online personal training


online coaching

Ready to take your physique to the next level?


Online coaching is kind of like in-person coaching, but there are several advantages the biggest of which is this:

With online coaching, you get both freedom and ease.

  • You don’t have to rush through the traffic to be at the gym at exactly 6:00 pm for fear that you’ll lose valuable minutes that you’ve paid for.
  • You also don’t need to struggle to remember each lesson, tip, trick, or other nugget of knowledge, because everything will be in written form for you to check back and refer to.
  • You don’t need to scramble and ask me everything in a hurry. You get to gather your thoughts, put them in an email and simply click ‘Send.’
  • Most importantly, you don’t have to constrain yourself to the local coaches that are available. You can work with whomever you choose, even if you’re 15.000 kilometers apart.

We are still tracking progress, and you’re still getting personalized training and nutrition plans, but you get to apply everything on your own time and whenever it’s convenient for your schedule.

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  • Personalized touch - You’ll have my full attention through email, and you can ask me virtually anything you wish to know or aren’t sure of.

    My goal is to build a relationship with you based on mutual respect, understanding, and trust. More importantly, I’m not looking to keep you as a client forever. I want to help you become an independent lifter and look awesome for years to come.

    Because of that, my first and biggest priority is to deliver value.
  • I practice what I preach and have done so in less than favorable circumstances - For a long time, I had a day job as a mechanic in an auto shop. I was there six days a week for a total of 56 hours.

    To say that fitting in meals some days was a difficult task would be an understatement. Hell, I’ve had days where finding the time for lunch was a challenge.

    After work, I headed to a nearby gym where I worked as a part-time trainer until 10 pm.

    The owner of the gym was a friend and was gracious enough to let me train after 10 pm and close up the gym. The upside was I never had to deal with a crowded gym, everything was in my disposal.

    The downside was, I would be home past 11:30 pm and in bed around 12:30-1 am (after showering, preparing meals for the following day, and of course, having dinner).

    I followed that schedule for over four years, and have learned a ton of stuff about balancing working out with a physically-demanding job.

    More importantly, I understand the struggles of my clients all too well because I’ve had to deal with most of them myself.

    The knowledge and experiences are yours for the taking, should you decide that you want them.
  • I’m honest and I have no reason not to be - Look, this might sound lame, but it’s true. My goal from day one has always been to deliver value. I’ve had this blog for over four years and making money has never been a priority for me.

    I am more than comfortable evaluating you and letting you know whether we’d be a good match.


  • A nutritional plan designed specifically for you and you alone. As my client, I’ll provide you with the caloric range and macronutrient composition you will need to reach your goals. How much of what, when, and why.

    Plus, I’ll share with you tons of tips and tricks in regards to meal frequency, food choices, fasting, tracking calories, and many more things I’ve picked up over the years through trial and error.

    To all that, I’ll also provide you with a sample meal plan based on your nutritional needs, so you get a better idea as to what you can eat to hit your numbers.
  • A training plan designed specifically for you. You will receive a training plan tailored specifically for your goals, preferences, schedule, and injury history.

    To all of that, I’ll share with you what I’ve learned over the years in regards to training, recovery, and autoregulation on the go.
  • A hand-picked collection of the best instructional videos for 100 exercises. I’ve curated the very best instructional videos in a handy PDF for your convenience.
  • Two full-fledged PDFs guides on training and nutrition. They are filled with tons of actionable and accurate information to take your fitness to the next level. I’ll always be there for you, but knowing why you are doing (or aren’t doing) is very important and serves as a stepping stone for you on your journey to becoming a self-sufficient athlete.

Take the guesswork out of it.


I put quite a bit of effort into the recruitment process both online and offline because I want to make sure that the people I work with align with my skill set and expertise.

That way, it's easier for me and my client and everybody wins.

1. Fill out the form.

2. I’ll read it thoroughly and decide whether we would be a good fit.

3. I’ll send you my coaching offer along with my suggestion as to what the best course of action would be.

4. If you like what you see, we'll begin the process of setting up the coaching.

5. I’ll create an invoice for payment, and I’ll send you the extra client questionnaire and tracking sheet that you’ll have to fill out for me.

6. Once the payment has cleared and you’ve returned the sheet and questionnaire to me, you can expect your personalized plans along with all the bonus material in your inbox within 24 to 36 hours.


1. I work with guys, generally between the ages of 20 and 45 who are experienced with lifting weights.

The majority of guys I’ve coached were in their early thirties with jobs, families, and other responsibilities.

2. You must be willing to track your food intake (calories & macros).

Accuracy and consistency with the tracking of food and training are two critical components for success in the gym. If you’ve never done it before and don’t have experience in the department, I’ll guide you through it all, as long as you’re willing to learn.

3. You should have some lifting experience and be able to perform the most common exercises.

I don’t need you to be the most proficient lifter on the planet, but you do need to have some experience with the gym and the weights.

4. You should be healthy and injury-free.

As I’ve stated numerous times, I’m not a physical therapist or a doctor and would not be comfortable charging you money if I don’t think I can help you.

5. You should be somebody I can help personally.

I’ve made sure to structure the application form in a way that tells me whether we’d be a good fit to work together. This allows me to work with folks within my skillset. If I can’t help you, I’ll tell you.

6. You should be fine with in-depth instructions and be ready to apply yourself.

I’m not one to give you a simple workout template and leave you be. I’ll always provide you with detailed instructions and bonus PDF materials to help you grasp things quicker and progress better.

7. No vegans or vegetarians.

I’ve got nothing against you if you are, but I simply don’t work with people like that. My biggest reason is the incredible difficulty I’ve faced in the past when working with such people.


How much does it cost?​​​​​

How long before I see positive results from your coaching?

What is required of me, as a client?

​I’m taking <insert steroid here> / planning to do <insert cycle here>. Can I work with you?

​What type of equipment am I going to need?

​Do I have to give up my favorite foods?

​I hate cardio with a passion. Will you have me do it?

​How do I pay for your services?

​Can I just get a meal plan or training program from you?

Ready to embark on a guess-free journey?