We're super excited you're on our team! We will be in touch with your shortly via email with further instructions, but until then go ahead and get started on the checklist.
Pre- K-Fit 6 Checklist:
1.) Sign up for the K-Fit 6 Member Only Email Group.This is VERY IMPORTANT as
this will be one of your primary forms of contact from us. We’ll be emailing you daily with motivation, guidance and bonuses to help you in your 6 week journey. If you didn't receive a confirmation email to sign up for newsletter (Please allow 24 hrs from time of payment), simply email us and we'll take care of it: firstname.lastname@example.org
2.)Register to the ‘Members Only’ area of
kendrickfitness.com. This is where you’ll have access to all the goodies from
the K-Fit 6 program. Save them to your computer so you'll have access to it at all
times. You'll also have access to the group forum.You should receive an invite to register email from
us (Please allow 24 hrs from time of payment).If you don’t see one, please email
us at email@example.com
3.)Read the Starter Guide, Success Guide, Running
Workouts, Weekly Strength Workouts and get started on the Nutrition Guide right away.
4.) Use whatever days you have left till the program starts to CLEAN UP the kitchen of the junk and replace it with the nourishing foods that you’ll be eating (refer to Nutrition Guide). This way you'll be able to start on the right foot...or should I say food ;)
5.)Download ‘Lose it’ app on your phone. We’ll use this on the first week to keep track of the amount and quality of foods you’re eating daily. You may use other apps or simply write them down. It's important to know how many (and what type) calories you're consuming.
6.) Get your equipment ready. The weekly strength workouts can be done with minimal equipment. Refer to the Weekly Strength workout Ebook for illustrations. You may be able to replace some equipment with things around the house. Here's a list: · Resistance bands (ankle band and resistance band with handles) ·Furniture sliders or paper plates ·Steps (short and tall). A steady chair/bench will also work ·Set of dumbbells (anything between 5lbs-12lbs should work) Depending on your level of strength, you may just need one set for the whole program. ·Balance Core Disk. A sturdy pillow may do the trick here. This is a great piece of equipment to have. You'll be able to do lots of core exercises with it and most important is an awesome equipment to provide lower back support. Highly recommend having this around.
7.) Measure yourself! Get some body measurements and don't forget to write down the date. Ask somebody to help you. You may also keep track of your weight, but remember you'll be doing lots of strength/core training with this program which will help you build lean muscle. Don't obsess over the scale! Since muscle is much leaner than fat, your weight may be the same, but you'll look slimmer and your clothes will feel looser. This is why we like to take measurements over tracking weight. Weight can also fluctuate significantly based on hydration levels. After 6 weeks, measure yourself again and add your total inches (from all measurement sites). With a clean diet and smart training, that number should be smaller the second time around =)
*Weight loss and results from our programs will vary from person to person. Results may vary based on each client’s physical health, diet and adherence to our programs. The weight loss results described in testimonials or photos are not typical for every individual.