We asked him what his goals were and what he was looking to get out of IVB. Brad said he wants to learn as much as possible and take each day as an opportunity to get better and challenge himself. Brad has been helping out as an intern here at the gym for the last month now. He has committed himself to his words tenfold. “The amount of knowledge I’ve acquired by being around these people everyday is astounding. I’m not only learning the iron game better but I’m also learning how to conduct myself in business and how operating a gym works from the inside out.” We asked Brad what he thought about Indy outside of the gym now that he’s been around enough and he instantly replied with, “People in Indy suck at driving.” But on a serious note, he said he loves the city, the people out everyday doing things and the food places are much better in Indiana. It’s definitely the biggest change I’ve made in life thus far, but I’m beyond happy that I made the move. IVB is happy to have you Brad. #1Love
“About 2 months ago the decision was made; I’m coming to Iron Valley Barbell for Power Jams and I’m not making the return trip back home to Utah, I’m going to stay in Indianapolis.” This is one of Iron Valley’s newest members and intern, Brad Munford. Brad is from Salt Lake City, Utah, roughly a 23 hour car ride to Indy. Which is pretty accurate because thats exactly how Brad traveled to Indy. When asked why move so far away to Indy without knowing anyone, without having a job lined up or even a place to live, Brad just said he needed a change in life and he knew he would figure the rest out. He knew he wanted to get out of Utah for a while now but wasn’t 100% sure where he wanted to go until he found Zach Homol (@Zachhomolpower) on social media and saw Iron Valley Barbell.
“The way people operate and work, the intensity that’s brought everyday, the positive attitude and knowledge level from everyone in the place attracted me and I knew this would make the whole move worth it.”