Coach Chad Marr


I’ve been actively involved in the fitness industry for over 30 years and have developed relationships with some of the industries most respected leaders and educators.

My experience ranges from Personal Trainer and Fitness Director to General Club Manager.  As Personal Trainer and Fitness Director, I have trained and managed successful teams of trainers at high end fitness clubs in the Dallas area while collaborating with educators in the industry to promote and host continuing education programs.

My unique training experience and background has afforded me the opportunity to work with a diverse group of people over the years including professionals in the arena of Body Building, Football, Basketball & Baseball in addition to amateurs in lacrosse, swimming, cheerleading and volleyball.

I have designed training methods that have proven successful in developing athletes and my clients while overcoming weaknesses and asymmetries that are inherent in sports as well as day to day living.

I have adapted this training technique to be used in small group settings to allow more people the opportunity to train and experience its benefits.
Anyone can make you sweat, we will make you better.

If you have the desire to be your best and are willing to do the work it’s time to put our knowledge and experience to work for you.

Griffin Bailey

Griffin Bailey, originally from Lexington, KY pitched at the University of Louisville (2003-2006) graduating with a degree in Sports Administration. After college he played minor league baseball for the Houston Astros and New York Yankees organizations, as well as several independent teams before retiring in 2012. Griffin was known for his hard fastball clocking in the mid-90’s during the later part of his career. Coming out of college his fastball was 88-91mph, within a few years he was throwing 94-96 mph and he credits his work with weighted balls and arm care for his gains in velocity. Since retiring, he began coaching youth baseball and is a pitching/hitting instructor at D-BAT Frisco. In 2015, Griffin was recognized as the National Instructor of the Year for D-BAT Academies. He will continue to coach at D-BAT Frisco but joined the Icon Gym staff in March of 2018 to focus more on the physical development and training of young athletes, because as he says it “a great skillset will always be limited without strength and speed.”

“The number 1 rule.”