Education & Experience
Grant has been heavily involved and dedicated to the fitness industry for the last 7 years. This includes working with clients as well his own personal development within strength training and various ports. Grant is a third generation powerlifter and his family has been involved in the sport for decades. Powerlifting and bodybuilding as a young insecure kid have helped Grant develop a love for helping people grow, learn the value of discipline, and reach their full potential in life.
“I have been beyond blessed to have worked alongside and learned from some of the best in the industry. It has turned into a deep understanding of the power of movement and physical fitness. No matter what level of fitness, I don’t feel as if there is someone I can't help.”
Grant has coached an array of people, ranging in age from 12 to 78 and from inexperienced to advanced. His favorite accomplishments as a coach include helping a woman lose 180 pounds, helping an older gentleman gain his abilities to go back out and live life with his wife again and coaching a state placing high school wrestler. Grant has also coached multiple athletes to over 500 pound deadlifts and holds elite numbers in powerlifting himself.
Get to know Grant
Q: What has been the most important part of getting where you are?
A: The most important part for me has been my own personal journey with fitness. The trial and error of learning and being my own personal trainer has made me an even better trainer for my clients. They get to learn from my mistakes and avoid making the same ones I did.
I think it is important to help others and am always willing to help someone for free when needed. I also always seek out working with people that are better than me in order to better myself.
Q: How do you spend your time when you’re not at the gym?
A: I enjoy spending time outdoors with my wife and dog, tinkering in the garage, and going to ride motocross with friends.
Q: Favorite car?
A: Growing up I watched the Dukes of Hazzard, so if I could pick any car in the world it would be a 1969 Dodge Charger.