFL player with a positive attitude and a genuine flair for personal training. He's got relevant qualifications and is currently training a number of professional athletes. He's experienced and will design workouts to help you hit your goals.

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    • Darryl changed my life
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    My Training style
    I work with people who are
    New to fitness
    Already exercising regularly
    Returning after a long layoff from regular exercise
    My training environment
    Residential Building Gym
    Office Building Gym
    Corporate Events
    Fitness/ Nutrition Seminars
    Trainer's only Gym
    Group Fitness
    Client Home (client's equipment)
    Client Home (trainer's equipment)
    Yoga style I practice (for yoga instructors only)
    I have experience with injuries to the following areas
    I have experience with the following medical conditions
    I have experience with the following special populations
    First Timers
    Unmotivated Individuals
    Pre/Post Natal
    Professional Athletes
    I have special certifications in
    Youth Health & Fitness
    Functional training
    Pre/ Post Natal
    Health & Fitness specialist
    Kettle Bells
    I have experience with the following sports/ training specific goals
    Boot Camp
    Weight Loss
    Functional Training
    Power Lifting
    Plyometric Training
    Heart Rate Training
    Tough Mudder
    Spartan Race
    Session lengths available
    60 min
    Payment method preference
    Credit/Debit Card
    I offer a complimentary first meeting of an
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    10029 , 10128 , 10028 , 10075 , 10021 , 10065 , 10019 , 10011 , 10001 , 10018 , 10036 , 10022 , 10003 , 10017 , 10016 , 10010 , 10009 , 10004 , 10005 , 10006 , 10038 , 10007 , 10002 , 10013 , 10012 , 10014 , 11101 , 11102 , 11103 , 11104 , 11105 , 11106 , 11109 , 11368 , 11369 , 11370

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