Introducing Brianna Battles New Online Course

Strength Training and Adaptations for the Pregnant & Postpartum Athlete

Are you pregnant and looking to continue CrossFit or strength training?

Are you a mom who is looking to return to exercise and performance stronger than ever?

If so, this course is for you!


I’ve created information to empower you to continue the training you love while being mindful of the impact pregnancy and childbirth has on the core and pelvic floor. Listening to your body and doing what you’ve always done isn’t enough. Most coaches in the gym aren’t up to date on the needs and demands pregnant and postpartum athletes.


There has been a significant lack of evidence-based information that provides YOU with the tools you need to train smart during pregnancy and return to the gym postpartum….until now.

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Everyday Battles Classes


You’re cleared, now what?
This program is designed to recover safely and progress physically in a supportive, educational environment. You will learn proper breathing, alignment, movement patterns and exercises that work to improve Diastasis Recti, pelvic floor dysfunction, common postpartum aches/pain, etc, all while getting your strength back in a safe way!

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Women’s Strength & Conditioning at Autumo Crossfit in Moorpark, CA is on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30am. This class builds function, form and strength through barbell, kettlebell and dynamic movement patterns. There is a significant emphasis on core and pelvic health athleticism.

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I can help you implement healthy habits and movements to build strength and consistency in your training. Having someone to educate, guide and program specifically to your needs allows you to trust the process and see amazing mental, physical and emotional results.

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Not local? No problem. I offer skype or facetime consults and remote coaching/strength programming.  

Price varies depending on service.

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Creating an intentional culture through education, movement, motherhood, healthy habits, strength and transparency.
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Everyday Battles shared Brave Girls' Club's photo.Saturday, January 21st, 2017 at 3:16am
This says everything for me. It's both an affirmation of action, and a defense to questioning intent.
I couldn't have read it at a better time.

Welcome, new friends.

Thanks for the love, team.❤️
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Everyday Battles with Liz McMurrin Austin.Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 2:04pm
It's almost been 24 hours since that post went viral.

This was after I found Emmalee at LAX, on a quest to give her a hug from her mom, who, thanks to social media, was tagged in my post while our airplane traveled from Salt Lake City to LA. In 2 hours or less, this had gone viral.

I'm grateful my husband captured that moment. I'm grateful I listened to that overwhelming push to reach out to her. I'm grateful we were delayed upon arrival to LAX so I had time to check my phone and see the conversation that had been sparked, being able to communicate with her mother. I'm grateful I have this page...which I've used for years to write about a variety of topics. It's never, ever just been about a business. That's a small side of why I write and share here.

You see, so much of what has gotten me through some hard times, was simple human connection.
It was women supporting women, without judgment.
It was moms reaching out to me when they saw me struggling as a scared, sad new mom trying to figure out a new life.
It was sharing my life experiences both face-to-face, and vulnerably on social media.
It was realizing, that I was never truly alone, even at my darkest, loneliest of times. Good people always stepped in, giving me the boost I needed.
It was connecting with other women through building my business- my calling- in ways that could improve not just their life, but help in creating the one I craved.
It was- and still is- forcing myself to "practice brave," every single day.

I trust in humanity, my faith, intentions and lessons.

As a woman, a mother, coach, anxious person and somebody who tries to walk my talk, there was no way I could sit there and NOT say something. And because I write about everything as a tool to connect and heal, I knew I had to share this encounter.

We are all more alike than we are different. We are different religions. She is 19, I am 30. We are both in totally different chapters of our life.
And our differences do not matter, because we are both trying to do good, practice empathy and serve in our own ways.
I have so much respect for this young woman, and the people who came to this page in support of her. Let's just pay it forward.
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Everyday BattlesWednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 2:52pm
Tonight, sitting at the airport in Salt Lake City, I met a 19 year old young woman who was in tears when we came to sit near her. Jared and Cade went to fill up their water bottles and I sat alone, listening to this young girl cry.
I had to say something.
I've been the young girl crying in the airport.

I said, "I'm really sorry you're having a hard evening." And before I could say more she told me how tonight she was leaving for her mission in Guatemala. She won't see her family for nearly 2 years and she told me she already missed her mom so much.
She was scared.
She was nervous.

I just tried to tell her how strong and brave she is, and how a life of service is an honorable one. Transitions are always hard and in order to feel the reward, we have to feel some hard emotions, first.
We kept chatting and I realized how nervous she was about the airports and solo travel. I tried to give her some reassurance and guidance.

And then I asked her if she would like me to pray with her.I am not Mormon, nor am I "deeply" religious. I was nervous, but I knew she would appreciate that offer, as I watched her flip through her scriptures.
We prayed, and I asked God to protect her, to help her learn from this opportunity and allow her find a whole new version of herself during this exciting chapter.

And then, we made sure she could pre-board with us for some peace of mind.
Emily, I'm so glad we crossed paths. If you were my daughter, my sister or me 10 years ago, I think I would appreciate the well meaning crazy lady who couldn't let you cry alone this Tuesday night. 💞
#strongandbrave #practicebrave