"Ken is the developer of 'Kaerobics,' a
series of martial-arts movements that promise to arm you for combat and get your heart pumping at 60 to 90 percent of its maximum rate for 40 minutes."New Woman, November 1991, “Getting Physical”, By Cheryl Solimini.
“Ken even has devised a belt-ranking system similar to ones used
in Karate. Unlike traditional aerobics classes, beginners don’t get lost in this
Club Industry, July 1991, Fitness & Sports Medicine, Nine Ways to motivate Members to Cross-Train, by Thomas Vannah
"Ken offers programs designed carefully to ACE and AFAA certification principles. His approach grew out of his combined experiences as top-ranked Kickboxer who did his training in health clubs and various training and aerobic classes."
Fitness Management, August 1993, “Women’s boxing Workouts” By Stephen M. Jacoby, MA, MS
“You’re not just throwing your arms up and down, you have a focus. Every motion has a meaning, and every move requires concentration."
Detroit News, Monday September 6, 1993, Aerobics with a Punch, Boxing moves buff bodies and bolster defense skills, by Domenica Marchetti.
“Danny Bonaduce admits he gets a 'kick.' 'Ken's Great. I wouldn't be where I am today if it wasn't for him,' said Bonaduce."
Sunday Oakland Press, by Dorcas Graham., Radio’s Bonaduce gets kick out of teaching.
“You can’t hit a fitness machine or your boss. But pounding the
heavy bag gets rid of a lot of
Detroit News, Friday June 30th, 1995, by George Cantor
"What a concept! A Michigan kick-boxing champion has developed a unique conditioning routine consisting entirely of self-defense moves. Ken teaches you karate blocks, kicks, strikes and jabs, and puts them together into a fast and strong aerobic workout. Swift –paced sequences teach skills that could save your walled and maybe your life some day."
Men’s Fitness Magazine October 1990, “The best bet for shaping up at home” By Joan Price.
"Learn a good, mostly low-impact cardiovascular workout. If you’re
a beginning or intermediate exerciser you may experience an increase in agility, balance, coordination, and strength gains in your lower and upper body."
Shape Magazine, May 1992, “Take That” by Ken and Daniel Kosich PhD.
“Ken is the fitness industries pioneer in marital arts exercise, and the fighting Trim Workout is a first rate program.”
Victor Brick, M.ED,
Brick Bodies Fitness Services, Inc.
“I took Ken’s workshop at several conventions. Its not only one of the best workouts I have ever had, but you get a new and exciting move that can be used in step training.”
President, BenchAerobix Inc.
“The Fighting Trim Workout program offers instructors the opportunity to expand teaching skills to include innovative, challenging and beneficial new choreographic movements in fitness classes or personal training workouts.”
Daniel Kosish , Ph.D
Exerfit Lifestyle Consulting IDEA Board
“The fighting Trim Workout is a great way of staying in shape.
This unique training form should be added to everybody’s exercise
President, Sports Moves Conditioning Program
“Ken brings an exciting new dimension into the fitness arena for everyone. With principles that ca n be used in and out of the studio.”
IDEA Michigan State Representative