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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Tim Tebow's Workout with Men's Journal

Tim Tebow did a workout and then sat down with Men's Journal to give a short glimpse of his favorite training (D1 of course), food and places around the globe.

CLICK HERE to read the article.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Burn It to Earn It, Now Available!

Train at D1 for 30 days for a special price of only $100. For every pound that you lose we take off $1 each month of your next D1 Training Program.

CLICK HERE to purchase this limited holiday offer. Each facility only has 20 available so get yours before they are all gone.

With months of DEDICATION and PERSEVERANCE the D1 Athletes in this video have reached impressive weight loss goals. Are you ready to Burn It to Earn It?


Friday, November 9, 2012

Boot Camp Guest Blogger: The Importance of Accountability

Being someone who prefers laziness over physical exertion, I really have to push myself to go to boot camp. I still don't look forward to it, and I'm constantly trying to find excuses not to go (except for election night when I wanted to work out my pre-election angst). Knowing this about myself, I've set up some accountability groups in different areas of my life.
One of my best accountability groups is my co-workers. Some of my co-workers go to the morning workouts so I usually probe them for information about the day's boot camp. Part of this is because I like to know what I'm headed into that night, but I also know that they will always encourage me to go. If I start teeter-tottering on whether or not to go, they usually talk me into it. They encourage me throughout the week by telling me they're seeing results, and they also encourage me at boot camp by telling me how they see progress in my endurance and strength. They sometimes see what I can't, and that's what makes them good accountability partners.
Another group is my small group. This one was rather unexpected. I mentioned at one point that I was going to to start going to boot camp. Since then, they've been constantly asking if I'm still going, how often, and if I'm seeing results. I know that every Monday, I have to report to them about my week at boot camp. It's great, though, because they are very encouraging. One person was in my same exact position a year ago, and he's always telling me that it's worth pushing through.
The other group is my family and close friends. They check in to see how my exercising is going. They keep telling me how proud they are that I'm sticking to it, and they are always reminding me of the health benefits of going. I feel like they are my cheer leading squad, and it keeps me motivated and driven.
The last thing I want to say in this blog is that it's really important to have friends in your class. I'm not talking about just trying to recruit people you know, but you can also make friends in at boot camp. After attending a few times, you get to know who's a regular, and you can start to form friendships. What's great about having friends in your class is that you are able to encourage each other during tough spots in the workout. You find times when you can laugh or joke around together, and it makes parts of the workout fun! When I have to miss a boot camp, they will often ask me where I've been, which also gives me a sense of belonging in the class.
So I encourage you to find people in your life who will hold you accountable to attending boot camp and also to find friends in your class. You'll find that it will be much easier to achieve your goals with those two groups of people in place.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Friday, November 2, 2012

Boot Camp Guest Blogger: Finding the Athlete Inside

I was not born athletic. Nor was I born with a strong likelihood to play a sport. How do I know this? Well, it just wasn’t “in my genes.” I can look through the family tree and see that any hobby or activity that mom or dad’s side may have participated in while surely entertaining did not include any sort of physical exertion.

My mom, the catalyst that she is, decided she wanted a different path for me, so at age 5, I started soccer at the local YMCA. It took several years before I began to grow strong in soccer and despite the fact that I had butterflies every time the whistle blew to start a game, I was sort of beginning to enjoy it. I continued to play soccer through high school and changed it up in the spring by running cross country and starting lacrosse.

You can imagine the look on my great aunt’s face when I announced during the fall of my freshman year of college that I was going to run a 5k race. ‘You’re gonna pay money to run?’ ‘Do you think you’ll make it?’

It was like my drive to be active had gotten out of hand. I did not have the natural born abilities to run such a race, but something in me told me to go for it. I loved running that race. I trained. I had calculated workouts to achieve and times to beat. It was a hard race, but I had prepared like an athlete and crossing that finish line, I felt like one too! I was among a family of runners all striving and overcoming.

When I came to D1 I felt a bond with the other adults – initially it was the shared experience that we’re all freaked out to use the Groupon for unlimited bootcamp during the hottest month in Tennessee. Overtime, I realized it was a bond that was really more of a community. A family of athletes preparing to be the best we can be. It’s really good to be under the direction of a coach again. D1 truly is the place for the athlete. Even those of us that just turned into one.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

D1 Hosting Soldiers with Wounded Warrior Project for Soldier Ride

On Thursday, D1 Nashville will be hosting soldiers with the Wounded Warrior Project for the third straight year from Noon-3 pm for a bike fitting in preparation for Soldier Ride on Saturday. D1 is honored to celebrate these brave soldiers. For more info, CLICK HERE.
 

