I recently traveled to Washington D.C. for fun. I love visiting D.C. and going to the Smithsonian's, still haven't been to them all. So, this trip I decided to do a Pilates move and thought the Teaser would be a good one. It's a dynamic move, even for a picture. At first it was a little embarassing getting into position, but after a few times that feeling wore off! My family even cooporated and worked the camera for me. It was fun! The Teaser is a classic Pilates move that is done on almost all of the equipment.
This past week, the family and I took our annual vacation to the beach. My in laws joined us on this trip as well. This was the first time for our newest addition, my baby daughter. My wife and I have been going the past 8 years and over the past 4, we have had kids with us. I can honetly say, this was the best trip yet! What's funny is it rained off and on the whole week so we didn't get to spend a lot of time on the actual beach persay, but it still was great. The past few weeks leading up to our trip were a bit challenging for me. I would
Posted by James Dixon @ Sunday, June 30, 2013 @ 10:40am
The first thing all of us need to remember is the fact that our bodies require fuel to operate. Much like a car if it has no fuel it will not run. Well, also like a car our bodies perform better on cleaner purer fuel. With that said could everybody eat the same food and get the same effect? The answer is no. Some people can consume wheat and process it without noticing a difference in energy. Others for example will consume wheat and find they are fatigued an hour later. The reason for this is the pure and simple fact that everybody’s bodies are different.
Posted by Bill Ross @ Sunday, June 30, 2013 @ 09:58am
See below for the full version of my summarized professional background/training -- this is the edited version of my CV//resume, but does offer information regarding the foundation from which I draw upon when training individuals or groups... VONA F DAVIS, RN, MN, PMHNP EDUCATION Oregon Health and Science University, Master of Nursing, Psychiatric-Mental
Posted by Vona Davis @ Sunday, June 30, 2013 @ 09:07am
So often, I hear clients discuss the idea of utilizing the services of an expert trainer as some type of over-the-top, un-deserved and clearly self-indulgent luxury. There is a sense of guilt, perhaps even shame regarding the idea that "needing" a trainer is indicative of some type of lack of motivation, will-power, or self-starting capacity on the part of the individual... I see nothing as being further from the truth!
Posted by Vona Davis @ Sunday, June 30, 2013 @ 08:58am
OK, everyone. The 13th of JUL is right around the corner. I am still looking for more people to participate in my Wounded Warrior run. Even if you don't run, you can walk, ride a bike, or just show up to support the cause. If you can't be there but would like to make a donation in support of our Wounded Warriors, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details. I look forward to seeing all of you there. Stay fit and stay active. Have a great day.
I'm sweating it out and toning up my legs and abs in modern dance at Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Studio. I love riding my outdoor bike even when it's hot! And I can't forget about swimming outdoors! It is exhilerating!I almost forgot about sprints on the track to tone my legs and glutes!I would love to hear from you guys! What are you into this summer?