Private Coaching

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15 thoughts on “Private Coaching

  1. Hi,
    I’m interested in personal coaching and just want to see if this might be for me. I currently do crossfit at crossfit riverside and have been here for a year. I love the strength part but I don’t feel that I have the body results I really desire. I’d love to get advice on what route I should go in!

    Thank you (:

    • Dear Marissa

      I’m so sorry I never responded to this message. I hope you have navigated the past many months and found your groove in training. If for any reason you are still interested in discussing training and possible coaching with me please email me at

      Best Regards,

  2. Hey,

    My name is Michael, I wanted to see if you provide nutrition/daily diet plans. For gaining muscle. Recommendations or other information regarding nutrition. Simple plans or formats that I could follow to reach my goal!


    Michael Laurenti

  3. Hi marcus,

    I have noticed in a lot of your Instagram posts that you do a lot of accessory work. Do you follow a specific program that has that or do you do it yourself? I have been realizing lately how important it is and could use some direction on how to incorporate it.

  4. Hey Marcus, I follow you on Instagram and really like your programming. It is exactly what I would like to be doing, I know you offer personal coaching, but I honestly cannot afford that as I am a college student. I was wondering if you will ever publish or offer just programming like many other boxes do online? For example, Invictus. I understand that you don’t have the staff that Invictus does, but of course you are writing programming for others and yourself anyways, and offering it online would be greatly appreciated by many. Thanks for reading at the very least, and helping others in their goals.

    Best Regards,

    Tyler L.

    • Hey Tyler,

      Thank you for following along. I can appreciate that being a student means that your budget is tight. I was a student for many years. I learned that I had to really prioritize what I truly wanted in my life, budget for those things, and sacrifice others. I chose to make all my own food in medical school, and live in a slightly less fancy apartment, so I could afford to train at a nice gym and pay the membership dues that it asked for. If you look at your finances today there are ways to budgeting for things you really want by cutting expenses. If it matters that much to you I know you can find a way to make it happen.

      In the meantime I will continue to share ideas, training concepts, videos, etc… on my website and social media channels that you can have access to for free. I hope you continue to find them useful.

      • Thanks for the quick response, it’s nice to see the commitment to your website. I fully understand what your reply, even though unfortunately I cannot afford it no matter how much I would budget due to expenses that are non-negotiatable (gas, food, payments, etc.) Hopefully at a later date I will be in a better position where I have less payments, more income, and still enough time to spend training. Thanks again, and I appreciate the content that you do put out.

        Tyler L.

  5. I just started crossfit about 6 months ago and now I relocated to another area in south Florida. With my last box they had their own programming for their extreme athletes so I was doing two workouts today. My fitness goals is to not to just become fit but I want a to compete is a physique competition in November of next year and eventually doing some fitness modeling. Would you be able to assist??

    • Dear Calvin,

      It sounds like you are pretty clear about your goals. Aesthetic goals would likely best be achieved through a focused program that isn’t just driven by a performance fitness approach. I’d encourage you to go down the route of following an individualized program with your physique goals as the priority, but the exercise selection that will keep you enjoying what you are doing and staying excited about training.

  6. Hey Marcus,
    I’m very interested in working with you specifically.
    My focus is Olympic Weightlifting and I’m aiming to compete and give a real go in 2018-2020 in weightlifting and possibly CrossFit, so I’ve got the long game in mind, but I also want to look good in the process! #functionalbodybuilding The sooner the better for sure. I’m a general manager at a rapidly growing Globo gym, Aspire Fitness, so time is tight but I am ready to work.
    Jayme Olson

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