Friday, October 26, 2012

Boot Camp Guest Blogger: From the Sidelines to the Turf

From the Sidelines to the Turf... by Leslie McCaskey

When I got married, I was lucky to have the tiny, size 4 wedding dress body. I wasn't into working out, but I could go for runs and not feel terrible at the end of a few miles. During that first year of marriage, my mom got diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung and Brain Cancer and I spent the majority of that time practically living at Vanderbilt Hospital and Alive Hospice. Looking back now, that's when my own health started a sad, downward slope. Being a stress eater, I started gaining weight from terrible cafeteria and fast food. I was trying to balance newly married life with a corporate job, which caused anxiety, depression and migraines. Those meds became my best friends and I think at one time I counted about 16 pills getting me through a day.

On the other hand, my younger brother dealt with his frustrations of my mom's sickness through working out. On a whim, he decided to train for the Country Music Marathon (yes, the full 26 miles) and even beat Eddie George's time. But upon doing so, he realized he had bad knees, therefore the next step for him was biking. After my mom passed, my brother participated in Austin's LiveSTRONG Challenge and rode 100 miles in the "Ride for the Roses." My family raised 16k for the foundation and we all went to Austin to watch him ride. That's when I officially took on the role as "spectator." Every bike race he rode, or every 5k or half/full marathon a friend was doing, I was on the sidelines with my cowbell or poster screaming for them. It's how I loved on my friends and family... It's how I participated, without actually participating.

Nevertheless, I was inspired. I got a gym membership and started training. When I first started working out, I used to carry a picture of my mom with no hair, yet still smiling. I used to tell myself that if she could pick herself up off the floor after a chemo session, I could get through an hour of spin, a training run or lift those weights one more time. The next year I finished the Country Music Marathon half all by myself. It was a lonely 13 miles, but I didn't die from it and crossing that finish line felt good. Even after I had my baby, my close friends started dubbing me as a "gym rat," but my body wasn't living up to the name.

My sister-in-law decided that it was time to make me a runner. We started in February of 2011 and got up 4:30 am every other day and ran 3 miles. I pounded the pavement each morning with determination to not fail at this. I went from 17 minute miles to 11 minute miles within 6 months and ended up doing eight 5k's that year. Let's just say, I got addicted to the finish line. But again, with all that running, still no weight loss. What's the deal? What was the matter with me?

Finally, I found out this year that all those meds I was taking caused weight gain. All the effort I was putting into working out, I was just maintaining weight because of the pills. I finally decided to take the last step I was holding out on. Work on my diet. I took a drastic approach and took myself off all dairy, carbs and sugar and start eating "clean." That first month I lost 12 inches and 10 lbs and was able to get off all my meds. But you know what else I did? I started D1 Boot Camps. I actually heard about D1 through my brother because his bike team used to train there during the off season. But, that was the place for him….not me, right? But I bought the Groupon anyway and tried it out. I got a few other friends and co-workers to try it out too. We were all going to get initiated together. Turns out I was wrong, this was the place for me too.

After almost 4 months of D1, I've come to love the culture there, the motivation and encouragement from the staff, and for the first time in years excited by the results I'm getting. (I'm 18 lbs down). For the past 6 years, I've tried to "impress" my brother with some kind of physical activity. Between all his focused, heavy duty training nothing I've done has ever raised an eyebrow it seemed. It wasn't until last month when we were talking about my time at D1 that I finally saw some pride in his eyes when I heard him talking about my training to his bike friends. He even wants to come back to D1 with me when his cyclocross bike season finishes this winter to train together.

So for now, I'm looking for my BIG finish line. I'm not sure what it is yet, but I know it's out there. In the meantime, I know that with each D1 workout, it's making me stronger and ready for that race. In the meantime, I'll still continue to cheer on my active friends and family. I'll show up to their races when I can because I know how hard they've trained and worked. I know how much it means to them because I know how much it means to me, knowing one day, it's going to be ME they're clanging their cowbell at.

To be continued.....

