Grayson played Varsity Ice Hockey and Lacrosse at Middlebury College, winning 4 national Championships in the 2 sports. After graduation he spent a season playing minor league hockey in Germany before returning to the states to tryout for the US Bobsled Team. In 2003, he earned a spot as a driver on the US development team and quickly became one of the top drivers in the strong US program. His best finish on the World Cup was 12th place. In 2007, Grayson won the National Championships in 4-man and won the America's Cup overall title. Team USA Head Coach and 5-time Olympian Brian Shimer called Grayson, an "exceptional athlete," in a recent article. With a deep understanding for how the body works, Grayson's style is a fusion of almost every training component that works. By utilizing the entire facility, he seeks to draw out each client's highest athletic potential. Because the goal is athleticism, not mastery of an exercise, no two workouts are the same and clients move forward with a level of health they never imagined for themselves. Grayson's range of skill allows him to work with clients in every fitness level.