Resolved to Get in Shape? Go “Old School”

Personal trainer Grant Hill doesn’t need a gym or fancy equipment to get his clients in shape. Hill trains his clients in parking lots, stairwells and open fields, with unconventional equipment like his “65-pound octagon of death.”

Resolved to Get in Shape? Go "Old School"
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35 comments

Lori E.
Lori E.4 years ago

Very cool. I work right down the street form those stairs. I'll have to look him up now :)

Carol P.
Carol P.4 years ago

Though not spending money is a great idea, I still think that the most successful exercise plan is one that includes something that you enjoy.

Carmen S.
Carmen S.4 years ago

thanks for this

Jacquie J.
Jacquie J.4 years ago

You can be your own personal trainer it just costs you willpower

Joe R.
Joe R.4 years ago

Let's see ... it's January in Minnesota ...

Sarah M.
Sarah M.4 years ago

Who doesn't wish they could afford a personal trainer???

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g d c.4 years ago

still need the time
and permissions from property/space owners

Rebecca S.
Rebecca S.4 years ago

just get on the ground and do some push ups or crunches. Personal trainers are simple a luxery, they're not necessary to get in shape.

Douglas S.
Douglas S.4 years ago

Hmmm

Kathy K.
Kathy K.4 years ago

Interesting. Thanks.