At BRX, we operate under a simple principle: the best results are a product of hard work and individualization. Rather than run you through a "factory-style," cookie-cutter onboarding process, we take the time to get to know you and your goals. Read about our 3-step onboarding process below and click the orange button to get started!
The "real" training begins with two calls: The 'Strength Training Onboarding Call' and the 'Throwing Onboarding Call,' which will occur on Zoom about a week apart. Both will follow the same the structure: 1) Discussion 2) Program Walkthrough 3) Supervised Execution Of The Drills. By the end, you'll know how to follow your remote program, how to perform the drills correctly, and the cadence for ongoing support and communication. These calls will take 1-2 hours each.
To view our pricing, simply fill out our BRX Online Coaching Application and it will be sent to you via email.
We are in the process of developing a remote reassessment system. With that said, since the program is so new, we advise our clients to attend a local showcase (PBR or Perfect Game) to get "baseline" measureables so that we can make a comparison as you progress through your BRX Program.
The BRX Online Individualized program is run by BRX Online Strength Coordinator Jeremy Lau and BRX Online Throwing Coordinator Carter Hohn. Jeremy has been with BRX since 2018 and obtained his Masters in Kinesiology from Columbia University, while Carter has been with BRX since 2020, is Driveline Certified, and has overseen the velocity development of a plethora of BRX throwers. The first BRX Online athlete they co-managed improved his throwing velocity from 81 to 91 MPH in his first four months and received a D1 scholarship from Purdue University .
The BRX Online Individualized Program involves a 6 or 12 month commitment due to the significant amount of work that goes into delivering a personalized experience. We are looking for serious athletes who understand that getting results is a process that takes months and years - not days and weeks.
There is a healthy mix of discussion, drill execution, and mechanical breakdowns covered on check in calls. With that said, the call agenda is fluid; if an athlete has a particular need they would like to be addressed, we'll spend as much time on it as possible.
Athletes can execute an individualized BRX program at most common training facilities (i.e. Planet Fitness). At a bare minimum, athletes will need a barbell, squat rack, dumbbells (generally 20-80lbs), resistance bands, and a medicine ball.