Koehn Training Systems was created to inspire people to optimize their physical, mental, and emotional well-being through scientific research, personalized programming, and actionable information.
Blake Koehn, Founder
M.S., Exercise Physiology | Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
Blake Koehn, Founder of K.T.S., graduated from San Diego State University with a masters degree in exercise Physiology. As a multi-sport athlete throughout his life, his passion for health and fitness was rooted early in his childhood. Continued education, self-interest, and years of experience as a strength and conditioning coach led to the creation of K.T.S. today. In addition to being the founder of K.T.S., Blake works with the Edge Fitness Group as a strength & conditioning coach, trainer and director of research. His passion for health and fitness has also expanded into nutritional guidance and programming for athletes and those wishing to lose weight.
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Your individual health and wellness journey is just that, your individual journey! It can be easy to get caught up in the minute details and the 5%, but it is important to take a step back and look at the big picture from time to time. Pareto’s Principle, commonly referred to as the 80/20 rule, suggests … Read More
In the social-media age, everyone has a platform to voice their opinions. In the past, one had to earn a platform to voice their opinion on their topic of interest, but today social media has provided that to each and every person automatically. This leads to a massive quantity of opinions, personal biases, and potential … Read More
Over the past year or more, I’ve found myself really diving into learning more about the power of belief. Although it seems obvious that believing in yourself and your ability to have success in whichever area of life you choose, is there something more than just simply being positive and optimistic going on? My journey … Read More
Today’s Monday Motivator is a reminder to trust the process. Whether it be in business, academics, or your health and fitness pursuits, it can be a long process but one that is worth it. The biggest reminder for me when I tend to feel overwhelmed with lack of progress or how much further I have … Read More
In order to get the most out of your workouts and feel your best each day, you need to incorporate maintenance/mobility exercises into your fitness regime. There are two approaches to this: 1) Dedicate a “workout” day entirely to mobility/stretching/maintenance work or 2) Incorporate daily exercises, shorter in length to get the same total volume … Read More
With almost four months of 2017 already gone, how have your resolutions and lifestyle changes held up? If you’re like most, life has probably intervened more than once and may have knocked you off course. Whether it is lack of time, busy work schedule, other obligations, or burnout, many factors can kill your enthusiasm and … Read More
How are your New Years resolutions going? Are you among the roughly 42% of people who have already quit working toward their resolution. Losing weight/eating healthier was the top New Years resolution of 2017 (21.4% of people). So knowing that health and fitness is among the top New Years resolution and almost half quit after … Read More
Usually, the beginning of the New Year also means making some changes. One of the biggest changes is taking control of one’s health and fitness. Making exercise and/or diet changes can be a bit overwhelming at first. The key is not to get stuck before you begin! Below I’m going to list five of my … Read More
The last Monday of 2016! Most people will look back on their year and analyze the good and bad before setting those new goals and resolutions. What did they accomplish? Learn? Enjoy? What things do they wish would have gone differently? Change, and the momentum from those changes, comes after analyzing the past. I encourage … Read More