Logan Gelbrich

Born in Santa Monica, Logan feels right at home coaching at DEUCE Gym. With a background in collegiate (University of San Diego) and professional (San Diego Padres) baseball, Logan is used to high performance, heavy workloads, and accountability. Luckily, Logan was blessed enough to work with world renowned strength and conditioning coaches, sports psychologists, and nutritionists during his career. It’s during this time that the seeds were sown for the belief system that led him to both the CrossFit Games and Strongman Nationals. These experiences guide his coaching today. Forever a “student of the game,” Logan is always looking to strengthen and question his understanding of humans. Today his work includes his best selling book, Going Right: A Logical Justification for Pursuing Your Dreams, and diverse offerings of education in leadership and group dynamics via the 'Hold the Standard' Summit, online education, and consultancy.

NEW Digital Course: Hold the Standard Summit

From a small city in Spain in 2017, the Hold the Standard Summit has toured the globe several times over. After years of traveling, it’s time for the course to

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Keeping a Short Leash on Dissonance

I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting lately and I find that there’s a great deal of dissonance in my thinking. As I reflect on the things I like about

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DEUCE Presents: Strongman Record Breakers

Our non-profit organization, DEUCE Community Inc., is taking over the world-famous Muscle Beach on Saturday, June 11th for an event unlike any other. First-time strongman participants, professional strong men and

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Gym Etiquette: Watching a Lift

Let’s be honest here. There’s plenty of incredible things to look at in the gym. The action at DEUCE is quite the spectacle, but how you observe the performances in

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DEUCE Community Inc Receives Non-Profit Status

On December 3 2018, I received an email from a young man in Texas that would end up changing my life. The line that stuck out was:  “I used to

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