Wolf Brigade Gym offers physical and mental preparedness to those for whom fitness is a necessity, and for whom it is a hobby.

  • We use many tools and varied approaches to achieve your diverse fitness goals and needs.
  • Effort, attention, humility, and intensity are expected of all.
  • Commitment, attention, direction, and care are given to all.
  • Results may come quickly, but not with ease.
  • Your goals are attainable, provided your mind has the resilience to see them through.

Build Yourself

Move more, Move faster, get stronger.
Eat, rest, recover, repeat.

Simply put, we want to empower your physicality. We will show you many effective ways to:

  • Move your bodyweight safe and fast.
  • Get your ass off the ground.
  • Lift heavy shit!

At Wolf Brigade, in our version of fitness, these three components are organic to one another. One is not more important than another. One aspect, without the others leads to incomplete training.

We want to be as efficient, learned, and technical as we can in performing all tasks relating to these objectives.

Prepare Yourself

Is it better to learn to swim or fear the water?

Preparedness is not paranoia. Specificity and direction are not “mind control.” (Though both of those statements do have Orwellian qualities…). Bad things do happen. And good things (thankfully) do happen more often. Our outlook on training, and the mindset of a culture based on both physical and mental preparedness is:


If that strikes you as paranoid, overbearing, or controlling, you have likely never been on the receiving end of “bad” (or have convinced yourself that “bad” doesn’t really happen.) If that sounds like too much thought, effort, and seriousness to put into “working out,” then we’ll just have to agree to disagree. As you glide effortlessly through your next “45 minutes of cardio”, consider this: If the shit hit the fan, would your current physical skill-set allow you to survive? Would your mental composure even last long enough for you to find out?

Discontent is the first step in the progress of a man or a nation ~ Oscar Wilde.

There are far more “sheep” than “wolves” in this world, and many seem to ignore or forget that they have a choice in the matter.

The shift from “prey” to “predator” can be as simple as gaining awareness and adjusting a mindset; not quite so simple is developing the confidence, tools, and tenacity to walk right through each and every trial life throws at you.

Once you choose your path, we can help.