Whitney Johns Profile & Stats

The biography, life, and accomplishments of Whitney Johns

Whitney Johns is a bodybuilder, fitness model, and personal trainer who has grown over the years to be a fitness icon. After a career of trying many different sports, she decided to give weightlifting a try, and hasn’t looked back.

Below is a complete breakdown of her profile, stats, biography, training, and diet regimens.

Full Name: Whitney Johns

Weight Height Date Of Birth
135-145 lbs. 5’9” 11/29/1990
Profession Era Nationality
Bodybuilder, Fitness Model, Personal Trainer 2010 American



Whitney Johns grew up in Idaho and never could really find her niche. She loved to be active and push herself, but the struggle of finding what sport to do was challenging for her. But what she would find was fitness and weightlifting and with a poor track record of enjoying other sports, she decided to give this a try. And she never looked back.

Building her physique and falling in love with weightlifting, she was fueled by physical fitness and this developed a strong discipline and confidence in herself. After training for some time, she decided to compete and from there, modeling agencies began knocking. She landed jobs with big magazines and began to build a following on social media. Now a fitness icon, she seeks to help others see those gains they want most through hard work and inspiration.


Whitney focuses a lot on legs and lower body work to keep her lower half as toned as possible, but she will of course work her upper body to keep that well-rounded physique. When it comes to cardio, she loves HIIT workouts for they will increase your heart rate and really give you the edge when it comes to endurance and burning extra calories.


  • Smith Machine Glute Kickback: 3 sets, 10 reps
  • Crab Toe Touches: 3 sets, 10 reps
  • Dumbbell Front Squat: 3 sets, 8 reps
  • Kettlebell Sumo High Pull: 3 sets, 10 reps
  • Squat Jacks: 3 sets, 10 reps
  • Hip Thrust: 3 sets, 10 reps
  • DB Single Leg Squats: 3 sets, 12 reps
  • Bulgarian Split Squat: 3 sets, 10 reps
  • Side Lunge With Knee Drive: 3 sets, 12 reps
  • Squat Jump Lunge: 3 sets, 8 reps

Bodyweight HIIT Workout

  • Dips: 4 sets, 30 seconds
  • Jump Squats: 4 sets, 30 seconds
  • Boat Pose Pulses: 4 sets, 30 seconds
  • Squat Burpees: 4 sets, 30 seconds
  • Skater Squats: 4 sets, 30 seconds


Whitney seeks to keep her diet as simple as possible and only sticks to healthy and whole foods. This includes your essentials being lean meats, complex carbs, and healthy fats. But, like us all, she loves a good cheat meal here and there and typically this will be ice cream. By keeping her diet simple and not working to make it too complex, she is able to properly and easily prepare so she can eat with ease.


Along with a proper training and nutrition routine comes supplementation. It is important to supplement with certain products that can work to enhance all your gains. Three staples to cover your workout basics are a pre-workout, BCAA, and protein powder. These will work to increase energy, push through fatigue, enhance recovery and spur growth, each respectively of course. But together, these can work wonders. Also consider a multivitamin, super green, or omega-3 supplement to aid in your overall health and wellness goals.

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