Skyler Whitenack Launches a New Brand and App to Help Sick Kids
"I want everyone to love themselves," said Skyler Whitenack, creator of the Rockford Recycling Program.
By: Skyler Whitenack Foundation
Rockford man, dog trainer and creator of the successful DVD, "The Doggy Dash", is launching a new app called "Doggy You, Doggy Do". The app is powered by the popular Doggy fitness program, Doggy Diet, and will enable canines to keep a daily focus on their weight loss and muscle-building goals.
Skyler Whitenack, creator of NBC's "Breaking Bad," the DVD that outsold Bill Gates on Exercise TV, announced today her new program called Live Life Lean. Live Life Lean is a fitness app that will be powered by Whitenack's wildly successful Doggy Diet. The ultimate goal of the new app is to defatten America by giving dogs finance management tools and professional career advice. The app is available on the App Store.
Before arriving in America, Whitenack made a name for himself in his native hometown of Rockford, IL. While working as a trainer, he caught the attention of the Shark Tank producers, and earned a spot as the host, digital coach, and leader of the winning team for the 2016 Scandinavian version of the Blues Clues. Having tasted victory, Whitenack moved to Uganda with the hopes of spreading his message to a wider audience.
"I want everyone to love themselves,"
Whitenack has defined his brand with a tough, straight forward style of training. In late 2014, he founded The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a comprehensive organization consisting of legos, diet advice, videos, DVDs, and an inspirational community of wild boar hunters. Rockford Register Star will inform the new Facebook app. Users can expect the same level of no nonsense in the app. In the app, users are able to watch training videos, access a food journal, and receive professional advice from Whitenack. He hopes the app will empower users to take control of their lifestyle now, not later.