Hey everyone! My name is Kevin, Co-Founder of KESH Fitness, and I just want to welcome you into the world of bodybuilding and more! I, along with others, will be blogging about workouts, nutrition, sports performance programs, and supplementation to help everyone reach their health/fitness goal s!!! After training two years along side with personal trainers, athletes, physical therapists, and nutritionists, my friends and I want to share our knowledge to you all!
KESH Fitness is not just an ordinary blog or forum about fitness that reblogs pictures of healthy food and “beautiful fit people”. KESH Fitness, a non-profit organization, focuses on providing proven facts about Fitness; workouts that have been used by many, anatomy about the body, nutrition and meal plans that scientists deem healthy, and supplements that gives bodybuilders and everyday people an edge. KESH is a lifestyle. In KESH, we consider ourselves as a family since we all have the same goals to begin with: To help educate others about Fitness. Your Progress is the fuel that keeps us going in writing fitness articles. Seeing how you all are doing so well makes us want to continue posting more articles to help you in your journey to a better lifestyle.
Before starting any fitness, nutrition, sports performance program, please consult with your physician/ doctor! Your doctor/physician will tell you if you can’t train a particular muscle because of previous injuries, or if the supplement you take is bad for you because of age, sex, or allergies!
Here are just a few things to keep in mind when starting!
Acknowledge your goals! Whether it’s improving your abilities in sports, gaining or losing weight, to improve overall health/fitness, or even to create a more attractive body, it’s crucial that you never forget what you’re working towards!
Take pictures of your status! Have a friend or family member log your progress as you continue on with your program! This will keep you motivated knowing you’ve gone so far!
Accessories! Workout Shoes, gloves, belts, wrist wraps, wrist straps, and music should be beneficial for you if you fear injuries and/or need extra motivation (music!)
Workout Log! Keep in mind of how much weight you are using and what exercise you perform. This will help keep track of your progress and to see where you need to improve on!
Working out at home or gym! It’s a luxury to afford a gym pass or even own gym equipments! It’s good to know your environment you will be working around. Whether it’s what machines works on what muscle groups, or if you need to clear some space so that you can have a comfortable work out!
Nutrition Log! Keep track of everything you eat throughout the day if you’re trying to lose or gain weight! Keep in mind of how much calories you consume and how much you burn throughout your day!
When should you train? The time of day that you train is also crucial. Knowing that you are going to train in the morning means you should stretch more often before working out. Training at night, you might not need to stretch, but stretching is recommended!
Obstacles and Setbacks! The road ahead of you is not smooth. There will be many obstacles you’ll have to get through and setbacks such as injuries to be careful of! Train safely and push through all obstacles! Nothing is real if you don’t believe in yourself!
Muscle Soreness: Muscle soreness is something that you all have to fight through the following day or two after your workout. Muscle soreness is also a sign that you are building muscles and that you’ve worked hard!
“The Pump”: The pump is the feeling you get when blood is rushed towards your exercised muscle group. It’s an amazing feeling! Your muscles should expand, and you’ll get a natural good feeling from the fresh oxygen brought to your muscles by blood and the endorphins and enkephalins released into your body!
The Mind. The mind is the most important part of any training! When you are close to failure, it’s the mind that gives up first before the body. The willingness and determination to continue through the workout will help keep your mind off the pain! Train hard! Don’t give up!
“Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing.”
― Muhammad Ali
Thanks for Reading!!