Justin Kompf

Website: https://clientel3.com/

Justin Kompf

Justin Kompf is a PhD candidate at the University of Massachusetts at Boston in the exercise and health sciences program where he also teaches strength and conditioning courses. Prior to his work at UMass Boston, he was the head strength coach at SUNY Cortland. Justin is a certified strength and conditioning coach and personal trainer. He also works at CLIENTEL3, a personal training studio in downtown Boston.

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7 Advanced Push-Up Variations for a Shredded, Stronger Body

Push-Ups are a staple in many strength training routines. Due to their tremendous versatility, they can be used as a warm-up, a primary exercise or...

10 Sled Exercises to Challenge Your Whole Body

Eyes wide with a sense of impending doom, the stuttering statements often go something like this: "Wha-wha-what are we going to do with that?" Or s...

7 Quick Routines That Will Make Your Biceps Bigger

If you're hitting the gym, you're probably doing it for one of two reasons—to improve your health and fitness, or to look better. Maybe both. But...

5 Cardio Routines for People Who Hate Running

After a decadent night out in the North End of Boston which concluded with a cappuccino and cannoli, I felt the need to get moving and stay moving the...

The 'Mechanical' Drop Set: A Muscle-Building Tactic You've Never Tried

People lift weights to enhance muscular growth, strength and athleticism. Several techniques exist to enhance any one or combination of these qualitie...

Combine Strength Training and Bodybuilding for Optimal Muscle Growth

Bodybuilding is a sport that deals in aesthetics and symmetry in the pursuit muscle growth. Competitors are more concerned with fatiguing the muscles,...

3 Loading Schemes to Build Muscle Size

It is well established that strength is heavily influenced by muscle size. Bigger muscles can produce more force than smaller muscles. Achieving high...

Should You Train for Absolute or Explosive Strength?

There are several ways to describe strength. One way is absolute strength which is measured as how much an individual can lift. This is usually at slow...

Build a Successful Long-Term Weight Training Program

Have you been weight training for years only to realize you're lifting just ten to twenty more pounds on each lift? Are you a high school athletes who...

Build Max Power with the Box Squat

The squat is an exercise that athletes around the world perform and is in almost every strength and conditioning program. There is a variety of squats...

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