Train out of your home – The trainer comes to you.
Brady Roberts works with his clients to understand their fitness goals, creating a customized strategy for helping them achieve new personal milestones. Brady has been named one of Houston’s best fitness trainers by the Houston Chronicle. He was also recently named one of the Houston area’s Top 3 Health Coaches by Thumbtack Professional Services. Since starting his services in 2006, Brady has taken an integrative approach to wellness.
His innovative techniques and positive customer reviews prompted Bark professional services to name him one of Shady Acres’ top personal trainers. Brady prides himself in providing his clients customized training and teaching them to make healthy choices in their day-to-day lives.
His brand of circuit training combines high-intensity aerobics and resistance training designed to be easy to follow, while targeting fat loss, building muscle and strengthening the heart. Brady enjoys working with clients of all ages and levels of physical condition.
The current and former clients include those with chronic conditions, patients undergoing rehabilitation for an injury, pregnant women, fitness competitors and cancer survivors. He is especially passionate about his work with cancer survivors, having conquered the disease himself several years ago.
He has also had the opportunity to complete a supervised internship with a local exercise physiologist and been a long time workout partner to a professional bodybuilder/multiple time Olympia competitor. Brady is an honors graduate of the University of Houston, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health.
Brady is qualified and has experience in the following:
Dear prospective client,
I run a professional business. I hope I can get the opportunity to help you reach your potential. I provide multiple options for services to fit your time frame, and rates vary according to request.
Hourly rate: $85
Session cancellation: 24 hours notice required
First session is FREE
I helped a woman regain the ability to walk downstairs. This was a huge accomplishment and empowered her to live life in a way that she thought she couldn’t regain.