Visualization and its importance in the fitness industry

Whether you are an experienced fitness athlete or a regular person that is starting his fitness path, it is normal to wonder how to improve your strength, technique, and performance without physical exercise. Here is when we find the term visualization and its importance in the fitness industry. Visualization and the Fitness Industry If you… Continue reading Visualization and its importance in the fitness industry

4 Steps to finding your motivation

What is motivation? In fitness, it’s a common enemy for most beginners and the strongest ally for advanced athletes. Here is what you should do if you are interested in finding your motivation. It is also the key to any success story and the best part is that anyone can unlock it! Anyone who has worked… Continue reading 4 Steps to finding your motivation

5 Exclusive Tools that Separate CLIENTEL3 From Everyone Else

What exclusive tools can you find at CLIENTEL3? Walking into your typical big box gym you already know what to expect. The first quadrant is most likely filled with cardio machines, the second quadrant is over-saturated with strength machines, and the third quadrant and petite free weight section, which is usually overrun by dumbbell racks… Continue reading 5 Exclusive Tools that Separate CLIENTEL3 From Everyone Else

The ‘What’ and ‘Why’ of a Good Warm-Up

Nowadays, a warm-up routine tends to be all over the place. Some people don’t do it at all, others spend 20 minutes on the floor foam rolling and stretching themselves into human Play-Doh. Sure, they’re all somewhat applicable in certain situations, but which way is right? Which way will get me primed and ready to… Continue reading The ‘What’ and ‘Why’ of a Good Warm-Up

Proteus Motion Review

Built like a military turret, (which takes up just as much space too) the Proteus Motion has become popular among athletes of rotational sports such as golf, baseball, and hockey allowing for versatility to make an immense difference in performance. I wrote this review of the Proteus Motion system after training with it for over… Continue reading Proteus Motion Review

5 Mistakes that Could be Stopping You from Achieving Your Fitness Goals

Have you recently found yourself putting in time at the gym and logging hours with your trainer, but not seeing the results you want? Here is a list of the 5 mistakes that could be stopping you from achieving your fitness goals. Contrary to popular belief, no amount of exercise can do it all. Physical… Continue reading 5 Mistakes that Could be Stopping You from Achieving Your Fitness Goals

A Coach’s Perspective: How to create a fitness program – Part II

Welcome back! In this edition, we’ll go a little deeper into how to create a fitness program tailored to your needs!  How Much Do I Do in a Session? It can be time-dependent, but usually, 90 minutes is the longest your sessions should be unless you’re a powerlifter who’s taking 10 minutes between sets. I… Continue reading A Coach’s Perspective: How to create a fitness program – Part II

A Coach’s Perspective: My Approach with New Clients – Part I

Have you ever looked at your trainer’s plan for the day and wondered how did he plan this exercise equation? Without an educated eye, it can be nearly impossible to do. If you’re not interested in understanding why that is totally fine. Plenty of clients come just for convenience and the community, which is awesome.… Continue reading A Coach’s Perspective: My Approach with New Clients – Part I

Why You Should Diversify Your Movement Portfolio

In the fitness industry, there’s no shortage of avenues to travel down. Whether you fall in the category of a powerlifter, Olympic lifter, or collegiate athlete, every adaptation you make comes with a cost. A powerlifter who’s peaking for a meet will likely resemble a penguin the way they walk. Explosive athletes like Olympic lifters… Continue reading Why You Should Diversify Your Movement Portfolio

Building your Aerobic Base and Why we need to do it

When we talk about cardiovascular exercise nowadays what generally comes to mind a quick HIIT workout that lasts anywhere from 20 to 45 minutes.  In a world where we love immediate gratification, these workouts sound like a great idea; they are time efficient and we feel like we got crushed at the end of the… Continue reading Building your Aerobic Base and Why we need to do it