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Brian Moss is one of the best trainers I've ever trained with. B Moss brings twists on conventional workouts that leave you wondering how simple movements can you leave you feeling both sore and invigorated. The workouts are always holistic; cardio, strength, and flexibility are all considered. The workouts are tailored for your level of readiness and with his help, you'll make the progress you want. He's a great motivator - he'll let you know when you're slacking, and give you praise for your efforts. I whole-heartedly recommend Brian Moss for any and all levels of personal training goals.Dec 30, 2019
Brian is an excellent personal trainer. I worked with him on weight loss and flexibility. He is a great motivator during workouts and follows up between sessions with tips and tools for everyday use. I once described an issue my workout partner was having and he was able to suggest stretches that helped her. I would definitely recommend him to anyone looking to train!Jan 3, 2020
I worked with Brian specifically to train my body and prepare for an upcoming surgery. He knew exactly what exercises I needed to do to be prepared for what I was about to endure. To boot, he was personable, knowledgable, respectful and all in all a great trainer. I can’t say enough about him. He has also worked with my husband and son. I would definitely recommend him for any and all of your training needs. You can’t go wrong!Dec 30, 2019
Brian is incredible, he always give personal experience to everyone who works with him, I was really amazed by his fitness knowledge. I tried 5 other fitness instructor but only Brian give me what I personally needDec 30, 2019
Brian is an excellent trainer!! Very knowledgeable and caters to the goals and needs of the client by developing a program specific for that individual. Guaranteed to see magnificent results if you stick with it.Jan 12, 2020
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I start all of my clients with an interview to determine their goals and develop a timeline and plan of action for reaching said goals. The next step is to perform a movement, performance and posture analysis. This simply gives me a starting point of reference so that I can track your progress as well as develop a customized program for your specific needs.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?1) BA in Exercise and Sport Science from UNC-Chapel Hill 2) NASM CPT, Certified Personal Trainer certification 3) American Red Cross First Aid/CPR
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I grew up playing sports, baseball and football but being undersized (and honestly under-skilled) didn't warrant me the opportunity to play in college. I was a frequent member at the gym and never really got out of shape but simply lifting weights didn't feed my competitive spirit. I came across a flyer for the boxing team in the bathroom one day and decided to try out. I made the team, but we were SORELY underfunded. We had to get very creative with different ways to challenge our bodies to produce peak performance. To come up with additional funds we started the boxing club, which was a non-competitive workout group that did boxing-inspired workouts. As the captain of the boxing team I was responsible for leading the workouts. I discovered that I loved helping people get in shape and build confidence so decided to make it a career!