Braydon is the owner and CEO of Barrett Fitness, LLC and Look Like You Lift.
He is a highly experienced and qualified coach with over 10 years in the industry. He has had the opportunity to work with some of the best strength coaches in the field and has gained a wealth of knowledge in the areas of biochemistry, biomechanics, anatomy, strength and performance, and nutrition.
With a deep understanding of the science behind achieving optimal fitness results, Braydon has successfully helped hundreds of clients from around the world achieve permanent results. His dedication to delivering personalized and effective training programs has made him a trusted resource for those looking to improve their overall health and performance.
Braydon is committed to staying up-to-date on the latest research and techniques in the fitness industry, and is always striving to provide the best possible service to his clients. If you're ready to take your fitness to the next level, Braydon is the coach you can trust to help you achieve your goals.
James Marshall is the COO and Head Coach of Look Like You Lift. He has been a strength coach for over 5 years and has specialized in helping men get stronger through simple barbell training.
He majored in Psychology at Kalamazoo College and held multiple internships at D1 strength & conditioning facilities and high level sports performance companies. He is in the process of becoming a certified Professional Barbell Coach through Barbell Logic to enhance his coaching and technique expertise.
His aim has always been to simplify strength and nutrition through barbell training and the importance of eating REAL food (and donuts).
Bethany is one of the LLYL Coaches, and specializes in women looking to get stronger.
She started out in the gym doing crazy amounts of cardio and random workouts and feeling like her workouts were punishment for eating “bad” food. This only left her feeling defeated and seeing no results.
Then after working with a coach, she decided to give focused strength training a try and that’s when a light went off. She started feeling strong and seeing food as fuel for her next lifts. She began noticing how her body was feeling (and looking) better than it ever had. She became truly passionate about strength training and it didn’t take long to decide that she wanted to become a trainer and share this passion with others. She have been training clients in-person and online since 2020 and her clients have genuinely loved every minute of it.
She first discovered LLYL on social media and immediately knew she wanted part of this program. Her favorite part about the LLYL approach is that it takes you back to the basics. Fitness doesn’t have to be complicated. That doesn’t mean it’s easy, but it can be simplified for greater success and adherence in order to achieve your goals.
Connor Julian is one of the coaches here with LLYL, as well as a gym owner in Nashville. He has been a coach now for about 7 years, training all types of people, from competitive weightlifters to people simply trying to lose weight.
He has competed in various things - from bodybuilding shows to athletic competitions. His passion is working with all individuals looking to accomplish their goals; as well as helping people understand that engaging in a healthier lifestyle can ultimately change your life.
He strongly believes that everyone is capable of change, but ultimately it's up to the individual to make the decision. One of his all time favorite quotes is, "Willing is not enough, we must do” - Bruce Lee.
LLYL strives to be honest in all its interactions, with clients and employees. It's crucial that coaches and clients have both a bond and trust in order to solve problems and come up with productive solutions.
LLYL employees strive for empathy with one another and with clients. Our clients are working professionals who live stressful lives. It is our duty to remain empathetic with our clients, and to help them discover sustainable solutions.
LLYL will be the cornerstone of the Fitness Industry by educating and challenging individuals to be their best selves. The direct and honest approach is done to support the client, and is always with their best interest at heart.