Grandmas love giving gifts and I am trying to make mine fitness. Looking toward Easter and I am giving Vegetarian cookbooks to 2 granddaughters--Rose Elliot;s Vegetarian Low-carb Diet Cookbook. . Wii Dance Party2 goes to GD who had a baby in Oct. She got Wii Zumba for Christmas. And 1 wants the Dukan diet book coming out in April on Amazon, supposedly Kate and her mom are using before Royal Wedding. It is Carb cycling I am told? I am gifting myself with a trial Zumba class to see if I can keep up.
I'm drooling over a Garmin Forerunner 210, a season's pass to Bolton Valley's amazing Nordic Center, and some new winter boots for snowshoeing. I wouldn't turn down a gift certificate for rock climbing lessons, either.
I'm giving some fit gifts too: an awesome weekly menu board and cute grocery totes for my nutritionally-minded sister, and a new running jacket and pants for my husband.
"If you don't take care of your body, where will you live?"
"It's supposed to be hard. If it wasn't hard everybody would do it. It's the hard that makes it great."
I had never given food - unless it's a gift card to a restaurant. Most of my family knows I love working out, so I will most of the time get sweats. I wish the Zumba folks would come out with new DVDs!
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