Getting fit doesn’t have to mean spending hours at the gym or a ton of money on equipment. Brock Armstrong, Get-Fit Guy, will help you increase your enjoyment of movement, boost your overall physical performance, and get your body feeling and functioning better than ever. Whether you’re just beginning an exercise routine and don’t know where to start, or you’ve been working out for a while and just want to shake it up, Brock will give you the info you need to reach your movement and fitness goals.
Brock’s functional approach to getting and staying fit comes from his extensive experience in the fitness, movement, and wellness industry. He has worked with many leading personal trainers, coaches, and wellness consultants including nutritionist Monica Reinagel (QDT’s Nutrition Diva), biomechanist Katy Bowman, endurance specialist Mark Sisson, fitness guru Ben Greenfield, biohacker Dave Asprey, and Navy SEAL Mark Divine.
Brock uses his understanding of functional movement, endurance training, muscle building and the ever-important balance between performance and health to help people all over the world achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. Brock was a blogger for the Canadian Running magazine iRun.ca and has appeared as a guest and co-host on many health and wellness podcasts, such as Ben Greenfield Fitness, Primal Endurance, Endurance Planet, and The Whole Athlete. You can also check out his workplace wellness podcast at WorkplaceHero.me.
Brock is the founder and owner of BrockArmstrong.com and Weighless.Life, programs that have helped hundreds of people reach their wellness goals.
Brock’s credentials include: Certified AFLCA Group Fitness Leader with a designation in Portable Equipment, NCCP and CAC Triathlon Coach, Team in Training certified run coach (trained by Dr. Jack "Tupper” Daniels). He is a member of the Human Potential Institute, and on the advisory board of the Primal Health Coach training.
Brock is also a former professional ballet dancer and has coached well over 250 people across their own personal finish line. He lives in Vancouver, BC with his partner Eleanor and several bicycles. You can email Brock at firstname.lastname@example.org.