Brock is a podcast producer & host, movement coach, audio engineer, videographer, web & email developer, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist, wannapreneur.
This website is a work in progress, much like I am. Soon there will be many more offerings (like 30-day fitness challenges) but for now, there is a video, some pictures, some info, my coaching background, some links and that is about all. Enjoy!
Brock Armstrong’s functional approach to fitness and movement comes from his extensive experience in the fitness, movement and wellness industry working with many leading personal trainers, coaches, and wellness consultants including Monica Reinagel, Mark Sisson, Katy Bowman, Dave Asprey, Ben Greenfield, and 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 YouTube channel, workplace wellness podcast at WorkplaceHero.me and his fitness podcast at GetFitGuy.QuickandDirtyTips.com. Continue reading “About”
Brock Armstrong Coaching offers a variety of options depending on your goals, experience… and amount of supervision you require.
After years of using training plans out of books, off websites and from magazines, Brock decided to take his own coaching into his own hands. So he attended courses and seminars, read books, listened to podcasts, got a number of certifications and became his own coach. Realizing the value of someone else overseeing a fitness plan and (more importantly) the body’s reaction to it, Brock decided to work with Tania Jones and Lioudmila Kortchaguina from Goal Speed Coaching and saw some amazing results. Continue reading “Coaching”
Or you can send me an email: me [at] brockarmstrong [dot] com (but you know, written like a real person, not a spammer)