When Wenisa started out in the fitness world, it was male-dominated; a female had to work extra hard to gain recognition and respect from her peers. At work, Wenisa would get challenged by male gym members or colleagues who thought they knew better than females. Opportunities for promotion were rare for females and Wenisa knew she had fight to produce better results than her male colleagues in order to move up the ranks. As if work was not hard enough, Wenisa’s family were not supportive of her chosen career as they did not see a future for her in the fitness industry - she had been offered a place to study medicine overseas, but was giving this up for her calling in fitness - and this was the cause of much disharmony within her family. After much discussion, Wenisa was given a year to prove herself in the fitness industry, failing which she would have to give up her fitness work and turn to medical studies. Wenisa set out to make this one year so successful that she was offered the chance to move to KL to further develop her career. The rest, as they say, is history.