What does personal training mean to you? At Brain Meets Brawn we see it as an all encompassing approach to physical, mental, and emotional health. To achieve your most ambitious goals you will have to challenge the body AND mind. Continue below to learn more on how our mobility, strength, corrective exercise, and general nutrition services can help.
Break HABITS &
Create a deeper MIND & BODY connection!
Control the BAD
and express the GOOD!
STEP 1 | LEARN TO MOVE
STEP 2 | MASTER BODY STRENGTH
STEP 3 | STRENGTH PRINCIPALS
Utilizing the principals of adaptation, progressive overload, and time under tension our mobility & strength program will challenge the body and mind to reach its full potential. Learn the tools of the trade through equipment like the heavy bands, parallettes, landmine, matador dip bar, kettlebells, and much more. We also incorporate low-impact, high intensity cardio interval training.
FOR INJURY PREVENTION
STEP 1 | LEARN BASIC JOINT MECHANICS
STEP 2 | ACTIVATE TARGETTED MUSCLES
STEP 3 | DECREASE RISK OF INJURY
How many times has an injury set you back weeks, months, or even permanently? Preventing injuries is critical to maintaining consistency and longevity towards achieving your health and fitness goals. We rely heavily on verbal and tactile cueing to make subtle body adjustments to minimize the risk of injury while improving the efficiency, effectiveness, and consistency of every workout.
STEP 1 | RECORD WATER & MACRO INTAKE
STEP 2 | NOT ALL CALORIES ARE EQUAL
STEP 3 | MEAL PLANNING & PREPERATION
Success comes in moderation. When it comes to nutrition, avoid the extremes and settle in the middle. Slow and steady wins the race! A successful nutrition program will make balance and moderation the focal point. Each individual person is unique and should settle into a program that is balanced and specifically tailored to them. Instead of making immediate, drastic changes adjust from where you are right now until that perfect equilibrium is reached. The long distance runner, weight room bodybuilder, and casual exerciser will all require different nutritional plans, but the differences will be subtle, not extreme.