KepFit is based upon my belief that the word “fitness” can be broken down into two units: The “fit” emphasizes physical capacity or ability, which is typically acquired through resistance training, cardiovascular workouts, stretching, and any other physical work that pushes your body to respond and adapt. The suffix “ness” is not so easily understood in this case, nor is it as easily acquired.
The “ness” is embodied in a willingness to think outside of the box and return to simplicity. It is as easy as experiencing a sense of physical gratification from something as simple as climbing a tree or exploring a new walking path. It may also be the challenge to participate in an activity that may be completely foreign to you, or to push your mental limit trying to finish that final .2 of the 26.2 miles in a marathon. Having this “ness” includes fueling your body with natural, whole foods and realizing that there is more to being truly, wholly fit than mere physical strength or endurance. KepFit is focused on this idea of an overall ‘fit-ness.’