About Revival Strength > Brianna Lamb
Brianna Lamb is a two time CrossFit Games Regionals Affiliate Competitor and former NCAA All-Conference Division 1 Rower. Brianna grew up in Marin County and began her athletic journey at a young age, playing basketball and swimming at a national level. She started rowing for Marin Rowing Association her junior year of high school and earned a full ride scholarship to row for the University of San Diego. She was an All-Conference Varsity 8+ rower for all four years, earning 3 Conference Championship titles and the first berth in NCAA Championships in school history, where they took 15th place in the nation. Brianna took 8th place in the NorCal Region of the 2017 CrossFit Open and competed in the Affiliate Division of the CrossFit Games Regionals in 2016 and 2017.
Through Brianna’s competitive journey, she developed a passion for supporting others in reaching their goals both in and out of the gym. In 2014, upon graduating from the USD, she began personal training and coaching group fitness classes at TJ’s Gym. In 2015, Brianna moved to Honolulu to compete for CrossFit 808. During this time, she expanded her own remote coaching business which included life coaching, nutritional guidance and program design. She is currently enrolled in the OPEX Coaches Certification Program and continues to coach both remotely and on-site at Revival Strength.
The accountability that Bri provides is gentle and extremely effective. Her coaching style is exactly what I needed to experience these first couple waves of success. Bri has inspired me to take action every day and make decisions that support my overall well being. I've noticed a measurable difference in the way my body feels, the way I look and the way I show up for life. I have much more energy today and I feel stronger mentally and physically. Her help has made a fundamental difference in my life thus far, and I could not be more grateful her. It's only been a month and I am already feeling better than ever! - Christine
At the beginning of the year, the heaviest kettlebell I would use to do swings was 70lbs. By the end of the year I was doing swings with a 110lb KB for 20 swings unbroken. My range of motion in an air squat has gotten much better. Last but not least, I am more comfortable in cooking my own food. - Graham
Over the course of the last year, while working with Brianna, I’ve learned to trust my body...I’ve developed an understanding of how my body responds to different exercises and based on that, I can make small adjustment to my training that will allow my body to respond best. My last year working with Brianna has been more than just workouts and programing, it’s been an exploration of how my body works and responds to different stimuli.