There you go, 5 complete Functional Fitness programs.
I never would have thought sharing some workouts with friends years ago would turn into the development of twelve week programs, let alone 5 of them. But the demand arose and the ideas flowed, and so the programs emerged. They darn near created themselves really.
A quick run down for those new to these programs: Let’s say you are overweight and totally out of shape. K-Basic only requires a $10 Physioball and you have 12 weeks. If you are in better shape and still can only afford the Physioball, you simply double the rounds on the circuits or add some bonus circuits in order to make K-Basic work for you.
For most people, such as runners and those who have been doing other forms of fitness, K-Fit would be the initial program for you. It is the introductory program with the required equipment being a Pull-up bar, Kettlebell, Medicine Ball, and Physioball. Once you finish K-Fit, you can go right into K-Challenge, which requires the same equipment, but is (obviously) more of a challenge.
K-Element was created for people working out at home who have created Clubbells and Slosh Tubes. Throw in a Medicine Ball and Pull-up Bar and I dare you to try this program!
Finally, I created K-Bootcamp for the specific purpose of working out with friends outside, or for trainers to use in their own bootcamps. I had learned of folks running groups through K-Fit, but K-Bootcamp is even easier to set up and more tailored to the class setting. (Just so you know, I don’t care if you make money off of me – someday I’ll figure out how to do that myself).Will there be more in the future? Who knows. But for now, I would love to hear some feedback. What program or programs have you done? How did you like it? Which ones would you recommend to friends? Have you run a class using the programs, and if so, how did it go? Are you looking forward to the K-Fit app for tablets to come out this year? Are you doing a program now? If so, how is it going for you?