Our New Chief SFG Instructor: Brett Jones

Ladies and gentlemen, I am proud to announce our new Chief SFG Instructor—Brett Jones!

StrongFirst has lots of irons in the fire. I am writing new curricula for military and law enforcement, researching and developing alactic+aerobic kettlebell protocols (the cutting edge of endurance and work capacity today), refining Plan Strong and writing new books. This does not leave me enough time to devote to polishing the chrome of the SFG. I want to thank Brett for taking on this mission critical position.

No one is more qualified to be the Chief SFG Instructor than Brett Jones.

Brett Jones StrongFirst

He has the deepest grasp of our training system, an encyclopedic knowledge of the human body, and exceptional communication skills. A friend and colleague who has been with me since the very beginning, Brett has my unconditional trust.

My title at StrongFirst remains Chairman and Director. Adding Brett to HQ has just made us all stronger.

More power to us all!


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Pavel Tsatsouline
Pavel Tsatsouline is the Chairman of StrongFirst, Inc.

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