Strength & Conditioning Coach
Bronwyn knows as a former athlete what it takes to be committed to fitness and living a healthy lifestyle. Bronwyn started playing soccer from the age of 7 and continued to do so for the next 11 years. She knows what it takes to be at the top of her sport; placing top 3 in the province, 3 years in a row.
After ending her career in soccer, she turned her focus to helping others with their own fitness journeys. Bronwyn has experience in all types of gym settings from corporate to private studios to old age homes. Bronwyn has also worked with all types and ages of clients ranging from 16-91; from wanting to be able to walk upstairs independently to preparing for a first triathlon. She has worked all around the city and more recently worked at a well-known corporate gym where she was one of the few high performing trainers.
Bronwyn is a Senior Fitness Specialist and is very passionate about helping seniors stay young at heart and having a positive outlook on life. She loves to educate seniors (55+) about resistance training and the benefits it can have especially as you prepare for the effects of aging. Bronwyn is also a Corrective Exercise Specialist, which mainly focuses on postural issues and muscle imbalances. Bronwyn firmly believes that poor posture weighs on you and can create more underlying problems then recognized. This is tightly associated with senior fitness as most adults 55+ have spent their lives in habits that have caused postural issues like Dowagers hump.
Bronwyn is also a big believer in taking care of your mental health and putting it at the top of your list. Bronwyn can relate directly to this as she deals with her own mental health issues and speaks openly about her struggles. She believes the best way to work on your mental health is exercise, as it has been proven to help with depression, anxiety, ADHD and PTSD. Bronwyn believes that your first prescription should be starting an exercise program!
“My goal is to have every one of my clients accomplish their fitness journey while also becoming their best-self. If every time they leave their training session a little happier and more confident in themselves then I know I’ve done my job.”