Brad Thomas Mind Body
It's all mental™
“Brad is not only my trainer, he’s also my confidant. It feels so completely effortless and natural to share my most intimate thoughts with him. We’ve been training together for 7 years. I’ve lost weight, which I hadn’t been able to do before working with Brad, and gained a better understanding of my thoughts and feelings in the process. That’s incredibly hard to do as a 90 year-old, but Brad was with me every step of the way. I don’t know what I’d do without him.”
– John V.
“I thoroughly enjoy Brad’s unique method of training. As a result of working with him, I have gained strength and lost weight, the benefits of which are endless. I am more confident and relaxed than I was in the past. He has made me more mindful of the impact of my mental well-being on my physical self. I am entirely grateful to him and his methods for enriching my present and future.”
– Erica S.
“Working with Brad totally changed my life. I am in better shape, stronger, and have more endurance to get through the long stressful days that we all have in NYC. When I left New York, my training sessions with Brad were one of the few things I missed.”
– Gen T.
“Training with Brad is a chance to release the stress of the day and focus on being the best me I can be. Brad is helping me condition my core strength by toning my body, sharpening my mind, and staying in touch with my full self. He’ll make a phenomenal sports psychologist in a couple of years.”
– William C.
“Brad knows how to push me beyond what I think is possible, allowing me to become a stronger person both mentally and physically.”
– Emmie N.
"Brad knows what part of my body I want to focus on and is able to work around my injuries/limitations to get me to my goal. It’s amazing how he’s able to get me to open up about my life and help me see that true change comes from being more reflective.”
– Meghan H.
“Working out with Brad has helped me to push myself past what I previously thought I was capable of. I've gotten stronger, fitter and have become more aware of how my emotions can impact the quality of my workouts.”
– Jake L.