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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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 BattlesFriday, October 21st, 2016 at 7:15am
I've been back from Thailand for almost 2 weeks. I traveled there to teach strength and conditioning scientific foundations and practical application, for the Sports Authority of Thailand. My colleague and I taught sport coaches, Doctors, Sport Scientists, rehab professionals and University students, that were eager to further their education and skill set in coaching top performing athletes.

This was a big deal for me, professionally and as a woman in a male dominated field, to a male dominated audience, on the opposite side of the world.

And you know the most common thing that's been said to me about this experience upon coming home?

"Wow! Good for you. I could never leave my children for that long!"

"I don't know how you did that. It must have been so hard being away from Cade. I've never left my 3 year old!"

"I bet you missed him so much. How often did you FaceTime?"

They mean well. It's just ironic because people don't say that to men. When my husband travels for training, no one says anything about him leaving his child.

I never thought I could do this, either...emotionally as a mother being gone that long, or that I would be qualified enough for this kind of opportunity.
I was anxious the entire time, but it was one of the best independence evoking experiences of my life because it forced me to be braver than I wanted to be. I tapped into a version of myself that is rarely seen... solely a professional, not a mother or wife or even for the work I typically do.

I was ONLY seen for what my brain could bring to the situation. That never happens. It's hard to leave home without my general reputation, so it was pretty refreshing!

You see, mothers do it all.
And sometimes, doing it all means leaving to travel across the world to fulfill another part of your soul that wasn't fully lost in motherhood.

Every mother is faced with challenging decisions, the spectrum continually grows.

Let's not generalize what a women does, what a mother chooses, or compare it to what works and resonates (or doesn't!) within our own reality. Cuz reality can change, FAST.

Being a mom has given me the courage to be more of me than I ever was before. And I hope more women can find themselves in motherhood AND away from it.
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Everyday BattlesThursday, October 20th, 2016 at 9:24am
A few things I would love to see from
Muscle & Fitness Hers:

1. "Turn heads with this new plan" about feel stronger and move better with this new plan?
2. "Holiday Survival Guide" about drop the guilt and food rules and learn to enjoy precious holidays, the food you love, with those you love without being preoccupied with "meals and moves blah blah BS."
3. "Hot new fighter"...I'll be damned if this strong, bad ass woman hasn't worked her ass off to be acknowledged as more than HOT on the cover of a FITNESS magazine.
4. "Get strong sexy legs" ...right. The women I know who work for strong legs are not thinking about sexy with 200lbs on their back.
5. An ab poster? Seriously? To fulfill an unrealistic, unhealthy and disordered picture of what a fit stomach looks like doing movements that won't yield those results?

Great cover! Can't wait to read the rest. 🙄 #iwontbe


An annoyed coach, woman, athlete and advocate of women who are sick of this shit messaging.
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Everyday BattlesWednesday, October 19th, 2016 at 2:24am
This is my family. 💙

We took family photos this weekend. I've waited too long to do this. It's like, survival mode prevented me from taking the initiative when he was younger. Or I thought I never looked good enough. Or we couldn't coordinate schedules. Or work kept us too busy to add yet another thing. There has been every excuse to not take the time to schedule family pictures and it makes me sad.
It shouldn't have taken this long, but it finally happened and I'm grateful this precious and chaotic time in our life was captured.