Hello Everyone, This is my first Blog! It will be short and sweet. I am excited to start sharing information and ideas with you. I have been teaching hip hop for over 25 years now. I have been teaching in over 30 countries, even before they even knew what Hip Hop was. I look forward to educating you on what true hip hop is and possibly help answer any of your questions relating to hip hop dance fitness.
Posted by Milo Levell @ Saturday, March 02, 2013 @ 18:44pm
Early this morning, I turned on the TV and became fascinated by an infomercial promoting Tony Horton’s 10 Minute Workout. I really like the idea of exercising in 10 minute sessions because a short workout can be both effective and doable. After doing a bit of exploring, I discovered that the basic 10 minute workout can be purchased from both Horton’s Beach Body website and Amazon.
MORNING CUP OF MOTIVATION: YOU ARE A GIFT. You are Special, valuable and designed for a reason: You are simply, a gift to the planet. Let's discover our gifts, then cultivate them. It's the gift that makes room for you.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Saturday, March 02, 2013 @ 08:56am
University of Kentucky in scenic Lexington‚ KY will be hosting a 2-day Posture CEC workshop presented by Ken Baldwin and the National Posture Institute (NPI) on July 27-28, 2013. Early Bird Discounts are available by June 27, 2013. To Register: http://www.npionline.org/workshops/uk
Having only attended IDEA World Fitness Conventions™, I figured IDEA Personal Trainer Institute™ would be a small-scaled version (minus the group fitness track, of course). Boy, was I wrong (in a good way)! The intimacy of the event allows for greater time to get to know the presenters and dive into issues that spark quality conversations with colleagues.
I cannot begin to describe how beneficial a proper amount of sleep can help you progress through your strength training program. I’ve always been one to just get by with a few hours of sleep per night even when I knew more sleep was the way to go. I was felt like I had too much to do before I went to bed or I could catch up on sleep during the weekend…wow, was I wrong.
That was the motto for my TNT Princess Half Marathon Team. I am so very proud to report that of the 13 team members, who were all first time endurance athletes....all 13 successfully crossed the finish line, with no injuries! I was more proud at that moment, than I was when I completed my first half marathon. It was remarkable to see the vast array of ages and health backgrounds that came together with one goal in mind....to raise funds for blood cancer cures, one mile at a time! Way to go girls!
As I took off for my long run last weekend, I passed a duo of ladies finishing up their run and overheard this: Lady runner #1, “Wow! I never thought I would be able to run 8 miles!”Lady runner #2, “I knew you could! Great job today!” I smiled to myself, because thoughts and conversations like this are so common among runners, beginner or experienced.