Introducing Brianna Battles New Online Course

Strength Training and Adaptations for the Pregnant & Postpartum Athlete

Are you pregnant and looking to continue fitness 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 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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Brianna Battles- Everyday BattlesMonday, June 26th, 2017 at 4:15pm
Look how far we've come, my baby. 💙

4 years is an increment of so much growth...we see it in high school and college- the freshmen to senior change is so clear. And it seems in my own life, 4 years marks the greatest leaps and changes with career, maturity and circumstances.

But nothing compares to the significant life experience, growth, joy, humbling challenges and true love that has occurred between these two photos.
He is my life coach and everything pure, wild and free that this life has to offer.
Thank you, Cade for raising me into the woman and mama you (and your baby brother) need me to be. 💙
Happy 4th Birthday, baby.
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Brianna Battles- Everyday Battles shared Bret Contreras PhD's post.Sunday, June 25th, 2017 at 4:58am
For whatever it's worth, your interests surrounding fitness may change over time, but it is sustainability of routine and a reasonable mindset that will keep you involved and active in the variety of things you enjoy.

Health and fitness doesn't have to be intense, it doesn't have to be a chore or even a "lifestyle." It should complement your current state of existence.
Great insight, Bret Contreras PhD.
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Brianna Battles- Everyday BattlesFriday, June 23rd, 2017 at 11:22am
Body image, post 6

You know when you look back on pictures and think, "wow, I wish I would have appreciated how I looked back then!" That look may be bigger, smaller, softer, stronger, etc. But when we are in it, it never seems to be enough. Yet, it's so easy to see it later on.
Pregnancy is an eye opening time, you finally see your previous body for what it was, you see your current body transform daily. You feel the changes consistently. You're reminded of the change with nudges from within. It's beautiful, terrifying, exciting, depressing, foreign and yet, increasingly familiar. We cycle through appreciation and desperation for what our body was, what we want it to be and where it's at.
I do not know what my body or mind will be like after I have this baby.
But it will be changed.
It will be new.
It will morph again, continually.
This is just one moment of obvious change. It's a becoming of vulnerable and brave.
I never want to look back on this body and say, "this is what ruined my appearance."
I want to believe that this is what will transform me yet again, teaching me what I need to know and appreciate.