Monday Motivator (9.19.16)

September 19, 2016By blakeMonday Motivators

In order to continue to grow and advance, you must continue to learn. Whether it is health and fitness, sports performance, nutrition, or life, taking an unbiased approach to learning new things may help you gain a better understanding and ultimately decide what works best for you. This week try to take an unbiased approach … Read More

Monday Motivator (9.12.16)

September 12, 2016By blakeMonday Motivators

Falling off track can lead to a downward spiral and it can seem impossible to get back to where you once were. Often times in health and fitness it isn’t until something major happens…an injury, trying on clothes that use to fit, performing an athletic event that you use to be able to do but can … Read More

Private One-On-One Training!

September 11, 2016By blakeNews

KTS is happy to announce recent partnering with the Edge Training Group allowing private one-on-one training in San Diego, California! A private studio located in the Mission Hills neighborhood offers one-on-one training, a large and clean studio with a variety of equipment and private restrooms/locker rooms. Contact to set up your initial visit to … Read More

Monday Motivator (7.5.16)

September 5, 2016By blakeMonday Motivators

Today’s motivator is short and open to interpretation. A phrase I have heard in one form or another in various settings that can apply to most everyone…. “Don’t confuse the byproducts of success with the causes of success” 

Monday Motivator (8.30.16)

August 30, 2016By blakeMonday Motivators

Changes are often be hardest at the beginning. Getting back in shape, losing weight, getting healthier, faster, stronger….it all takes time. Even self-change and self-improvement is a journey and there is no quick fix. Rather than being discouraged by how far you have left to go, focus on bettering yourself each day. By trying to … Read More

4 Ways To Naturally Increase Your Testosterone!

August 25, 2016By blakeNews

4 Ways to Naturally Increase Your Testosterone! Everyone knows that if you want to get bigger, stronger or faster you have to put in the work in the gym. Aside from the work you put in, hormone levels and genetics can play a huge role in your progress and potential to improve. Although you cannot … Read More

Monday Motivator (8.22.16)

August 22, 2016By blakeMonday Motivators

In a world full of self-help books that can, at times, target what is termed the “personality ethic“, it’s easy to get caught up in talking, planning, fantasizing, etc. The personality ethic targets you actions, attitudes, and behaviors hoping to create a better human interaction. However, other books emphasize what is termed the “character ethic” … Read More

Dynamics of locomotor fatigue during supra-critical power exercise in humans

August 20, 2016By blakeNews

Dynamics of locomotor fatigue during supra-critical power exercise in humans Blake W. Koehn, Austin Swisher, Stanley Yong, Jonathan Cunha, Daniel T. Cannon School of Exercise & Nutritional Sciences, College of Health & Human Services, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, USA Running title: Dynamics of locomotor fatigue Keywords: isokinetic, exercise intolerance, kinetics, exhaustion Corresponding … Read More

Monday Motivator (8.15.16)

August 16, 2016By blakeMonday Motivators

John “Jocko” Willink is a retired United States Navy SEAL, who received the Silver Star and Bronze Star for his actions in the Iraq War. Willink was commander of SEAL Team Three’s Task Unit Bruiser during the Battle of Ramadi. Today, Jocko has his own podcast where he offers motivation in the forms of his … Read More