CrossFit Grandview has long been considered an innovator in the CrossFit Community and has been a destination for functional fitness enthusiasts and competitors ever since the early days when it was known as “Rogue Fitness CrossFit Gahanna”.
After over a decade of in house success (maintaining over 500+ active in house members, 7 Regional Teams, 3 Games Teams, multiple individual regional and games athletes) we have launched Edge Online to share all of our unique training programs with the world.
We are a team of athletes who bring individual strengths and specialities to this experience. From gymnastics to olympic lifts to competition programming to endurance sports, we have something for everyone here.
We accept nothing but the best effort from each other and all of our athletes and expect the same of our online clients.
Whether you are looking to follow the programming we do at CrossFit Grandview with your own Wodify account via Edge Online, looking for more challenging and comprehensive programming for your Home gym or on the go with Edge At Home , or need individual attention with the help of a specific coach ready to craft a personalized fitness program with Edge One on One, we have that here for you.
Ready to start doing and stop thinking? Ready to be great? To be the hero of your own life? Well it’s time to start training like it. Take ownership of your life. Take back control. And get it done. We’ll show you how.
Specializes in: Gymnastics and Olympic Weightlifting
Brandon is a 2007 graduate of Ohio University and began working as a trainer shortly after. During college he developed a passion for strength and conditioning through competing in the sport of boxing. Following graduation Brandon discovered CrossFit, and hasn’t looked back! Brandon continues to work hard at becoming the best coach, motivator, and athlete he can be!
Specializes in: Gymnastics and Bodybuilding
Dan has been hooked on CrossFit since his first workout back in early 2009. Since then he has used CrossFit training as his off and on season strength and condition protocol to help improve his soccer play at Muskingum. In the summer of 2011 Dan took part as an intern employee/coach at Rogue Fitness CrossFit Gahanna under the instruction of Brandon and Graham. The following year after graduation he became part of the family and staff of CrossFit Grandview.
After recovering from a back injury, Andy decided to get a CrossFit Level 1 so he could help others either be injury free or rehab previous injuries.Full Bio
Specializes in: Olympic Weightlifting lifting + Gymnastics
Andy played high school level football and after graduating high school started training for Air Force Special Operations(AFSOC). He passed all of the requirements for AFSOC and was accepted into the military. In early 2006 on the first day of AFSOC training he was shown a video of Nicole Carol and Annie Sakamoto doing “Nasty Girls” by the instructors and was forever hooked on CrossFit. Shortly after Andy blew his back out during training and was no longer able to continue. After he had surgery to repair his back he was always led to believe that he was going to have back pain forever and could no longer do CrossFit until Kelly Starrett came out with Mobility WOD. Once Andy started cleaning up his movement he no longer needed to take meds and could train pain free, he decided to get a CrossFit Level 1 so he could help others either be injury free or rehab previous injuries.
Arlington's first CrossFit workout flipped his idea of training on his head and ultimately sent him in a different direction for his education. In the following months, he switched majors from business to Exercise Science and Nutrition.Full Bio
Specializes in: Powerlifting + General CrossFit Skills
Arlie was peer pressured into doing his first CrossFit workout by a friend when he worked at the YMCA in his hometown. He was going to community college at the time and hadn’t played competitive sports since graduating high school. Although he can’t remember the workout, he remembers being incredibly humbled following the workout. That first workout flipped his idea of training on his head and ultimately sent him in a different direction for his education. In the following months, he switched majors from business to Exercise Science and Nutrition. In 2017 Arlington completed an extensive year long internship program with us at CrossFit Grandview as well as his undergraduate degree at The Ohio State University.
After graduating from Bucknell University, where he played football all four years as a defensive linebacker, Dave discovered CrossFit and found it was perfect for him personally as a former colleg...Full Bio
After graduating from Bucknell University, where he played football all four years as a defensive linebacker, Dave discovered CrossFit and found it was perfect for him personally as a former collegiate athlete still wanting to train intensely and have goals. Initially following mainsite WODS for a few years, Dave moved to Columbus in 2008 and eventually started competitively training at Rogue Gahanna in 2009. After several years of CrossFit competition and coaching at a few gyms in Columbus, Dave and his wife, Chelsea, opened CrossFit IPA in 2016. Now, after almost 10 years coaching and even longer as a diehard fitness and exercise fan, Dave still loves to teach people all he has learned from his own personal experiences and from coaching hundreds of individuals over the years. Dave combines this lengthy experience and a wealth of knowledge with his passion for art and creativity to produce exercise that is broad, challenging, effective and fun.
As he continues to pursue his dream of competing in the CrossFit Games, Scott chose to get his Level 1 certification to show members his love for CrossFit and how with pure determination you can reach your fitness goals.Full Bio
Specializes in: Competitive CrossFit + Powerlifting + Bodybuilding
Scott started CrossFit back in 2012 during his sophomore year at UNCW after watching the CrossFit Games. He was immediately obsessed with the intensity, competition, and grit that CrossFit had to offer. With years of hard work and dedication to the sport, Scott learned how to have unmatched endurance capacity and has competed alongside some of the best CrossFit Games Athletes in the world, he even holds a world record time in Open workout 17.1! As he continues to pursue his dream of competing in the CrossFit Games, Scott chose to get his Level 1 certification to show members his love for CrossFit and how with pure determination you can reach your fitness goals.