#75 World Record Deadlift Holder Whitney Baxley

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Dec

#75 World Record Deadlift Holder Whitney Baxley

The Future Is Female Powerlifting
The Future Is Female Powerlifting
#75 World Record Deadlift Holder Whitney Baxley
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Never really into the gym, Whitney Baxley’s husband bought her a membership hoping she would grow to enjoy it. After canceling her membership because of a lack of attendance, Whitney realized she wanted to stick with the training. Urged by her husband Nate, and now coach, Whitney fell in love with the process and soon became hooked after her first local meet. The rest is history.

With the #1 World Record Deadlift of 518lbs at 132lbs, a 1,096 total, and an International Elite total right from the get-go, Whitney seems to be made for powerlifting. Humble, kind, and down-to-earth, Whit talks about how she got started and what’s in store for her future. Somehow flying under the radars, I believe Whit will be part of lifters to look out for in 2022.

In this episode, Whitney and I chat about what it’s like training with our partners. Listen as we go over:
  • Why she started powerlifting
  • What her training cycle like
  • Exercises she likes for her massive 518 deadlift
  • Being a Beyond Average athlete
  • Tips for new lifters
Featured Guest/People Mentioned:
  • Whitney Baxley @iamwhitbaxley
  • Nate Baxley @nastynatelifting
  • Ashley Mike @modaste.fitness
  • Tamara “Dove” Walcott @plussize_fitqueen4.0
  • Beyond Average Apparel @beyondaveragetrainingapparel
  • The Showdown Meet @the_showdown_meet

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