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MEET THE FULL POTENTIAL OF THE ATHLETE YOU WERE BORN TO BE

GRID TRAINING

A WEEKLY ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM

FOCUSED ON DEVELOPING YOUR NATURAL STRENGTHS AS AN ATHLETE

Perfect for you if:

➡️  You’ve been impressed by GRID players and want to develop similar skills

➡️  You feel like you’ve been battling your body type or natural skill sets in training or competition

➡️  You want to see how far you can take your favorite skills

➡️  You need to mix things up and try a different approach to training

➡️  You want to perform well on the GRID or make a team 

A WEEKLY ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM

FOCUSED ON DEVELOPING YOUR NATURAL STRENGTHS AS AN ATHLETE

Perfect for you if:

➡️  You’ve been impressed by GRID players and want to develop similar skills

➡️  You feel like you’ve been battling your body type or natural skill sets in training

➡️  You want to see how far you can take your favorite skills

➡️  You need to mix things up and try a different approach to training

➡️  You want to perform well on the GRID or make a team

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3 POSSIBLE TRACKS

The three primary “positions” in the sport of GRID are Strength Specialist, Bodyweight Specialist, and Utility Player. We have a track for each.

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EXPERT COACHES

Our staff is not only highly educated and experienced coaching and programming general fitness training, they have years of experience playing GRID.

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TECHNOLOGY

Our programming distribution and communication will take place on an industry-standard technology platform that can be accessed via phone or computer.

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COMMUNITY

Our membership comes with inclusion into our closed GRID training Facebook group with access to coaches to ask questions or request movement critiques.

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OPPORTUNITY

Whether your goal is to experiment, try something new, or to hone your skills to make a team someday… this program will create connections that will lead to advantages in any objective related to the sport of GRID.

YOUR COACHES

STRENGTH SPECIALIST TRACK

TAYLAR STALLINGS

Taylar is head coach and strength specialist player for the Orlando Aces. She’s been operating her remote coaching program “Taylar Made Me Do It” for years.

  • 10-time Powerlifting World Record Holder
  • US National Champion Olympic Weightlifter
  • CrossFit Regionals Competitor
  • NPGL MVP – 2014

 

BODYWEIGHT SPECIALIST TRACK

PAULA LEYES

Paula is a veteran bodyweight specialist for the Miami Freaks. Hailing from Argentina, she’s an industry-leading CrossFit coach at two of Miami’s most prominent gyms in ZOOM Fitness and GainzFit Miami.

  • 2019 Florida Grid League MVP
  • First female to perform the butterfly muscle up in FGL competition
  • Exatlón Estados Unidos 4 Competitor

 

UTILITY PLAYER TRACK

ADAM MUIR

Adam is head coach and player for the Gainesville Wild (former Steel). He’s also the owner and head coach of one of Gainesville’s top gyms 352 Fitness and operates Valkyrie Training, a remote fitness program.

  • OPEX certified in program design
  • Owner/Coach/Player for Gainesville Wild

 

THE FOUNDING 50

FOUNDING 50 – DISCOUNT AND GUARANTEE

As the first signups to the program, you’ll receive an exclusive discount that will never be seen again.

✅  Retain this discount for 6 months of premium GRID training

✅  Cancel anytime for any reason

✅  100% money-back guarantee within the first 30 days (no questions asked)

✅  For the first 50 signups ONLY. Don’t miss this opportunity.

***Your program will begin within 45 days of your signup***

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You will be able to choose multiple tracks in the future if you like

FAQ

WHO IS GRID TRAINING FOR?

Athletes that want to try a new form of training that may be better suited to their body type, natural skillsets, training situation, or competitive goals.

They may feel bored or uninspired in their current form of training. They may want to have more fun training and focus on elements they enjoy. They may want to see how far they can go in developing their natural strengths. They may (but not necessarily) aspire to play on a high-level GRID team someday.

WHO IS GRID TRAINING NOT FOR?

Athletes that would like to primarily focus on long-duration metcons or cardio sessions. These types of workouts are not near as common in GRID training.

Athletes who have not yet learned the basics (including proper form) of the movements they would like to focus on. For a strength specialist, this means Olympic lifts, power lifts, and ideally some kettlebell basics. For bodyweight specialists this means muscle ups, toes to bar, hand stand pushups and the like. Utility players would be a combination of both. Keep in mind, you don’t need to be proficient at all of the movements within your genre, and you can avoid movements that aren’t ideal for you, but we recommend a solid foundation in experience and awareness. For most, this means at least a year or two of training experience. 

HOW DOES GRID TRAINING DIFFER FROM TRADITIONAL FUNCTIONAL FITNESS TRAINING?

These forms of fitness tend to focus on all dimensions of fitness and push the athlete toward being well rounded. This means an athlete must focus on their weaknesses to raise them to the level that keeps them from hindering overall performance and making them competitive.

GRID is focused on general skillsets and is not as concerned with overall well-roundedness in terms of fitness. Utility players are well rounded, however, a specific weakness does not limit them and there is still less focus on longer time domains with more emphasis on the sprint or 100% effort.

DOES THIS MEAN YOU TOTALLY ABANDON WORKING ON YOUR WEAKNESSES?

That depends on who you are as an athlete and your goals. Just like a competitive weightlifter or an offensive linemen is less likely to incorporate pull-ups into their program, certain movements or types of workouts may not fit into the ideal specific program for an individual. That said, a utility player in GRID is still very well rounded. It just depends on your body type, your natural skillsets, and where you want to go as an athlete.

BUT, ISN'T IT IMPORTANT TO WORK ON YOUR WEAKNESSES?

For most team sports players in the world? No.

For a functional fitness athlete? Yes. There is nothing wrong with that. In any other sport, an athlete finds the skills they naturally possess that best contribute to a team’s performance (or sport in general) and develop them. GRID is not a fitness regimen, it is a team sport. This program is about training FOR GRID, it is not GRID itself.

WHAT IF I DON'T THINK I AM GOOD ENOUGH TO PLAY ON A TEAM?

There are two options for this:

1. Maybe you are selling yourself short. This is particularly true if you are basing this assumption on performance in other sports as GRID allows a very different set of skills to excel. Some of the best GRID players in the world would not be near as competitive in traditional weightlifting, gymnastics, or CrossFit.

2. Just like many people train like an MMA fighter, with no intention to compete at a high level, GRID training may just resonate with you as a better option for you personally to stay motivated and enjoy training.

I enjoy working toward a goal more suited to me. I love CrossFit and will always do some form of it… but as far as that type of competition goes, I know what my limitations are and many are out of my control. With GRID, I can focus on the abilities I have that I enjoy showcasing and make me the best competitor I can be in my own body.

Bryleigh Hansen

2x CrossFit Regionals Team, Tampa Bay Brigade Utility Player, South Beach Palms Captain

GRID… it’s fun, it’s so energetic, it’s different. It made things fun again. For a long time things were mundane and the grind was kind of getting to me. This brought it back to life for me.

Tyler Ogg

Palm Beach Elite Utility Player

“It’s way more fun to focus on what you’re already good at. Forget the boring bitch work. The family/community aspect of the team bringing people together is awesome.”

Danielle Szpindor

3X CrossFit Games Team Competitor, Palm Beach Breakers Head Coach/Utility Player

“GRID is much more of a sport like football or soccer. It’s more fun then you’ll realize until you play”

Jenn Jones

4X CrossFit Games Individual Competitor, Miami Surge Captain

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THE MINDSET OF JOINING A GRID TEAM

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