Gold Medal Bodies – Floor One

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The experience has been fantastic. My realisation was, who needs the gym when one has GMB?


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Gold Medal Bodies – Floor One

Check it out: Gold Medal Bodies – Floor One

Floor One has been discontinued—sorry you missed it! If you want to learn more about why we stopped selling this program, click here. And if you’re looking to build agility and better movement, Vitamin is a good option.

Even though we’re not selling this course anymore, we do have a ton of great FREE resources on building skills.

Real athletes are more than just strong. They move with grace and skill in a dynamic environment – an ability you can’t build in the weight room.

So we created a program that provides a complete foundation in athletic skill. Check it out:

No Equipment

Clear Instruction

Dynamic Skills

Floor One brings the basic skills of athletic movement together in a comprehensive, systematic program that’ll let you move like you never thought possible.

Felix Niland

Felix Niland



Training should be fun

The biggest benefit to me going in was the list of exercises and the logically-sequenced progression. That’s the specific reason I purchased the Floor One program as I didn’t know how to figure it out myself (as I could for something simpler… like a one-armed push-up). The specific benefit that made the most difference, looking back, is the feeling of confidence I got when I read through the manuals on Day 1. Seeing the path from A – Z makes it seem really achievable.

What I will also say is that the cool, funny vibe of the writings is so refreshing to read. Training should be fun so I don’t know why training products are usually so dead boring!! Great production, GMB Team!

Working Out Does NOT Make You An Athlete

The lie of modern fitness training is that you can reach your athletic potential in the gym.

Real athletes don’t. Top athletes in any sport spend countless hours drilling. They work on their jumping mechanics. They do balance and agility drills. They develop their spatial awareness. They practice fine motor tasks related to their sport: ball handling, shooting, passing, etc.

Those abilities separate real athletes from your average fitness enthusiast, and you can see the difference in their performance.

It’s not just more strength and greater endurance. It’s grace under pressure. It’s the ability to change direction easily. It’s all those improvised moments of physical prowess that separate the truly athletic from the merely fit.

Kicking up into a handstand

Of course, you’re not a pro athlete, and training like one isn’t feasible for you. But you still want a healthy dose of athleticism with your fitness. It’s nice to be strong and fit and look nice, but the real reward comes from applying that to having fun in the real world, which is as unpredictable as any sport.

Luckily, most of those sport-specific drills the athletes do can be boiled down to a handful of basics you can practice to give yourself a bit of that same ability.

In Floor One, you’ll learn a fun way to develop real athleticism by practicing four basic categories of movements.

The 4 Basic Classes of Athletic Movement

To build a comprehensive foundation for the kind of dynamic movement that defines true athleticism, we’ve chosen four broad classes of skills for F1. These basic skills provide a broad spectrum of abilities for any activity.

Practicing a controlled jump movement

  1. Controlled Jumps

Jumps are the most fundamental power move, but few people outside a handful of sports devote much practice to developing solid jump mechanics. We’ll tighten your jump technique, teach you to land with control, and increase the complexity by adding 180° and 360° spins while airborne.

Demonstrating proper hand balance


  1. Hand Balance Skills

Even though most sports don’t require handstands, they’re a great tool for developing shoulder stability and spatial awareness. Floor One includes practice on the crow pose, elbow levers, and freestanding handstand, along with developmental exercises to help you get them down solid.

Balancing effectively on one leg

  1. Single-Leg Balances

Most athletic movements require shifting your balance from one leg to the other, often while changing direction. We’ll build your static balance skills first with the front and back scales, then take them off the ground with the flying pirouette transition to build dynamic balance that never fails.

Masting a cartwheel movement

  1. Basic Tumbling Skills

Tumbling is an important skill for learning to transition from the floor to upright and back again. They can also save your neck in a fall. F1 includes front and back somersaults, cartwheels, and other basic skills that build your spatial awareness and comfort when moving while inverted.

Why You Can’t Just Start Practicing Complex Skills

So why not just add a few jumps and cartwheels to your existing routine? Complexity. Athletic movements are impossibly complex.

The brain has to parse a firehose of sensory information and instantaneously activate all the right muscles in exactly the right order. The only way to get your body and brain to work together like that is to start with the basics and build up to it.

Every movement and combination in F1 is designed not only to train your body, but also to teach your brain and body increasingly complex skills.

For example…

Start With a 180° Jump

demonstrating a basic upward jump

A jump with a half-twist seems pretty simple, but practicing to nail the right technique consistently lays a necessary foundation of strength and control.

Add in a Back Scale

balancing on a back scale

Again, a simple enough pose, but it develops essential flexibility and balance, plus static body control.

You Get a Pirouette

practicing an aerial pirouette

Everything you gained from the 180° and back scale goes into doing a good pirouette, which builds your higher-order dynamic control.

Which Becomes Part of a Flow

body movement flow gif

Linking the pirouette with other complex movements in F1’s flow routine trains your body for complete athletic capability.

What if your skill work could also make you stronger?

When we talk about practicing the skills in Floor One, a lot of people worry about maintaining their strength and endurance. In practice, it’s not a problem. It all comes down to choosing skills that continue to challenge your strength.

