Adam Quincy Bramski

June 10, 1988October 27, 2020

Adam Quincy Bramski was born on June 10, 1988 and passed away on October 27, 2020 in Bel Air, Maryland and is under the care of Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home.

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Jeffrey K

November 20, 2020

A beautiful soul
A constant source of positivity
A light for us to carry on

Hope Cueva

November 5, 2020

Chicago was the day I got to hug you. The last time I saw you was Austin. I got to hug you then. I will always hold those hugs close. I miss you.

Sharon Langenfelder

November 3, 2020

I personally never met Adam but know his Mother and Sister. About a month ago he posted a video that moved me to tears. What an inspiration to others. I know he is shining bright and will continue to make a difference in many peoples lives. Rest In Peace. #Adamstrong

David "Spitz" Spitzberg

November 3, 2020

Adam was my BodyAttack online AIM coach. We had a total of three zoom calls as a class. He gave me some great feedback on my first track I submitted. Like many have shared already, he made you feel like you could do more than you thought. I was particularly grateful for how quickly he created the sense of community through zoom. We were a bunch of strangers, yet the way he lead our calls made me feel like I was with my family. His intentional questions, strong leadership, and obvious care for us spurred the group to bonding very quickly.

I am so sad to have him leave this earth but am so grateful for the opportunity I had to meet him.

Thank you Adam for your lasting impact on my life.

Shana Masengill

November 3, 2020

I “knew” Adam for 2 hours on a Zoom call and 3-4 text messages. One would think that it wasn’t enough time to get to know someone. But I feel like I met and experienced the most positive, inspired, caring, generous and peaceful soul I have ever known! Selfishly, I wish I had an even deeper connection with him like so many of you did, but the short time I had with him filled me with SO much, that it will last a lifetime. I am deeply sorry for your loss and pray Gods abundant grace and mercy on your family as you mourn and remember Adam today. I am forever marked and different because of him.

pAmela.j Lloyd

November 3, 2020

RiP Adam B. ☀️🌈⚡️ #godwinks #churrodonut #adambstrong #letsdoTHiS

Suzanne Thomas

November 2, 2020

Adam was my trainer for my initial BP certification back in 2014. I traveled from NY to DC and my entire life was transformed. Before that weekend I was quiet, had big dreams but zero confidence. Adam sat with me before I presented the squat track of BP88 and told me to use my voice, that I had a story to tell and his belief in me propelled me to present the most electric squat track that he told me he had ever experienced (whether it was true or not - boy did that help my confidence)! When it came time for my video submission, I almost chickened out but Adam privately messaged me and told me to send it in, that I was meant for this, that my voice was meant to be heard.

A few years later I found Adam at the LIVE in Chicago and took both Grit and attack with him. After Grit I made sure to say hi and he hugged me big, introduced me to Nikki and his other grit coaches as the girl with the most electrifying squat track ever (I guess it was pretty good ☺️) and told me how grateful he was that I had came by to say hi!

Now, in 2020 - I am certified in BP and Grit, and am now a corporate trainer for my day job - presenting to groups of up to 50-250 people (currently virtually) - something I would NEVER have had the confidence or guts to do if it wasn’t for Adams words of encouragement during my initial training.

When I was in jr high school my brother attempted suicide. I walked in and saw him trying to hang himself. I stopped him. When Adam shared his story with the world I reached out to him to thank him for being so brave and sharing his story. This was 4 weeks ago, and the last time we spoke.

My heart breaks for his sister and nieces and the rest of his family and close friends, and of course the LM community who is hurting so much right now.

As a way to commemorate his life, I’ve reached out to the Trevor Project to become a volunteer. I will also be asking friends and family to donate for my birthday.

I am so grateful for having met Adam ❤️

Laura Hepp

November 2, 2020

I met Adam at a two-day advanced training with Les Mills in 2019...and goodness, I've thought about that weekend nearly every single day since then. My confidence was at an all-time low after going through some difficult personal circumstances a few months prior, and through this short but incredibly meaningful training, Adam helped me find a way to overcome the trauma and regain my strength and confidence in a way that only he could. I could tell he saw so much more in me than I ever could -- he didn't see the brokenness I felt, he only saw resilience and potential. I remember him repeating the limiting beliefs I had rattled off about myself...and providing a counterargument to each and every one. I hold on to them to keep me going through the good times and the bad. It sounds crazy to say that a person could change your entire life in one short weekend, but for all those who knew Adam, you know this is more than possible. Praying for all of his friends and family -- and praying his impact lives on for generations to come.

Cindu Thomas-George

November 2, 2020

My deepest condolences to Adam's family. I spent several Friday mornings over the last few years in Body Attack classes with Adam and he was such an inspiration to me and so many. His energy, sincerity, and loving personality was rare and I feel so lucky to have known him. His loss is a tragedy and he will be so missed. My thoughts are with all of his close friends and family.

Debby Copeletti

November 1, 2020

I can’t remember when I first met Adam. I think it was a Les Mills Q (quarterly) at the “big house” - Golds Gym, Poughkeepsie, NY. He was so inspiring! When I joined FB we were friends there and he always responded to my “posts” & “likes”. Always loved seeing him on my BodyAttack training was like seeing a friend! He was so positive, real in his role with LM...I’ll miss him dearly...