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Brian Doyle, Creator/Founder AXIUS
Brian played for the USA National Rugby team from 2008-2014, acquiring fifteen international caps with eleven starts. After graduating from the University of Rhode Island in 2006, Brian played for the New York Athletic Club and was identified to the national player pool when he suffered a potential career-ending knee injury. After undergoing surgery, he spent many hours in physical therapy, where he discovered the importance of core strength and instability training. Various core-strengthening exercises were integral to Brian’s training regimen as he returned to the international scene, and he experienced a direct correlation between his improved core strength and his on-field performance. However, Brian soon became frustrated with the amount of fitness tools he would need to combine in numerous ways in order to accomplish all of the necessary core-focused exercises, which had become an important part of his program. This is when the idea for AXIUS was born.
Brian spent more than three years developing AXIUS while continuing his rugby career, making his USA Rugby Teammates one of his first focus groups when he brought a prototype on tour. Since his return to the game following his injury, Brian won three National Club Championships with the New York Athletic Club, and was contracted to play professionally for Northern Suburbs in Sydney Australia in 2009, while also touring the globe with the USA National Side. Brian moved to San Diego, California in 2015, where he currently resides, to focus his attention on the development of AXIUS.
Core activation through controlled instability