Brawd men live life to the full through the body, adventure and mind.
Brawd was born on the South Coast of Wales in the Vale of Glamorgan and is Welsh for brother.
Our coaches and members focus on male health and lifestyle, but it in a way that has fun in its soul. In fact we absolutely insist on camaraderie and laughter and this is the difference.
Once upon a time we ran bootcamp sessions on the beach in Barry Island and loved it, we still do and fitness sessions like these are very much still at our core but we started to offer our members much much more, a way of life so to speak.
We started doing Adventurous stuff together on land and water, we started going out together outside of our sessions and most importantly we started to support each other through life – we learned together and everyone seemed to stick around.
Fast forward a few years and we have something really exciting to offer the world
Maybe you’re a good man who wants to be healthy and happy, whilst looking after your family, whilst having an outgoing lifestyle that involves family, friends and doing the things you love?
Maybe you’re more stressed than you’ve ever been and just want to enjoy life again.
The problem is that since you started building your family and/or career, your health & fitness has fallen by the wayside and you never seem to have time or the energy and you’re gaining weight year by year – fast.
You see fitness after fitness and nutrition advert on Facebook, but they all excite you as much as a period drama.
You’d love to do something that is fun, exciting with like-minded people but since you only see your mates very rarely now you can’t imagine there is anything out there?
You don’t want to be a elite athlete, you just want to look fit and healthy and lose the gutt, in fact the t shirt bulge is the worst of all with baggy t shirts being the norm. In fact you rarely get your top off besides in the house.
You want to be back in some sort of control.
You look through Facebook and Internet for sources of advice and inspiration and even occasionally pluck up the courage to go and try something new but that doesn’t really work for you as all the fitness folk and clubs on Facebook are the same, with the same websites, white teeth, smiles, shots of themselves and telling everyone to “smash life” and “ live for today”…. To be honest if you were 20 and lived at home then you probably could!
You find it hard to eat healthily and cut back, especially during times of stress and then revert back to anything that’s easy.
You don’t understand why what worked for you before but doesn’t work now.
You do still have hope. Sometimes it takes time and it it really gets you down when you try something and doesn’t work at it. Sometimes you almost have enough of trying to get fit and healthy again.