Tyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu comes to Barwis’ gym to prep for his first year with the St. Louis Cardinals and learns that it takes more than just talent to make it in the NFL or in life.
Barwis and the guys take on a new client in Cleveland Indians' star slugger Nick Swisher. Swisher just came off a down season so Barwis uses some unorthodox methods for ramping up the power of his swing. A young up-and-comer from the New York Mets challenges Swisher, however, making his overall attitude tough for the guys to handle.
At Barwis' gym, you play by the rules -- his rules! When the NFL's most notorious player Ndamukong Suh comes to work on his speed and explosiveness, competition with the other massive pro players gets intense, physical and out of hand. As the tempers flare, it's up to Barwis to get the athletes in line, even putting them in their place if he has to!
It's the beginning of football's off-season and NFL players are flocking from all over the country to Barwis' gym to become better athletes and better people. This year, though, Barwis has a special case -- the incendiary Super Bowl champion Richard Sherman. To get through Sherman's tough exterior, Barwis pairs him with a young NFL prospect struggling to achieve his dream.
Washington's Pierre Garcon comes to Barwis' gym talking smack about quarterback RG3, prompting Barwis to challenge the star receiver in a new and unique way. Garcon goes head-to-head with a young receiver who's fighting back after an injury to see if he has what it takes to stay at the top of his game.
Retired NFL star Shawne Merriman shows up at Barwis' gym to begin training to be Hollywood's next big action hero. Barwis was always taught to finish what you start, so he attempts to convince the athlete to bo back to where his heart is -- pro football.