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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Tareq Azim has become one of my most preferred resources for all things health and wellness. Much more than just personal trainer, Tareq describes himself as someone who “understands how to utilize the efficacy of sport and physical activity to hone in on key mental and emotional deficiencies” Tareq has done this not only within himself, … Read More
Rapamycin, mTor, 24-48-72 hour water fasts, going vegan, carnivore….the list of extreme interventions goes on and on. Rarely do you think of the long-term, sustainable approach when it comes to reaching your goals. In today’s social media world, the rational, long term approach isn’t sexy and doesn’t capture one’s attention in a limited allotted time. … Read More
Hyper-intention: A neurosis that causes patients to be unable to accomplish that which they intend. In Victor Frankl’s Man Search For Meaning, hyper-intention is discussed as being overly focused on the goal and consequently ignoring innate truths such as the time required and the laws of nature.In psychotherapy, paradoxical intention is the deliberate practice of … Read More
Featured Presentations: Select Issues In Pain Management For The Youth & Adolescent Athlete Revisiting The Science Of Altitude Training Overview Of The Endocannabinoid System And Exercise Additional Note-Worthy Presentations: Synergistic Perspectives Of Exercise And Other Non-Opiate Treatments For Patients With Chronic Pain How To Approach The Athletic Body Ideal? Prevention And Treatment Of Eating Disorders … Read More
Motivation in the short term…Discipline for the long haul. In regards to your overall health and quality of life, discipline will likely be of greater service than motivation. If you’ve taken a self-interest in health and wellness, you’ve likely come across the “Blue Groups” and how people will try to extrapolate various theories on why … Read More
This past weekend, Tiger Woods won what is regarded as one of the most challenging sporting competitions (again). He did this after YEARS of what people from the outside looking in said were “career ending setbacks.” The family, personal and physical setbacks not only could each individually derail anyone’s pursuit of their goals, but in … Read More
Doing the hard work, the thing you avoid most, is typically the most important thing to be done. What makes it more challenging? When it’s most needed is usually at the time you wish to avoid it the most as well. Take the time, move at your own pace, and move forward in whatever area … Read More
“Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to achieve anything useful.” Short and sweet motivator today: Do you currently take the time to reflect to assess, redirect and prioritize?
The balancing act has been for me, and I’m sure for others, a difficult task to manage. On one side you have your daily tasks, short and long term goals, and projections for your future you’d like to accomplish. On the other side you have the present moment, enjoying the process and the uncertainty that … Read More