Meet our team
Tim"Terrible II" Witherspoon is a former professional fighter. I was raised in a family of boxers and was taught the value of hard work by my father, two-time heavyweight champion of the world Tim Witherspoon Sr.After spending 10 years as a professional fighter, I've retired and turned my passion for boxing into a career in personal training.As a resident of Bucks County and former Pennsbury student who grew up in Fairless Hills, my dream was to one day open a boxing gym in the area in order to not only give back to the community but to inspire a generation of future fighters and fitness fanatics, alike.I'm currently achieving that & more with the launch of Witherspoon Boxing + Fitness. Our facility will not only provide boxing training, but we also have a fitness/crossfit gym & yoga studio providing a wide array of classes by our phenomenal team of instructors.Our aim at Witherspoon boxing is to "BRING OUT EVERYONE'S INNER CHAMPION!"Our home sits below the iconic Grundy Clock Tower at the Historic Grundy Commons in Bristol Borough, PA, located on the corner of Canal & Jefferson Streets.
John J Aloisi Born Dec 1978 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Grew up in Trevose Pennsylvania Until moving to Bensalem Pennsylvania. Graduated from Neshaminy high school and Graduated best in class from Lower Bucks Tech in 1997. Started training at Hepting Boxing Club at 13 under the watchful eye of Trainer/Coach Rich Hepting. I represented Hepting Boxing Club in amateur competition for five years and two years training other young fighters for competition. I continued training at Tenth Round Boxing Club with both youth and adults for self defense and fitness. Most recently I helped run classes at MPR as a youth and adult group boxing instructor.
Cindy first began practicing yoga in 2006 when she discovered a yoga workout within the first P90X series. While she did not initially appreciate the 1.5-hour yoga routine, she eventually grew to love it and found herself seeking more yoga knowledge and new challenges. Through her exploration of yoga and her initial self-taught practice, Cindy quickly discovered her love of Vinyasa Flow and her passion for inversions and arm balances. When not on the mat, Cindy works as a paramedic and has found yoga extremely helpful in her ability to combat stress and maintain physical fitness so that she may serve members of the community to the best of her ability. Cindy became a certified yoga teacher in 2014 in hopes of sharing the many benefits of yoga with others and looks forward to meeting new students!