Top Ten Common Nutrition and Fitness Myths

The experts here at CLIENTEL3 have gathered the top nutrition and fitness myths we hear the most. To help you weed through the clutter and become the most knowledgeable you can be. Between fitness magazines, bloggers, and everything else on the internet, it’s hard to tell what’s beneficial when it comes to health and fitness. When… Continue reading Top Ten Common Nutrition and Fitness Myths

Three Key Components to Motivation

Decades ago in Dade County Florida, the local government banned the sale of laundry detergents with phosphates. Phosphates had a great motivation and were very good for cleaning but pretty bad for the environment, causing algae to explode in growth. This leads to oxygen reduction, which leads to animals dying, which isn’t good. It was… Continue reading Three Key Components to Motivation

Acute Motivation Strategies to Power Your Life

*Aspects of this article are taken from Unbeatable Mind by Mark Divine, a book I highly recommend. This is for those times where you do not feel like getting it done, putting in the effort, or taking the easy option. It’s for the do-ers that don’t feel like doing, because we all need an extra… Continue reading Acute Motivation Strategies to Power Your Life

5 Tips For Being Healthier, Happier, and Leaner

Tips For Being Healthier Most people are under the impression that to be lean and healthy one must slave away for hours in the gym. Monotonously count calories and engage in restrictive diets whilst remaining in a constant state of unhappiness and stress. I admire the willingness to change but the logic of this approach… Continue reading 5 Tips For Being Healthier, Happier, and Leaner

How To Build Muscle: Guide to Getting “Jacked” in Ten Years

When you are starting to set up a plan towards your fitness goals, you always try to think about the type of body you want to get. Whether your goals are to lose weight or to tone, muscles are the most important part to develop in this path. This is how to build muscle, a… Continue reading How To Build Muscle: Guide to Getting “Jacked” in Ten Years

Fitness Success: A Health Perspective

I’ve been a personal trainer and strength coach now for almost 10 years. It’s an incredibly interesting thing to me to see how people react differently to the same exact plan. What is Fitness Success? What is Fitness Success? I’m not referring to physiological reactions to strength training programs or to changes in body composition… Continue reading Fitness Success: A Health Perspective