Our Trainers


Forward Motion Fitness
(512) 623.9911

Brad's career began as a love for baseball – a sport he played from boyhood through college – and developed into a passion for better life and health in all realms, including sports.Brad is devoted to the science and philosophy of strength and conditioning. He completed Level I and II mentorships at Athlete’s Performance in Arizona, one of the most highly respected professional athletic training facilities in the world. He is certified in administering the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and a computerized cardiovascular health assessment. All of his client’s programs are designed with these core diagnostics in mind.

“I get pretty excited about helping clients reach their goals, whether it’s an athlete or someone who’s just trying to feel better, work better, and live better,” says Brad. “I feel it’s my job to educate people about determining realistic results and pacing. We can and do achieve amazing results, but we do it the right way. And with the right way, you get to keep the results.” Brad also believes in establishing a flexible, stress-free program. “I will push people when they need it and be there to urge them on, but I can’t understand the mentality that personal trainers are just there to get in your face and bully you into one more workout,” he explains. “I want to eliminate all the excuses and keep you from turning off. I want my clients to feel better all around, on all accounts.” 

Forward Motion Fitness

Leah Johnston is a Round Rock, Texas native. She spent her college years at The University of North Texas in Denton, where she earned her kinesiology degree with honors. After graduation in December 2010, she returned to Central Texas and earned her personal training certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She has a wide base of experience ranging from boot camps to sports performance, and personal training. She is " FMS Level 1 with Correctives" certified through the Cooper Institute, and one of her favorite tools is the kettlebell because of its versatility and efficiency. Leah developed a passion for fitness as a lifelong swimmer and currently she is an Assistant Coach with the Twin Creeks Toros swim team. She is responsible for the Toros’ strength training program that emphasizes movement quality for athletic development and injury prevention. Leah enjoys working with youth in sports performance to teach lifelong lessons about fitness, self-confidence, and goal-setting.

Forward Motion Fitness
(512) 369.0668

Lauren Alexander was born and raised in Georgetown, Texas.  Lauren earned her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from Texas Christian University in May of 2006. During her time at TCU, she worked closely with the Women’s Basketball Team where she oversaw and assisted in practices, strength training workouts and team nutrition.  Lauren’s love for health and fitness grew as she worked for Arlington Golf and Corporate Swing and had the opportunity to help design and implement a Player Development and Wellness Program for the city of Arlington with head Golf Instructor, Amy Fox. Her experience with Arlington Golf ranged from working with amateurs to professionals and traveling on the Ladies’ Professional Golf Association (LPGA) to assist athletes in nutrition and fitness on the road.  Lauren was recently certified as a Personal Trainer through the Cooper Institute.  Her goal as a trainer is to help  individuals realize their potential and achieve optimal wellness levels.

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