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Q: Why have you decided to make the business of
fitness your career?
A: “I had no choice. Sitting in a chair 20+ years was
killing me! No wonder they say that sitting is the
Keith E. Skowron
Q: What sets your fitness program apart?
A: “I don’t limit a fitness plan to what’s done in the
gym and kitchen. One of our spontaneous fitness
plans (with my 15-year-old daughter) was to walk to
the farmers’ market, get some bamboo plants, carry
them home a 1/4 mile, dig holes and plant them. It’s
important to move the way our ancestors moved.”
Q: What’s the most memorable client transformation
you’ve been a part of?
A: “Working as a team to help a semi-invalid women to
regain mobility and self-esteem. The transformation
was not just physical, it was also social and spiritual.”
Q: What’s the most challenging fitness goal you’ve
been able to achieve?
A: “My goal isn’t the usual running a marathon or
completing in an Iron Man, those things never really
appealed to me. My goal to maintain integrity in an
ever-changing and not always well-intended industry
is challenging enough. Also, remaining injury-free and
illness-free as I approach 60 years old this year.”
Q: What’s the best advice you can offer someone
looking to get fit as quickly as possible for a special
event? A: “Affirmation and visualization. The mind is the
most important piece of fitness equipment. Successful
clients are constantly sending me pictures of the arms,
the abs and the butts they would like. Give yourself 30
days of life changes…you will feel better; in 60 days,
you’ll look better; in 90 days you’ll be transformed!”
Q: Why is it so hard for folks to maintain a regular
A: “There’s a misconception some people have that
they don’t have the time. If that’s the case, then make
the time. The hours of 4 a.m. to 6 a.m. are always
available and that time of day is amazing. I never miss
a sunrise. Also, misinformation is a challenge. Educate
yourself or seek out professional help. The ability to
learn, unlearn, and relearn is very empowering.”
The KX Method
751 NE 70th St.
Miami, FL 33138