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Heather Mitts Soccer Clinic Coming to D1 Cincinnati

Heather Mitts Soccer Clinic
WHEN: December 27 & 28
TIME: Session 1 (Ages 10-13) - 9:00 AM - NOON
          Session 2 (Ages 14-18) - 1:00 - 4:00 PM
WHERE: D1 Cincinnati
COST: $150/session or
          $125/session for D1 Members
REGISTER: CLICK HERE

Friday, October 19, 2012

Boot Camp Guest Blogger: Making Strides Brick by Brick

Check out the guest blog from Matt, who recently started the boot camps at D1 and found the benefit of building brick by brick:

I’m a very functionally-minded person, so it’s easy to convince myself that I have a valid excuse not to work out. Why should I spend the time and effort to get into D1-level or NFL-level shape when my daily activities and my job do not require that of me? On paper, it can be difficult to see the return on investment. I can easily accomplish my honey-do list and weekly lawn mowing without being a meat-head at a local gym, incessantly staring into the mirror while slow-curling 55’s. Some people literally spend 6 hours a day working out, and I simply don’t care to do that. But, if I want to be the best I can be I know I cannot ignore my physical needs any longer.

Recently, I was at my father-in-law’s home in Virginia. He has a beautiful colonial brick house with white columns, and it sits on a good chunk of land. After dinner one night we sat out on his patio, and I remember making a few kind remarks about how I admired his home and what he had done with the place. He looked at me and said, “you know, I simply built it brick by brick.” That statement has really enhanced the way I look at things. Instead of seeing a million-dollar home that only a wealthy individual could afford, now I just see a neatly stacked pile of bricks surrounding some drywall and 2x4’s. When it is broken down into small segments, a million-dollar home actually seems like an attainable goal. I mean, what does a brick cost? 50 cents? I could purchase 100 bricks right now just with the coins in my piggy bank! Ok, I have a mason jar, but you get the idea. I know I have a long way to go, but I am crazy enough to believe I can do it.

The same goes for working out. Instead of being envious of someone in great shape, or wishing to lose 20 pounds, lets break it down. How hard is it to run 10 yards? Most of us can do that. Most of us can do a pushup, at least from our knees. What is stopping you from stepping away from your desk right now for 20 seconds and cranking out 10 pushups? Sometimes it’s a lot easier to make the jump when someone jumps with you. The culture at D1 is just that. The first time I went, I really struggled to keep up. Actually, I still struggle to keep up, but I’m making progress. No one judged me or made fun of me. My peers actually encouraged me. The staff at D1 are encouraging as well, and they have helped me numerous times to develop proper form. Proper form is so much harder, and I mean that in the best way. The staff have helped guide to be easier on my joints and prevent injury while working my muscles harder than I ever have before.

As you may have gathered, I didn’t exactly come in to D1 for the first time with a head start. Although some claim I resemble Peyton Manning, I’m far from that gene pool (coming in at just under 5’10”). At the same time, I’ve realized how little the gene pool matters. It’s all about work ethic, drive, inspiration, and perspiration. I’ll admit, it was intimidating walking into D1 for the first time, but shouldn’t it be? I feel like it works to your advantage because you feel like an elite athlete the minute you set foot inside the building. D1 will push you beyond what you feel capable of, it’s not easy, and it really doesn’t feel good sometimes. What does feel good is the sense of accomplishment afterwards. I’m thankful that I’ve found a place where I am inspired and held accountable to be the absolute best I can be, brick by brick.

Star HS Pitcher Meets idol Jim Abbott at D1 Cincinnati

Cool story about a kid at D1 Cincinnati with amazing courage! A 15-year-old star pitcher with the ability to use only one of his arms gets some big-league advice on from a man who has been down a similar path. CLICK HERE to see it.
 

Friday, October 12, 2012

Boot Camp Guest Blogger: From Terrified to Encouraged

Check out the guest blog from Rebekah, who just started the D1 boot camps! Great insight and story!

Growing up as a swimmer, I was always in pretty good shape as a kid. As the years went on, exercising was dropped to the bottom of my to-do list, and I exercised less and less. While I've been blessed with good metabolism, I know that there's more to health than just outer appearance. I've been feeling convicted as I get older that I need to develop the habit of exercising regularly. I knew that after so many years of being lazy, it was time to attempt to get into shape. To be honest, I REALLY hate working out, and not just a little. So I started easy. I tried some basic workouts, and I jumped back in the pool and started swimming laps (swimming is the only exercise I enjoy). I could tell that I wasn't getting as good of a workout as I had hoped. Plus, I knew I wasn't pushing myself as hard as I could.

A little over a month ago, I was given the opportunity to attend D1 boot camp classes. My first reaction was, "No way! That's too hard! I would die!" I used every excuse in the book to not go, but after the consistent persuasion of my co-workers, I finally folded.

