I might be in a rut!
The beginning of 2012 was marked with the design of our 12 week programs. K-Fit was followed by K-Challenge, K-Element, and finally K-Basic. Check out this page for your free copies if you haven’t already. That kept me pretty busy for the first several months of the year.
Going back in history – in years past I have had goals such as: learning gymastic movements, performing a Muscle-up, designing home workouts, helping with weight loss for some folks, all the way to my recent trend of running bootcamps.
Back to 2012. After completing the 12 week programs, I finished my manuscript for a Kemme Fitness book. After some thought, I decided to split it into two (Kemme Fitness User Guide and Functional Fitness Defined) and added them for free to the website as ebooks. That kept me busy for a while and kept my mind off the workouts. For some odd reason, writing about fitness helps me to keep interested in working out.
I am still creating bootcamp workouts and running those, however, I feel I need another goal to keep me motivated. Mental games are the toughest part of working out. See here for previous posts on the subject.
Since Kemme Fitness is about sharing, I am once again asking for your help to share with me. Give me some good ideas for my next goal. I need something to keep in the game. Just leave a comment on this post. Or you can simply share what goals you have set for yourself recently. Who knows, you may inspire somebody else – including me!