Editor’s Note: As a soon-to-be father, athlete Ken Battiston reflects — and looks ahead — on advice he’s received from others in his shoes. Does your athletic career come to a halt once
In a dramatic (yet commanding) blowout, the Phoenix Rise defeated the Boston Iron 21 to 14 during the finals of the 2016 NPGL Season. Though the Rise proved dominant and clinched the win in
If you’ve been following American weightlifting online for the past few years, chances are you’ve stumbled across Tom Sroka in any number of videos from California Strength and (the now defunct) MuscleDriver USA teams. A
In the three-year history of the National Pro Grid League, the DC Brawlers have absolutely dominated their competition, going undefeated through two seasons (and two championships) and winning their first 2016 matches in
Earlier this week, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) announced weightlifter, multi-time CrossFit Games athlete, and National Pro Grid League competitor Jessica Phillips accepted a 14-month sanction for an intravenous infusion that went above the
The 2016 National Pro Grid League season kicked off on August 17. It’s been nearly a full year since we’ve seen anyone throw down on the GRID, and even though the NPGL has
The 2016 GRID season is just around the corner. Beginning August 17, all eight teams will gather in Provo, Utah, to face off in a two week long tournament. With 15 matches packed into
With everyone getting wrapped up in the CrossFit Games and the Olympics, the National Pro Grid League has been quietly waiting in the wings for its turn to make some noise in 2016.
I believe that there is nothing in life quite like the thrill of competition. It draws a stimulus like no other, and puts you in unexpected situations found only in your wildest dreams.
Every once and awhile, I get to talk with people in our fitness community who know way more about fitness than you and I ever will. When that happens, I just sit back