About a year ago I realized how many runners were using Kemme Fitness. In response, I created K-Crosstrain to try and guide them into a cross-training program. K-Crosstrain is an 8 week program, an ebook in pdf format you can click and download.
It answers some common questions and provides several workouts for you, depending on what equipment you have, for the duration of 8 weeks.
As 2011 wore on, I decided to help our readers who are exercising at home to create the very same pieces of exercise equipment I was testing out.
That spawned The Low Cost Gym, another downloadable free ebook. This ebook has instructions on how to make your very own Slosh Tube and homemade Clubbell.
Later, as the year wore on some more, I kept receiving an increasing amount of feedback about the pros and cons of Kemme Fitness. The biggest “con” or complaint was that even the Beginner page of workouts is still not user friendly. It takes several minutes to click on the various workouts to see which ones are right for you. People were sick of wasting their “exercise time” surfing for the workout.
Well that worked out perfectly for all of us with New Year’s resolutions, because I released K-Fit just the other day in time for folks ready to start 2012 anew. K-Fit is a 12 week program, in the usual free pdf ebook you can download here.
K-Fit became instantly popular among our readers, so that got me a think’n. Next to come: K-Challenge. K-Challenge will be similar to K-Fit, except instead of being a program for those newer to Functional Fitness, it will be a compilation of our most intense workouts.
Oh Yeah! You think you are nuts? Wait until you begin K-Challenge later this spring.
That brings us to the purpose of this post. After K-Challenge, I want to release yet another 12 week program. The difference with this program will be its use of equipment. At this point, I am shooting for Pull-up Bar, Slosh Tube, Clubbell, and Medicine ball. That may change, but it will be something similar.
In the spirit of the other programs, I of course will have it named K-something or other. You know, brand identification. I just can’t seem for the life of me to figure out what the something or other is actually going to be.
K-Homemade? K-Craziness? I don’t know. Please share with us your thoughts and leave some comments on your ideas. Whoever’s name I use will get a free copy of the free ebook. Talk about incentives to participate!!
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K – kk … no wait I don’t think that’s a good one.
K – as seen on TV! (or Youtube)
K – Y … yikes, I think that’s one taken
K – Made in the USA
K – Nuts … on second thought, that sounds like a cereal
K – Made Home Solutions … sorta sounds like a clearing product
K – Freak aka K – Freak your neighbors out & let them think you belong in a mental hospital (that one might be too long)
🙂 🙂 🙂 I’m really not all that helpful am I?
How about K-Razy Fitness Fun!!!
Wow, I sure am glad I have more than my friends commenting on this site! 🙂
I’ve been out of town and a bit unplugged, but Seth already came up with my suggestion of K-Razi.
K-Fit NG, for Next Generation, like Star Trek!
K-Fit 3: This time its Personal, like an action movie!
K-Fitter! Or is that too close to Crossfitter?
“The Workout Who Shall Not Be Named”
I love the last one, although I am still not sure it will fit nicely on a title page 🙂