I was terrified my first day, especially after hearing that the workout that day was especially hard. I actually sat in the parking lot debating whether or not to go inside. I realized that I just had to pull off the bandaid and go for it. And it was tough! I couldn't finish everything, and I almost passed out twice, but I made it through! Then quite unexpectedly, determination set in and I wanted to complete a full workout and get better at it. I started pushing through the pain and going multiple times a week. I had friends and co-workers cheering me on and encouraging me every step of the way.

Now after 5 weeks of boot camp, I can complete most work outs. I'm still not as fast as other people, it's still really hard (although getting a little easier every time), and I often have to talk myself into working out. However, I keep celebrating the little victories to keep me going… completing hard workouts, seeing my body starting to become a little more sculpted, the jeans fitting a little better. I sleep better, I feel better, I have more energy, and I've been in better moods.

So if you're like me, and hate working out but know you need to, be encouraged. If I can do it, you CAN do it! It's hard to start, but starting is the hardest part. You just have to go for it!

So here's my advice for people who are like me:
1) Just go. The first time is the hardest, because you don't know what to expect, and it's scary. You just have to jump in feet first.
2) Have an accountability/workout friend. It makes a WORLD of difference to have someone you enjoy being around by your side. They encourage you and hold you accountable to going. If you don't have a friend to go with, try to make friends at boot camp. I find that most people in my class are really friendly.
3) Be persistent and consistent. I'm not going to lie to you, it's not going to be easy. But the more you go, the easier it will get. If you only go once a week or once every other week, you're going to get discouraged because you aren't seeing results. So try to go multiple times a week.
4) Talk to your trainer/coach. Let them know your goals and talk to them about any concerns you have. They are there to help you through it.
5) Don't get discouraged and give yourself some slack. If you're not in great shape already, chances are you won't be able to complete the first few boot camps. Just stop when you NEED to (not just when you want to), and realize that you probably aren't going to be able to keep up with the people who have been going for months. Every time you go, try to do a little more. Soon you'll be able to finish the workouts, and you will get better at them.
6) Find the little achievements to keep you going: take measurements so you can see your progress, take note of your energy levels, notice that you're taking fewer breaks. Those little things will encourage you that it's worth the effort.
So stayed tuned, and I'll keep you updated on my journey!

Friday, October 5, 2012

Success Story from Two Ladies Seeing Results


Great story from David at the D1 Boot Camp Diaries. Here it is:

I interviewed Betsy and Margaret last week as they hit the three-and-a-half month-mark. They’ve described themselves as suburban moms (and a dad). Five friends started at the same time, including one married couple, on a special promotion and stuck with it through a membership.

I wanted them to tell their stories for a few reasons:
•They were intimidated - scared, even - when they started. They started a slow, fought through the challenges, and they’ve improved every day. Now they talk about being “addicted.” The progression definitely reminded me of my experience.
•They’ve embraced the group fitness dynamic. Joining as a group of five kept each person accountable. They don’t all come at the same days or times, but they’re usually at D1 in pairs or threes. At the same time, they’re always communicating: Challenging each other, giving encouragement, trading stories. It’s been an integral part of their experience.
•They had unexpected, impactful breakthroughs. Like many of us at the start, they fought through every day maybe seeing incremental results. But they didn’t see the big picture until “light bulb” moments where everything came together. Margaret had a spontaneous conversation with her daughter, and Betsy conquered a workout.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

D1 Green Bay Opens With Great Excitement


D1 Green Bay opened on Monday with lots of excited athletes. D1 is partnering with former Packer Ahman Green and Bellin Health at their amazing complex. CLICK HERE to see a photo album from the D1 Experience with Ahman. CLICK HERE to see a video recap on the local news.

Friday, September 28, 2012

St. Vincent Health System Partners with D1 Little Rock

St. Vincent Health System announced Thursday that it has entered into an athletic training partnership with D1 Sports Training in Little Rock.

D1 is based in Nashville, Tenn., and has 16 locations across the country including a 20,000-SF facility off Cantrell Road in west Little Rock that includes a 60-yard, indoor turf field.

St. Vincent will become an equity partner in D1 Little Rock, according to a news release, and provide sports therapy services specializing in rehabilitation of athletic injuries. It also will provide orthopaedic surgeons through St. Vincent Orthopaedic Institute to treat athletes with injuries beyond the scope of a sports therapist.

