Our Company Values (None of That Corporate B.S.)

The idea of “pivoting” has become something of a joke in the world of marketing and business—a company is around for long enough that what they’re about and what they have to offer becomes stale, and they “pivot” to something totally different. It’s the business equivalent of jumping the shark. In the next few months, we’ll be sharing a lot of news about changes happening at GMB (I can’t tell you more right now, but it’s exciting stuff!
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Payment Plans Now Available!

Since the dawn of time (or since GMB started–whichever came first), people have been asking us if we’d offer payment plans on our programs. And we always said no, because there were some logistical issues in the past, and we were focusing on making and updating programs, publishing tons of free content, and continuing to make GMB a better place for everyone. But, that’s all changed now! …okay, not all (we’re still doing all of the above!
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Best of GMB in 2018

2018 is about to come to a close, and you know what that means! It’s time for our annual GMB round-up. Here’s a rundown of some of what happened this year: published 25 new articles and routines, and made major updates to another 22 articles beefed up our YouTube channel with 40 new videos, now enjoyed by 21,000 new subscribers (if you’re not one of them yet, click here to subscribe) graduated 14 new GMB trainers this year, bringing our grand total up to 70 GMB Trainers all over the world!
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Mental Meat Heads Experience

I love sharing GMB with the world. Whether it be teaching seminars, chatting with someone on an airplane, posting on Instagram, or being interviewed, I’m always ready to share the GMB love. Mind you, I’ve worked hard over the years to be more subtle about working GMB into a conversation ;) As an online company, it’s been wonderful to be able to share our message with the world in a way that impacts so many different groups of people.
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On Shitty Classes and Physical Autonomy

I recently decided to cancel my dojo membership because I was paying 100 bucks a month, but rarely making it to class (they only have a couple of classes each day, and while I love the quality of instruction there, my schedule has been making it impossible to go lately). I’m fine paying $100+ each month on my fitnessing, but I hate paying for shit if I’m not using it.
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Will You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse?

Our driving ethos at GMB is helping people build physical autonomy: confidence in knowing that they can rely on their bodies to come through for them no matter what life throws at them. You want to know that: ...your body is strong enough that you can lift something heavy without throwing out your back. ...you have sufficient mobility to get into tight spots if you need to. ...you can rely on being able to control your movements no matter what's going on.
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Why We've Added Captions to Our Program Videos

Our main driving force at GMB is helping people build physical autonomy—the ability to move freely in whatever activities matter most to them. Physical autonomy shouldn’t be seen as only relegated to certain groups of people; it is accessible to anyone of any age, gender, or background, because we can all improve ourselves with training. And that’s why we wanted to make sure our programs are accessible to as many people as possible, including those who are hearing impaired, non-native English speakers, or anyone else who can benefit from having captions on our videos.
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