We had the good fortune of connecting with Brian Tabor and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Brian, is your business focused on helping the community? If so, how?
When I started Strong Made Simple my initial goal was to help people discover the confidence and resilience that I had experienced through strength training and staying active. Overtime that has evolved so that Strong Made Simple helps people to become confident and resilient not just through physical activity, but through the support of our community and the people we serve.
In addition to coaching, the clients I train are regularly connecting outside of the gym to stay active together and support each other. This connection helps everyone achieve more by fostering greater consistency and making things more enjoyable.
Throughout the pandemic, we’ve continued to encourage social connections even though our sessions were done by Zoom.
This past year it’s been my goal to spread this support throughout the San Diego community, by offering free 30 day home workout programs to those that support Feeding San Diego. As things open, I’m hopeful we can build on this to provide other in person options to continue supporting our local charities, communities, and businesses.
What should our readers know about your business?
Strong Made Simple provides personal training to enhance each individuals lifestyle. I like to say I help people get stronger so that we can all do more of what’s important to us and have more fun together.
I always strive to meet people where they are at in their fitness journey with reasonable actions to support consistency and sustainable results. I’m proudest when clients realize that they are empowered to get stronger and achieve their goals through their own consistent practice.
Along the way I’ve learned that people make sustainable progress when they are empowered to choose their own path, create positive connections with others along the way, and scale the journey down to small successful steps.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
If I were entertaining a visiting friend for a week, I’d make sure we made time to do as much as possible outdoors surfing, hiking, and enjoying the sun. I’d take them on a tour of taquerias, beer tasting rooms, and dive bars.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
Shout out to my client and friend, Andrew Motiwalla, who has always encouraged me to look beyond the sets and reps of fitness so that I can do more and grow my business.