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 E5 years ago

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

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Carol P.
Carol P5 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.

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Carmen S.
Carmen S5 years ago

thanks for this

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Jacquie J.
Jacquie J5 years ago

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

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Joe R.
Joe R5 years ago

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

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Sarah M.
Sarah M5 years ago

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

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g d c5 years ago

still need the time
and permissions from property/space owners

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Rebecca S.
Rebecca S5 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.

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Douglas S.
Douglas S5 years ago

Hmmm

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Kathy K.
Kathy K5 years ago

Interesting. Thanks.

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