HI, I’M Bruno Guevremont

I SPENT 15 YEARS WITH THE ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY,
serving two tours in Afghanistan. I was trained as a Weapons Specialist, Paratrooper, Navy Diver, and spent a good portion of my military career as a member of a Canadian Counter Improvised Explosive Disposal Team.

I am also the only member of the Canadian Forces to ever dismantle an explosive vest off a live suicide bomber.

UPSIDE DOWN.
Just joking about that last part. Moving on…

After returning home from my second tour in Afghanistan, I couldn’t function like a normal member of society. I was on high alert at all times, uncomfortable around others, and spiraling in the depths of my own mind.

I remember staring at my nightstand, and wishing there was a handgun inside to stop the pain. And then I’d get out of bed, get dressed and head out. This is how I started my day. I’d drive to the base and dream of crashing my car into the big rock face that I passed on the way. There were car crash casualties there all the time, so nobody would know I did it on purpose. My family would get the insurance money and this constant pain would end.

Around this same time, I was diagnosed with PTSD and medically released from the Canadian Armed Forces. I could’ve believed I was broken and gave up right there, but then I would think of my little guy growing up without a dad.

THANK GOD FOR MY LITTLE GUY.
IF IT WEREN’T FOR HIM, I WOULDN’T BE HERE TODAY HELPING OTHERS.

I WENT ON A QUEST, A ONE MAN MISSION TO FIND A CURE.

This wasn’t about me anymore. It was all for my little guy. I forced myself to find ways to recover.
But the first step was taking responsibility and accepting that I signed up for this. I was a warrior.

I dropped my ego and asked for help.
I chased my passions and opened my own gym.
I completed an expedition to the North Pole.
I led Team Canada in the 2016 Invictus Games.
I stepped back into the roles I was meant for – survivor, warrior, leader.
I became a voice for my brothers and sisters who serve.

I WENT ON A QUEST, A ONE MAN MISSION TO FIND A CURE.

This wasn’t about me anymore. It was all for my little guy. I forced myself to find ways to recover. But the first step was taking responsibility and accepting that I signed up for this. I was a warrior.

I dropped my ego and asked for help.
I chased my passions and opened my own gym.
I completed an expedition in the North Pole.
I led Team Canada in the Invictus Games.
I stepped back into the roles I was meant for – survivor, warrior, leader.
I became a voice for my brothers and sisters who serve.

Today, I’m building a community, bringing those who serve together to conquer PTSD. I’m also fortunate to be able to help thousands of people transform their lives and businesses – from CEOs and influencers to athletes and celebrities (not to mention, some of the biggest veterans and charity organizations in Canada).

WHETHER YOU ARE A SERVICE MEMBER LOOKING TO RECLAIM YOUR WARRIOR SPIRIT, OR
A BUSINESS LOOKING TO BOOST PERFORMANCE, FEEL FREE TO REACH OUT.