CLICK HERE to read more about this exciting partnership.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

D1 Green Bay Opening on Monday

D1 Green Bay is opening next week and hosting a D1 Experience event with co-owner Ahman Green on Saturday. CLICK HERE to win a workout with Ahman Green.

Also, CLICK HERE to read the big story in the Green Bay Gazette.

Super excited to be opening D1's 18th facility in Green Bay.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

D1 Bowling Green Hosts Great Experience Event with Darius Miller

D1 Bowling Green had a great experience event with new co-owner Darius Miller. CLICK HERE to check out the recap in the Bowling Green Daily News. CLICK HERE to check out the photo gallery on Facebook.
 

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

D1 Partners with TD1 to Offer College Scholarships

D1 is proud to partner with TD1 to offer the chance to earn a College Scholarship. The TD1 Dominant One Athlete Challenge gives every High School Athlete the chance to earn a College Scholarship. The TD1 Challenges will take applicants now through May 1st, 2013. The Dominant One Athlete Challenge will hand out the following prizes for the top athletes in the challenge.

The Dominant 1: $50,000 scholarship
Runner-up: $10,000 scholarship
3rd Place: $5,000 scholarship
Honorable Mention 4th-20th: $1,000 scholarship

An Additional scholarship award will be awarded to the athlete that shows the best “character” through their community service work.
Character Award: $15,000 scholarship

To apply, CLICK HERE.


Monday, September 17, 2012

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

D1 Coaches/Staff Rock "Call Me Maybe"

Here at D1, we are known for our hard-core workouts and strength training. After all, we are "The Place For The Athlete," but we are also known to kick it and have a little fun. Check out this video showcasing the talents of D1 trainers and athletes nationwide at our facilities. Be sure to leave us a comment on the blog, letting us know if you see some of your favorite coaches representing!

Encourage your friends and family to come by and visit a D1 facility in their neighborhood. CLICK HERE to forward this video to your friends. By mentioning the "Call Me Maybe" promotion code at the facility, they’ll receive a two week FREE TRIAL for any of our classes. The free trial is only valid to athletes who have not tried D1 training.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Darius Miller Joins Randall Cobb as Co-Owner of D1 Bowling Green

D1 has added former Kentucky Wildcat and current New Orleans Hornets small forward Darius Miller as a co-owner of D1 Bowling Green. Miller, who joins former UK star Randall Cobb as a co-owner of D1 BG, will host a members-only D1 Experience presented by TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital on Saturday, September 22 from 10:30 am to 12:45 pm at D1. Official event sponsors are Western Kentucky Orthopaedic & Neurosurgical Associates (WKONA) and Greenwood Ford.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Torry and Terrance Holt Hold Camp at D1 Raleigh

Great event with Torry and Terrance Holt! Over 90 i9 athletes got trained up! More photos coming soon!

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Sportswriter Shatters Six Month D1 Challenge


Boot Camp - Six Months from David on Vimeo.

CLICK HERE to check out the D1 Boot Camp Diaries.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

D1 Orlando Featured in Magazine

Click on the magazine to see the full page. CLICK HERE to read the entire Lake Mary Health and Wellness Magazine.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Top Scores from D1 Testing Night

All existing D1 facilities participated in testing night on July 30th with amazing results. Each facility tests after 8-week cycles. Check out some of the top scores by clicking on the spreadsheet below.


Thursday, August 16, 2012

CEO Will Bartholomew Trains Tebow, Media for FRS


D1 CEO Will Bartholomew headed out to Los Angeles to partner with FRS Healthy Performance and train some media members along with Tim Tebow. CLICK HERE to get a recap from SheKnows.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Great Results in 6 Months for a D1 Boot Camper

Six months for David Fox in the D1 Boot Camps and we've seen some great results. CLICK HERE to read the full post.

Monday, August 13, 2012

Mom Trains like Tim Tebow at D1

So Lindsay Ferrier decided "I'll Take That Dare," and trained at D1. CLICK HERE to see how she did.

Friday, August 10, 2012

D1's Heather Mitts Wins Third Gold Medal

D1 Cincinnati co-owner Heather Mitts and three teammates became the first ever to win three Olympic gold medals with the huge win yesterday versus Japan! Can't wait for an incredible celebration at D1 Cincinnati this winter. 

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

D1 Co-Owner Heather Mitts Goes for Third Gold Medal

Congrats to the US Women's National Team on the huge win over Canada in soccer to make the Olympics final! Tune in to the soccer final on Thursday to see if D1 Cincinnati co-owner Heather Mitts gets her third Olympics gold medal! What a career! What an athlete!

