Meet Dillon Spicer, one of the newest members of our Liteboxer trainer team! When she’s not challenging you in the ring she’s off studying for her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. This future PT and dancing pro is ready to level up your workout one class at a time. Get to know Dillon and where you can sweat it out with her in your next trainer class
Quick facts about Dillon
Favorite Liteboxer workout: Band + Box workouts
“I love Band + Box workouts at Liteboxer. I think the best combination is resistance training and cardio to get that little extra spice to your daily workouts.”
Favorite Liteboxer song to workout to: “bad idea” by Ariana Grande and “Forever (feat. Post Malone & Clever)” by Justin Bieber
Boxing inspiration: Claressa Shields
“She’s female boxing! A USA gold medalist and multi-champion in many titles and weight classes. Her dedication to the field of boxing is unreal and I’m truly inspired every time I see her in the ring fighting.”
Favorite boxing advice: Keep your eyes up!
“And know not every day in the ring will be the same but as long as you stay true to yourself and focused — you will conquer the fight!”
Favorite way to cross-train: “Running, dancing, and lifting HEAVY weights!”
What’s one thing you are looking forward to this year? “I am looking forward to growing with the Liteboxer family and enjoying this community to the fullest. I also am excited to continue my education as I begin my doctorate degree in physical therapy this year.”
Get to know Dillon
Dillon has always had a passion for movement, even before she stepped into the ring. After graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Performance and Choreography, Dillon began her dancing career in New York City.
She’s performed for many performing artists and companies including Microsoft, MTV’s Total Request Live (TRL), Pibolous, Diavolo, Camille Trust, and Broadway Bares.
Not only is she an amazing dancer, but Dillon has experience teaching everything under the sun when it came to fitness classes including kickboxing, boxing, boot camp, dance, barre, cycling, pilates, and more. She even created her own fitness company in 2020 called “StraightUp with Dillon” where she focuses on combining fitness, mobility, and personal development.
With over eight years of fitness instruction experience and five years of training in boxing and Muay Thai, Dillon is a force to be reckoned with in the ring. And in the rare moments when she slows down, you can find her studying at Stony Brook University working on her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
What to expect in Dillon’s classes
Dillon describes her classes as “fun, spicy, and groove-worthy” and we couldn’t agree more! Expect to get lost in the music as you step up to the challenge in the ring without taking yourself too seriously.
“I love boxing because it allows you to free yourself from the inner and outer voices of the world. Boxing challenges you on all levels whether it be mental, emotional, or physical — it pushes you through any fight.”
Dillon likes to focus on the “why” behind every movement, demonstrating proper boxing technique and form along the way. As a dancer and physical therapist in training, Dillon will help you improve your form, enhance your mobility, and build strength and power one class at a time.
Not only that, but she wants you to walk away stronger than you started and proud of what you’ve accomplished in the ring.
“Movement is life and it should make you feel good. If there is anything I would want for people to walk away from my classes with is a sense of pride and happiness.”
How to box with Dillon
Perfect your boxing technique and get groovy with Dillon, one of our newest boxing instructors and physical therapists in training! Here are some of Dillon’s classes that you can punch to today in your Liteboxer app:
- 30-minute Trainer Class with Dillon
- 20-minute Trainer Class with Dillon
- 4-Song Sparring Session with Dillon
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