Brittany is a certified strength and conditioning specialist, as well as First Aid and CPR. Brittany is a graduate from Belleville East High School in Illinois. During her time in high school, she competed in softball all 4 years, and basketball 3 years. Earning her varsity letter 3 of the 4 years for softball.
Brittany then went to play softball at Westminster College in Fulton Missouri for 3 years, being named captain all 3 years. She completed her undergraduate studies at Westminster College earning a bachelor’s degree of Arts in Exercise Science and Sports Management.
In the fall of 2017, Brittany moved to North Carolina to attend Appalachian State University to receive her Master of Exercise Science with a concentration in Strength and Conditioning in May 2019. While at AppState, Brittany interned with the Appalachian State Olympic Strength and Conditioning department, mostly working with women’s volleyball, softball, men’s basketball, and women’s field hockey. Brittany also worked at Lees McRae College in Banner Elk, NC, as a volunteer strength and conditioning coach, working primarily with women’s soccer, women’s volleyball and women’s soccer.
What to Expect
To start off, you can expect some type of dynamic warm up, to get your blood moving. Throughout the session it will be based off what you as the client is wanting. If it is strength gain, that could include compound barbell movements such as deadlift, bench, squat. If the client isn't wanting that, we would use of the cable machine, dumbbells, kettle bells, bands, TRX, body weight. At the end of every session, there will be a cool down stretch. No one is a one size fits all. Every client is different and wants different things. This is what I focus on. Every session is meant to be enjoyable, yet still challenging.
Client Success Story
I worked one on one with an injured volleyball player. She had knee surgery and I was training her post surgery. When we first started working she could barely do a body weight squat without discomfort. We worked for about 3 months and after those 3 months, she was leg pressing and barbell box squatting with no discomfort and was well on the road back to playing collegiate volleyball again!
- Athletic Performance
- Functional Training
- High Intensity
- Personal Training
- Senior Fitness
- Strength And Conditioning
I Can Help You Accomplish
- Weight Loss
- Weight Gain
- Firming And Toning
- Increase Muscle Strength
- Aerobic Fitness
- Endurance Training
- The Grind Fitness And Sports
- 9711 Green Park Industrial Dr.
- Saint Louis, MO 63123
I can travel within 20 miles of zip code 63123
|Sunday||8am - 12pm and 6pm - 8pm|
|Monday||6am - 1pm, 3pm - 6pm, and 7pm - 10pm|
|Tuesday||7am - 11am, 1pm - 6pm, and 7pm - 10pm|
|Wednesday||6am - 1pm, 3pm - 6pm, and 7pm - 10pm|
|Thursday||7am - 1pm, 4pm - 6pm, and 7pm - 10pm|
|Friday||8am - 10pm|
|Saturday||8am - 10am and 11am - 1pm|
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