About Brian Schwager

Brian L. Schwager is the Founder and Director of client programs and services at the Wellness Movement Center™. Brian created two titles that best describe his work; a Wellness Movement Specialist and a Performance Enhancement Trainer. He has more than 35 years of qualified knowledge and experience. Brian is passionate about his work and is held in high esteem within the health and fitness field as a CHEK Trained Professional Level 1 and has completed his course work as an Integrated Movement Science Level 2 (IMS2). CHEK stands for Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology. In addition, Brian is also a Certified Functional Movement Screen™ Specialist Level 2 (FMS2), and a Selected Functional Movement Assessment™ Specialist, Level 1 (SFMS1). He has owned several fitness businesses, worked and/or subcontracted his expertise in a variety of settings such as Sports Medicine, Chiropractic, Pain Management and Wellness Centers. Contact Form.

What is a Performance Enhancement Trainer?


By: Brian Schwager CTP1, SFMA1, FMSC2 A Performance Enhancement Trainer™ (PET) cultivates a holistic, integrated, and scientific approach to enhancing performance. They treat the body as a whole, not the sum of its parts. Everyone can benefit from performance enhancement,

What is a Performance Enhancement Trainer?2020-06-15T19:21:22+00:00

Does Exercise Boost Immunity?


How exercise promotes wellness By: Brian Schwager, IMS2, FMSC2, SFMA1 & Master Reboundologist The question of whether or not exercise boosts immunity needs to be addressed for those of us who like to push the exercise envelope, especially athletes who

Does Exercise Boost Immunity?2020-05-22T14:24:09+00:00



By: Brian L. Schwager, CTP1, SFMA1, FMSC2 For over half a century, the concept of “wellness” has been increasingly embraced by communities, schools, workplaces and healthcare providers in the United States and abroad, inspiring people to embrace healthier lifestyles. And


Why Ideal Posture is Important – Part 3


Image 1 Now it’s time to explore some corrective exercise strategies and simple ergonomics that will help improve poor posture. Remember that there are several poor posture patterns, as seen in a side view in image 1 and

Why Ideal Posture is Important – Part 32020-01-23T12:56:40+00:00

Why Ideal Posture is Important Part 2


In Part 1 I discussed the difference between ideal and poor posture and how poor posture can create “postural imbalance syndromes”, which can increase a person’s risk for injury. In Part 2 I will shed some light on how poor

Why Ideal Posture is Important Part 22019-11-12T14:11:15+00:00

Why Ideal Posture is Important Part 1


Poor posture is the most overlooked aspect of fitness and if gone unchecked and corrected, it can lead to serious injury. Almost 80% of Americans have experienced back pain at one point or another in their lives. The vast majority

Why Ideal Posture is Important Part 12019-11-12T14:12:19+00:00

The Weakest Muscle in the Body is the Mind!


  The Weakest Muscle in the Body is the Mind.   Enhance Your Emotional Health Rating with Mind Training   A deeper look into the Creative Conscious and Habitual (Subconscious) Mind The creative conscious mind is a part of the

The Weakest Muscle in the Body is the Mind!2019-11-12T14:13:07+00:00