Yoga! Pilates!! Yoga!!! Pilates!!!! Yoga!!!!! Pilates!!!!!! My Daughter! My Sister! It’s all, actually, the same technique, sideways. Pick one or both!
Age of Enlightenment
People should eat more of them. They’re a good source of vitamins (A, B, C, and D) and minerals (zinc, calcium, magnesium, and iron). The protein found in oysters is strong, and the meat is easier to process than land-dwelling proteins. And then there is the sex thing.
When it comes to describing Pilates, probably neither word applies, but classic would be the nearest thing. Classical denotes reference to art and architecture (mainly) of Greek and Roman civilizations, and their modern re-creation. This give sense to terms like Classical Antiquity. Classic is a term that is descriptive of an iconic, or one-of-a-kind book,… continue reading
Our inner-selves comprise two distinct “bowls” that contain our “parts”. 1. The Thoracic Cavity. So-named, as it corresponds to the thoracic spine, and, more-to-the-point, the ribcage. Beneath the flexible, yet protective, ribs resides our heart (cardiovascular), lungs (respiratory) and trachea (digestive). The presence of bony structure as a protective device points out the importance of… continue reading
Yes, guys, the message has been clear for some time now! If you ever get bullied by a bigger fella, you get to kick the crap out of him!! (If you’re able to.) All you have to do is work-out hard for a straight year (or two) and you’ll be ready to hit the beach again…..with… continue reading