Bryant

Bryant

Founder/Coach

Bio

Bryant started CrossFitting in 2007, when very few people outside the state of California even knew what it was. Astounded at the results he experienced, Bryant became CrossFit Certified and opened CrossFit Cedar City in 2008, motivated to help others discover a depth of fitness unrivaled by the typical gym experience.

In the resulting years, Bryant’s gym out-grew two locations and excellent training changed thousands of lives for the better. As a coach, he had the privilege of introducing several friends to CrossFit who later became gym owners, and some of those athletes have even had the privilege of competing in the finals for the CrossFit Games, a worldwide competition.

Bryant moved to Nairobi, Kenya, to energize the growing fitness community with a world-class CrossFit gym. His desire is to empower individual lives with personal fitness, but to also encourage people to maximize their full potential to be a positive influence in their homes, their communities, and the world.

Certifications

  • CrossFit Level 2
  • USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach
  • CrossFit Barbell
  • CrossFit Weightlifting
  • CrossFit Kids
  • Superman had kryptonite. What's your weakness?

    Ice cream, handstand walks, running longer than 400 meters, and cute puppies.

  • How do you define success?

    For me, success is not a destination, it is a journey. It is more than achieving a specific goal or accomplishing something - it's the process it took to get you there, and that process involves a mixture of victories and failures. A truly successful person is willing to embrace the failures knowing they are a key component to growth and success.

  • Bandits are coming at you with a machete. You are in your Land Cruiser. What do you do?

    Roll up my window and "Just Drive." That was an adventure with Shiv, Collins & Lauren that I don't want to repeat.

  • Tell us about your first CrossFit workout ever?

    My first CrossFit workout was "Helen," 3 rounds of 400m run, 21 Kettlebell Swings and 12 Pull-ups. It was December of 2007 and I was so excited to try it. I went to my local gym, secured a treadmill, got a 35-pound dumbbell for the swings, and set up a pull-up bar. What should have been a 12-minute workout took me 25+ minutes. I was absolutely smashed, but instantly hooked.


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