Brayden is originally from Brandon, Manitoba, where he grew up playing hockey and various other sports. It was through the preparation for elite level hockey he developed an interest in sport science, where it eventually led him to the University of Manitoba, where he graduated from the Athletic Therapy program in May of 2016. Throughout his 3 years in the program, he was the assistant and head athletic therapist certification candidate with the Bisons Mens Hockey team. In his fourth year of studies, he capitalized on an opportunity to further his skills in Strength and Conditioning, beginning an internship with the Bison Strength and Conditioning program. This internship lead to a part time summer position, which eventually helped him attain a position at Richard Burr Fitness in August of 2016. Since then, Brayden has had the opportunity to train elite level athletes, including AHL, WHL and MJHL level hockey players. Brayden is also a Certified Athletic Therapist with the tools to correctly and intelligently diagnose, correct and rehabilitate any musculoskeletal injury. Brayden is also involved with the Winnipeg Jets organization, assisting in game day therapy for injured players, under the Jets training and medical staff.
Bachelor of Kinesiology- Athletic Therapy- University of Manitoba
CAT(C), NCCP Level 1- Olympic Weightlifting