About

Brock Armstrong has one goal: to help people move more of their body, more often in more and more interesting and satisfying ways. 

After being sidelined from a career as a professional ballet dancer, a brief bout as a desk jockey, and a solid attempt at endurance sports, Brock now embraces a more functional approach to fitness and movement . This comes from his extensive experience in the health and wellness industry working with many leading personal trainers, coaches, gurus, and wellness consultants including: Mark Sisson, Katy Bowman, Dave Asprey, Ben Greenfield, Monica Reinagel, and Mark Divine.

Brock is a writer and podcaster for Quick and Dirty Tips and Scientific American. He also co-hosts the podcast Change Academy with Monica Reinagel and has appeared as a guest and co-host on many health and wellness podcasts, such as: Ben Greenfield Fitness, Primal Blueprint, Primal Endurance, Endurance Planet, and The Whole Athlete. His new podcast is called Second Wind Fitness and you can find it anywhere you listen to audio, 

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Brock is the founder and owner of Brock Armstrong Coaching, a company that has helped hundreds of people cross the finish line of marathons and triathlons since 2011.

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 Superhuman Coach network, on the advisory board of the Primal Health Coach training, and is an instructor for the Bulletproof Training Institute. Brock is also a certified Cognitive Behavioural Therapy practitioner, former professional ballet dancer and has coached well over 300 people across the finish line.

You can also check out his  YouTube channel, workplace wellness podcast at WorkplaceHero.me, his mindset podcast at ChangeAcademyPodcast.com, his music, and his previous fitness podcast at GetFitGuy.QuickandDirtyTips.com.

Brock lives on Vancouver, Island BC with his partner Eleanor, his cat named Mouse, and several bicycles.