“Adding becoming a Ninja Warrior to my Primal Warrior status and education.. ????Movement. There is so much more to movement. It is a practice, with intention, that has a powerful carry over into our lives everywhere. The quality of our lives is directly proportionate to the emotional state we live in and the standards we keep.If your body is carrying extra weight , is inflexible, weak or in pain all the time – the quality of your life will suffer. You will struggle to feel light on your feet, free, flexible and optimistic on a daily basis as a lifestyle and normal state that you feel all the time. Get your body moving with intention, it will thank you!
I am learning so much at PFS. At 53, I am going to take my body to a whole new level of awareness, motion, and ability to move it quietly with strength behind it. Very excited- Thank you Brandon Harris for an outstanding class and keeping a close eye on my movements and helping me become a Ninja? I’m super motivated to learn your methodology. I am going to bear crawl with a glass of wine on my back ??and achieve this amazing handstand ??
Thank you for your words! This is an awesome example of why we do what we do.
For Brandon, fitness has been his passion for as long as he can remember. In high school he was a three-sport athlete and received a scholar athlete award in football. Later, he attended Arizona State University on an academic scholarship and received his degree in Kinesiology in 2004. When he was a junior in college, he started Personal Training and has since turned this into his career. Brandon is a natural teacher who is passionate about health, fitness, wellness, and life. Each and every day he feels blessed to be able to do what he loves most…help people achieve a healthier life! Working with his best friend and having clients who he considers to be his family is one of the best jobs he could ever wish for. What he loves most about being a personal trainer is helping his clients achieve what they thought was the “impossible”!
Brandon’s philosophy is that exercise and fitness should be viewed as preventive medicine. If one takes care of his/her body today, he/she will stay healthy for the remainder of his/her life. His main focus is on functional training that incorporates normal daily movements which strengthen core muscle groups and help deliver a functionally fit body. This body will then be efficient with all activities, from athletics to everyday movements.