Are you ready for the Summertime Shred?

Its almost time people!  As We pass through spring summer creeps up around the corner.  You know what that means! its time to cut out the bacon and cheese omelettes and bring in spinach and egg whites.  Everyone has a different plan or technique to get cut, and majority of the plans from credited publishers are correct.  Although their techniques are correct, everyone’s body is different and respond different.  This is why you need to do your research!  It is not just about grabbing a lighter dumbbell and crushing a few more reps or passing up on that bowl of ice-cream after dinner.  Although these examples are a part of the process, it is important to understand the process as a whole and the decisions you make relative to how they effect your body.  I believe it is very important to view numerous amounts of plans(that are similar) understand the similarity and the differences then make a decision to what suits you and your body type best.

Take the information from these articles and more to further your knowledge on how to get shredded.  I recomend when choosing a plan to choose a single plan.  By presenting multiple sources and options it creates the ability to further your own understanding on programs and techniques of shredding.  But this is not for you to pick bits and peices of information from multiple sources that you like to create your own plan.  Programs are programs, they are written with particular reasoning and purpose behind each set and calorie.  Understanding other programs can help you grasp and decide on yours with  confidence, not to become a credible fitness programmer yourself.

Here are a few links to credible  fitness community experts on how to get that summer time shred body…

https://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/8-week-summer-shred

https://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/six-week-shred-torch-fat-with-hiit-100s.html

http://www.mensfitness.com/weight-loss/burn-fat-fast/7-ways-shred-body-fat-7-days

http://www.myprotein.com/thezone/training/ripped-in-8-weeks/

Who am I?

My name is Kyler, I previously was a personal trainer for a big time corporation.  I loved the community and atmosphere I was in yet did not like the constant  big brother feeling  placed over myself.  My goal is to create a free flowing community of like minded people.   The only thing more rewarding then reaching my own goals is helping others reach theirs.  Its about the challenge of change and overcoming whatever barrier life has placed in-front of you. The body achieves what the mind believes and this blog is to help anyone, anywhere, anyway we can.

With this being said the purpose of this blog is to gather any and all information the can help individuals relate and progress towards their own goals.  Everybody has their own starting point, everyone has their own specific goal, everyone has their own idea on how to successfully achieve said goal.  With the ability to create a community comes the ability to find others that are like minded or on the same journey as you are.  Fitness goals are for an individual but can be achieved through group efforts.

Whether it is a single certified personal trainer or an entire website, information can constantly be shared and contributed to ones fitness journey.  The objective is to drawl in all of the useful and meaningful information or variations of information and fitness techniques to allow persons to realize there is one destination(goal) but many roads that can lead you there.

Fitness is health and health is everywhere.  In the kitchen, in the bedroom, in the work place, in the gym, on the turf, on the court, on the field, heck it can be on your living room floor.  Many fail to realize how simply and effective some exercises or lifestyle techniques can help lead to progression.  It is NetFit’s job to share and show this to any and all.

Free weights

There is no excuse for not exercising!  You can make a gym at home with a few simple tools.  The easiest and most inexpensive are resistance bands and dumbbells.  You can by sets of 5lb, 10lb, and 15lb dumb bells for $30-$60 and be ready to go!