Brett Unglaub

Premier Trainer

Phone: 414.427.6500
Email: [email protected]

Completed 5 semesters towards a B.B.A for Finance
Completed 3 semesters towards an Exercise Science degree
Graduated from Army Basic Training in Fort Benning. Georgia
Graduated from Army Field Artillery School in Fort Sill, Oklahoma


4 years as a Forward Observer in the U.S. Army
Completed Army XCTC Training in Camp Grayling, Michigan
Varsity baseball player in high school
Played competitive and recreational basketball for 15 years

ISSA Certified Personal Trainer
First Aid
Group Training (in progress)
Professional Bodybuilding (in progress)

Muscle gain
Fat loss
Sport specific training
Strength training
General health and fitness

Spending time with my beautiful wife and little boy and baby girl. Playing with my dog, Luna. Religiously watching football, baseball, and basketball. Playing video games: Call of Duty, Fortnite,  and NBA 2K. Winning fantasy football. Watching my 3 favorite TV shows: The Office, Spongebob, and Family Guy. Occasionally go on golf outings with my friends. Travel and visit family in Washington state.

Ever since I can remember, physical activity has been my life. I grew up watching and playing football, baseball, and basketball since the age of 3. Sports had been everything to me, and as a lot of kids usually do, I had a dream of playing in the MLB. That obviously did not end up happening, but the things I have learned throughout my athletic career, as well as my career in the Army, have really taught me that you get out what you put in.
That really goes with anything in life. If you put in half the effort needed in order to succeed, you're going to get half the results, and end up being disappointed. Growing up as the skinniest kid in school, combined with being a vegetarian even to this day, it was always an uphill battle to put on weight, especially muscle. I know firsthand that it can be frustrating to not see that scale move up or down, or to not be satisfied with how the person in the mirror looks. That is where the determination to make a change comes in. With consistency, proper training, a diet tailored to your goals, and the determination to become a little more proud of yourself every day, you will see change. It won't happen overnight, but as the days, weeks, and months go by–there isn't anything to stop you. Keep your head down, keep moving forward, keep grinding and never stop improving.