Co owner/Head Coach & Super Dad Brandon Thomas    Brandon is an Austin native. He attended Texas State University where he played basketball and earned bachelor of science in Exercise Sports Science. After graduating Brandon spent the next three years traveling the world playing professional basketball experiencing global wellness trends in India, Japan, Switzerland, and Finland. Upon return to the states, Brandon channeled his knowledge into personal training and found his new passion. He fell in love with helping his clients achieve their goals, and came to regard them as his family.    One session with Brandon will highlight why he is one of Austin’s most sought after coaches. His infectious personality and love for each and every person he comes into contact with have him going above and beyond to make sure everyone is set up for success.     What you might not know?    When Brandon is not working, he can be found on the basketball court training the youth in the area through Beast Hoops, a basketball skill and development program he developed in 2014..     When the gym lights are off and basketballs aren’t bouncing, Brandon is spending time with his wife (co-owner Jessica), two-year old son Grayson, and their two dogs, Campbell and Clover. Together, they hike, swim, tearing up the playground, take family walks... you can always find them living the lifestyle they swear (and Sweat) by.

Co owner/Head Coach & Super Dad Brandon Thomas

Brandon is an Austin native. He attended Texas State University where he played basketball and earned bachelor of science in Exercise Sports Science. After graduating Brandon spent the next three years traveling the world playing professional basketball experiencing global wellness trends in India, Japan, Switzerland, and Finland. Upon return to the states, Brandon channeled his knowledge into personal training and found his new passion. He fell in love with helping his clients achieve their goals, and came to regard them as his family.

One session with Brandon will highlight why he is one of Austin’s most sought after coaches. His infectious personality and love for each and every person he comes into contact with have him going above and beyond to make sure everyone is set up for success.

What you might not know?

When Brandon is not working, he can be found on the basketball court training the youth in the area through Beast Hoops, a basketball skill and development program he developed in 2014..

When the gym lights are off and basketballs aren’t bouncing, Brandon is spending time with his wife (co-owner Jessica), two-year old son Grayson, and their two dogs, Campbell and Clover. Together, they hike, swim, tearing up the playground, take family walks... you can always find them living the lifestyle they swear (and Sweat) by.

 
Co-Owner/Coach & Super Mom Jessica Thomas     Jessica grew up in the small town of Raymond, Mississippi and attended the University of Tennessee… GO VOLS where she received her B.A. in Advertising. Upon graduation, Jessica moved around the country working in pharmaceutical and tech until she settled here in Austin with her husband where she made a gutsy career change into fitness. After managing a small boutique studio in Austin for almost two years, Jess and Brandon have finally decided it was time to take another risk and open their own space.    What you might not know?     Jessica’s fitness journey has been a long and hard one. Jessica had struggled with her weight/health since she was young. She was always active in high school playing softball and cheerleading, but college life took its toll. During her senior year she began to get active again and was in her best shape yet by graduation. Her motivation to stay fit yoyo’d through her 20s while she struggled to find a good professional and social balance. She became very unhappy in her pharma career and knew she wanted to work in fitness, but was too scared to make the leap. After having their son, Grayson, and dealing with depression, she decided it was time to make a change both personally and professionally so she accepted a job managing a fitness studio in downtown ATX and fell in love with fitness all over again. Balancing working, being a mom and wife, and personal health is not easy… it takes an immense amount of dedication to feel like you’re truly devoting enough time to each aspect of your life (if that’s even possible). After making the career change, she finally hit her stride. Now at 30 years old, with a toddler, she is truly at her fittest and happiest. She found her passion in keeping her mind healthy by honoring her body and she strives everyday to help others find the same joy even if it’s just for an hour a day!

Co-Owner/Coach & Super Mom Jessica Thomas

Jessica grew up in the small town of Raymond, Mississippi and attended the University of Tennessee… GO VOLS where she received her B.A. in Advertising. Upon graduation, Jessica moved around the country working in pharmaceutical and tech until she settled here in Austin with her husband where she made a gutsy career change into fitness. After managing a small boutique studio in Austin for almost two years, Jess and Brandon have finally decided it was time to take another risk and open their own space.

What you might not know?

Jessica’s fitness journey has been a long and hard one. Jessica had struggled with her weight/health since she was young. She was always active in high school playing softball and cheerleading, but college life took its toll. During her senior year she began to get active again and was in her best shape yet by graduation. Her motivation to stay fit yoyo’d through her 20s while she struggled to find a good professional and social balance. She became very unhappy in her pharma career and knew she wanted to work in fitness, but was too scared to make the leap. After having their son, Grayson, and dealing with depression, she decided it was time to make a change both personally and professionally so she accepted a job managing a fitness studio in downtown ATX and fell in love with fitness all over again. Balancing working, being a mom and wife, and personal health is not easy… it takes an immense amount of dedication to feel like you’re truly devoting enough time to each aspect of your life (if that’s even possible). After making the career change, she finally hit her stride. Now at 30 years old, with a toddler, she is truly at her fittest and happiest. She found her passion in keeping her mind healthy by honoring her body and she strives everyday to help others find the same joy even if it’s just for an hour a day!