Athletic Skill Building

Build strength and endurance in extended ranges (straight-leg and straight-arm)

Develop explosiveness (jumps and controlled landings)

Condition your wrists and ankles to support your weight through transitional movements

handstand split progression

Systematic Approach to Increasing Complexity

Your balance, spatial awareness, and agility are gonna go through the roof

Strength exercises that become skill exercises and then become strength exercises once again after some practice

After a few weeks, you’ll be moving in ways you never thought possible – finally displaying a bit of that physical mastery that separates real athletes from the casual gym-goer.

Featured Case Study: Amy Nailed Her “Impossible” Skills With Floor One

a summary of amy’s case study

Don’t Get Stuck – Programming Designed for Continual Progress without Stalling

Unlike some programs that give you a single workout to repeat forever, GMB recognizes that you’ll require different strategies as your strength and skills develop. That’s why Floor One includes four program phases, each building on the previous one to keep you making consistent progress.

Stacey performing a frogger stretch

Phase 1

Attribute Development

There’s more to learning fun skills than watching some tutorials, so we start F1 by building your strength, balance, and flexibility.

Jeff on the ground in a spiderman stretch

Phase 2

Skill Development

Once you’ve build the basic capabilities, Phase 2 introduces more skill focus and complex movements that will ingrain new motor patterns.

Sidney performing monkey locomotion

Phase 3

Flow Acquisition

Once you’ve developed the basic level of body control to execute each skill, we begin building combinations that offer even greater challenge and stimulation.

Ryan balancing in a one leg crow stretch

Phase 4

Flow “Mastery”

After several weeks of strength and skill practice, you’ll work to smooth out the transitions and cut down the rest time for more efficient applied movements.

Great Programming Gets Great Results

We know that providing great information isn’t enough on it’s own. After all, the internet is loaded with info, but here you are looking for something more organized and easier to use.

Expert Instruction

Crystal clear video and detailed text describe every exercise

Regressions and variations let you find your own level

Every day and week is planned in detail with extensive explanations and FAQs

GMB courses on desktop and mobile

Supplemental Materials

Works on any desktop or mobile internet device

All tutorials are downloadable

Printable charts detail each day’s training plan

Our coaches and support team are always just a click away

No other program displays this much attention to detail in terms of either production quality or learning experience. We’ve refined our approach based on feedback from thousands of clients and updated the program to reflect the best methods.

F1 is not only a great program – it’s a quality resource you’ll love learning from.

Here’s what a few of our clients have achieved with Floor One:

Am 48, overweight, unfit smoker and drinker … and in 3 weeks the incremental changes to my physique and fitness have motivated me more than I have ever felt in 20+ years of “self-taught” (= self-inflicted injured) exercise.

I could not even begin to do the tripod hold, now … 3 weeks in, I just did the extension (the reason for me writing) and am completely amazed at how much strength and control I now have over my own body.

With a gorgeous 18 month old daughter I am sure I will spend the rest of my life working these plans if only to stay in shape to keep up with her … so thanks again and look forward to spending way too much time with you guys virtually in the future.

Your program appealed to my lifestyle the most (I live in Singapore and travel the Asia region almost weekly) allowing me to do what I want, at the pace I can, in the comfort of my own home (or usually hotel room) and the daily (yes, daily) incremental improvements in my abilities keeps me coming back for more.

Thanks (did I say that already?)

Tanvir Muntasim

Tanvir Muntasim


The experience has been fantastic. My realisation was, who needs the gym when one has GMB?

It’s so shiny, well designed and streamlined. Also, love the program charts/logs, making life easier to track the progression and growth.

This will be a good year for movement, I can feel it!

Systematically Practice the Essential Athletic Skills

F1 provides a systematic formula for developing the fundamental abilities of athletic movement. Learn to perform with grace, power, and control.

Though F1 is scheduled as a three-month training cycle, you’ll have lifetime access to all the materials, so even if you can’t start immediately, or if you need to take things slow, that’s just fine. You can start when you want and take as long as you want. Your membership includes all future updates.

Floor One will help build athletic skills,


Give F1 an honest try. The fact is, if you do the work, you’ll get results.

After the first four weeks, if you’re not measurably, noticeably stronger, we don’t want your money. Send us an email, and we’ll give you a full refund that you can put towards a gym membership or a weight set. You can see all the details here.

Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve also taken the liberty of including the answers here, since the questions aren’t very enlightening on their own 😉

Lifetime Access

You’ll never lose access to your programs. If you have to take time off, pick right back up where you started. Your training materials are always available.

Brilliant Support

If you ever get stuck or need help, you can easily send a message and get expert support from one of our coaches. We’re here to help.

What moves will I learn?

Am I too old? Too fat? Too inexperienced?

How long do the F1 workouts and program take?

What equipment is required?

Will I build muscle on F1?

Can I combine F1 with other training programs?

Is tumbling dangerous without coaching?

Do I need gymnastics experience?

Bianca Fontana

Bianca Fontana




GMB F1 training has helped me develop strength.

The GMB F1 training has helped me develop strength and a feeling of more energy and overall fitness.

Each day at work, I have to walk up 80 odd steps to get to my office. I go up and down these steps at least 5/6 times a day. When I first started doing this, I was not out of breath but feeling slightly fatigued. When training with the GMB program, although I don’t feel as though I’m doing cardio to help me cope with something like this, after about week 3, I started to feel stronger in the legs and less out of breath, reaching the top with very little effort and more speed.

F1 has also helped me with my balance, and my overall ability to complete the skills has improved. I love the way F1 trains you, so much better than lifting weights which is sooo boring and unfulfilling.

I’m always talking about your program to others. I love it.

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