Inaugural Brawn Games to be held at the Ministry of Sound

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Brawn, the only connected community lifting app designed for lifters and strength trainers within a gym facility, will be hosting the inaugural Brawn Games, an exclusive high-energy event on the 13th of September 2023 at the iconic Ministry of Sound. 

The Brawn Games promises to be a must-attend experience for those interested in strength training and will provide the opportunity to bring the Brawn community to life.  It will be open to Brawn partner gyms and their members to join the specifically curated strength challenges, culminating in teams of Personal Trainers and Athletes to take part in a dedicated challenge

In addition to the Brawn Games, a celebration of best in class industry recognition will take place in the form of the Brawn Awards. Applications for the five awards will be free of charge, to ensure recognition is given to those that truly deserve it.  

Brawn hosted their launch event in 2022, at the same venue due to the partnership with the Ministry of Fitness. This partnership has once again been affirmed, with the Ministry of Fitness, the first venue in London to deliver Brawn to its members. 

The event saw leading London gym brands attend, which paved the way for a flurry of London clubs to implement Brawn in 2022. As well as globally recognised sponsors participating, which catapulted Brawn into the fitness space.

Kate Corfield from Ministry Fitness says We are so excited to be working with Brawn again. Their progress has been huge, and we have gone from supporting their launch to supporting an industry first, strength event that promises to be amazing given the surroundings of the Ministry of Sound.

Qualifying for the Brawn Games will open on the 26th of June 2023 for five weeks. Those successful will be invited to the event on the 13th September. 

Sohail Rashid, Brawn CEO and Founder saysI loved the Ministry of Sound growing up. Now Brawn will be bringing the gym industry elite to the venue to compete in a variety of strength challenges, as well as a fair and transparent awards ceremony. I am super excited by the format, and it just shows how far we have come in such a short time.

To find out more please visit the BRAWN GAMES