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Monday, August 6, 2012

Eric Berry ISI & Defensive Skills Camp w/ D1 Knoxville


CLICK HERE to see the rest of the photos!

Friday, August 3, 2012

D1 Chattanooga Eric Berry Camp




Click HERE to see the rest of the pictures!

Thursday, August 2, 2012

D1 Greenville has a New Coach

D1 Greenville has added Tommy Irvin as their new speed and agility coach. Tommy played football at Wofford college, and then went to play for the Arizona Cardinals for a season. He finished his career with 209 tackles, and was also named the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll three times.


Welcome to the team Tommy!

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Great Results at D1 Testing Day

D1 Bowling Green, "D1 National Testing Night was a big hit in Bowling Green! Athletes from 7 years old all the way up to adults came out and gave it their all. We had some impressive records that were set and a great time with everyone! Thanks for coming out!"
D1 Cincinnati, "D1 Testing Night at Cincinnati was a huge success for our facility. We had great support from all of the members and our staff. It was energetic, exciting and a fun time for all of our scholastic and executive members."
D1 Savannah, "Congrats to D1 members Drew Davis, Carl Brown, Dawson Bailey, Brian Perryman and Kristan Constantine for performing above all others at D1 Savannah National Testing night! They all out-shined their competition and showed how their hard work at D1 all summer long has paid off! They each went home with a gift card to Yobe yogurt, Subway sandwiches and drinks courtesy of PowerAde and Dasani."
D1 Nashville, "Great night of training. We gave away Dick’s Sporting Goods gift cards to different athletes. We probably had 45 scholastic athletes test last night at D1 Nashville!"
D1 Huntsville, "D1 Huntsville's Testing Night was a great experience. D1 Athletes put their hard earned work to the ultimate test, and were able to hang out and have an awesome time!"
D1 Birmingham, "Testing night was a blast last night at D1 Birmingham. Top performers included Rookie Claire Brian, Developmental Carson Griffis who broke 3 Birmingham D1 records, Prep Roderick Arrington. The Adults all competed as well and we gave the adults some great prizes from local business like Prime Spine, Moe's Restaurant, Olive Garden, Mugshot's, Anthony's car wash, Zoe's Restaurant and Rave movie theatre's."

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Hockey Players Train at D1 Detroit


Mark Mitera defense for Montreal Canadiens, Shawn Horcoff Captain forward for Edmonton Oilers, Jakub Kindl defense Detroit Red Wings and Danny Cleary forward Detroit Red Wings training at D1 Detroit!


Monday, July 30, 2012

Heather Mitts Represents D1 at Olympics


Thanks to her incredible work ethic and perseverance, Heather looked great in her start on Saturday in the US win over Colombia. Go USA! Proud that Heather is a co-owner of D1 Cincinnati!

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Jordan Shipley Experience at D1 Abilene


Click HERE to see the rest of the pictures!

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Randall Cobb Experience at D1 Bowling Green

Click HERE to see the rest of the pictures!

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

D1 Raleigh Opening Next Week

"Philip Rivers may be playing for the San Diego Chargers now, but in Raleigh, he’s still known as the quarterback who shattered ACC passing records and led N.C. State to four bowl games."

Philip Rivers, David Thornton and Triangle Orthopaedics are the co-owners of the new D1 facility in Raleigh, NC. The facility is set to open up on July 30.

"The Raleigh facility will be D1 Sports’ 17th and its first in North Carolina."


Click HERE to read more!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

D1 Little Rock Athlete Gets into Shape

"I am a 33 year old healthcare executive, married with three kids, and I am in better shape now than I have ever been in my life, even more than in 11th grade soccer."

Paul Stover started working out at D1 Little Rock in December 2010. He lost about 20 lbs within the first few months from D1 workouts, and now is down to less than 10% body fat.

"The competitive nature of D1 got me hooked and makes me strive to always get better," says Paul.


Keep up the hard work Paul!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Diamond Dallas Page coming to D1 Tampa

Pro wrestler Diamond Dallas Page is coming to D1 Tampa on August 9-11. He will be teaching a yoga class that combines core strength and cardio!

To register for this event please click HERE!


Monday, July 16, 2012

Manning Passing Academy 2012

This past week D1 trained 1,200 kids at the Manning Passing Academy. It was a great time working with D1 co-owner Peyton Manning and the rest of the Manning family!




Click HERE to see the rest of the pictures from MPA 2012!